Top Five Friday: Christmas Episodes

Ohhh The CHRISTMAS episode. Will it be heartwarming? Will it remind me of how important family and friends are? Will I learn that expensive presents and lavish parties should take a back seat to helping mankind? Or for once, will I be glad I'm not a fiasco/tragedy/calamity prone TV family whose belief in the spirit... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: Television Thanksgivings

Sure, spending Thanksgiving around a giant table with your closest friends and family and gorging yourself on unreasonable portions of dead bird, stuffing, noodles, mashed potatoes and cranberry is lovely, but wouldn't you rather celebrate such a holiday with a group of strangers? Especially when those strangers have glib conversations with one another, exchanging witty... Continue Reading →

Six Degrees Challenge: To Judi

Six Degrees: NTO Style to Camryn Manheim The Challenge: I made the connection from Kirk Cameron to Camryn Manheim in 3 Degrees. If Judi can do equal or better, she wins 10 points + 5 bonus points IF she stays within the confines of television. If YOU, the reader, can do better AND post it... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: “You Are Not My Father!” Moments (Continued)

5.  Andrew Lawrence to Joey Lawrence in Horse Sense - Disney Channel Original Movie - November 20, 1999 So fine, Andrew Lawrence doesn't actually utter "You're not my father," but the meaning is all the same AND I've been dying to mention Horse Sense since this blog's inception. In a classic diluted-rich-kid-learns-the-meaning-of-hard-work SLASH hardworking-poor-people-are-about-to-lose-the-family-ranch plot, little... Continue Reading →

Character Spotlight: Stephanie Tanner

Show: Full House (1987-1995) Character: Stephanie Tanner Actor: Jodie Sweetin How Rude!: What an unfortunate turn of events for Ms. Stephanie Tanner. She was without a doubt the most ADORABLE child actor on television in the late 1980's, and she had the dimples, the blonde ringlets and the sassy one liners to prove it! She... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV’s Worst Dressers

The Wardrobe Department of a television series has an Important Job. After all, "clothes make the man." In this case, they could very well make the character. The character's outfits provide us with an immediate impression of the person behind the clothes. Sometimes, that is a very, very, bad, seriously, oh my God, so bad... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Births

We love babies in this country. Don't believe me? Just ask Utah. Or, better yet, US Weekly. US Weekly is so in tune with our lust for babies and pregnant women and people with babies and women with babies who lost all the baby weight and baby fashion lines and baby FEUDS (it's coming, trust... Continue Reading →

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