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Who said you can't coin your own term? What is "Boning the Fish"? It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite TV Show, Celebrity, Movie Series or Music Group has reached its peak. That instant you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it a climax of sorts. We call it "Boning the fish". From that moment on things will simply never be the same.

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America's Funniest Home Videos - TV Shows
If your Grandma gets hit on the head with a baseball and falls off the roof of the house, NORMALLY it's tragic and horrible. But if your Grandma gets hit on the head with a baseball -BOINK!- and then falls off the roof of the house -ZWEEEEE! BOINK! BOING! PLOP!- while Bob Saget says "Grandma's lousy at baseball. Have a nice trip, see ya next fall!" it's supposed to suddenly be funny. At least that's the premise on this show. (And by the way, WHY was Grandma on the roof in the first place? And why were you filming it? And who threw a baseball at your Grandma? And why do you want other people to laugh at your Grandma getting hit?) -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:41 pm

America's Funniest Home Videos - TV Shows
A really large percentage of the videos seem to be obviously staged "accidents." Always ask yourself: why would someone just randomly happen to be taping this scene? Also, the horrible narration was even less tolerable than Bob Saget. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:39 pm

JumptheShark.com - Websites
Hey guys, I've started posting some of the original JTS comments on here (it's under this account btw). Sorry it took so long but I had been really tied up with work and all. I am going to keep posting them as often as I can, for those of you who would like to see them. From now on, my comments will be from the original JTS site, unless I specify otherwise. Be sure to check them out when you get the chance. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:31 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
Everyone on here had a sister that they hated. It was getting ridiculous. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:26 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
In my opinion, Golden Palace doesn't count as Jumping the Shark since it was a spinoff and GG was over by then. I did find the flashbacks to be a bit much eventually though. Like dude, how many flashback episodes can you possibly have in 7 years. It seems like every time I turn to Hallmark they are gathered at the table, opening up a pink box and the screen starts to get wavy and everyone's flashing back to episodes from last season. A flashback episode is OK every now and then but NOBODY has flashbacks about stuff THAT often, idc how old you are. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:22 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
I've always found Bea Arthur magnificently funny, but the one thing I disliked is how she still put up with Stan so much. I kept thinking, doesn't she have some Sicilian relatives who could, you know, make him "go away"? I'm pretty sure Sophia could've hooked her up. Then, after the murder, they could all sit around the kitchen table in their silky pajama sets and robes and eat cheesecake and reminisce about their earlier adventures ad nauseum. "Miami is nice/so I'll say it thrice..." -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:18 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
Like many others, I love the show dearly but I admit that these things made me go "wtf"...the fact they get along like peas in a pod from the onset and Blanche doesn't seem to mind these strangers moving into her home; and why was Rose even holding Mr. Peepers in a grocery store in the first show? Kind of unlikely, unless she's a seeing-eye cat. Sophia just shows up from Shady Pines unannounced (good thing they had that fourth bedroom!) LOL! But the most boring episode goes to: Empty Nest, that episode at the next-door neighbors' house. Who gave a damn about the random doctor, his bored wife and their marital problems?? -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:13 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
Big Daddy was played by two different guys (one of whom which my mother said strongly resembled Colonel Sanders) but all that aside, Miles originally played a guy named Arnie, then not long after he returned as a guy named "Miles". And later in the series, we find out he was in the Witness Protection Program and lied about his overall identity (but still never was Arnie). Not necessarily an ultimate shark jumper but a bad continuity error nonetheless. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 7:06 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
he first 2-3 seasons of the show rank with the best comedies ever made. The acting and writing is so clever and funny. The best way to identify the funniest episodes is by Bea's hairstyle: the episodes with the shorter haircut are the earliest. The show began its jump when Sophia began getting too smart. Her character should have remained more stoic with the hint of senility. Think of how much funnier she was when, in the first episode, she declares, "The man is a scuzball!" She remains fairly expressionless while Dorothy throws up her arms in disgust. This was high comedy. The show definitely made the jump when the characters became extreme, due mostly to lazy writing: Rose becomes ridiculously dumb, Dorothy painfully desperate and mean, Blanche an all out slut: remember the first season when Blanche and Dorothy are fighting over Dorothy's boyfriend having made a pass at Blanche? Dorothy calls Blanche a slut and she is terribly offended. After the show jumps, Blanche looks prouder after she is referred to as a slut every half hour. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 6:54 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
In the episode where the cast parodies Gilligan's Island, Laurie Metcalf played Gilligan himself and sadly was stuck in that role for the duration of the series. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 6:35 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
The last episode should have been when Jackie and Fred got married in 1994. After that, the show declined into too many fantasy episodes and watered down plots. In the last episode, Roseanne seemed to be trying to get even with her critics in Hollywood, but ended up only slapping her fans in the face. What had once been a very funny story about the most realistic TV family to date turned out to be only a novel of the Roseanne Connor character. The fans who made Roseanne wealthy were cheated by this ending. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:26 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
Ok WTF was with Tiny Tim playing Tiptoe thru the Tulips with David on the couch, and then Dan came out and smashed the hell out of it. It jumped big ass time then. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:25 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
Roseanne was a brilliant show - as good as sitcoms can get. There are dozens of episodes which are written and acted flawlessly. Just amazing craft. But around not long after Jackie married Fred the show hit the wall. A sudden shift of producers and writers -- not to mention Roseanne's break-up with Tom Arnold -- ended the magic. The seventh season was not as funny or polished as the previous ones. Then, the eighth season was astonishingly unfunny. And the ninth season was such a shift in tone and a betrayal of direction that it was like watching a train wreck. When I watch the reruns these days on TV Land or WE I stop after Jackie gets married. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:23 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
JUMP the shark??? More like Pole Vaulted the shark....especially "which Becky will it be this week", winning the damn lottery, Jackie goes from smart and cute to retarded and goofy, boring Fred, everyone's suddenly gay etc. Basically it JTS when Roseanne started getting her way with the show. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:19 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
OK, not to be homophobic, BUT......First Leon is gay, ok, his character was pretty funny. Then Nancy switches teams and OK...those 2 situations made for some funny lines, but the ultimate jump was when Bev came out. Suddenly she goes from frumpy, conservative, biased house-wife to swinging, beautiful, gorgeous girlfriend, has this great social life, lesbian. And don't get me started on the episode where Bev and her lover invite Leon and Scott over to dinner and they all start dancing like Rockettes. The ultimate jump. That whole last season was a waste, what a shame from a once brilliant show. Oh yeah, turns out in the end, Bev is straight and Jackie the guy-chaser was really gay. OK...........whatever!!!!!!!!!!! -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:18 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
That episode where they are having a block party or something with all the neighbors out in the street and Mrs. Cosby launches into some Porgy & Bess musical thing. OH MY GOD! That was one of the most ridiculous scenes in the history of television. Even the extras had that "What the hell is this?" look on their face. That was in the last season, a night when the shark must have been getting the blood lust going real strong. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:11 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
There was once a really lame episode that just came up short. I mean it literally ended with ten minutes left to go! Suddenly, the whole family is mesmerized by Dr. Martin Luther King giving his "I have been to the mountain top" speech on the T.V. Of course, we never see footage of the speech, just the teary-eyed, slack-jawed close-ups of the cast. No further dialogue, nothing. Boy, did that suck! -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:09 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
Only one poster mentioned Olivia's dancing in the opening credits...but they neglected to mention what was so terribly sickening about it. She was dancing the Vogue! The Vogue! That was not cool! Olivia's presence's potential as shark-jumper was tragically affirmed by the Vogue! VOGUE VOGUE VOGUE! VOGUE IS BAD! NO VOGUE! -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:06 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
The Cosby Show jumped when the Cosby Show turned into the Cousin Pam Show. The last 2 seasons are practically devoted exclusively to Cousin Pam. And why should we care about Cousin Pam? She just shows up out of nowhere with some unbelievable story about how her mother had to leave to care for a relative. Why wouldn't Cousin Pam go with her? Then after just showing up, we're all supposed to be so fascinated with her ghetto-like lifestyle and friends. If Cosby wanted to do a show like this, he should have just produced one on its own (a la Different World). The Cousin Pam story as an extension of the Cosby Show just didn't mesh well. We all tuned into the Cosby Show to see the Huxtables, and the last two seasons, it's almost as if the entire Huxtable family becomes an afterthought! Cousin Pam and Olivia aren't true Huxtables. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:04 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
The Cosby Show jumped when I could no longer figure out who was living in the Huxtable house anymore. There were only 3 people that lived there consistently throughout the series: Cliff, Claire and Rudy. The last 3 seasons portrayed the Huxtable house as a literal revolving door with Martin, Denise, Olivia, Theo, Vanessa, Cousin Pam, Sondra, Elvin, Winnie and Nelson (am I forgetting anybody?) all coming and going incessantly. How many bedrooms was this house supposed to have anyway??? No wonder Rudy seemed so pissed all the time!! If I had to share my bedroom with Olivia for any length of time, I'd hang myself! -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:03 pm

