I was watching Scrubs last night, one of my top 5 shows, and at one point, they are watching Sanford and Son and Turk starts singing to Carla, who is annoying him while he is watching the show, to the tune of the theme song. I was laughing so much I missed most of whta he sung. Can anyone help me out?
By the way, last nights episode was awesome. This is the most underrated show on TV.
I think you're an asshole. No, no, let me correct that, an immature asshole. Which is fine, except that you're marrying my daughter and I'm afraid that my grandchildren are gonna be little assholes.
Darn, missed it! While everyone is praising "Arrested Development" as the best comedy in modern television, I believe "Scrubs" runs circles around it. Both are very smart, but AD just seems like it's trying too hard.
AD and Scrubs are IMO the two best comedies on network TV. The genre has almost died out but in the process some of the crap that prevailed during the glut has been weeded out. Thank reality TV for that. I personally barely watched "sitcoms" at all until Scrubs came out and it seemed to spurn a resurgence of good ones. The other ones that I watch are ( in order of my preference) : That '70's Show,Quintuplets, 8 simple rules, What I like About You, Grounded for life,Reba, Listen up, and Still Standing. I tried Joey but between being on against SD and Thursday being my Roller Hockey league night, I gave up on it. Good concept but not really planned well. I actually think Tuesday is good for Scrubs as there is nothing else on that I want to watch then anyway. I just wish AD were on after it then I would be happy and fat. I also just wish 8 simple rules wasn't up against the WB friday night AND Enterprise. But the good news is that ABC just extended 8's season.
Someone else might have mentioned this, so I hate to repeat the news. But -- and I don't want to melt anyone's brain here -- Zack "Dr. 'J.D.' Dorian" Braff is slated to guest star on Arrested Development.
Personally, I want to see Braff stare into space and have a long internal monologue, then have Ron Howard's narration contradict him, then have Braff and Howard get into a voice-over fight.
Ah, a sort-of meeting of the two finest comedies on television.
Mike Wallace was an oldschool newsman as well as being entertaining, a showman, was one of the first to use crash tv, insightful, and he was a prick, but I loved watching him and 60 minutes hasn't ever quite felt right since he left.