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Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 70: Let
"Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" is one of those Star Trek episodes that everyone knows about or has seen but nobody actually likes.  It has a memorable appearance by Frank Gorshin, …
reviewed Bob's Burgers. May 12, 2013
posted in Pass The Remote!
Bob's Burgers
"You can't judge a book by it's cover" never held more true then the DVD cover for Bob's Burgers.  A wacky family runs burger shop with awkward kids with the tally complete …
reviewed Boardwalk Empire. March 15, 2012
Boardwalk Empire (2010) HBO
You bet he does.  Nucky Thompson-the treasurer from Atlantic City tells the politicians that he schmoozes with to get more favors and power that he DOES expect everything he wants.  He will …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 9:
Balance of Terror is certainly one of the best episodes of the original series.  It featured the first major action scenes with the Enterprise in space, it introduced the Romulans which would become …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 11:
Another one of those classic Trek episodes that everyone knows about-the one with the insane man who comes aboard and knows something evil is going on down below on the benevolant planet.  The head …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 12: Miri
In my years learning about Trek, this one episode always came up.  The planet that looks like Earth with all the kids who act strange.  The disease.  The title of the episode pulled from …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 5: The
This episode is a classic.  It's the infamous "Good Kirk and Evil Kirk" episode.  It's also noteworthy of bringing to light that this is where we get to see both sides of …
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 8:
Teenage adolescence is both awesome and horrifying.  You start to have sexual feelings, think about the future and enjoy those times with your friends before they leave for school and maybe even …
reviewed Penn & Teller: Bulls...!. July 15, 2011
posted in Pass The Remote!
Penn & Teller: Bulls...!
Penn and Teller have been amusing audiences for years with they're magic/comedy stage shows but being the avid fans of Henry Houdini that they are, decided to take a look at some of societies hucksters, …
reviewed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. June 27, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turltes, oh yeah.  A cult PHENOMENON in the late 80's that lasts, till pretty much now I'll be honest.  It started as an underground comic, had a mini series cartoon …
reviewed Shades Of Gray TNG. June 01, 2011
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 48: Shades Of Gray
No one likes clip shows.  Even if the clips are good, all it reminds you of why you couldn't be watching the episodes the clips came from instead of the clip show.  It's not even like …
reviewed Modern Family. April 11, 2011
posted in Modern Family Fans
Modern Family
While growing up in a pretty conservative household, I always knew one thing even pretty early on that no one family is the same.  Circumstances arise that almost guarantee that the "Leave it …
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 79:
If there was a neglected character on TNG, most people would say it's Troi, but oh no, it's Crusher.  The Enterprise D's lovely auburn haired doctor didn't get many episodes devoted …
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 28: Where
Very few people will defend the second season of TNG as a masterpiece but many will argue that the series did at least get a footing here.  Much like the first season there were good episodes and …
reviewed Cheers (TV show). November 08, 2010
Cheers early cast photo
Cheers.  What needs to be said?  It's one of the greatest shows ever made.       Part "work-com" and growing more into a traditional "sitcom" …
reviewed Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi. October 26, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi
The first Ai Yori Aoshi was a cute, sometimes romantic often contrived little show about a young man meeting his arranged wife and seeing each other as much as they can under hard circumstances.  …
reviewed Excel Saga. October 14, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Excel Saga
You have no idea what you are in for.  You can hide yourself away in the den with an MP 38 and razor wire surrounding your couch, you can have the latest update of a security program and masking …
reviewed Mahoromatic Summer Special. October 13, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Mahoromatic Summer Special
Both of the Mahoromatic series had they're touches of humor, naughty goings on, comical antics and sliding scale of comedy to drama not only as episodes progressed but as the series progressed.  …
reviewed Trigun. October 12, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
It's a dystopic future.  The world is dusty and dry.  Pieces of a strange technology litter the landscape and criminals, human, mutant or cyborg wander the landscape.  Some people …
