OK, calm down. This video claiming "the most" paused moments of the Star Trek franchise isn't just those moments where they cranked the sexy to 11. Besides Dax in an original series mini on Deep Space 9 and endless damp and skimpy decontamination scenes in Star Trek: Enterprise, there's also the seemingly infinite decks during the TurboLift scene in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (Deck 78, anyone?), Gene Roddenberry as the Great Bird of the Galaxy, as glimpsed for a second during a Star Fleet archives search in Next Generation, and the brief appearance of the Millennium Falcon(!) in the Battle of Sector 001 scene from First Contact. There's some fun stuff in here.
Gary (of Gary Lewis and the Playboys) joins dad Jerry to kick off the September 20, 1965 episode of Hullabaloo with a version of The Beatle's hit "Help." Also on the episode: Joannie Sommers performing "Losing You," Barry Maguire singing "Eve of Destruction," Gary Lewis and the Playboys performing "It Ain't Me Babe," Paul Revere… READ THE REST
It's been ten years since the last episode of iCarly aired. My kids loved it, and when I would watch it with them, I enjoyed the goofy hijinx of the teenaged vlogger and her pals. In this reboot, which starts streaming on June 17. Carly, Spencer, and Freddie don't seem to have aged a day.… READ THE REST
Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming series, Sweet Tooth, "a post-apocalyptic fairytale about a hybrid deer-boy and a wandering loner who embark on an extraordinary adventure." Its based in the DC comic of the same name and premieres June 4, 2021. Synopsis: Ten years ago "The Great Crumble" wreaked havoc on the world and… READ THE REST
In the grand scheme of the universe, guys don't really have a ton to complain about when it comes to personal grooming and self-maintenance. Sure, there are always a few mostly minor inconveniences here and there, but when considering the insane number of hoops women have to jump through to look and feel their best… READ THE REST
A grill and fire pit are the virtual centerpieces of any summer outdoor event. Unfortunately, most end up being pretty haphazard structures, wood stacked on top of sand or dirt, all lit ablaze with the hope nothing gets out of hand. Then there's the super-ashy cleanup… David Grisham loved enjoying those nights by the fire,… READ THE REST
Not too long ago, you'd probably never heard of DevOps before. But over the past few years, this culture of automating and integrating software development and IT pros to build, test, and release apps with greater speeds and reliability has quickly become a mainstay in most development pipelines. Fueled by the runaway success of DevOps, it's… READ THE REST