Cosby Show, The - TV Shows
As I was previously requested to do, I am going to post some of the comments from the original JTS site. From now on, I will use my account for this purpose so any future comments I make will be from the JTS site (unless I specify otherwise). Here is one below, and I am going to continue to post them since I still have access to them. Here we go people :) I think "Jammin' On The One" threw the entire country for a loop. I don't even think Stevie Wonder knew what the hell Theo was talking about. Maybe if he just hadn't repeated the phrase incessantly, things would've turned out okay. -- Submitted By: (Icemouth) on August 15, 2014, 4:01 pm

Robin Williams - Celebrities
Robin Williams committed suicide after losing his battle with depression. Despite everything, he was still a funny guy and didn't deserve to die. Depression really is a deadly illness. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on August 12, 2014, 4:30 pm

Robin Williams - Celebrities
Sad, a man who brought joy, smiles and laughter to others couldn't find it for himself. If the reports are true, suicide is never the option. Nonetheless, rest in peace. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on August 12, 2014, 8:19 am

Full House - TV Shows
Someone (SSM, to be exact) mentioned a visit to the show by Steve Urkel (Jaleel White) of "Family Ties." That must have been like a member of Mensa stopping by for this group. Oh, have I mentioned that "Full House" was the worst show in television history and that I hated it with every fiber of my being? It was and I did. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on August 8, 2014, 10:11 pm

One Day at a Time - TV Shows
I think bringing on Howard Hesseman (late of "W-KRAP In Cincinnati") as Anne's love interest boned this shark. Never liked his Johnny Moonbeam character or him as an actor (remember "Head Of the Class"?), he added absolutely nothing to the series, so this was simply the kiss of death to an already terminal show. I do admit, however, that during the show's second season, I had a huge crush on Valerie Bertinelli (I KNEW I should have earned to play guitar!). -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on August 15, 2014, 6:23 am

