The original series ran from 1988 – 1997. It is one of the shows I am so glad they brought back (yes I know I should be strung up and tortured for saying that, but sometimes, I do wish for curiosity sake or because I really miss ‘family)’. Now I’ve been watching the old episodes on one of the tv stations when I catch it on and aside from the 90s fashion, they are still funny. Ones I have seen umpteen times I still laughed at.
The coming attractions for the reboot sounded like Connor clan, just older. Yes the original cast is back even double Becky! Which there is a joke in the pilot episode of the new 2018 reboot. However, in the pilot of the reboot I did miss Johnny Galecki and Mark. In the new series, Darlene is I forget if its divorced or separated from David but he will be back for an episode however being as the actor Glenn Quinn that played Mark died in 2002, Mark is dead on the show. I didn’t hear how Mark supposedly died yet though.
The Guest Book has a revolving cast of characters as well as a sprinkling of main characters which make up the townspeople.
In the first episode I love how the guy is sitting up in the rafters writing in the book, but if I were him with how much his wife yells I’d get a divorce or a hit on her.
This is a different story every week and is supposed to be the tales the characters have written in the book.
The first episode a couple with a 1 year old who does nothing but cry (apparently the kid takes after mom) and mama needs a break. So Hubby takes her away for rest whiloe the baby stays with the grandparents.
Oh the mother is also a freaking Diva.. she needs her humidifier or something so he goes out to get one an on his way back to her royal Bitchyness stops at the local strip bar called Chubbies.
The show is charming and the ‘main’ characters of the town don’t really come off as the stars, though the owner of the strip club WOW! is all I will say.
I’d recommend it. It’s half hour episodes are quick and bingeable. So get streaming
In the first episode ‘London Calling’ belts out and my isn’t the market a colorful place.
So what do you get when you cross Shakespear and punk? WILL
In a sense it sort of reminds me of the modern Romeo and Juliet movie from the 90s that Leoardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes starred in. Only this, is supposed to be in the time Will lived but has modern accents. Some of those outfits are too bright for commoners to afford IF even there were colors as vivid back then for clothing. The Audience during the plays look like they should be part of blood drive …or comic con with their colorful hair or face paint (maybe you could include Face-off in there too) Just that alone is entertaining.
I thought this was going to be a horrible bore that, the pacing would be slow and all but its actually enjoyable.
If that is what the theater make up really looked like back then.. then I think someone’s cosmetic bag melted on all their faces. (Either that or the toxic crap joker and Harley fell into)
I like the costumes and especially the one (in the first or 2nd episode) of the guy that I take is supposed to own the theater.
Definately a cool ‘Punkspeare’? eh doesn’t sound so good but I think you may enjoy it if you give it a few episodes.
FX Wednesdays 10pm Marvel Dan Stevens Rachel Keller, Jean Smart,
Set sometime in the 1960s or 70s by the looks of the styles.
Dan Stevens plays psychic David Haller who’s as usual in the X-men world his powers are both curse and gift. His father is supposed to be Charles Xavier The X-men’s Professor X! It’s not a direct adaptation of the Marvel comics but it’s a trippy mesmerizing head trip that will stick with you.
David has some mind blowing explosive psychic powers which are equating into madness so because of his gifts, he is thought to be schizophrenic.
The nature of David’s psyche is that different people occupy his mind and have an influence on him at any given time, and so is institutionalized. Where he meets and falls for fellow mutant Syd. Since she does not like to be touched (because of her power) it’s a romance of the mind. David is rescued by therapist Melanie Byrd from the mental hospital and Division 3 (who the hell is division 3?) agents.
While Therapist Byrd insists what he sees is real, the way it is filmed David nor the viewers are not so sure, aside from the maze of disturbing memories, or are they memories? Could they be future prognostications or a mind made mad from powers he has yet to learn to control? How can one tell if we are in his reality or in his head? It’s not easy to watch, you need to give it your utmost attention to keep up. I usually put down my kindle to watch this being if you play games etc while watching it, you will likely need to re-watch it again.
He acts as both a force for light as well as dark at the same time in different ways. This is definitely a different type of ‘superhero’ show, and a break from all those others DC or Shield wise. (Where do I get that psychotic bedtime story book?)
I would give a Binge worthy but the way the shows plays out, Your head might explode after watching 2-3 episodes in a row if you do!
