Absolutely behind this, 100%! I am also not talking to CBC unless they bring back Relic and Nick and Molly’s Reach.
Whoa! This actually works. Thank you TechCrunch! 1. Get the bookmarklet (http://bit2pixel.com/netflix-god-mode/). 2. Drop it in your bookmark bar. 3. Load Netflix 4. Click the bookmarklet again and it switches from sliders to a grid!
My favorite Arrested Development quote, “there’s always money in the banana stand”.
This is really heartfelt and really funny. Well done Mr. Rogen, well done.
LOS ANGELES — The guitar slinging crooner Phillip Phillips came out on top Wednesday night to take the American Idol crown.
The 21-year-old singer from Leesburg, Ga. was selected over 16-year-old Jessica Sanchez. He received a standing ovation from Idol judges after his Tuesday’s song finale “Home.”
Phillips is Idol’s 11th season winner, making it five times in a row a male performer has been selected.
The decision came after a record high 132 million votes were cast after Tuesday’s final performances.
from Fox 13 News…
So… aside from the fact that you are no longer “busy” two nights of the week; Mikes top five signs Idol is over.
#5. You have begun your annual month-long feeling of emptiness.
#4. The words “dog” and “yo” now revert back to their dictionary meanings for the next eight months.
#3. You swear you’ll bite the head off anyone who says “well, the judges sure wasted that save on Jessica, didn’t they?” at work this morning.
#2. You’re already regretting re-naming your children Joshua, Phillip and Jessica.
#1. You can now watch the kids soccer game without data overages on your phone!!!
Here are the rules for Turn Off The TV Week (aka: Screen-Free Week, next week)
- Turn off the TV and don’t watch it.
- Do not watch TV on the computer.
- Do not watch TV on your phone.
- Important hockey games.
- Unimportant hockey games.
- Other shows and programs that you really like.
I read somewhere that Canadians are spending more time on-line than watching TV.
They say 18 hours a week on the Internet and just 17 hours a week watching TV.
So, there are 168 hours in a week, we sleep 56, work 40, tv and net 35.
That leaves 37 hours a week of nothing?
That does explain why I spend 5.286 hours a day staring off into space wondering what to do next. -Mike
The Bachelor Canada will air this fall! It will be a Canadian version of the hit show and will be shot this spring. Right now they are seeking potential Bachelorettes at CityTV.com/BachelorCanada. Mike’s top five differences between the American Bachelor and the Canadian Bachelor.
#5. We feel the need to spell it with a “u”. B-a-c-h-e-l-o-u-r.
#4. Instead of the host downing Margaritas in between segments, everyone passes around a giant beer.
#3. I don’t think the American version of the show has a Zamboni segment, does it?
#2. Roses cost a lot more up here, so instead, there will be a dandelion ceremony.
#1. Bachelors are selected from a pool of rejected contestants from Canada’s Worst Driver, Canada’s Worst Handyman and Man Tracker. Sorry ladies!
CBC has the TV show The Trouble with Experts on tonight. It’s a new documentary on the talking heads and experts we see on TV all the time. Mike’s top five signs that guy on TV isn’t a real expert.
#5. His top five list only has four items.
#4. He’s says if you order now, he’ll throw in this marvelous set of steak knives for free!
#3. He promises he won’t sell BC Rail or forgets to mention he might institute the HST if re-elected.
#2. Every time he hands you a bill he giggles uncontrollably for a few seconds.
#1. White shoes, white belt – gives it away every time!!