Office, The - TV Shows
Although the show hung on for at least a half season after Steve Carell left, with the two very funny "search Committee" episodes, it soon began to go down hill fast. With the emphasis more and more on Jim, Dwight and the insufferable Pam, as well as idiotic new characters (the fat guy with glasses and the supposed "stud" that Erin eventually falls for) led to a vapid and witless finale that endeared no one (Kelly abandoning a baby, Jim not taking a great job to be Dwight's flunky, Michael coming back with KIDS, Toby being humiliated - again) to the audience. Carell's character was shallow and moronic, but at least he was funny. Cannot say that aboutwhat he left behind - for the most part. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on August 8, 2014, 9:00 pm

F.B.I., The - TV Shows
It was amazing how the bad guys would have machines and all kinds of sophisticated weapons, but Erskine and his agents would always take them down with .38 revolvers. "The FBI, in color!" -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on August 8, 2014, 8:35 pm

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
It boned the fish once Zack finally got Kelly. It was too hard to believe that Zack Morris, after fighting it out with Slater for one semester, could get Kelly in the snap of a finger. The show wasn't fun anymore once he got her. SBTB put the skin back on the fish once Kelly hooked up with Jeff. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on August 5, 2014, 1:39 pm

Family Matters - TV Shows
Ricky S. had to wear a female's wig too for Silver Spoons. The early dream sequences, Christmas specials, and Urkelbot were even alright. Hey,the writers had to prove Urkel had his smarts. I cannot the later stuff from like 1993 onward. That's when it boned for me. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on August 5, 2014, 1:35 pm

Family Matters - TV Shows
I know people who recorded the show and said it was better than Full House. They were right, then again, Full House is a smudge better than Barney and Friends. Here is where the show went wrong... I could tolerate the Urkel Dance, a rip-off of Princessa and The Bingo Boys Show Me How to Dance single. The first appearance of Jaleel dressed in drag as Myrtle was not so bad. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on August 5, 2014, 1:34 pm

Family Matters - TV Shows
Initially, this show was in line with most late 80s sitcoms. Instead of Roseanne, you had Harriet Winslow, a hard working elevator operator living in the mean streets of Chi Town. They, like the Bundys, were far from having the status the Huxtables had. Then, out of nowhere, a young man by the name of Steven Q. Urkel claimed he wanted to take Laura Winslow to the School dance and history was made. At first, Laura and Eddie were like most sitcom daughters and sons, but Laura went from being the smarter younger sister to being a tigeress. Without Urkel, though, she would have been invisible for the rest of the first season. People only tuned in from '90-'91 to see if Urkel would finally get his Laura. Needless to say, Urkel owned the very early 1990's -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on August 5, 2014, 1:30 pm

Family Matters - TV Shows
It jumped in the episode, The Way the Ball Bounces, when Urkel fills in for Laura Winslow and kisses Carl on the cheek or hugs him. I don't quite remember all of the details. It was too much for a child's show. -- Submitted By: (tvwatcher7) on August 5, 2014, 1:29 pm

Three's Company - TV Shows
Three's Company never was, isn't, and never should be considered a source of highbrow humor. The show was obviously far more inclined toward slapstick humor and double-entendre, and for the most part, it worked quite well. However, the episodes with Jenilee Harrison pushed the slapstick angle so hard it just became ludicrous. Cindy's klutziness got real old REAL fast. For that reason, to cite "Chrissy leaves" as the BTF point is a fair statement as far as it goes. To really be fair, though, you'd have to say that while the show boned when Chrissy left, it de-boned when Terri arrived and Cindy started being phased out. Once Terri's character was established and Cindy was gone, it seemed like the show had found its way again. Also, as ParkerTillman alluded, it certainly didn't hurt that Priscilla Barnes was far hotter than Somers or Harrison! -- Submitted By: (Mythigator) on August 5, 2014, 12:20 am

Frasier - TV Shows
The early episodes were great, before Daphne went bonkers and Niles was still trying to deal with his unrequited love for her. Very funny writing and I agree, Frasier was a horrible person and was just waiting for the episode when Eddie pushed him out the window of the big fancy apartment of his! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:59 pm

Nurse Jackie - TV Shows
Good show. I don't know why but I love the character of Jackie, even though she cheated on her AWESOME husband, pretty much threw away her kids, steals, lies, cheats, and does anything she has to do to get her drugs. I know it sounds horrible but it really is a good show, very funny sometimes and heart breaking the next. Season before last she bonded with a teen age boy in rehab and it looked like they were helping each other stay sober, then the boy OD'd and died and Jackie went back to using. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:54 pm

Flipper - TV Shows
God what a weird show. You had a pair of teenage boys who apparently didn't own any clothes but had plenty of expensive scuba gear, a really handsome park ranger dad who didn't really seem interested in all of the women constantly throwing themselves at him, and a big grey aquatic mammal, played by Flipper, who had several IQ points more than the rest of the cast put together! Typical plot: one of the boys would do something incredibly stupid and get trapped underwater, the other boy and the dad would immediately go off in the wrong direction looking for him, and Flipper would save the day! The only other TV animal this smart was Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, who fly helicopters. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:42 pm

All Creatures Great and Small - TV Shows
I thought this show was stuffy until Tristan showed up! What a big lovable goof! It was heart warming all the way through and showed how much people expected out of vets in those days! Even if they knew they would never be paid, they never turned down an animal in need of their care. I was delighted when I found out James Heriot was a real person and the TV show was based on his writings. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:34 pm

