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Five TV Bad Dads We Could All Do Without

Bad DadsThere were a lot of good fathers on television throughout the years.  They loved their children. They always had the right thing to say to cheer them up or give them the ambition to try harder.  These are the fathers we all strive to have.  And then there is this group of dads that are as far from ideal.  Well, they all can’t be Howard Cunningham or Jack Arnold from the Wonder Years.  Count your lucky stars if your father isn’t in this group!  Who are the worst fathers you can think of from television?  Feel free to post them here because I know I didn’t get all of them! Read more…

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Posted by Jimm - June 18, 2011 at 10:05 am

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All About Flo. The Hot, Progressive Insurance Girl.

Whether you love her or hate her, Flo, the Progressive Insurance company girl is an icon of popular culture.  Who is she? Where did she come from?  How is it that she can be so annoying, yet so compelling?  I had to find out more about her, so here are five things you may not have known about this perky, upbeat sales woman: Read more…

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Posted by Jimm Fowler - April 30, 2010 at 9:49 pm

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My Five Best TV Shows 2008

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1. Mad Men (AMC)
Set in New York City, Mad Men begins in the early 1960s at the fictional Sterling Cooper advertising agency on New York City’s Madison Avenue. The show centers on Don Draper (Jon Hamm), a high-level advertising creative director, and the people in his life in and out of the office. It also depicts the changing social mores of 1960s America.

 

 

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2. Big Bang Theory (CBS)
The Big Bang Theory concerns two male Caltech prodigies in their twenties, one an experimental physicist (Leonard) and the other a theoretical physicist (Sheldon), who live across the hall from an attractive blond waitress with show-biz aspirations (Penny).

 

3. Battlestar Galactica (Sci-Fi)
In a distant part of the universe, a civilization of humans live on a series of planets known as the Twelve Colonies. In the past, the Colonies have been at war with a cybernetic race known as the Cylons. With the help of a human named Baltar, the Cylons launch a sudden ambush on the Colonies, laying waste to the planets and devastating their populations. The handful of human survivors flee into space aboard any spacecraft they can reach. Of all the Colonial Fleet, the Battlestar Galactica appears to be the only military capital ship that survived the attack. Under the leadership of famed military leader Commander Adama, the Battlestar Galactica and its crew take up the task of leading the small fugitive fleet of survivors into space in search of a fabled refuge known as Earth.


4. Lost (ABC)
Lost follows the lives of plane crash survivors on a mysterious tropical island, after a commercial passenger jet flying between Sydney, Australia and Los Angeles, United States crashes somewhere in the South Pacific. Each episode typically features a primary storyline on the island as well as a secondary storyline from another point in a character’s life, though other time-related plot devices change this formula in later episodes.

 

5. Chuck (NBC)
The series is about an “average computer-whiz-next-door” who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend now working in the CIA; the message embeds the only remaining copy of the world’s greatest spy secrets into Chuck’s brain.  After a two-month “Save Chuck” campaign mounted by fans, Chuck was renewed for a third season with a thirteen-episode order.

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Posted by Jimm Fowler - June 10, 2009 at 9:04 pm

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