With Valentine's Day just one short week away, stores are filling up with teetering displays of candy, cards, and silly gifts packaged in obnoxiously pink paper and studded with red velvet bows. Whether you're coupled up or not, the saccharine atmosphere can get a little bit overwhelming, and it sure can be tough to get a dinner reservation. We recommend hiding out in your own personal love nest with four great stories about romance--Simpsons style.
Episodes included are "Natural Born Kissers," in which Homer and Marge spice up their marriage with a little exhibitionism; "Large Marge," in which Marge is accidentally given breast implants; "Three Gays of the Condo," in which Homer unwittingly moves into a flamboyantly gay neighborhood when he feels unwanted at home; and "The Way We ...Read more
The simple fact that Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs is cocreating a celebrity reality cooking competition is enough to suggest that we live in a bizzaro world of a madman's making. Now, that world is turning upside down: NBC announced today that the host of Celebrity Cooking Showdown, which premieres April 17, will be Alan Thicke.
Thicke played the nearly perfect TV dad of the Seaver family on the long-running sitcom Growing Pains. Through seven seasons on the family sitcom, Thicke's psychiatrist dad gave advice and prescribed love to his kids struggling through adolescence. After that show ended, he went on to star in his own cleverly titled talk show, Thicke of the Night.
Thicke's cohost on Showdown will be Sandra Lee, host of Semi-Homemade Cooking on The Food Network.
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America Online and Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution are launching a broadband network that will give a new lease on life to a slew of vintage TV series.
Dubbed "In2TV," the network will serve up Welcome Back Kotter, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Pinky and the Brain, and Growing Pains among a host of other Warner-owned shows that viewers can watch in their entirety, for free and on-demand, beginning in January.
Each show is presented with interactive elements, games, competitions and additional content to take advantage of the medium's unique capabilities.
About 14,000 episodes from 300 different series have been cleared to be part of the service, a process that has taken two years, Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution president Eric Frankel said. This represents about a third of the relevant catalog, and more ...Read more