Grounded for Life - TV Shows
I don't know what was weirder, the show or the backstage shenanigans. Jake Burbage, who played the youngest boy, Henry, had a stage mother from hell. She constantly attacked the producers and writers for not making her son the breakout star which she was convinced was his destiny. The more she complained, the more they cut Henry's parts until they totally wrote him out of the entire final season! No explanation, just no Henry. It was like he never existed. Weird way to go with that instead of killing him off (sorta heavy to kill a child in a sit-com) or replacing him with another actor. Aside form that the show was actually pretty good, the clueless boy next door Brad (Bret Harrison) and Lily, the flaming red-hot sex kitten daughter were hysterical together. Donal Logue and Megan Pryce were good, too. Very believable modern day Irish Catholic couple in over their heads. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:23 pm

Deadwood - TV Shows
Awesome show and awesome cast! Ian McShane and Timothy Oliphant were incredible as foes. A lot of people were freaked out by the language but the show was set in the Old West and the town was populated by drunks, thieves, murderers, and whores! It was a treat to see what a town like Deadwood actually looked and sounded like back in the 1800s. It wasn't squeaky clean, people, it was dirty and nasty. I get a kick out if seeing an old western TV show and the bad guys say things like lily-livered varmint, and gosh danggit! It could be really sad, too, like when the Marshall's adopted son was killed in the street. Didn't see that one coming! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 4:03 pm

Whitest Kids U' Know, The - TV Shows
Ok, this is seriously funny stuff! My favorite skit was when these bored young dudes were hanging out around the office break room and one of them said something lame and another one started the, ummm self-pleasuring pantomime gesture, which his friends all found hysterical but he kept doing it, and doing it until finally he "finished." The other guys were horrified and said, "Dude! Don't finish, god! That's gross!" I laughed myself sick. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 3:50 pm

Family Guy - TV Shows
Dear Seth McFalane, please retire and take Peter with you. On the way, drop Brian off at the pound, deliver Stewie to the hospital for criminally insane children, abandon Meg at the bus station, and push Chris off a bridge. You can let Lois have the house, maybe she will find a decent family to live in it. Oh, and please burn every last copy of every Conway Twitty song ever recorded. Seriously, this show was funny a long, long, long time ago but it has jumped the bone so many times I don't know where to start. How about with Stewie? Is he gay or straight? Please figure it out and get back to us. One episode he's hittin' on all the boys, the next he's hittin' on all the girls. And why the hell does a baby have a sexual identity crisis anyway? I really love my big flat screen but I came close to putting an axe through it when you introduced Vinny. My god man, have you no shame? And please, no more musical production numbers, ever! I saw an interview and you said you were proud that you had every 15-year old boy in the country dancing and singing Shipoopi. You really are deluded. Or evil. I haven't decided which. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 3:29 pm

Leave It To Beaver - TV Shows
This actually passed for good TV back in the day? Wow. Unrealistic, sappy, dopey, very white and this town they lived in, Mayfield, was it in the Twilight Zone? Where are all the ethnic people? Where are the poor people? The old man was always reading the paper and watching the news but everything was all Skittles and Care Bears! Where was the Cold War? The McCarthy Hearings? Race riots? It's not natural for brothers to get along like Wally and the Beav. I grew up in the same room as my older brother and not a week went by that we weren't trying to kill each other! We would occasionally have fun but our main pastime was plotting each other's murder. Now that's a realistic pair of brothers! Aside from the unreality of the show, the writing was awful. Who cares if a 6-year old makes friends with a fireman? I really don't understand those people who claim this is the best TV had to offer back in the Not So Golden Age of TV! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 3:06 pm

Star Trek: The Animated Series - TV Shows
Insanely good show! I never knew it existed until one of the cable channels started showing the episodes. I thought, "Star Trek cartoons? Seriously?" I watched an episode and was blown away because they introduced the K'Zin, a race of intelligent cats created by the most awesomest sci-fi writer ever, Larry Niven! I thought maybe they were just ripping him off but sure enough there he was in the credits, written by Larry Niven! Turns out he was a regular writer for the show, amazing! They did several of his most famous stories, like The Slaver Weapon. After that I was hooked and almost cried when I had seen all of the episodes. I feel sorry for kids today not having a truly intelligent animated show to call their own! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 2:37 pm

Star Trek TNG - TV Shows
The first season was a lot more gritty and I LOVED it when Riker called out Picard for doing something stupid. "Number One, take the com, I'm going to the surface." "No, Captain. I can't allow that, it is my job to protect you, this mission is far to dangerous." Then Picard would pout and go drink Earl Grey, hot while Riker got all the glory! Wesley was OK as a kid but when they started giving him real jobs and listening to his advice, TNG totally boned! Best line ever was from Guinan to Wesley when he spouted off about her personal business. "You're just a kid!" Nice way to tell him to STFU and go play with his dolls. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on August 4, 2014, 2:28 pm

Alcatraz - TV Shows
Was disappointed that the show wasn't coming back for a second season, I thoroughly enjoyed the first season! -- Submitted By: (dougiejr61) on August 4, 2014, 1:44 pm

Fringe - TV Shows
The seismic shift that the show had into Season 5 is what did it for me. Some of the format was the same, but I personally found the time change disappointing. -- Submitted By: (dougiejr61) on August 4, 2014, 1:42 pm

Burns and Allen Show, The - TV Shows
Absolutely one of the best television shows of all time. It is criminal that the show is largely unknown today, and it deserves a complete, remastered DVD release. I've shown episodes to elementary and middle school students and they fall instantly in love with Gracie. They even overcome their fear of black and white! -- Submitted By: (fshepinc) on August 4, 2014, 11:47 am

