Some eclectic television and movie links for you to try!
Not many current shows on my page - I guess I don't watch that much TV!
One current show I do watch is Survivor.
If you are interested in Reality TV, check out recaps of a lot of the shows on Television Without Pity and Reality News Online. Sometimes reading the recaps is better than watching the show!
The Bugaloos?? Anyone else remember this show? I was IQ for Halloween one year! Terrific website with photos and tons of information.
Are you extremely upset that Captain Kirk was killed off in Star Trek - Generations? Well these folks are - check out the Bring Back Kirk website.
TV Guide Online can show you your local cable or satellite TV listings.
Check out The Q Continuum's main archive. It has reviews of Star Trek shows involving the Q, top ten pick-up lines of the Q and more!
Some other Television links:
Mad About You
The Prisoner Home Page
Cheers Home Page
Highly Illogical (Star Trek fans check this out)
Let's get educational!
This is the web page for C-SPAN, the cable channels that show the Senate and House of Representatives, in addition to other informative programming. This summer they are doing a fairly in-depth program on each of the US presidents, one per week.
For news that doesn't try to be cute, here's the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer from PBS.
And now to the big screen:
Trying to remember the name of a movie, an actor, or a quote? Try the Internet Movie Database - it has tons of information!
This is the official Star Wars site.
The Movie Cliche Page. Villains can never shoot straight - heroes on the other hand can always shoot 10 rounds out of a six-round revolver. Many more fun cliches on this page!
A similar page is The Nitpickers Site - these are specific to individual movies!
Here's a place for general movie info and news on new movies. It's the Movies.com page.
Ever use the moviefone phone number for movie listings? They're online too!
me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last updated June 12, 2004
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