The title and the review is for Brothers and Sisters. The title should be "'Rednecks and Broomsticks"
did you know that in the episode were crusty has a new burger made from "mother nature". in that episode you can see the products come from a farm made from norwegian imigrents 100 years ago and the name of that farm is "ogdenville" and in norwegian that means "and the wild one" or as we say here in norway "og den ville" haha! how funny isn't that?! do some one of you think they asked some one who speaks norwegian if they could come up with some fun name for that farm??! really cool anyway! haha! i was in shok when he said norwegian imigrents! it's not ofthen you hear about us norwegians in a well known cartoon! =D NICE!!
Can't wait for Simpsons to come out.
Nominations have now closed. The top 10 worst parents have been determined, so come vote for the ultimate worst TV parents! Happy Parents' Day: Vote for TV's Ultimate Worst Parents! In honor of Sunday's Parents' Day and a great, but non-winning category from the SideReel Flunkies , we want to know who you think qualify as the worst parents on TV! From the neglectful and self-obsessed parents of Family Guy , The Simpsons , or Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill to those who raise some just plain awful children like on The Secret Life of The American Teenager ... or to the seriously manipulative and evil parents on shows like Heroes , who do you think make for some of the worst TV parents? In the comments below, nominate the parents you love to hate or love for being so utterly ridiculous (since thank goodness it isn't real life)! The top 10 parents nominated will go on to a round of voting to determine the worst parent(s) on TV. If you want to see your favs or most hated take the win, feel free to comment noting parents already nominated, plus add any others you'd like to the list. Go forth and bash some parents!!
As we celebrate our own dads, granddads, and father-figures this weekend for Father's Day, it's only right to give our favorite TV dads some appreciation too! Afterall, they've taught us many a lesson our dads were trying to teach while we were too engrossed in the TV to hear, and have kept us laughing, smiling, and shedding a few tears over the years. So, we want your nominations for your favorite TV dads, then we'll have a friendly Father's Day duke-out where the dads nominated will then have to compete for your votes as the top favorite TV dad on SideReel! Comment below telling us your favorite TV dads, and feel free to list as many as you want, plus list someone already noted by another Reeler. Nominations will be accepted Wednesday (6/17) through Friday morning (6/19), then we'll begin the duke-out voting round for SideReel's favorite dad that will run Friday through Sunday. Go forth and nominate!
In light of the announcement that Futurama has been officially reborn , the previous resurrection of Family Guy , and the recent renewal of The Simpsons , the longest running show in primetime history, for 2 more seasons , it makes me wonder - are cartoons the most savable TV shows? Now of course this becomes an issue of the obvious in that you can't very well resurrect another favorite show like Friends years later because the actors have moved on, they've gotten older, and they can't hold up the same sort of storylines that were entertaining when the show started. But all those facts seem to point to that when a show has been canceled too soon like in the cases of Family Guy , Futurama , Firefly , Arrested Development , Jericho , Moonlight , Pushing Daisies , Life and oh so many more, are the only ones we can really have hope for the cartoons that could be brought back relatively easily at any time? For instance, Jericho returned quickly after big fan efforts, but couldn't sustain itself with viewership and interest, but do you expect another show like Firefly could have done better for itself if it were brought back? Also, in fan efforts including our own Cancellation Buzz , we were able to help out in saving shows we love like Chuck - but like Jericho, this was saved during cancellation rumors and/or directly after original cancellation. So are cartoons our only canceled favorites for which we can carry a torch of hope for more than a few months (or even moments) after their cancellation? Share your thoughts! Related Stories: It's official: 'Futurama' is Reborn! Exxxcellent! Fox Renews The Simpsons for Two More Seasons FOX Orders More Cleveland UPDATED Cancellation Buzz: What's Renewed, Canceled & TBD for Freshman Shows? Geek Week: Great But Canceled Geek Shows Quirky Characters Week: Quirktastic but Canceled
The simpsons episodes haave been up and down for me latly and i feel they could be doing so much better. However the past 3 episodes or at least this last episode was soo funny for me i even osted this half way through watching it. I think the simpsons are now getting back on track. Its good to see such a beloved show rising back to the top. TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK!
Anyone else like the parody of Weezer's "Beverly Hills" ?
Prison Break returns for its final season Friday, so thinking of those rough and tumble Prison Break brothers reminds us of plenty more of our favorite TV siblings from those with the best friendships to those with the worst rivalries. Some of these rivalries are knee-slapping hilarious, and some are as serious as a battle for saving the world! Here are our fav sibling rivalries, so of these and any we left out, who's the best sibling rivalry? Heroes - Peter & Nathan Arrested Development - Michael, Gob, Lindsay Friends - Ross & Monica One Tree Hill - Lucas & Nathan It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Dee & Dennis The Simpsons - Bart & Lisa Family Guy - Meg & Chris Grey's Anatomy - Meredith & Lexie Dirty Sexy Money - Patrick, Karen, Brian, Jeremy Brotherhood - Michael & Tommy That 70's Show - Eric & Laurie Everybody Loves Raymond - Raymond & Robert
For those of you who aren't familiar with the term, "Jumped the Shark," it's a colloquialism used to "denote that point in a TV show or movie series' history where the plot veers off into absurd story lines or out-of-the-ordinary characterizations, particularly for a show with falling ratings apparently becoming more desperate to draw viewers in." ( Wikipedia ) Some shows that are considered to have "jumped the shark," are listed below, not including those already listed and getting some great discussions going on our list of top 10 shows that have jumped the shark: Top 10 Shows that "Jumped the Shark," Part 1 Top 10 Shows that "Jumped the Shark," Part 2 So when, if at all, do you think the following shows jumped the shark? At what particular point or with what completely ridiculous plotline did these shows take the leap into absurdity? Happy Days That 70's Show The X-Files South Park The Simpsons Alias Buffy The Vampire Slayer Angel One Tree Hill 24 Desperate Housewives Friday Night Lights Ghost Whisperer