Julie Brown. When’s the last time you thought of our 80s pop silly diva? Not in a long time for me either – but tonight, as you can see, she popped up in the most recent episode of ABC’s “The Middle.”
While I was hoping for her to breakout with one of my favorite Julie Brown songs (like say, Homecoming Queen has Got a Gun?), no such luck. Just happy to see the girl (53 year old girl) back on the tube and looking incredible!
A great show – and good to see the ‘ol gal back at it and having a great time! Keep reading to watch some of Julie’s great videos from days gone by… (really, it was 1987, 19 eighty 7???) Continue reading →
Television programming, available anywhere you wish, mostly starts during prime time — and tonight there are a lot of things to ensure you DVR or catch on Hulu in the next few days.
While watching video content is one of my personal OCD compulsions, tonight’s line-up is full of “must-see-TV” if you will. What you ask?
8PM House — New episode of Dr. House’s ongoing mis-diagnosis of patient after patient. In fact, while watching my friends and I sometime joke — that can’t be the right diagnosis, it’s only 20 after the hour! So, while it’s become schtick to us all, House is a GREAT character. Network: FOX
8PM Chuck — An all new adventure of the Nerd Herd crew — I don’t find that this is a “must see” show, but for those who enjoy it, it’s on again tonight. Network: NBC
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a funny show. Danny DeVito is downright funny on this show, as well as the rest of the cast who are just ridiculous! So I’ve been awaiting for the new season, and of course I’m subscribed on Hulu, but today when a preview came up in the ‘Recently Added’ section, I was aghast when it said it was for the FOURTH episode of the season.
I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, I had already missed THREE episodes of one of my favorite shows? Then I see this:
RUFKM? 30 days after air? What is this world coming to? We like to see them the next morning on Hulu, not 30 days later. Okay, perhaps it’s available with Hulu Plus, but for now, it’s okay. I have options, and so do you, and never forget it.
About a year ago, I found a site called Blinkx. It’s an awesome search engine for videos in general, but also TV shows – all streaming on your computer. Pretty much anything you wanna watch is on there, and I love it as a backup for Hulu, when programmers get crazy. In fact, you can watch the series opening episode right here!
Joey Lawrence was always an adorable affable character who, well, let’s admit it, didn’t have that much sense and was “Whooa!” not quite Yale material shall we say? But the days of Blossom are over, and ABC Family seems to have their finger on the pulse of contemporary America, and they wrap it all up in the new series Melissa & Joey.
Well, it’s not exactly new, considering 7 episodes have already aired, but I haven’t checked it out until now on Hulu, trolling for new shows I may have missed. Glad I found it. While the new season and new series premieres are filling the evening airwaves these days — and my Hulu queue full nearly daily — seems I cannot get enough.
While complete a great family show, ABC Family goes a little further, allowing the occasional use of words like freaking, pissed, ass, and more. Plus, the sexual innuendos and stark talk like referring to sex tapes, being ‘bent over’ and just refreshing reality. The combination of Joey Lawrence (who is looking GOOD) with Melissa Joan Hart, make a very funny duo.
Time Warner is fucking nutz. In a Reuters story, they detail Time Warner’s plans to offer ‘premium VOD,’ movies between the theatrical release and prior to DVD release, for $20-$30. $20 to $30? RUFKM?
It seems the more ‘digital’ of a society we become, leaving our discs and cassettes behind, the pricing of these digital delights simply continue to be overvalued. Listen TW (can I call you TW?), it’s video on demand, not a purchase of something I have forever to watch again, like physical DVD. Also, in case you didn’t know because you see everything at free screenings, the price of a movie ticket is around $12-$15 in most markets. $12-$15 is less than $20-$30. (Okay, perhaps you estimate it will be viewed by 2 people on average, but what about us bachelors who absolutely HAVE TO SEE something like 4 weeks before it’s everywhere online?)
Warehouse 13 is one of my top 3 favorite shows — but lately, it seems that it’s getting overly complex in regards to characters, storylines, etc. What happened to the good old days when the two agents simply did their thing while the two nerds back at the Warehouse tried to keep things under control?
While still a big fan, I just don’t get the same benefit from each episode now that it’s overly complex. C’mon Syfy, keep it simple and successful!