The half hour Comedy stars Jenna Elfman, Stephen Schneider,Nicholas Coombe, Matreya Scarrwener, Erica Tremblay and last but not least the voice of Imaginary Mary… Rachel Dratch.
The coming attractions would have me laughing when Bunny (the youngest daughter) walks into the mail box and Mary yells “You broke it” and as many times as that came on, it still tickled and made me laugh.
The premise as you may already know is Alice (Elfman) is dating Ben who decides he wants her to meet the kids. With this her old imaginary friend Mary pops back into her life so she can deal. Imaginary Mary, is cute and funny but I find her to be a little of a bad influence on Alice…but realy… can you be a bad influence on your own self?!
Bunny the little one, is so cute and too sweet she gives me that ate too much candy on Halloween sort of tooth ache. I think you’ll just want to give her a big hug.
At first the kids want nothing to do with Alice, though the son Andy does go to her to ask for advice like in the third episode as he wants to audition for the school play…Grease. His father is concerned as Andy gets really down on himself everytime his expectations are not met. The father eats his feelings worse than some of us women do! I can understand having some icecream after a break up to cool you down (from possibly making an ass of yourself) but why eat your feelings when if you have a shot or just get blitzed with a few drinks you wouldn’t be putting on the calories? (Plus the added incentive of a possible puke fest afterwards to rid more calories) and NO i’m not saying you should do this… you should find a ‘healthy’ way to deal like a workout, a punching bag, writing etc. My ‘therapy’ hobby is usually some form of crafts. Also writing.
The first 1 or 2 episodes I watched one after the other, (on our free on demand channel) and I’d say its definitely bingeable. I think I have a few episodes to catch up with as well (I always forget what day or station it’s on) which is ABC
So definitely give it a chance I think you’ll have a few laughs.
10pm (est) NBC stars Clive Standen (Vikings) Jennifer Beals , Gaius Charles (IMDB)
Taken the tv series is a prequel to the movie series, that made Liam Neeson an action star in his mid-50s.
Its the origin story of Liam Neeson’s Taken movie character Bryan Mills. to which we meet at 35 years of age, a former green beret and yes ladies the character is single! Although it’s a genesis series depicting the evolution of the character, it does take place in present time, and how the hero became the hero, before he had the full ‘particular set of skills’
Star Clive Standen a martial arts master who is best known as Rollo in the History series Vikings first had to shed some of his bulk of Rollo’s 220 pounds before filming.
Besides the trailers I was able to see the opening scene before the premier of the show, and between the two it looked like it was worth a watch (even if you are not in Vikings withdrawal) and a good action show. The first movie was pretty cool but then there were the sequels.
I thought to give this a try even though I’m not big on procedural shows, if you’d call this that. To me there are already too many cop dramas on in various forms and I normally save mine for Wednesday & Friday nights, in Lethal Weapon and Hawaii 5-0. That later for me is a 1 hour vacation of beautiful landscapes and I don’t have to pay to travel for. I like the 5-0 chemistry, especially Dan-O and McGerrit they crack me up when they start to argue. There’s also the chemistry of Lethal Weapon’s characters, and like Hawaii 5-0 its not all seriousness. Yes they are very similar and why
I gave a chance to APB, because I wanted to see what it would be like with the cutting edge technology in it. Would it be full drama, or would we have some funny moments like with Hawaii 5-0 and Lethal Weapon.
As far as the first episode goes, there was the drama of Precinct 13 not having the funding they need to do their jobs so it’s an incredibly bad area. Billionaire Gideron buys the precinct, and when the APB app comes out, the war on crime takes a turn in the cops direction.
(why isn’t there an app like this in real life? I mean you can’t always make a verbal call, especially when a text won’t get you shot! Just make sure you put your phone on silent mode if they haven’t seen you yet!)
Wow those cops fight great! They don’t fight like the cops on any other show, that looked like there was some martial arts thrown in. Oh yea and fast choreography. So we not only have some cool fast fight scenes, chase scenes as well. I do like those jackets but I thought they were fully bullet proof. Also they look a lot more comfortable and moveable in.
After watching a few weeks (it takes the time slot of Lucifer which I think had its season finale) I find the angle of the technology in it interesting.
Its a crime of the week sort so I wouldn’t call it binge worthy, but should definitely watch the first 3-4 episodes.