Remember these kids.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
All things considered, the older members of my family have pretty decent TV-watching habits.
I’ve been waiting for this day since the moment Muppets in Space first disappointed me back in 1999, which was approximately three minutes into the movie: today’s the day a new Muppet movie is released.
That jovial, rednecked fellow you see above is not Larry the Cable Guy; it's an impersonator who "not only looks like Larry the Cable Guy, he has captured the entertainer's voice and mannerisms, as well.
I was recently having a discussion with someone who does marketing for Pepsi’s website, and I asked them, “Who goes to Pepsi.
In a fortuitous twist of romantic fate, Warming Glow's listmaker-in-chief Josh Kurp and I both got engaged within the same month this fall.
Springfield and its neighboring towns Shelbyville and Capitol City are filled with hundreds of characters that have appeared on "The Simpsons," and many of them were intended to show up in one episode.
September 11, 2011 will be a day of mourning.
Do you remember what you were doing on September 11, 2001.
There are really only four recurring characters on FX’s "Louie": Louie, his two adorable daughters, and Pamela, played by Pamela Adlon.
Back in February, when the first TV Gourmet appeared on this very website, I knew that it was only a matter of time before I got around to this very post: making food and drink exclusively from “The Simpsons.
“Glee” is one of my favorite shows on TV, somewhere below “Breaking Bad” and “Community” but above “The Office” and “How I Met Your Mother.
The Gang on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” -- which returns for its seventh season on September 15 -- means to do well.
As "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Lost," and countless other shows have proven, sometimes a character, often beloved, needs to die to advance the plot.
With Transformers: Dark of the Moon opening this week, there's been a lot of talk about Michael Bay's unapologetic anti-intellectualism, the 3-D craze, and movie audiences' weak spot for explosions and giant robots fighting each other.
There's a never-ending -- and problematic -- discussion about the "best show on television.
Earlier this week, Matt wrote about how the Mormon-owned KSL-TV NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City will refuse to air "Playboy Club" when it premieres in the fall.