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    Game: Same Title, Different Tune

    Tragedy - Thomas Wayne & The DeLons Tragedy - Paul McCartney (and Wings) Tragedy - The Brothers Gibb (Shouldn't it be the Bees Gee????) Tragedy - Hanoi Rocks Sailing - Rod Stewart Sailing - Christopher Cross (He's singing with N'Sync, whom covered it much later.)
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    Same Name, Different Song - er, ah, I mean, Movie

    My Blue Heaven (1950) - Betty Grable and Dan Dailey have decided to try adoption. Their third movie together. My Blue Heaven (1990) - Steve Martin is a former mobster recently inducted into the Witness Protection Program. He is under the watchful eye of Rick Moranis.
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    The Twilight Zone

    Still disappointed that SyFy doesn't show the marathon anymore. My package does not include Decades.
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    Toonami: Anime for Insomniacs

    Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic) reviews the classic Toonami lineup, including that one show about the hamster.
  5. Remember when Netflix was seen as the "backup" or last resort when cable TV passed??? Now, cable channels are picking up canceled Netflix shows.
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    Celebrity Family Feud

    Oops, sorry, I didn't bother with a big "preview" spoiler this year, folks. OK, and we're back. Right now, it's Tiegen and Legend vs. Team Vanderpump. Lots and lots of celebrity families are waiting in the wings. Who are you most excited to see this year???
  7. Finally some news that will make Donald Trump truly smile.......... This summer, Comedy Central will roast Alec Baldwin. In addition to making fun of each other, the "roasters" will then spend just as much time making fun of Billy and Daniel before finally making one or two jokes about him.
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    Jaws (1975): 40 anniversary special release! (2 days only)

    I keep telling people "That production company is called that because of a quote from JAWS." They keep doubting me; maybe because they are now using a logo that pays homage to "The Usual Suspects"; a while back they actually did have a logo that "showed" that scene.
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    Jem and the Holograms (2015)

    So, this almost happened............. Could you imagine a movie where "The Rock" teams up with a CGI robot and this sad excuse for a JEM incarnation???? With the success of the MCU, and DC planning their DCEU, plus talk of the Godzilla universe as well. Jon Chu (the director of this crap movie) had visions of............. a HASBRO live-action movie universe!!!!!!! In case you still haven't heard, there are subtle "easter eggs" throughout the various HASBRO cartoons from the 80's that many fans are using to claim that The Transformers, GI Joe, and JEM actually live in the same reality. Apparently, a news reporter named Hector Ramirez can be seen in episodes of GI Joe, Transformers and JEM. Meanwhile, in the comic book front, there was a "weird" story in which SYNERGY was an alien artificial intelligence that needed Jerrica's help to compose the "Music of the Spheres", while they both would aid GI Joe, The Transformers, M.A.S.K., Action Man, and even Stretch Armstrong(!??!!???) So, yeah, the idea of JEM and the Holograms working with GI Joe and the Transformers is not so ridiculous as you might think. We can now only imagine a reality with a JEM movie done right, where a team-up movie would occur afterward, where SYNERGY would help the Autobots and GI Joe.
  10. I remember back in the 80's, I constantly saw dozens of young teens and even some children singing the infamous song about masturbation, "Relax (Don't Do It)" by Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Weird Al even put a "snip" of that song (including the lyric) in one of his polka medleys. I kept thinking to myself back then "You people are aware that he is NOT saying "C-O-M-E, right???"
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    The Weird Al Yankovic Topic

    It appears as though Weird Al will be a panelist for at least one episode of "To Tell The Truth". (I think that's him at the 13 second mark when they show the four panelists). Maybe he will be on some of the other shows as well. Previous summers have had some celebrities "jump" from one show to the other and appear on several. ABC (as usual) is very sparse with details.
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    S07.E01: The Further Adventures

    or six busts of Margaret Thatcher. I cheered a little bit as well when that happened. It's about time this show remembered that it is VAGUELY based on a well-famous literary character.
  13. Over a decade ago, they actually had a show (that only aired seven episodes)................ It was called "The Rerun Show". It had a cast of people who would attempt to portray the cast of a classic TV show every week. (An actress would portray Samantha from Bewitched one week, then Kelly from SBTB next week) and they would have "special appearances" each week as well. Sometimes "they" would even portray their original characters (Seeing Bonaduce walking around on his knees pretending to be his 8 year old self was a hoot)
  14. Just my two cents, but I never cared for hardly any show that had a "out of control" studio audience, aka one that was constantly screaming, and "woo"-ing every time someone came on stage or did or said something. Other shows that come to mind are "Married", the TGIF shows (and these Disney shows now-a-days), and the Saturday Teen NBC shows (SBTB, of course, being the most famous). I really don't like "laugh-track" shows constantly telling me when I should laugh at something (especially when it is not funny most of the time) and these shows that have an "out of control" studio audience are even more annoying.
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    S06.E22: Crazy Hair and a Teeny Tiny Part of Canada

    "I have seen drier days on Ferenginar; and we have 178 different words for rain. Right now it's glemmening out there." --- Quark (ST:DS9 ) "Let He Who Is Without Sin........" One day it started raining, and it didn’t quit for four months. We been through every kind of rain there is. Little bitty stingin’ rain… and big ol’ fat rain. Rain that flew in sideways. And sometimes rain even seemed to come straight up from underneath. Shoot, it even rained at night… ---- Forrest Gump