Kendra lives somewhere in between reality and believing she’ll marry Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. After two years of stress thanks to a job she grew to hate, she left and focused 90% of her attention on the one thing that had been her right hand man since she was 13: writing. Currently she writes often for Fandomania, Roni Reports, MTV Geek, and her own music blog, Golden Mixtape.
Really though, this show is on YouTube but not Step by Step? For shame, people who upload things for people like me. So instead of the Foster-Lamberts we go back to one of the earlier shows of the T.G.I.F lineup, Dinosaurs — a family comedy set long ago Read More
These are always more fun and interesting to write when you go in cold. This week it's burning hot. Boy Meets World isn’t just a show I looked forward to every Friday night, it’s a show I will still watch the hell out of today if I see that it’s on. One Read More
Welcome to the month celebrating what most of us '90s kids can agree was the perfect bookend to our week dealing with homework, being "it" at recess, and all the other drama that came with being a kid then — T.G.I.F. Other than the idea of Saturday Read More
Wrapping up this month of classic television is Family Ties. It gave us the opposite of what we were used to. Instead of cookie cutter parents who were hard on their kids, we got a little Republican in Alex P. Keaton who was a world away from his Read More
For a show that spawned Frasier, you’d think their finale would’ve been constructed a little better. Three parts? Why did it need to be an hour and a half that night? I finally took the plunge and walked into this place where everyone knows your name, Read More
Still freaking out over the fact that the Cheers finale is an hour and a half, I had to go with the show’s spin-off this week. So I dove into Frasier. I’d never seen an episode but I will admit that as of right now, it’s possibly the second best series Read More
The Conners wrapped up a month dedicated to shows revolving around families that on TV are great, but in real life would be a major pain (for most). We’re moving past that and into a new realm. Not generic families, oh no — we’re all about the classic Read More
Suburbia has always frightened me. Houses that mirror one another, fake smiles and salutations from neighbors, and homeowner's associations? I’d rather live in the ghettos. This month has covered the anti-suburban mindset of television — shows that Read More
We’ve had crude and rude families this month, and even some that wouldn’t think twice about making shifty neighbors swim with the fishes. This week's show features a family that could be paid based on the mere volume of their mother’s incessant yelling. Read More
Sports fanatics have their championships, movie lovers have the Oscars, foodies have Chopped marathons, and people who live for television have PaleyFest. Every year casts and creators from the most talked about and beloved shows are gathered and take Read More
Not all families you’d worry about having as neighbors are comedic. Okay, most are, as the next couple of weeks are comedies — but this week, we’re stirring up some drama talking about what is often considered one of the best shows to have ever existed. Read More
Keeping with the dysfunctional family trend this week, we could not go any further without talking about Married...with Children. Fox would not have been the same without the Bundys and it’s safe to say they were a breath of fresh air in an ironic way Read More
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