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: Halloween-isodes

by Beal There are very few (if any) holidays that are as inherently zany as Halloween. From the boatloads of candy to the low rent pranks to the costumes (oohh the costumes!), not to mention all the scary stuff, this spooky pagan holiday is ready made screwball entertainment and I for one LOVE IT. Seriously,... Continue Reading →

Top Five Friday’s: Burst into Song (Continued)

5. Monica on¬†Friends "The One Where Monica Sings" (2003) Alright so technically Monica doesn't have to sing, but I'm still keeping this on my list, for several reasons. The first being Paul Rudd as Phoebe's boyfriend, Mike, who works at the piano bar where Monica chooses to perform a little ditty. He's hilarious and as... Continue Reading →

Relative Fun Fact

by Beal Remember Angela Chase's kid sister, Danielle from My So-Called Life? How about Nicky and Alex from Full House? What do they have in common? ¬†THEY'RE FIRST COUSINS! I mean, I don't know how I didn't put two and two together. It was right there in black and white Lisa WILHOIT and Blake/Dylan Tuomy-WILHOIT.... Continue Reading →

Next Time On DVD: My So Called Life

by Beal Here at Next Time On, we believe that keeping a season/series running on DVD is as important (if not more) than having a book going at all times. You know, something to fall back on when the infomercials (that don't star Jack LeLanne) begin, or maybe to watch from your bedroom television that... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Friends (Continued…)

by Judi 5. Will (Bradley Cooper) as Sydney Bristow's best friend on Alias Granted, I just finished watching all five seasons of Alias so likely Bradley Cooper's face is fresh in mind. But still, as best friend choices go, his is a remarkable one- basically because if the mark of a best friend is staying... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Friends

by Beal No cast of would be complete with out a requisite "best friend" character. This person can come in all shapes and sizes, but they usually possess similar traits. By and large, the BFF is slightly less attractive than the main character (or in the event that they're prettier, they're much dumber), spunky, eccentric... Continue Reading →

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