After last week’s episode of South Park, I realized something was missing. I wanted more from the episode and I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. Then Comedy Central ran the ads featuring the tagline “Randy is Back”. That’s when it struck me. Not only was my favorite show
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Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams team up in the upcoming CBS comedy THE CRAZY ONES. Watch the full trailer here.
It’s been a busy couple of days as most of the major U.S. television networks have started making decisions on which shows will grace the small screen next season.
The Screen Invasion Team watches a lot of television. (Something you may have guessed from the many, many recaps posted daily.) As we watched our Fall TV faves, we noticed a trend: namely, female characters who are kicking ass and taking names (literally, in some cases). Ladies so successfully dominating their respective TV-universes that nothing keeps them down for long. And we wanted to do a little something to show these kick-ass TV chicks the R-E-S-P-E-C-T that is so rightly theirs.
Well that was a game changer. Last week, I called out Carter Bays and the rest of the How I Met Your Mother production staff for simply repeating senseless stories lines and delaying the inevitable to a nauseating point. This week, they made me look like an ass. The show delivered with what was without question
Well I was very curious to see where we would go tonight on How I Met Your Mother. Afterall, the “Autumn of Breakups” was now complete, so who would they use to move the story forward again? Thankfully, they used Marshall (Jason Segal), and they brought back one of the
It was another busy week in TV thanks to the major networks’ Upfront presentations, so it’s another jam-packed episode. We talk about the new fall schedules, which pilots we’re excited for, which night will be our busiest, and of course what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to.
I’ve read through all the synopses, examined the cast lists and noted who the assorted creators and writers are, and then, when my preliminary, face value snapshot opinion had almost begun to crystallize, I watched generously cut trailers for shows that I won’t see for another 4 months. Where do I
When you’re the most-watched U.S. network, you have the luxury of coasting along and not shaking things up which was the exact approach CBS took when putting together its 2012-2013 schedule. The biggest bit of news had to do with 2 Broke Girls, Two and a Half Men and The Mentalist all getting new homes,
When you’re the 800-pound gorilla, you can do whatever you want, and that’s exactly the approach CBS took as it let all of the other networks play before pushing them off the swings. The most-watched network finally made its move by announcing which new shows will be on their line-up
In the season finale of The Big Bang Theory, “The Countdown Reflection”, the title says it all. The show opens with Howard on the space ship waiting to take off with two other astronauts. He is still terrified of going in to space, in fact telling the other astronauts he
“The Launch Acceleration” shows us that Howard really isn’t looking all that forward to space, what is better left unsaid (especially in bed), and how to gain the affection of the affected. At the opening to The Big Bang Theory, “The Launch Acceleration”, Howard gets phone call letting him know
Impending weddings almost always mean excitement of one kind or another. You always hope that it’s the good, anticipatory kind and not the secret wielding, drama causing kind. Unfortunately for Howard, he has a lot of the latter to deal with in this episode of The Big Bang Theory, “The
Yes, it’s THAT Hawking. In this week’s The Big Bang Theory, Howard gets the opportunity to meet the greatest genius the world has known, Stephen Hawking. Since we all know that Howard is an engineer and not a physicist, it’s obvious his involvement in Mr. Hawking’s visit is of a