Tony Randall Show, The - TV Shows
One of the few 70s sitcoms that holds up -I just watched the entire series and most of the episodes were laugh-out-loud funny (and not just for the clothes). The cast was superb, and the writing consistently excellent. It deserves a commercial DVD release! -- Submitted By: (fshepinc) on August 4, 2014, 11:26 am

Air America Radio - Random Topics
Air America failed for the reason liberal talk media will always fail. One becomes liberal thru education and life experience, liberals aren't ignorant sheep who need their talking points fed to them by shills like Rush Limbaugh. Notice how there are way more liberals than conservatives in America yet liberal talk fails because they don't have that stupidity and insecurity and need for an echo chamber conservatives have. -- Submitted By: (loverocket) on August 4, 2014, 2:53 am

Dinosaucers - TV Shows
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Freaks and Geeks - TV Shows
One of the many reasons NBC is in the shit hole it is in now. Here is a great show, and they didn't know what to do with it. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on August 3, 2014, 6:16 am

Barry Bonds - Celebrities
Also remember with Ruth. He was primarily a pitcher until 1918 or so, and he played his baseball at first at Fenway Park, which, even for the time, was not a park you'd be expecting a lot of home runs in. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on August 3, 2014, 6:14 am

CNN - Random Topics
The difference between Fox News and CNN, other than their spot on the political spectrum, is that CNN for the most part, doesn't "pride" itself in being "Fair and Balanced". That's the only thing good I can say about CNN. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on August 3, 2014, 6:09 am

Blaze, The - Websites
Don't know how a site built for Glenn Beck's brainwashed lemmings could be anything but horrible. Pretty much a propaganda site respected by no one except Beck's racist conspiracy theorist worshippers. -- Submitted By: (loverocket) on August 2, 2014, 12:02 am

Robonic Stooges, The - TV Shows
I remember seeing this cartoon back when it originally aired, and even back then I thought it was stupid. Anyone who's seen any of the REAL Stooges' work will realize in a heartbeat that this cartoon is crap. @elainewood: Actually, in the 1970s, it would have more likely been pot (or acid) than coke, but your point is well taken all the same. -- Submitted By: (Mythigator) on August 1, 2014, 10:48 pm

Growing Pains - TV Shows
@martymarty: Boner's real name was Vincent Stabone. I don't think they ever said when or how he got the nickname, but I had the impression it was well-established by the time he was in high school. We could therefore conjecture that he got the nickname in junior high. Considering the typical mentality of junior-high kids in the 1980s -- and I oughtta know, I was one of 'em -- "Stabone" to "Boner" wasn't just possible, it was INEVITABLE! -- Submitted By: (Mythigator) on August 1, 2014, 10:43 pm

Pawn Stars - TV Shows
It seems Big Hoss is taking over the show. This season he is doing most of the negotiating and Rick only shows up to do a quick deal every now and then. Too bad, because "Big Hoss" Cory Harrison is the most unlikable, disagreeable, and obnoxious person on TV. Don't the producers notice people generally hate him? They have also made Chum into a cartoon character buffoon and the Old Man into a ghost with a token 10 seconds of air time per episode. Please! Either cancel this thing or bring Rick back as the Main Man! Rick totally rocks! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 28, 2014, 9:37 am

Northern Exposure - TV Shows
Best things about this show: The moose in the opening credits, Ed, the weirdo Native American boy, Maurice Minnifield, the eccentric ex-astronaut, Chris in the Morning (the town's DJ), Marilyn, the Native American nurse at the clinic, John Cullum as the awesome Holling (town barkeep with a very mysterious past). Wonderful cast and great writing! The worst thing about this show: Rob Morrow as the whiny emo-brat boy doctor Joel! I kept hoping he would get eaten by a bear! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 28, 2014, 9:26 am

Munsters Today, The - TV Shows
OMG! I did not that this show even existed. I eagerly watched an episode on HULU because of the cast, Lee Meriwether as Lily and Jason Marsden who played Eddie. I turned off the first episode after a few minutes, it was THAT bad, and skipped ahead several episodes. It was even worse. How this thing stayed on the air for 72 episodes is a real mystery. The guy who played Herman was so miscast it was pathetic and although Lee Meriwether has done some pretty good work, her Lily was horrible. The only decent acting came from Jason Marsden. His Eddie was funny and clever but they never gave him enough to do. Whenever he did something interesting, it was "go outside and play, Eddie!" And that would be the last you saw him in that episode. I think his average screen time was under two minutes per episode, sometimes he only got 30 seconds. As soon as The Munsters Today was cancelled, Jason went on to play the mystery teen, Dash X in Eerie, Indiana. A phenomenal role that really let him stretch out as an actor. Sadly, that show only had 19 episodes while The Munsters Today today went on for 72! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 28, 2014, 9:16 am

Boy Meets World - TV Shows
This show was clever and funny for about 2 seasons, after that it was awful and should have been taken off the air. The relationship between Cory and Shawn was the heart and soul of the show. Shawn had a very rough impoverished family life but remained a sweet kid. Cory didn't treat him differently because of it but ached inside for all of Shawn's pain. Then came Topanga, perhaps the most annoying girl on the planet. She was completely jealous of Shawn and was always trying to get Cory to stay away from him. It was at this point the show totally boned. It was no longer sweet, or funny for that matter, just a mindless sit-com with "girls are smarter than boys" plot devices. Mr. Feeny was a stalker and would have been arrested in real life. I mean even during the first season when Cory was 12, Feeny would show up at his house to bring him his homework and "check up on him." Creepy. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 28, 2014, 8:43 am

