When you get funny people together in a room, pure magic can happen. That said, when you get two funny people on the phone together who happen to be married, well, you just sit back and listen to the antics ensue. That's exactly what happened when we got Bonnie McFarlane and Rich Vos on the phone to ... More >>
Antenna is channel number 166 on my dial, but it's well worth the nosebleed. It's a treasure trove of old TV gems that fills the void left by the re-run channels that have horrifyingly moved up to '80s fare. Antenna resurrects the salty days of the small-screen's most arrestingly iconograph ... More >>
Let me go into my Grandma Moses mode and bitch about something relatively newfangled and shit. Back when I was growing up in the Civil War, there were only a handful of TV stations on the dial. And that meant that every single human with a TV set watched the very same things.
Let's stick to the really old ones--and let's not include any instrumentals, OK? By far the most delightfully informative and/or amusing ones are: 7) The theme from Alice Broadway baby Linda Lavin belting "There's a New Girl In Town" was brash and fun and set the tone for the fish-out-of- ... More >>
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