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Just the Ten of Us - TV Shows
I'm with DaChicoMann. This quickly became one of my favorites growing up. I became a fan of Just the Ten of Us because of the cute girls, but began enjoying it's simple charms. The casting was great, everyone was perfect together. I really liked the coach, he was fun and likeable, the three oldest girls were great and easy on the eyes, and Heather Langenkamp was my favorite Lubbock girl. I would have preferred if the second season remained about the entire family dynamic, rather than the older girls zany adventures, but I enjoyed it anyhow. Unfortunately it didn't last long enough to fully develop. -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 12:54 am

Adventures of Pete & Pete, The - TV Shows
This was one of my favorite shows growing up. It was quirky before quirky was cool. The entire tone of the show was so different from anything else I had seen. Little Pete's adventures were especially surreal (meeting guardian angel underwear inspector, burrowing under the house to escape being grounded, etc). The show was not condescending or forced (like most kid's shows-I'm looking at you Disney channel tripe), and well-written, often surprisingly moving. Little Pete was like a hero of mine, brave and never afraid to try something. Of course I was more like Big Pete, awkward, nerdy, and a bit reticent. The cast of characters were wonderfully unusual. Friends Artie the strongest man in the world, sweet but plain Ellen, adorable Nona with the eternally encased arm, and bullies ever-wounded Paper Cut, then forever moist Endless Mike. There were great cameos by Steve Buscemi, Janeane Garofalo, and Iggy Pop, the acting was great, the humor bizarre, and there was some cool music to boot. One-of-a-kind TV show goodness. A+ -- Submitted By: () on February 19, 2012, 12:30 am

Regular Show - TV Shows
IMO this is the best current show on today. Can't believe someone actually voted Day 1 >:-( Seriously, next to all the other dreck on TV this is a work of sheer genius. -- Submitted By: () on February 18, 2012, 7:42 pm

Sean Penn - Celebrities
jconifer, Totally agree. Sorry to have to post a longwinded deal but here goes. The Falklands had been settled by Spanish colonists in the 1700's but the last of them had abandoned the islands in 1811- a good two decades before British colonists started settling there and before the Argentine government had been created. The point being that there had been quite a few generations of inhabitants who had been born +raised there who considered them to be their home but considered themselves to be British subjects rather than Argentine citizens. Amongst other reasons, Argentina was under a horrible dictatorship during that time in the midst of a campaign now known as 'The Dirty War' in which thousands of student protestors [read this part carefully, Penn lovers] 'disappeared' from the mid 1970's onwards and their distraught mothers and grandmothers organized a group called 'Las Madres' to march against the government to demand to know the whereabouts of their offspring! OK, the Argentine dictatorship tried to blow them off as being hysterical crackpots but they risked their own freedom and lives to keep trying to find answers. Then the Argentine government decided to invade the Falklands to boost its ego over the objections of the Falkland natives and quite a few inhabitants were killed in the process. Would Penn and others have preferred the British government to have done NOTHING while this dictatorship ran roughshod over the islands and their inhabitants while he was having "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"?! Instead the British forces liberated [yes, LIBERATED] the islands from the Argentine army's occupation. And the crux of this? The Argentine citizenry were FURIOUS with their government over the many wasted resources and lives that that been lost in this fiasco and TOPPLED it AND they finally actually listened to Las Madres and started serious investigations as to what happened to those thousands of student protestors who'd 'disappeared'. The result? Mass graves were uncovered and accounts of torture and extermination camps and some folks thrown out of airplanes were unearthed amongst other atrocities. So, shouldn't Sean Penn be GRATEFUL to the British government for contributing to the downfall of a dictatorship AND getting the Argentine army to [somewhat] account for what happened to thousands of student protestors or is he oblivious to folks who protest his pets? And is he trying to have Prince William targetted by singling him out as though he's part of an occupying force rather than as a soldier there to help aid and protect some of his grandmother's subjects? -- Submitted By: () on February 16, 2012, 5:11 pm

Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show,The - TV Shows
The scary thing is, I was exposed to this BEFORE the Archies from which this clearly ripped off. Even at four years old I was smart enough to know that the original Flintstones series was the real deal. -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 2:55 pm

Northern Exposure - TV Shows
How's that movie star career going, Rob Morrow? -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 11:14 am

Terra Nova - TV Shows
I watched the show for the first few episodes, then just gradually lost interest.. i'm sure it won't get a second season -- Submitted By: () on February 15, 2012, 8:31 am

