I've heard, listened to, and entertained the various arguments of the alternative interpretations of Ferris Bueller from Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Zach Morris from Saved by the Bell. You know the arguments I'm talking about: The ones that place them in a more sinister light, which argue the world is strictly their own personal playgrounds that the rest of us just happen to live on. Morris in particular can be argued as the mad dictator of his own little personal dimension, a place where he is … more
"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 everyday work and school lives. In Mike Judge's hands the show which could have been ruined so badly had a quiet charm with a slightly bent personality. It would have been way to easy to take a show about a Texas family and turn them into nothing but racist, beer swilling redneck stereotypes. … more
I admit that when King of the Hill first premiered in 1997 I was not a big fan. I couldn't always put my finger on why. It was not so much that the show wasn't funny or anything like, but mostly because at the time, King of the Hill came out when shows like The Simpsons and Southpark were pretty big. In short, my expectations led me away from King of the Hill. The Simpsons and especially Southpark were a bit more whacky. You also have to understand I … more
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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