The CHIPS Trailer Could Easily Be Renamed Crotches: The Movie

Oh, You’re Raunchy. Got It.

We all knew this was coming with the success of the 21 Jump Street movies. Taking old cop shows that were terribly specific in plot and execution, and turning them on their head. Usually meaning turning up the adult content. It wasn’t a novel idea, there were Beverly Hillbillies and Brady Bunch movies and a slew of others taking different angles on their respective original properties. CHIPS, on the other hand, looks to be taking the exact same angle on their show as Jump Street. Your milage may vary.  Continue reading The CHIPS Trailer Could Easily Be Renamed Crotches: The Movie

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Wrasslin’ State of Mined: Undertaker And Shawn Michaels Return To RAW, Cena Puts His Stamp on Smackdown Live

An Arms Race

This Wrasslin’ State of Mined will be a little less blow by blow and a wee bit more the inner workings.  Sorry in advance, but the various paints that made up this last week of WWE content seemed more insular than ever, at a time when they were actually doing a great job of showing they were going the opposite direction leading up to the Royal Rumble. This week, instead of being a wrasslin’ show, WWE came off like a family drama that had wrasslers in it.  Continue reading Wrasslin’ State of Mined: Undertaker And Shawn Michaels Return To RAW, Cena Puts His Stamp on Smackdown Live

Agents of SHIELD Review: “Broken Promises”

They Always Fight Back

When will scientists learn that making our lifelike robots smarter is only asking for them to buck against the life of subservience we’ve subjected them to. The Winter Finale for Agents of SHIELD , “Broken Promises” is running full force into the LMD(Life Model Decoy) Apocalypse they teased earlier in the season, and they’re not only aware of how well tread this material is, but of how they could put their own spin on it.  Continue reading Agents of SHIELD Review: “Broken Promises”

Wrasslin’ State of Mined: What’s Old Is New Again on RAW and Smackdown (01.04.2016)

Champagne for My Real Friends

Heeeey, we’re back! Yes, i’m using the royal we, since we’re all in this together people. How was your New Year, good I hope. The wrasslin’ world left 2016 strong and came into 2017 swinging  like a toddler with nunchucks. As did Lucha Underground and New Japan with Wrestle Kingdom 11. If you’re a fan of dramatic fisticuffs, then this is still a wonderful time to be alive. But let’s get things started with the big story, and that’s the end of a triumphant championship reign by on Mike “Miz” Mizanin.  Continue reading Wrasslin’ State of Mined: What’s Old Is New Again on RAW and Smackdown (01.04.2016)