GIANTMicrobes - Random Topics
The only time horrible diseases become cute and cuddly. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on July 27, 2014, 7:15 pm

Growing Pains - TV Shows
Ok, this was one weird show! One of the main characters was a boy named Boner! Hmmm. Can't imagine why a teenage boy would get a nickname of Boner! If that wasn't weird enuff, I saw an episode where Kirk Cameron puts his 11 year old brother over his knee wearing just a pair of tightey whiteys and spanks him. The brother thinks it's funny as hell and laughs hysterically, obviously enjoying it and the parents walk in and say "We don't even want to know what is going on." Weird. I have a hard time deciding who the biggest douchebag was, Alan Thicke or Kirk Cameron. Wait a minute, it's Kirk Cameron, errr I mean Bible Man! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 25, 2014, 10:23 am

Rifleman, The - TV Shows
I know I'll catch hell for this but here goes. This is a terrible, awful, sick show! I watched several episodes on MeTV just to be sure, and yep, it is very bad. Here's a typical episode: Pa McCain (Chuck Connors)has a bonding moment with his cute little boy (Johnny Crawford). A bad guy shows up and Pa shoots him 632 times at point blank range in front of his son with that Winchester repeating rifle of his and everyone smiles and says what a great man Pa is and he and the kid hug and ride off into the sunset. So, he is teaching his son to murder his way out of a hard situation. Some of the "bad guys" Pa blew away were NOT all that bad, some of them just pissed him off. The acting is terrible, especially Chuck Connors, my god he is wooden as hell. I know this was made about a hundred years ago but really, it sucks. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 25, 2014, 10:12 am

Freaks and Geeks - TV Shows
Wow, just wow! I heard some talk that F&G was a pretty good show but wow, it is awesome! A friend and me watched the entire series (sadly not that many episodes)and we were both blown away! The main girl character was incredible, I wonder whatever happened to her? And the two sets of boys, the older freaks played by James Franco and Seth Rogan and the younger geeks, played by John Francis Dailey (Sweets on Bones) and his buddies, they were just amazing! I actually cried a couple of times, once when the geekiest geek boy, Haverchuk, almost died because of a stupid prank, and once when Lindsay runs over a kid's dog when she was high, I felt so awful for her. Incredible show, a must, must, must watch! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 25, 2014, 10:03 am

Robonic Stooges, The - TV Shows
Even non-Stooge fans would have to cringe when they see this garbage, part of the last shred of money Moe Howard's son-in-law, Norman Maurer, could squeeze out of the dead trio. Excruciating when first aired, simply laughable when viewed today. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 23, 2014, 2:36 pm

Maude (TV series) - TV Shows
The signature episode of this entire bland series was when 50-year old Maude decides to get an abortion. I saw it merely as a bone tossed to the show's liberal base and not some ground-moving moment in American pop culture. How far we've come since those days to Madonna's "Papa Don't Preach" and Murphy Brown keeping her baby (sans daddy). -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 23, 2014, 2:20 pm

To Catch A Predator - TV Shows
"South Park" did a parody of this show where the host lures people to a house and then keeps telling them to "take a seat." When Conan O'Brien hosted the Emmys a few years ago, he was transported into various TV shows, including this one. -- Submitted By: () on July 23, 2014, 1:34 pm

Three's Company - TV Shows
Having saw the original pilot episode when it aired back in 1977, I voted "Day 1" and am proud of it. Never got into this show (despite the fact that my wife loves it; she also likes "Full House," too, so go figure). No one could act their way out of a wet paper bag, the jokes (or mostly double entendres) weren't even funny in the '70s and the supporting cast (Larry, the Ropers, Furley) were miserable. "Come and knock on my door"? I don't think so. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 23, 2014, 11:54 am

Three Stooges, The - TV Shows
When Curly had his first stroke in 1946 (brought on no doubt by a terrible lifestyle and alcohol), you could notice the diminished quality of not only his performance, but of the shorts as well. Shemp took over shortly thereafter and the films were just not as funny (with a few notable exceptions). There were also a lot of remakes with Shemp just filling in the Curly roles. And although I voted "Never Boned," in reality, Shemp's death was the end of the shorts franchise. Joe Besser (who had appeared in other programs, including the "Abbott and Costello Show") evidently had a contract that stated he could not be abused like the others before him. That's why he would lisp, "Not so hard!" and hit back whenever Moe was ready to crack him (in the "Three Stooges Encyclopedia," Moe Howard bemoans this fact). The movies then brought in Curly Joe DeRita and toned down the (hilarious) violence. The new film obviously loved the characters and the Farrelly brothers knew what they were doing. The three leads were also pretty good (Sean Hayes in almost unrecognizable). As dumb and lowbrow as their humor was, it's still funnier than 99 percent of the crap we get today, so I say just enjoy the hold shorts. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 23, 2014, 11:46 am

Shining Time Station - TV Shows
Always had the conundrum of liking George Carlin or Ringo Starr. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 23, 2014, 11:25 am

Keeping Up With The Kardashians - TV Shows
Who. The. Fuck. Cares? Yay, more unimportant celebrities to keep track of because they have money and fame! -- Submitted By: () on July 23, 2014, 2:22 am

Second City Television - TV Shows
Had some really good sketch work at the time (Mel Slurp's Rock Pile, Horror Chiller Theater, the SCTV News, Guy Caballero, Edith Prickley, the pissed-off Scotsman, Johnny LaRue, Sammy Maudlin, Bob and Doug McKenzie, among others). Probably peaked around 1981 with the over-ephasis on "The Great White North." Most of the cast went on to bigger - but not necessarily better things - in Hollywood. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 5:59 pm

