Select Page

Saturday Cartoons: Fractured Fairy Tales

Fractured Fairy Tales | Switchpak Poison Death Apples! Fractured Fairy Tales were Saturday morning cartoons – called segments or shorts – that appeared during The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The show appeared on network television from 1958 to 1973, and most older Gen Xers will recall...

Read More

Room 222 Karen Valentine Look Alike

Anthony Ramirez, a reporter for the Las Vegas Sun, has written an article, Teachers on the front lines offer solutions to fix troubled schools. Quoted in the article is a school superintendent from Clark County, Nevada: “I concur that the we seem to OD on tests,” Rulffes said in an e-mail message,...

Read More

It’s Not You, It’s Me: MTV Quits Generation X

Earlier this week, Van Toffler, the president of MTV told a gathering of the Hollywood Television and Radio Society that his cable television network was pushing Generation X out. I have a news flash for Toffler. We dumped the network a long time ago. TwentyFourBit writes: We’ve known for years...

Read More

Darla From The Little Rascals

 Given the fact Valentine’s Day is just a few days away, I thought this collection of love songs featuring Darla Hood of The Little Rascals (Our Gang) would be fitting for the weekly Wednesday After School Special. I loved the Little Rascals as a kid and I swear I wanted to be Darla....

Read More

Fred Flintstone Smoking and Wilma Mowing The Lawn

Fred: They work so hard, Barney. Barney: Yeah, I hate to see them work so hard. Fred: Yeah, me, too. Let’s go around back where we can’t see them. I didn’t really like The Flinstones as a kid. Wilma and Fred were always grumpy or naggy; the men were generally dumb or lazy; Barney was way too short...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest