Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Talk About Nothing #8: The Jacket

The Jacket, the 3rd episode of season two and the 8th episode overall, was first broadcasted on February 6, 1991 with a script by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld and direction by Tom Cherones. While shopping with Elaine, Jerry buys

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Talking Simpsons #153: And Maggie Makes Three

And Maggie Makes Three was first broadcasted on January 22, 1995 with a script by Jennifer Crittenden and direction by Swinton O Scott III, it’s the 13th episode of season six and the 116th episode overall. Homer regales the long

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RNN: Adventure Time Coming To The Big Screen

Source: Deadline Hollywood Adventure Time, one of the most popular shows on Cartoon Network, is being developed at Warner Bros. for the big screen as an animated feature. Created by Pendleton Ward at Cartoon Networks Studios, Adventure Time follows the

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The TV Weekly #141: Nicktoons: 2009 To Today

We’ve reached the last part of Nicktoons month as we take a look at what we’ve seen from Nickelodeon in the past six years. The results…sort of a mixed bag. You’ll start to notice that we’re getting into more cartoons

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Talking Simpsons #152: Homer The Great

Homer The Great is the 12th episode of season six and the 115th episode overall, first broadcasted on January 8, 1995. The episode was written by John Swartzwelder and directed by Jim Reardon. Homer discovers that Lenny and Carl are

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RNN: Robert Townsend To Remake ‘Brewster’s Millions’

Source: Deadline Hollywood The last time we checked on Brewster’s Millions, Richard Pryor and John Candy were rolling in it. That was 1985. Now Robert Townsend has signed on to direct a remake scripted by Michael William Schmidt and produced

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RNN: Craig Ferguson To Topline ABC Pilot, ‘King Of 7B’

Source: Deadline Hollywood With his Late Late Night Show stint over, Craig Ferguson is returning to acting with a starring role in ABC’s single-camera comedy pilot The King Of 7B. The ensemble project, written by Howard Franklin and directed by David Frankel, focuses

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