It's very limiting to try, fleeb
It was no battle star galactica.
That's unfortunate...was it at least engaging?
I've always thought of it by that name. Even when I was a kid.
I miss MST3K :(
One of these days I'm going to have to invite a bunch of people over and have a RiffTrax party. Anyone know whether those are any good?
I didn't get to watch a lot of Letterman when I was younger, but:
(Mostly, this is to explain why I wrote what I wrote in the Lobby)
heh... the a-team movie...
they're showing a flight over the cologne central station with the cathedral, and naming it frankfurt...
next big mistake: frankfurt looks pretty american except for the german cars.
finaly there is an american bus.
Funny thing is, I don't follow pop culture, so the first I heard of the Kardashians was when two girls on another show (the Middle) were discussing their makeup and one said to the other "You look like a Kardashian" and I was thinking "that's really not much of a compliment. They're all veiny and ick!"
Mon Jan 02 2012 10:18:08 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredI refuse to watch reality television until they finally bring out a show that has not only the Kardashians but also the Ferengi and the Romulans and the Klingons and a few Vulcans to round things out.
yeah I know, I couldn't afford them either.
Fail. It doesn't even come close. Try again.
And to think that ABC is owned by Disney.
As one actually watching the "Wicked"-like show - you haven't watched a full episode - a snippet is not enough to judge but that won't stop you.
It actually has a good underlying plot bringing all the story book characters - very twisted!
You're talking about "Once Upon a Time?"
Oh wait. We've had this discussion before.
An underlying plot bringing together the storybook characters has also been done before. The folks who wrote "Into the Woods" did it well. The kings of blah at ABC tried it and were predictably bland.