He has returned!
Look, let’s not waste time with particulars. You’ve heard the stories, seen the interviews, chose your side. Moron Life, from day one, has always been team Coco. So, with that being said, tonight’s the night that Conan O’Brien returns to late night TV as Conan debuts tonight on TBS at 11pm/1opm c. So let your voice be heard and do yourself a favor by witnessing the return of a late night comedy hero.
Comedy Triple Threat Match!
by Lon Lopez.
Fall means many things. Yeah, yeah, yeah, the leaves and the colors and all that, but to TV nerds like me it means new episodes of some of our favorite comedies.
Moron Reality: Reality for All !
Reality TV Report by Jason Beymer The recent influx of bad reality TV makes this moron a happy boy. Yes, VH1 still owns me with its dating shows, B-list celebrities, and internet porn stars, but TruTV is quietly monopolizing my DVR. I’ve compiled a list of new favorites. This could change any moment; I’m fickle […]
LOST Week: The End
Well folks, this is the end. The LOST finale airs this Sunday on ABC and although it’s been a bumpy ride, it’s going to be hard to say goodbye. In honor of the show’s passing this week, we’ve been doing posts in tribute to this crazy little island, survivor, black smoke monster, TV phenom. […]
LOST Week: Day Two
LOST Week is upon us and in celebration of the TV phenom’s final week on the air we bring you part 2 of our highlights from the Comic Con 2009 Panel. We had really close seats and was able to get a good view of the awesomely entertaining show. Look for some special appearances […]
Comic Con 2009: Celebrity Slide Show
Photos by David Tapia One of the biggest draws of Comic Con today has to be the big name, Hollywood stars that come to visit the convention. Whether it be an actor from one of your favorite TV shows or the cast of an upcoming summer blockbuster, fans clamor to catch a glimpse of the […]
Watch TV This Week!
Weekly preview by Lon Lopez With the coming of the fall, we have lots to look forward to. The days getting shorter, the nights getting longer, the colors of the leaves, changing from new to old, and of course, the new fall schedule of programming on all the major networks. And thanks especially to […]
Disaster Movie Review
By Lon Lopez
Disaster Movie opens Aug. 29 and in it the movie proclaims that particular date to bring the end of the world. With any luck it will bring the end of this chain of unentertaining and unfunny attempts at parody from writer/director team Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer ( Date Movie, Epic Movie, Meet the Spartans). Disaster Movie itself is a disaster of a film and barely scrapes together a cognitive narrative to hold a movie together, so for that reason, I’m not even going to write a coherent review. So for your reading pleasure, the rest of this review will be a list of thoughts I had about Disaster Movie…
Alan Tudyk’s New (Un-named) Pilot
Television Pilot Review by Tabitha Grace Smith What? Taping of Pilot Starring Alan Tudyk (Wash from Firefly) Where? Burbank, CA What? This new untitled comedy from the creators of “Will & Grace” revolves around two men – one straight, one gay – who are lifelong best friends and business partners. Both of them are in […]
The Middleman — “Balls out Weird”
by Clay Robeson One thing that has always fascinated me about theater, and later, video production, was the actual PRODUCTION process. It’s one of those things that, as a child, you imagine is filled with secrecy in order to protect ritual and magic– but later you realize that it’s actually filled with secrecy to protect […]