June 13, 2013
30 Rock, Alphas, Awkward, Ben and Kate, Castle, Cougar Town, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, Fringe, Girls, Go On, Happy Endings, Homeland, How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, NTSF:SD:SUV::, Parks and Recreation, Real Husbands of Hollywood, The Americans, The Big Bang Theory, The Goodwin Games, The Newsroom, Veep
It’s time to (belatedly) celebrate the end of the television season by giving out meaningless awards!
Sorry for being so late with this. I’ve been busy with other things and haven’t had much time to reflect on the TV season that just passed. But more importantly, I had a lot of frustrations with TV dramas this past season, which sapped my motivation to do these awards. But this has become somewhat of a tradition at the blog, so despite the drama categories being even thinner than last year (based on what I watched), I’m still going to pick my favourite performers and TV shows. The awards can be found after the jump. More
December 22, 2012
30 Rock, Alcatraz, Alphas, Ben and Kate, Bent, Chuck, Cougar Town, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, Happy Endings, Homeland, New Girl, NTSF:SD:SUV::, Parks and Recreation, The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, The Soup, Veep
Just like every other blogger on the Internet, I can’t resist making year-end lists. This one is the first of many and is about my favourite television shows of 2012. Some of them were funny. Some were suspenseful. And others were just plain weird. But all of them were awesome, in one way or another. The list is after the jump. More
May 31, 2012
2 Broke Girls, 30 Rock, Alcatraz, Alphas, Are You There, Chelsea?, Bent, Bones, Breaking In, Chuck, Cougar Town, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, Free Agents, Fringe, Girls, Happy Endings, Homeland, How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, NTSF:SD:SUV::, Pan Am, Parks and Recreation, Smash, Up All Night, Veep
The 2011-2012 television season came to a close last week with the end of May sweeps, so now it’s time for me to honour the best of what I watched with my annual fake awards show. The only problem is that it’s proving to be a little more difficult than last year. More
January 5, 2012
Last night’s episode of Happy Endings, “The Shrink, the Dare, Her Date and Her Brother,” started off innocuously enough: Brad and Alex were bonding over romcoms; Dave was upset at Penny for dating his therapist; and Max and Jane were busy with some nutty, immature contest. But then, things took a turn for the weird. In between scenes of the clichéd romcom that Brad and Alex were watching, Penny and Dave talked with their respective therapists about their unresolved feelings for each other. Of course, both Penny and Dave denied that such feelings existed, but the end of the episode, complete with the two of them walking through a park with a fountain, just like in the movie Brad and Alex were watching, seemed to indicate that this storyline isn’t over. So, what’s going on? More
September 29, 2011
Internet, Music, Television
Def Glaze Records, Happy Endings, Love to the Power of Love, Steak Me Home Tonight
If you wanted to hear Dave’s song, “Love to the Power of Love,” from this week’s Happy Endings season premiere, check out this hilarious music video:
Also, check out the website for the fictional Def Glaze Records here.
And since I’m posting Happy-Endings-related links, Dave’s food truck, Steak Me Home Tonight, also has a website.