The discussion over Scooby-Doo ended in the determination that Scooby is not the sidekick so much as Shaggy is, but really, it’s an ensemble effort.
“I know it wasn’t too dark because I shot it.”
Or—and I know this is a weird idea—we’re not the Borg, and different staffers have different ideas about Whedon, and have repeatedly expressed them on this very site. Some of us have written newswires that are easily found with a Google search expressing enthusiasm about his new show. But feel free to ignore that and…
I always get accused of being a monster who grades way too harshly, so I’d like to thank you for this charge of inflation, Hal.
Everything about Josie & The Pussycats will always be the best of just about anything.
Actually, no: We specify quite clearly that this is just the prize winnings for regular Jeopardy! competition—excluding precisely the tournaments and special return appearances you’re describing. Yeah, Brad is the top winner overall including all Jeopardy! appearances; but for standard play, it goes Jennings, then…
glad you’re back, clueless neophyte once again.
Good catch, triohead, thanks. Fixed.
Let us never forget that, during the era around Bieber’s SNL hosting gig, he had a “swag coach” who went everywhere with him, and would instruct him on the proper way to do something with “swag”—be it opening a door, say, or ordering a value meal from McDonald’s. So course his swag is now undeniable.
Very true. Unless it was a particularly beloved Permanent Records or something, it was rare to get much discussion going.
Wouldn’t it, though? One of my favorites. Unfortunately legal matters beyond our control put an end to that. Sad fact: It’s very easy to get sued for using an unlicensed song!
You’re absolutely right, Misanthrope. It’s been fixed.
Thanks for reading! Glad you were attentive to the actual points.
Hey ShartWeek, we do album reviews nearly every single Friday. It stopped over the holidays, but will resume shortly.
Here’s a good explanation of 2nd Unit’s role on big Marvel movies: https://film.avclub.com/what-s-it-like-to-be-a-second-unit-director-on-hollywoo-1798280908
I agree, Hap & Leonard was strong as always, but for a number of reasons (the channel it was on, the low-key style) it never managed to find the audience it deserved. Hopefully people will discover it on streaming.
You’re absolutely right. Fixed.
Agreed that’s an excellent alternative option. It’s not TV, but if you’re in the market for movies, that or MST3K are where it’s at.
Yikes. Good to know—I’ll mention it to tech.