There was a more primitive time where television show renewals were based on the amount of viewership said television show received. It was pretty black and white, either people watched the show and we got more of it (yay) or people didn’t watch the show and we had to watch it get brutally executed on a grand stage (boo). I don’t think today’s generation understands … Continue reading Canceled TV Shows- Don’t Do It Mid-Season and Keep Airing The Series… It’s Disrespectful
Heading into a two-week vacation, one gets certain expectations, Han Solo might have described them as delusions of grandeur. Besides all of the non-working, there are a ton of things one wants to get done for themselves. Whether it’s cleaning the house or seeing friends or maybe reading a book, every vacation comes with a plan and then vacation hits and that plan goes out … Continue reading The Joys of Powering Down
As I’ve gotten older, I want to believe that my birthday celebrations have gotten a bit tamer… kind of like the progression of Eddie Murphy’s movie choices. Gone are the long weekend celebrations filled with bar jukeboxes and more alcohol than one should decide to consume. Here is the one-day celebration filled with family/friends, good eats, a bitching party theme, and relaxation. I have zero … Continue reading I Am Geek The Birthday Gift Request
Geeklings, clear your minds. Close your eyes. Let’s go back to a simpler time. A time before the pandemic. A time where life made sense. There were no masks. There was no shortage of toilet paper. There was no constant fear of the COVID virus. No, this was a time where people intentionally socially distanced before they started dating. This was a time where a … Continue reading Sexy Beasts- A Bonkers Dating Show That Could Possibly Bring About the Apocalypse
Last night, my wife and I finished watching Schitt’s Creek. It took us about three weeks, maybe a little longer, only because we started to ration out the final eight episodes like a couple of people who were acting like these would be the last episodes of television they would ever watch and wanted to enjoy every last second of them. While the stalling made … Continue reading Schitt’s Creek- An Abundance of Emotions & the Inability To Write Because of Them
After six looooong weeks, the MCU finally returned last week with the first episode of the much-anticipated Loki or Marvel’s attempt to dip their toe in Doctor Who like storytelling. Sure, for some six weeks isn’t really a long time, but going from zero Marvel content for a year to ten weeks’ worth of content back to none is a bit trying. I’m pretty sure … Continue reading Loki- Yes, The Infinity Stones Mattered
Lately, it seems that all the shows I’ve been watching are released weekly almost if I have traveled back in time ten years where binge-watching was just a whisper on a Netflix app I was streaming off my Wii. Yeah, that’s right, the Wii. I’m not complaining about weekly viewing though as I have found it rather enjoyable plus it’s provided a wealth of content … Continue reading What’s Everyone Watching?
A couple of weeks ago Bridgerton fans got some bad news that would have rattled the very foundation of the Lady Whistledown newsletter. Rege Jean Page, the Duke himself, would not be returning for the second season of the show… (gasp) (sobs) (hyperventilating) (deep immense sadness) (the world is darkness) (stares endlessly forever)… Yeah, this news sucks. Let’s move past the fact that Rege Jean … Continue reading How Many Seasons Did Netflix Just Give Bridgerton?
Normally when watching a season finale of a television series you expect some amount of closure. There’s a lot of responsibility on a season finale to tie up all the loose ends of the season while also setting up potential story threads for the upcoming season. Despite how great a season has been over the course of ten to fifteen episodes, the season finale is … Continue reading WandaVision- Don’t Expect ALL The Answers In The Finale
A few years ago, I was reading in my room when I heard my dad laughing heartily across the hall. A trivial event for most, this was a rather remarkable moment for the Landro household. Even though my father has the family in stitches on a daily basis, he’s not so easy to crack. I walked over to his room to find him laughing at … Continue reading “Frasier” Reboot: Fathers & Sons