reviewed Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful. October 12, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful
The original Mahoromatic is one of those juvenile guilty pleasures that I and my friends loved.  There was comedy, dirty humor, action, robots and sci fi elements to it.  When I saw this new …
Star Trek
The effects are awful.      The acting was at times like a plate of nachos ranging from too corny to real cheesy.      The guy with the ears freaked the suits …
reviewed MXC. June 23, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
Such a great idea for a show. Like all great ideas it's also simple too. Take a forgein TV show, completely redub the lines into something hilarious and make the shows format and change it enough …
reviewed Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden. May 01, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden
How can anime get away with such strange ideas?  If I told you a live action show was a lighthearted romp with scantilly clad women, aliens and robots, comedy and then followed it up at the end with …
reviewed Pawn Stars. March 12, 2010
Pawn Stars
I'm getting a little hooked to the History Channel right now for it's entertaining drama shows.  First it was Lock N' Load and now Pawn Stars.      Pawn Stars is a …
reviewed South Park. January 19, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
South Park
One day at work I asked a fellow coworker and avid anime fan what she thought of South Park and she told me she thought it was evil.  Evil?!  I pressed her and asked another question:  …
reviewed The Three Stooges. January 08, 2010
The Three Stooges
What could be simpler?  Three dopey guys who manage to bungle up anything the get they're hands on and end up hurting themsleves either on purpose or accident and others in the process.   …
reviewed Family Guy Presents Blue Harvest. December 28, 2009
Blue Harvest Family Guy
THEN they filled it with offensive religous material, political propaganda, tasteless jokes, bad jokes, unfunny jokes, long padded out scenes that don't end and pop culture remarks and references …
reviewed King of the Hill. December 04, 2009
King of the Hill
"Thanks dad."      Hank Hill would also get a thank you from me for being the part of a truly original, offbeat and slightly eccentric little show about a Texas clan's …
reviewed Lock N' Load With R. Lee Ermey. December 03, 2009
Lock N' Load With R. Lee Ermey
Everyones favorite Marine, "The Gunny" Lee Ermey had a hit with his long running show Mail Call which he took questions about military history from viewers emails and answered them.  …
reviewed Bottom (TV show). November 02, 2009
Bottom (TV show)
I'm not an elitest snob but I won't ignore what I know myself.  TV has gotten pretty lame lately and is showing little sign of getting better. Sitcoms that are touted by everybody as being funny …
reviewed The Young Ones (TV show). November 02, 2009
Young Ones
With all of the BORING shows on TV which could almost be bad clones of each other in terms of jokes, writing and taste of humor, wouldn't it be great if we actually saw something different for once? Thank …
reviewed Star Trek: Voyager. October 29, 2009
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Voyager picks up the space exploration threads left over by The Next Generation and was the flagship show to launch the UPN network.  To say at the time both were underwhelming …
Star Trek: The Next Generation
The second live action Star Trek shows was undeniably a show that some people really had to warm up to when it first came on.  The cast was a little offbeat, the episodes were largly retreads of …
reviewed Family Guy. October 27, 2009
Lois, Stewie, Peter, Brian, Meg, Chris & Brian
20 minutes of pure self indulgance and cutting material as sharp as a butter knife.  Thats the best way I can sum Family Guy up.  This show ever since it returned to TV a few years ago has become …
reviewed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. October 03, 2009
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
When I first heard that Star Trek Deep Space Nine would be a spin off of the beloved Next Generation show, I thought it would be something light originally but after seeing a few episodes I quickly learned …
reviewed The Job. October 03, 2009
The Job
Denis Leary is a great comedian and not a bad actor and when I heard he had a great cop/comedy show on TV years back I was excited.  Just as I started watching it, it folded up right in …
reviewed Reno 911!. September 11, 2009
Reno 911!
We've all seen the show COPS where a documentary crew follows police men around on their duties of arresting perps and keeping the peace?  Well Reno 911! takes that idea solely to the city of Reno …
reviewed Nerima Daikon Brothers. August 30, 2009
posted in ASIANatomy
Nerima Daikon Brothers
You know why I love anime sometimes?  The medium can really take some offbeat or wacky ideas and make the material feel legitamate sometimes.  While this particular premise could play out in …
reviewed Drawn Together. August 29, 2009
Drawn Together
I hate reality shows.      I love Drawn Together.      I hate that it got cancelled.      I love that a Drawn Together movie is being made …
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