AMC breaks for a commercial halfway through the restaurant scene with Sollozzo. An absolute crime.
I don’t drink much but here’s a Tim McCarver drinking game.
In between reruns of All in the Family and Diff’rent Strokes last night was the most stunning advertisement I’ve seen in a long time.
Since tomato sauce and pasta post-date the Roman Empire, I’ve often wondered what ancient Romans ate. One staple of their cuisine was garum, a fermented fish sauce. Some researchers on a PBS show were trying out a batch of homemade. I have a book a about the rise of sugar as a commodity and its […]
PBS and CBS cameras kept showing a guy in a lavender shirt when the speakers mentioned gay rights issues.
I don’t even recognize half these Red Sox. No wonder they stink. That and Bobby Valentine.
When arriving on a strange planet, the explorers always manage to land within walking distance of the its seat of power.
I vaguely remember this episode of “Too Close For Comfort” but I was probably too young to understand exactly what went down.
My wife told me today that she doesn’t know who Fonzie is.
O Tim McCarver, can every observation you make really be a universal law of nature? How I hate you.
Is that Bob Uecker announcing the play by play? Indeed it is.
It seemed ridiculous to try to explain it myself when Schoolhouse Rock did so with such admirable melody and succinctness way back in 1975.
Spring is coming soon, so it’s well that we’ve come to the end of this winter’s Lost-a-thon.
It might be fun to write reviews of movie reviews.
We finished watching the second season of “Lost” this weekend. I think I’m addicted. Or obsessed. Is there a difference?
The second half of Ken Burns’ “The Tenth Inning” is a depressing two hours of Yankees-bashing.
We got to the second level of the Eiffel Tower for sunset and to the top as the city lights blinked on in the dusk.
Dear TV announcers: “momentum” is for people who have nothing intelligent say about baseball.
We’ve watched half of the first season of Lost. I’ve drawn up some ground rules for the characters.
After watching the original Star Trek and Cosmos, I’ve been reading books about space exploration.