Monthly Archives: September, 2020

Madden Me Crazy

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Madden Me Crazy

Season 11 of The Walking Dead will be the last of the original series with several spin-offs planned. We both felt that the series should have ended on a high note prior to this…

Hayley Orrantia from The Goldbergs gives a tour of the COVID-19 protocols that are in place for many television shows that have gotten the green-light to being filming

Alyssa Milano grew up before our eyes back in the 1980’s

She claims that COVID-19 caused her hair to fall out

Reboots are continuing, this one may be interesting. We will see if Leslie Jones will keep it clean (unlike Alec Baldwin’s take on Match Game)…

Madden 21 is coming out with the addition of Colin Kapernick (boo!), Dan the Man had a great idea to make available previous Madden rosters from years past compatible so parents can get nostalgic with their kids…

Here’s what the NFL is doing to “tackle” COVID-19

Television actor replacements the networks thought we wouldn’t notice

Justim Flom is popular on Instagram/TikTok for pranks, this is a good one with his girlfriend and a stapler

Sunday Cinema – “21 Jump Street”

School has started for kids around the country, some in-person while others are learning remotely from home. For this month we thought we would travel back to the halcyon days of cliques/friends/crushes/homework associated with school.

“21 Jump Street” helped to launch the career of Johnny Depp in the late 1980’s. A show about a group of young-looking undercover cops infiltrating local high schools, it spawned a reboot and 2 major motion pictures (the latter starring Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill).

The company who apparently owns the rights to the television show posted the first episode online. It is a two-parter, here is the second episode.

Sunday Cinema – “Square Pegs”

School has started for kids around the country, some in-person while others are learning remotely from home. For this month we thought we would travel back to the halcyon days of cliques/friends/crushes/homework associated with school.

“Square Pegs” was an attempt to create a teen dramedy utilizing contemporary music of the early-1980’s to cash in on the rising MTV generation. With the theme song by The Waitresses and starring Sarah-Jessica Parker, the show tells the tale of two “outcasts” hoping to become popular by any means necessary.

This episode entitled, “A Cafeteria Line” finds the high school’s most-popular couple on the outs because a school musical.

Someone posted a watchable copy online for you to check out…