Futurama - TV Shows
I have to agree with Robert. I was a huge Futurama fan when it first aired and threw a tantrum when it was unceremoniously cancelled. When I heard they were bringing it back I literally jumped for joy-until I saw it. First the disappointing movies. And when they announced the series was returning, I had hope it would return to the greatness of the original. Alas, as the second season of new Futurama (officially season 7) drones on, I am still disappointed. The writing has taken a down turn. The characters are becoming Simpsonized- losing their humanity in favor of gags. The clever, off-the-wall humor of the first airings has been replaced with "the more obnoxious the better" type of thinking. The characters says fewer surprisingly funny lines, instead, spew tired insults too constantly. And everyone is becoming Homerized- much stupider season after season. The episode The Duh-Vinci Code was especially awful, like Hawking trying to write slapstick. The only episode so far that somewhat reminded me of the originals was Neutopia. Clever, bizarre, and sometimes laugh-out loud funny. I still have hope for a better, more consistent season. -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 10:03 pm

Designing Women - TV Shows
Never enjoyed this show. I didn't find it particularly funny. Delta was definitely the highlight of the show. I recall Dixie Carter's long-winded preaching, and Jean Smart's ditziness, even Meshach Taylor's token appearances. Can't for the life of me remember anything Annie Potts' character did that was memorable. -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 8:13 pm

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness - TV Shows
It's not a bad series, but it's got some glaring flaws. Such as character changes: Po's gone from an overenthusiastic kung fu fan to an idiot who can't follow directions. He even does the most idiotic things, such as revealing the weaknesses of himself and each member of the Furious Five (who all act out of character). Characters also try too hard to be funny: for example, this redundant phrase ("I'm gonna squish his head like a squishy melon that's squishy with melon-y squishiness!"). Add to that, Po says "Awesome" at least 5 times per episode. On the bright side, they have voice actors from King of the Hill: Pamela Adlon (Bobby), Toby Huss (Strickland, Cotton), and Stephen Root (Bill). -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 2:06 pm

Dennis Miller - Celebrities
Tells it like it is to the liberals and they hate him for it. That's good enough for me! -- Submitted By: () on February 14, 2012, 7:44 am

Rugrats - TV Shows
don't forget taffy the babysitter. she had to be the worst babysitter ever. not a single time did the babies not leave her sight. -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 1:06 pm

Doug - TV Shows
when doug switched to disney the show became preachy and cheaply made and it lost billy west and his hilarious voices. the plots were recycled from pepper ann which seemed to be one saturday morning policy (four shows one plot) (still loved the block though. the perfect chaser to pokemon) -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 1:01 pm

Youtube - Websites
I agree with you guys about copyright rules & with them constantly taking down videos due to that. It's completely stupid. Though if you REALLY want to blame someone for this, blame the Senate, House of Representatives, Congress, the Government, for making the DMCA bill (Digital Millennium Copyright Act), & blame Bill Clinton for signing it into law. @Cartooner: Oh yeah, the ads, they're VERY annoying. I'm currently using Google Chrome, & even though I have Ad-Block Plus activated, some ads will STILL pop up. -- Submitted By: () on February 10, 2012, 12:45 am

January Jones - Celebrities
The only thing I know her from is that X-Men movie. And boy, was she lousy in it. -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 1:33 am

George Lopez - TV Shows
Wow, what's with the people voting "Day 1?" -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 12:36 am

Big Bang Theory - TV Shows
WHOA, does this show stink or what? Typical TBBT joke: Sheldon: I'm watching some Star Trek right now *laughs* Sheldon: On an HD-TV *even more laughs* Sheldon: Too bad there aren't Klingon subtitles *audience suffocates from too much laughter* In a nutshell, there are no jokes, just nerdy references, sometimes even plain old references. THAT'S NOT HUMOR, NOR IS IT FUNNY IN ANY WAY. -- Submitted By: () on February 9, 2012, 12:34 am

Look Who's Talking - Movie Series
God, how I hated these movies. I suppose it's only a matter of time until some moron "reboots" Look Who's Talking. -- Submitted By: () on February 8, 2012, 10:15 pm

Deep Purple - Music Groups
Ian Gillan is back with Deep Purple. I met him in August 2007 when a friend of mine came down from Ottawa, Ontario (Canada) with his family, and we attended their concert at Musikfest in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. My friend's parents are personal friends with the band, and they got me an all-access Canada/USA pass. Gillan is a nice guy. Deep Purple bass player Roger Glover, who spent the evening at a table with myself, my friend and his family at the bar inside the hotel where the band was staying, is an extremely nice guy - he seemed to be a regular bloke (as his countrymen say) who happened to luck into his dream job. Gillan did stop by our table on occasion. -- Submitted By: () on February 7, 2012, 7:50 pm

Hawaii Five-O - TV Shows
I agree. The new Hawaii Five-0 should be in its own category next to Hawaii Five-O (original uses letter "O" while new series uses numeral "0"). As a big fan of the original, I think the new series is even better! -- Submitted By: () on February 7, 2012, 11:38 am

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