Welcome to the fourth DVD voyage of The Love Boat’s Pacific Princess, where the hook-ups are plentiful and the penicillin shots are always free!
Anchors aweigh and get another bottle of bleach: they don’t call it “The Love Boat” for nothing!
Oh, it’s the same alright. Nothing’s changed on The Love Boat this sophomore season except the guest passenger list and the ever-morphing rationalizations for the rampant sexual harassment plaguing the Pacific Princess. And ain’t you glad they left it alone?
It’s Love, American Style on water! Or, Nine Years of Constant Nautical Fornicating and Not One Sexual Harassment Law Suit!
Hey…where do we pull the chute on this entire new world, man?
Just curious: are they masking the dolphins yet? Or has President Grampa Bumbles allowed them to be free again?
“Who’s your boss?”“God.”
“Better cock your pistols.”
“When you were a little boy, did you want to be what you are now?”“No.”“How come, Dad?”“Well, because I guess when I was a little boy, I didn’t know that one day there would be a little boy like you that I would be the father of.”“Is that the most important thing you are? A … Continue reading ‘The Courtship of Eddie’s Father’ (Season 1): Understated performances keep sitcom fresh & touching
Quite simply one of the most satisfying TV Westerns ever created.
A genuine delight.
Don’t you miss the 80s? Don’t they seem like an incredibly free time now?
Screw Gidget—Charlie’s Angels Goes Hawaiian and for five crank it-worthy episodes the fifth and final season of the ABC female detective series is nothing short of a frenzied whack-fest
Hack attack smacks Angels off-track with thwack to Nielsen nut sack!
Business is getting done in this third season of Charlie’s Angels, courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment’s classy Blu-ray Complete Series set.
They’ve apparently 86’d the nipples.
I hate reality TV. But after seeing all the half-naked contestants in promos for Love Island on CBS, I’m gonna give it shot.
It’s been over forty years since CBS’ Dallas, in its sophomore 1978-79 season, moved to Friday nights and started its run as the highest-rated TV series of the first half of the 1980s.
They couldn’t just leave it alone.
Can I eat crow? Yes. I can. Can I admit being wrong? Absolutely. And I was wrong–desperately wrong, Mr. Spelling.