Here is an examination of why I feel like Arrested Development's recent return with a trailer is nothing but pandering to its fans, and why it is usually better to leave the audience wanting more.
It’s a very Disney episode of Nerd’s Eye View. Not only does the gang review Wreck-It Ralph, but they also give their opinions on the Mouse’s hostile takeover of Star Wars. The news features some developments on our favorite TV shows. Also included is box office top ten, new releases on DVD/TV/Blu ray, and Guess the Ending. You can check out our past episodes at nevpodcast.com and email us at nevpodcast (at) gmail (dot) com.
Thom watches Planet of the Apes(the real story is how) and continues with Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop. Andrew finds two things wrong with the title of Naked Lunch, wonders if Marge is a better lead to A Streetcar Named Desire and ponders what is happening in Revolver. Matt goes to Metropolis and finds it grand, gets Lost In Translation with Scarlett Johansson and meets some Strangers on a Train. In the news, Arrested Devlopment might be getting big and small screen treatments. Also, box office top ten, new releases and birthdays with a special birthday themed song parody by Thom. Check it all out at nevpodcast.com and send us things at email@example.com
By Andrew Linde
I like sitcoms. I’ll admit it. They’re usually quite funny and often become wonderful returning shows year after year(ignoring those that go on too long). From Seinfeld to the Honeymooners, sitcoms have been a staple on TV in new content and reruns. Yet sometimes, they don’t quite deliver. Take the case of Up All Night.