Category Archives: Television shows

Top 11 – best SNL Digital shorts

This was without a doubt the biggest pain in the ass post I’ve ever done. F*cking NBC and their damn lawyers have taken almost everything off youtube and Hulu has the absolutely uber gayest region restrictions.
So I did my best in providing video, you’ll have to jump for a couple of them.

11. Andy popping into frame

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Top eleven – Kids shows and cartoons I watched growing up

This was actually one of the harder lists I’ve had to compile. There were some pretty bad ass cartoons in the 80’s and early 90’s. They just don’t make em’ like they used to anymore.

I decided to exempt a couple shows just because they are on another level of awesomeness. They include: X-men the animated series, Dragonball Z, Batman the Animated series, The Justice League and JLA Unlimited, Superman the Animated series, Spiderman the Animated Series, The Simpsons, Beavis and Butt Head and Ren and Stimpy. The last 3 were scewed to a bit of an older generation anyways.

11. My Pet Monster

I remember I got the “My Pet Monster Plush Toy” complete with plastic handcuffs for Christmas one year and all the kids on the street were so jealous. They would come over all the time and beg me to play with them and ask me if they could borrow my toy. No wait, that’s not entirely accurate. What I really meant to say was that I would sit in my room alone having a private tea party with my other dolls as I cuddled with  it and sobbed uncontrollably.

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Top eleven – Shows you’re not watching, but should.

11. Scrubs

Alright. When this show came out I thought it was some ER, Grey’s Anatomy, serious Hospital drama knock- off. Summa-ma-bitch! was I ever wrong. Scrubs is possibly one of the funniest shows I’ve ever seen. I know what your thinking, your a guy, you have big manly balls, how could you ever watch something with Zach Braff? His mooshy sub-par silver screen flops aside, the dude is brilliant on this show. As are all the characters and writing. Even if you don’t like him, Dr. Percival “Perry” Cox (John C. McGinley) and Ken Jenkins who plays Dr. Bob Kelso Chief of Medicine , have some of the funniest and witty back and forth dialog on televison. In addition, as is with anything involving Zach Braff, the music and soundtracks are always stellar and include up and coming, unknown indie bands.

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