Nickelodeon had so many beloved sitcoms in the 90’s, both animated and live action. But today I offer a salute to a very unique show- one that, despite its size, left big memories in many of us. Remember that short where the kid was tempted to eat his friend’s triple decker sandwich? If so, hit the jump and take a turn back in time complete with Episode Guide.
“Attack of the Giant Vulture,” “Foil Man”, and the rest- where did they come from? Why did the films just STOP, and why is their so little info on them? Here’s what we do know about those half-remembered bits of surrealism from commercial breaks, and the questions we have yet to answer. Read More
Welcome to Epic Episodes, another hopefully recurring feature where we examine notable episodes of TV shows. This first installment is on what I feel is one of TV animation’s best metafictional episodes.
Recent events have shown that trying to discuss the role of women in “Ghostbusters” is like someone with a papercut asking for a band-aid and having gasoline, lighted matches, and oily rags thrown at them in response. But if I have to get oily rags thrown at me, bring ‘em on. Today, we’re talking about The Real Ghostbusters and Janine.
Welcome to “One Moment of Fear,” a hopefully recurring feature on this blog where I highlight a single strange or scary moment from pop culture- usually one that made a big impression on us growing up. Today we look at “Courage the Cowardly Dog.”
The tale of a tv series now newly alive online and hosted by Mr. Roald Dahl, and a review of its scariest episode. Hit the jump and take a journey creepier than any boat ride with Mr. Wonka.