Back in 2012, David listed off his top ten favorite Christmas TV specials, and now, he revisits his original list and follows it all up with a few updated ways in which you can watch these classic specials!
This Halloween, Joey revisits the Cartoon Network miniseries that both scared the crap out of him and made him giggle with glee.
Which episodes from the yellow sponge that won’t quit rank among Joey’s favorites?
Joey talks about deception, fanboy rage, and controversy… as well as the Ghostbusters reboot.
Grab your gear and don’t forget The Rules: this week we’re taking a look at NCIS, the lasagna of police procedurals. Warning: you may want lasagna by the end of this episode.
After seeing Civil War, Joey looks at a TV episode similar to the film that doesn’t get nearly enough attention.
Before criticizing the new Powerpuff Girls reboot, maybe we should look back at the worst the original had to offer.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, spend an evening with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling! One of the weirdest, most ‘80s things you’ve ever seen!
Happy February! It’s time for another character study, and this time, Ursa’s victim is everyone’s favorite honor-seeking burn victim, Prince Zuko of the Fire Nation from Avatar: The Last Airbender
In Joey’s first requested review, he looks at what some consider to be the strangest thing on Adult Swim… and that’s saying a lot.
Gene Hunt and Life on Mars: why do we love them? This week: dark twisted fantasies, destroying the Daily Mail view of the world, and the freedom to be the jerk you always wanted to be.
Renegado reviews the original, unaired pilot of Rebecca Sugar’s Steven Universe.
More like United They’re Bland, am I right?
More like “Teen Titans No!“, hah! Hear what Joey has to say about this seemingly popular series on Cartoon Network.
Thomas discusses the mystery TV programs of the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, including Campion and The Last Detective.
Sofie reviews the new Studio Ghibli anime Ronia the Robber’s Daughter, based on the book by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, which makes her happy to see something from her childhood appearing again and being treated with so much respect.
A look at the Cadfael television series that aired on ITV in the UK from 1994-1998, as well as some notes regarding how Cadfael relates to role playing games.
The Animated Heroine concludes her countdown with her top five favorite animated shows.