In praise of BSG, and not just from the usual geek quarters.
Happy Mother's Day, from the island!
Why isn't there a good collection of TV theme songs, by the original "artists," on iTunes? Or if there is, why haven't I found it yet? I've been known to break my "no karaoke, no singing" rule when it comes to TV show theme songs. I mean, do you really need to be on key to belt out the theme to Green Acres? I recall back in the salad days of college, a "TV's Greatest Hits" album was always fun to whip out after the surroundings got a little beer drenched and smoky. I remember that there was some surfing down a flight of stairs on a cardboard box listening to "Hawaii 5-0."
How frakking cool is Brad Paisley?
Fuck you Sanford Stadium. Making do in a long meeting or on a flight is one thing. (I usually don't knock back a huge flask of whiskey discussing the intricacies of channel marketing or waiting for my plane to crash). But no "pass outs" or even a designated area? Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you. On the upside, my season ticket mates get to hear about 30 minutes more of my insightful commentary. On the downside, if things start to go south in a game, we could be dealing with CSI: Athens.
Kimmel talks to "Darlton" about Lost.
Barney Stinson chats about his new Joss Whedon web musical.
This should be required viewing in Columbus.
15 years later, reflections on an underrated classic. "You're so cool," indeed.
Goodbye, Disco Kroger. (Atlantans will know what I'm talking about).
Of course it should. But it won't. (And as usual, I recommend Hitch).
How John Mayer writes a song.
Jimmie James and Rogue in a southern gothic vampire show from the Six Feet Under creator? Oh yeah, I'm there.
This might make me go to Subway more often.
More toy nostalgia from my youth. Yep, I had every single thing you see in that commercial. (But I didn't bust a rhyme on my moon playset).
Speaking of nostalgia, here are 10 memorable ads from the 70s. Who doesn't remember these?
Who is the best character on TV? (Starbuck won last year's tourney). Now we're in the Sweet Sixteen. I'd vote for Dexter Morgan, Number Six, Barney Stinson or probably Benjamin Linus.