RT @scottEweinberg http://twitpic.com/ks758 – Professional packaging design with a major grammatical error makes me cringe. // AAAAAAHHHH!
Archive for October 8th, 2009
NBC cancels SOUTHLAND before its new season *even starts.* http://bit.ly/wZwBr But hey, 5 hours of Leno per week!
The Diary of Anne Frank. #videogamesiregretbuying
Let us learn from the debacle of the Wayanses’ last film. Joel and Ethan are the Coens. This is the Coens’ — NOT Coen’s — new film.
Daycare center. Pot plants. Neo-Nazi literature. Explosives. Man blows hand off. My hometown, folks! http://bit.ly/3sLSKv
“A tasteless joke that hasn’t left anyone laughing”?? I BEG TO DIFFER! http://bit.ly/Vujah
@DawnTaylor666 “so muscular that he looks like a bunch of sausages glued on top of even more sausages” // I LOL’ed.
You could make a pretty strong case for Bill Cosby being the most successful and TV icon of all time. His shows include “The Bill Cosby Show” (1969-71), “The New Bill Cosby Show” (a variety show, 1972-73), “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids” (1972-76, with later incarnations), “Cos” (another variety show, 1976), “The Cosby Show” (1984-92), “The Cosby Mysteries” (1994-95), and “Cosby” (1996-2000) — and those are just the ones with his name in the title. There was also “I Spy,” “The Electric Company,” and “Captain Kangaroo” (Picture Pages!).
Yet when it comes to movies, his most famous contributions are two huge disasters: “Ghost Dad” and “Leonard Part 6.” It is “Leonard Part 6,” an awful spy comedy from 1987, that we address this week in Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com. Enjoy Dr. Huxtable’s humiliation!
Basically, every reason you’ve heard to not get a swine flu vaccination is bogus. http://bit.ly/2YJGep , http://bit.ly/psUcN
EricDSnider Eric’s Bad Movies at Film.com: LEONARD PART 6 (1987), starring Bill Cosby. http://bit.ly/VhGrS