Pawn Stars - TV Shows
It's gotten completely full of itself with episodes about Chumly losing weight or finding a dog or the son going into debt or buying a motorcycle. Who cares?! It's at its best when they just appraise people's "valuables" and that's it. Even some of the recent dialogue and situations are obviously phony. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 5:34 pm

Newhart! - TV Shows
Actually, as good as it became, it was close to jumping (or boning, whichever one prefers) in the first season with the annoying and unfunny Kirk (Steven Kampmann), whose lying schtick got old very fast. Used to go out of my way to watch it in first-run episodes and everything has already been said about the finale (although at the time, a TV critic wrote that the last "Cheers" show was better; not in my opinion). -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 5:26 pm

New Zoo Revue - TV Shows
I was older than its normal demographics, but would watch it in the mornings sometime when I was home sick. I remember Freddy the Frog being kind of a juvenile delinquent, and the rest of the puppets, as well as Doug and Emmy were pretty bland. Kind of an "H.R. Puffinstuff" without the laughs. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 5:12 pm

New Adventures of Old Christine, The - TV Shows
Decent comedy, especially from Wanda Sykes, Hamish Linkletter and Clark Gregg (Dreyfus is much funnier in "Veep"). AN OK addition to the sitcom genre, but nothing spectacular. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 5:06 pm

Barry Bonds - Celebrities
As far as I'm concerned, the MLB home run record is still held by one of the nicest guys in the game, Henry Aaron (even though he needed almost more than 3,000 at-bats than Babe Ruth). How ANYONE could give the record to the steroid-popping Bonds is far beyond my ability to comprehend. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 2:53 pm

Absolutely Fabulous - TV Shows
In the mid-1990s, they plugged the Hell out of this on Comedy Central and, like the last poster, I simply just didn't get it. Oh, and it was not funny in the least, especially when the two drunken whores would always berate the "normal" daughter of one of them. Yikes! -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 2:36 pm

Inside the Actor's Studio - TV Shows
I certainly wouldn't call this show "great," but it did have its interesting moments. Perfectly parodied on "SNL" with Will Ferrell playing Lipton, with his breathless pauses, bizarre commentary and faux admiration of ANYONE he is interviewing (the sketch had him fawning over Charles Nelson Reilly and Dustin "Screech" Diamond). -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 2:34 pm

A-Team, The - TV Shows
Let's face it, few people tuned into to see anyone but Mr. T on this show (not even George Peppard drew as many fans). B.A. was so over-the-top (like Mr. T himself) one had to laugh, while the situations were just one notch above total ludicrous. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 2:29 pm

Impractical Jokers - TV Shows
Often kind of silly, but there are some fairly funny moments now and again, especially when they appear before focus groups or give lectures to various corporate gatherings. -- Submitted By: (GregEichelberger) on July 22, 2014, 12:12 pm

CNN - Random Topics
For anyone who thinks CNN is unbiased, may I point you to Piers Morgan's deplorable actions after Sandy Hook? He took to the airwaves for weeks screaming that gun owners are all nuts. His town hall debate, which he monopolized and used to berate those attending with opposing viewpoints, was a shining example of his bias. Even my stepdad, who is a STAUNCH liberal, thought he had gone too far and was discrediting his position by being an asshole. If that's not enough for you, perhaps we can include Susan Roesgen's positive meltdown at a Chicago Tea Party protest, during which she sputtered accusations of fascism and Fox News hate. Or how about Rick Sanchez's attempts to equate pro-lifers to Westboro Baptists? How about the fact that Michael Moore still has a recurring spot on CNN? How about their plethora of left-leaning "original specials?" Yeah, real down-the-middle there. /sarcasm -- Submitted By: () on July 22, 2014, 10:33 am

Late Night with Conan O'Brien - TV Shows
Andy leaving Late Night killed the show for me. I think the show just gradually went downhill and it stopped having the kind of awesome weird humor it had in the 90s, the show sorely missed his weird demented sensibility. Also original writers Robert Smigel and Louis CK leaving likely took a lot out of the show. Conan on his own is a funny guy but they don't have those bizarre inappropriate sketches anymore like the NBC Satellite Channels, interviews via satellite with "celebrities" whose mouths only move, staring contests, Actual News Items and slideshows from Conan's "vacations". His show now is as bland and safe as any other talk show unfortunately. -- Submitted By: (loverocket) on July 22, 2014, 3:47 am

Critic, The - TV Shows
One of the funniest shows ever made, never should've been cancelled. I have no idea why it didn't catch on. I think it would have done better now with the popularity of cable, they could've had it on Comedy Central or FX. The webisodes were bad and lame though unfortunately. -- Submitted By: (loverocket) on July 22, 2014, 3:36 am

Howard Stern - Celebrities
The show died when Artie got really into addiction and Beth turned Howard into a eunuch. It's weird how quickly the show went downhill, the first few years on Sirius were amazing but Artie being basically asleep when he was drugged out kept anyone from reigning in Howard and his babbling about reality shows and his life in the Hamptons. It's basically a shell of what it was with only occasional funny moments from Richard, Sal and goofing on JD and Eric the Midget. -- Submitted By: (loverocket) on July 22, 2014, 3:23 am

