Dorothy Fontana isn’t quite the household name that Gene Roddenberry is, but if you watch enough pre-2000 scifi, you’ll discover that there’s a subtle and pleasant flavor to certain episodes, here and there. For me, it always tastes like the original Star
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This post was originally published Nov. 1, 2016.
Recent discoveries have made me a little more adventurous with my audiobooks: Rather than shelling out for an audible subscription and trying to find the longest books I can to get the bang for my buck, it turns out
- Apparently, the Tully Monster is an anomalous fossil that no one xan quite figure out. Some scientists feel it’s an invertebrate, others see signs that it’s a vertebrate, and no one quite knows what the devil the thing is,
I am not a huge horror fan, but I like me a good ghost story. My tastes run towards the atmospheric and the clever, not towards the gory, and since gory tends to be a
First posted on October 25, 2016.
I vaguely remember a sitcom called Perfect Strangers when I was young. I remember enjoying it, but it either must not have aged well or it must have been more or less terrible if you had two digits in your age, because
In today’s thrilling installment, Jonathon Doors announces to the world that he’s still alive after faking his death. His daring plan? Well, to interrupt the
Super Bowl World Bowl to announce to the world that
I want to say that everyone does an Amish episode sooner or later, but I it’s surprisingly hard to turn up a list of “Amish TV episodes.” (Thanks a lot, TLC.) There was