Revisiting classic TV shows on DVD is a joy! Not only do you avoid commercials, but you also get to watch what you want when you want, be it a favorite TV season or a particular episode. It's also a great escape! Many television series in recent years lack creativity and are nowhere near as entertaining as the classics -- no wonder TV networks continue to reboot original shows which should be left alone! So why not add classic (a.k.a. old) TV shows on DVD … [Read more...] about TV Shows On DVD, Blu-ray, & Digital! (For Classic TV Lovers)
UPDATE: I'm quite touched that Gary Sandy himself read this post and shared it on his Facebook page. His comment that he was "quite moved" by it is very much appreciated. Thank you, Gary. Means a lot, and it's a testament to your fine acting! ***** Do you aspire to be a leader at work? Do you wonder what it takes to be considered a leader by others, or how to go about showcasing your leadership skills? Here's a suggestion that doesn't involve … [Read more...] about WKRP In Cincinnati: Andy Travis — Leadership Lessons
For eight glorious seasons (1977-1984), "Three's Company" treated its viewers to episodes filled with numerous pratfalls, innuendos, and, of course, hilarious misunderstandings. Or, in simplest terms, a really good time. That's because everything worked so well together -- from the writing to the acting -- led by the physical comedy genius John Ritter brought to Jack Tripper and Joyce DeWitt's consistently solid performance as level-headed Janet … [Read more...] about Three’s Company Episodes Ranked! (All of them! No misunderstanding!)
Remember when the number of television channels could be counted on two hands? Those days are long gone, as the number of channels now total in the hundreds (and beyond). Ironically, the channels you currently watch the most can STILL probably be counted on two hands. Regardless, cable and satellite TV bills continue to rise. Adding insult to injury: Sometimes channels YOU DON'T WATCH increase their carriage fees to providers...so providers, in turn, … [Read more...] about Don’t Just Cut The Cord: How To Easily Lower Your Cable/Satellite TV Bill!
Every Fall TV season brings about a new round of series premieres for viewer consideration. Sub-par shows will quickly reveal themselves and likely be canceled soon after they debut. And, unfortunately, some quality shows won't catch on or be given a fair chance to find an audience, and they too will ultimately face their demise. To quote Bruce Hornsby, "That's just the way it is. Some things will never change." But now there's yet another Fall TV … [Read more...] about TV Show Reboots Deserve The Boot! (Networks Have Jumped The Shark)