Night Stand with Dick Dietrick - TV Shows
Here was the thing about this show. Everyone I ever met who watched it loved it. But the main issue with the show is that in many stations it aired in the dead of night. In my market the show aired at 2:00AM on Sunday Morning. So the only people who could watch it were nighthawks that just stayed late on the weekends or people coming home from the bars. I personally think if the show came on during the day in a lot of stations it would of had a longer run. -- Submitted By: (bjohn345) on July 20, 2014, 2:52 pm

Hunger Games, The - Movie Series
It took awhile for me to watch Hunger Games but when I finally did, I enjoyed it. Hopefully, they don't screw it up like they do with almost every sequel or trilogy. -- Submitted By: (Jp) on July 19, 2014, 1:29 am

Mariah Carey - Music Groups
hate to say it, but her music career's pretty much over..what Glitter didn't do to it, her last album did.. With a title like 'I am Mariah, the elusive Chanteuse' can't say i'm too surprised. Even Glitter managed to sell at least 100k copies -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on July 15, 2014, 5:34 pm

Ramones, The - Music Groups
RIP Tommy..the last surviving original member. I still find it odd that the other 3 died in such a short time span. Their music was different and at the same time groundbreaking, and it would have been great to get one more album out of them before their passing -- Submitted By: (stryker73) on July 15, 2014, 5:12 pm

Tyler Perry movies - Movie Series
The guy sucks and is not funny. Playing an outraged black woman really got old after a few minutes. Not to mention obnoxiously loud. -- Submitted By: () on July 14, 2014, 5:01 am

Clint Eastwood - Celebrities
As I predicted in my first comment, Clint allowing his wife to do a reality show ended up destroying their marriage. For the love of God people, DON'T DO IT. Ozzy and Sharon are the EXCEPTION, not the rule! Look at all the other couples that did reality shows and look how their marriages turned out. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on July 12, 2014, 1:31 pm

Pamela Anderson - Celebrities
It's funny that the Hep C is her boning point. But I have to agree, that's when she fell off the pop culture radar. Logically, having the STDs shouldn't detract from her job as professional eye candy. After all, it's not like any of us were going to get the chance to have sex with her anyways. And yet... Something in our subconscious was telling us that she is diseased and not to procreate with her and thus not allowing the male fantasy to occur anymore. It's kind of too bad, because she was trying to bring awareness the way Magic Johnson did with AIDS. Poor Pam looks really rough these days. After divorcing the costar of Paris Hilton's sex tape, maybe she will finally learn to stay away from the bad boys. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on July 12, 2014, 1:24 pm

Amen - TV Shows
Amen was a rare show. I would of loved to see it go on for 1 more season. If you got past Thelma's spoiled whiny attitude at times, I thought she and the Reverend had great chemistry. -- Submitted By: (steelpinkdaisy) on July 10, 2014, 7:04 am

World Wrestling Entertainment - Random Topics
I'm a fan of Bo's gimmick. He's playing it perfect so far. As for the others, like I said, Trips has an eye for something, but until Vince passes, all he can do is bring in the great talent, not help put them to the next level -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on July 9, 2014, 5:10 am

Spill.com - Websites
This site had the best movie reviews imo. Too bad it got shut down...Oh well, at least Korey and Leon (actually named Martin) are back at it with a new site named Double Toasted. -- Submitted By: () on July 3, 2014, 4:01 pm

Law and Order SVU - TV Shows
Benson and Stabler rocked but this thing was on the air for too many years! In its prime, this was the best of the Law and Order series of shows. However, it went from being a fantastic drama to a vehicle for titillation. There were far to many pedophile cases and most of the other victims of sex abuse were gorgeous women (and some men, haha!). They went into lingering detail about the crimes in a way I can only describe as fan service. One show had a guy raping his younger brother. Instead of just saying he abused his brother, they went into lurid detail about how the younger guy was seduced and what it felt like while his brother abused him, my god! Did we really have to know these details? -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 3, 2014, 9:09 am

Dead Like Me - TV Shows
Amazing show that was killed too soon by the always shortsighted Showtime. One of the best things about DLM was the way they portrayed the Reapers. At first you thought they were chosen by fate randomly but as you got to know the characters, you realized every one of them was deeply flawed. It's my theory that they were paying off some cosmic debt and were being prevented from moving on until the debt was satisfied. Take Rube, the saintly father figure and leader of the Reapers. It was revealed that he was shot to death while robbing a bank and left a wife and small child behind to fend for themselves. Mason was a junkie in life who stole and committed various crimes to support his habit and died of an overdose. Daisy was a slut who used men to advance her acting career. We don't really know what George's major flaw was, except that she was unbelievably selfish and lazy, but I believe there was more to her than that. Too bad we will never know, thanks Showtime! -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on July 3, 2014, 9:00 am

Game Of Thrones - TV Shows
This show is brutal. Liking a character seems to be the kiss of death for that character. -- Submitted By: (SilverFang) on June 30, 2014, 8:37 am

She-Ra: Princess of Power - TV Shows
She-Ra still brings back pleasant memories. Of course it would've been better if the show had had a proper conclusion instead of ending with the birth of Swiftwind's son. -- Submitted By: (SilverFang) on June 30, 2014, 8:32 am

World Wrestling Entertainment - Random Topics
Yeah, online wrestling runoff has it that Vince is NOT a fan of the recent NXT callups Adam Rose and Paige. Paige has been saddled with a crappy gimmick (having the tar beat of her during most of a match, only to sneak out a win with one of her finishers), Adam Rose I admit is kind of stupid, but Bo Dallas seems to be winning fans over with his "bad guy pretending to be good guy" routine. -- Submitted By: (John63btf) on June 28, 2014, 1:41 pm


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