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Tag Archives: pushing daisies
Sometimes it’s the title that does it for me. I could just read the title of the Pushing Daisies episode and be satisfied. Remember the pilot, Pie-lette? (hee, hee!) When I read last night’s title, Dim Sum Lose Some, I … Continue reading
I think Pushing Daisies started early last night. Or maybe my TIVO started late. At any rate, I came in to the show to see a woman pushing a baby stroller down the stairs. It took me a few minutes … Continue reading
I was going to live-blog this episode of Pushing Daisies. Basically because I’m trying to multi-task. But I guess the inability to do so is one of my bad habits. Speaking of bad habits…did you get tonight’s title pun? Because … Continue reading
ABC is preparing to return to the world of ‘V’ a mini-series and then television series that focused on what like would be like if aliens came to earth. Whereas the the original ‘V’ was an allegory for authoritarian power … Continue reading