Monthly Archives: April 2016

Do You Remember? #34: Shop Til’ You Drop

So, last week, we took a look at one of my childhood game show favorites, Supermarket Sweep, and here’s another one from the same time period, Shop Til’ You Drop: Shop ’til You Drop is an American game show that

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Talking Simpsons #333: Trilogy Of Error

Trilogy Of Error is the 18th episode of season 12 and the 266th overall, first broadcasted on April 29, 2001 with a script by Matt Selman and directed by Mike B. Anderson. Homer’s rush to the hospital to reattach his

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The TV Weekly #184: Why You Need To Watch The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore

Welcome to the another edition of our new segment, Why You Need To Watch… This is where we take a look at some underrated or overlooked TV shows that are more deserving of more attention than they get. With that said,

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The TV Weekly: Upfront Edition: The Next Round Of Pilot Buzz 2016

Source: Deadline Hollywood We are heading into the pilot screening stage of pilot season, an annual binge-viewing ritual that started long before binge viewing existed. Over the next week or so, the broadcast networks will hold marathon screenings of their

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TV Showcase #67: Mad Men #17: Three Sundays

Three Sundays is the 4th episode of Mad Men season two and the 17th overall, first broadcasted on August 17, 2008 with a script by Andre Jacquemetton & Maria Jacquemetton and directed by Tim Hunter. Peggy gets to know a

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The Talk About Nothing #68: The Barber

The Barber, the 8th episode of season five and the 72nd overall, was first broadcasted on November 11, 1993 with a script by Andy Robin and directed by Tom Cherones. Jerry gets tired of his old barber and tries to

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TATM Classics #115: Public Enemies & Puss In Boots

PUBLIC ENEMIES *** (2009) The film takes place in 1933 as it tells the story of John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) up to the time of his death in front of the Biograph theater after coming out of Manhattan Melody. After

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