November 8, 2007
Downloaded singles 1.Kiss Kiss, Chris Brown featuring T-Pain 2.Apologize, Timbaland featuring OneRepublic 3.Bubbly, Colbie Caillat 4.Crank That (Soulja Boy), Soulja Boy Tell 'Em 5.No One, Alicia Keys[ITUNES (NOV. 5)] Downloaded albums 1.Blackout (bonus track version), Britney Spears 2.Carnival Ride, Carrie Underwood 3.Raising Sand, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss 4.Avenged Sevenfold, Avenged Sevenfold 5.Coco, Colbie Caillat[ITUNES (NOV. 5)] Downloaded TV episodes 1.Imaginationland Epiosde III, Family Guy 2.Kung Fu Fighting, Grey's Anatomy 3.Imaginationland Episode II, Family Guy 4.Imaginationland, Family Guy 5.My Own Worst Enemy, Scrubs[ITUNES (NOV.
February 1, 2009
Family Guy 6 p.m. [Ch. 45] You can watch this and still make Super Bowl kickoff. It's a football-themed show, with Peter joining the New England Patriots. Tom Brady voices the cartoon version of himself. Bill Belichick supplies the lead voice on a stirring musical number. OK, he should have.
May 16, 2005
The family sitcom isn't dead. It's more animated than ever -- and speaking to a new generation of young viewers like never before with such series as Fox's Family Guy. That's the word from the world of prime-time television as CBS prepares to air the last episode of Everybody Loves Raymond tonight. The finale of the highly rated traditional series about the family ties of a middle-aged sportswriter named Ray Barone (Ray Romano) has led some to wonder whether it marks the end of broadcasting's oldest prime-time genre, where middle-class families solve problems with heart-to-heart talks and shared laughter.
February 19, 2010
This week, we discovered that renting the makes-you-too-scared-to-go-outdoors "Cabin Fever" is not the best way to get over cabin fever. So instead we spent our time collecting the best stories pop culture threw down. Here's our week in review: MOST WELCOME RETURN: Sade, which sold 500K copies of comeback album Soldier of Love in its first week. Also, we learned that Sade is the name of the band and not just the lead singer, a fact that eluded us for 20 years. BEST THING WE SAW ALL WEEK: Photo essay "How to properly enjoy Ed Hardy wine" on thechive.
May 13, 2007
It's time for another installment of links and ephemera found floating around the blogosphere in recent days. Be careful not to take any of these too seriously. To do so would be to miss the point of this column and of blogging in general: The Condiment Packet Museum www.clearfour.com/condiment/ As the name suggests, you'll find photos of hundreds of packets of condiments here, including all the staples of fast-food adornments: ketchup, mustard, relish, soy sauce, mayo and more. -- Found on Kottke.
January 31, 1999
Network television is in the midst of a major toon-up. There are already more cartoons in prime time than ever before, and the number will double by the time the season ends in May.Last week, we saw the successful launch of "Dilbert" on UPN. Tonight, after the Super Bowl in one of the great showcases of network TV, Fox will debut yet another animated series, "Family Guy." Earlier in the month, Fox premiered "The PJs" from Eddie Murphy, which quickly became one of the most-talked-about shows of the year.