Holidays, as joyous as they may be overall, are too often the worst days for television addicts like me. Outside of parades, meaningless sports events, and movies centered around the theme of the occasion, there is little of interest to watch. Fortunately, one of my favorite cable channels airs a marathon of one of the old time classic shows from my childhood.
Sitcom Characters Who Fear They Have Been Cursed With Bad Luck By Doug Poe Arriving on the doorstep yesterday was a small package that looked eerily like the one which had come just a few weeks before. It, too, was addressed to my daughter, so I brought it in and placed it on her bed. When she arrived home and…Read More
Sitcom Characters Who Claimed To See UFOs By Doug Poe It was not your stereotypical unidentified flying object, insomuch as it was neither circular nor moving in the upper echelons of space. Still, the thing sort of mystified me when I beheld it in the small gravel parking lot for the local mountain bike trail. I was vaguely familiar with…Read More
Nine Classic Books Mentioned In Seinfeld Episodes By Doug Poe For a show that was promoted as being about nothing, the sitcom Seinfeld sure did touch on many different issues. The most well-known themes involved relationship troubles, problems with co-workers, and learning how to live peacefully among the many eccentric citizens of New York City. One of the often overlooked…Read More