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What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
Deadliest Catch gets its title from the fact that crab fishing is the most dangerous job on the planet (the injury rate is close to 100 percent). And that's what makes it good TV.

Posted on April 26, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
These two women knew how to administer a professional Grade A ass-kicking; the only thing missing was the slaughterhouse freezer with sides of beef hanging from huge hooks and one of them snarling at the camera, "I predict . . . pain."

Posted on April 21, 2007

Ab-Doer Xtreme

Targets all four sides of your waist at the same time. I guess that's the Xtreme part.

Posted on April 20, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
There's one one drawback to our closest relative in the evolutionary chain, the chimpanzee: They'll chew off your face and hands, and rip off your balls too.

Posted on April 12, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
For the practitioners of wingsuit flying, nothing spells excitement more than a surprise mid-air game of chicken with a corporate jet.

Posted on April 11, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
Only four Micro Ventures episodes were made because it was educational and, well, those five TV minutes could be better spent selling boatloads of cereal to sugar-deprived kids. In last night's episode, Dad, the kids, and the Dells Duck they ride in shrink to escape getting eaten by a largemouth bass with a Tommy Bartlett Water Show bumper sticker stuck to it. En route they learn all sorts of swell things about pond frogs.

Posted on April 10, 2007

Russ Dalbey's Winning in the Cash Flow Business

Wait, would I have to share the pool with the rest of these people?

Posted on April 9, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Scott Buckner
Sons of Hollywood covers the daily lives of housemates Sean Stewart (son of singer Rod), Randy Spelling (son of TV producer Aaron), and David Weintraub (son of, uh, nobody famous). It's just what you think it would be like.

Posted on April 5, 2007

What I Watched Last Night

By Steve Rhodes
Poor casting decisions and sensitive character-building killed the magic that produced such classic M*A*S*H episodes as "Adam's Ribs" and "The Incubator."

Posted on April 3, 2007

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POLITICS - Trailer: Swing District.
SPORTS - Ryan Pace's Narratives Are Killing Us.

BOOKS - Chicago For Dummies.

PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS - The Sears Motor Buggy.


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