What makes the ABC comedy The Middle so relatable is the characters. No single one is more important than another. It’s the family unit as a whole where we truly see a little of ourselves. Wednesday’s episode, Hecking Order, really hit home with me. During… Read More »The Middle – Season 3, Episode 2: Hecking Order
According to a story on Deadline.com, Disney has hired one of Hollywood’s most successful funnymen of the last few years to turn a Japanese romantic comedy comic book into a film appropriate for American audiences. Robert Ben Garant, who with his writing partner Thomas Lennon… Read More »Disney adapting Japanese Manga “Tuxedo Gin” for American Audiences
Patrick Warburton spoofs the ride safety spiel that is so common on every roller coaster or e-ticket attraction, including “Soarin’” which features a ride safety spiel from Warburton himself. Rollercoaster Safety with Patrick Warburton – watch more funny videos You’ll also find Patrick Warburton as… Read More »Patrick Warburton spoofs the Ride Safety Spiel
We received the sad news yesterday that Disneyland legends and Golden Horseshoe Revue stars Wally Boag and Betty Taylor passed away within one day of each other. Today Disney released a series of vintage pictures from the attraction’s glory days, which I’m happy to be able to share with you:
I’ve also embedded a few more videos below the jump:
Ed: I’d like to welcome guest author Adam Britten who reviews the most recent episode of ABC’s hit show Modern Family:
Every time that Modern Family takes a few weeks off, I feel like I’m missing something. The family was back this week, and they were back with another bang. One of the best parts of this episode is that it brought out a lot of previously unseen character pairings that were very pleasant. Nathan Lane returns to add some flair to Boys’ Night, delivering the kind of quality I’ve grown to expect from the series.
Mitchell and Cameron are going out for an evening with their friends, and Haley offers to babysit Lily. She’s bored because she’s grounded. While the guys are out, Cameron calls Haley because he’s seen a guy walk through the living room. (He saw it on his phone, but through the open laptop on the counter. I love how Modern Family throws in tech-inspired things like that.) Of course, it’s Dylan. Haley throws a fit saying that Cameron was accusing her of something, and she makes Dylan leave. But he leaves behind his shoes. Busted.
Brodie is a illustrator, comedy writer, and Disney fan. He runs the excellent tribute site WorldFamousJungleCruise.com. Brodie has decided to take on Disney’s Princess divas and re-imagine them as superheroes drawing inspiration from super-fashions of around the same time their animated movies came out. The… Read More »Princess Superheroes
This week’s episode of Modern Family was, in my opinion, the funniest one yet! The proud-of-his-Colombian-heritage child, Manny, wants to wear an oversized poncho to school, and his mother wants to let him, yet his stepfather (Ed O’Neill) teases him to no end. New parents… Read More »Are you watching Modern Family yet?