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Michael Clarke Duncan, Actor, 1957 – 2012

by Ed Liuon September 4, 2012
Actor Michael Clarke Duncan passed away on Monday, September 3, 2012, at the age of 54 due to complications from a heart attack he suffered on July 13. The 6-foot 5-inch actor worked a number of jobs (including ditch digger, bouncer, and stripper) before moving to Los Angeles to become an actor. He first worked […]

NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – Lights, Camera, Assassination – Season 2, Episode 4

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2012
Synopsis: Somebody is killing all the directors of sequels – and taking the television and movie business of San Diego down with them! – meaning… that business could be going to Sacramento! It’s anarchy in the UK! Details: The main problem with film studios these days is that they film bad sequels of films – […]

Childrens Hospital Episode Recap – Free Day – Season 4, Episode 4

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2012
Synopsis: There are no more patients left in the hospital and Sy and Val have to go to the DMV – in other words, they will be taking a long vacation – so that means a free day and you know what means don’t you? It means organs, monkeys [but not, regrettably, organ monkeys], stem […]

NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – Sabbath-tage – Season 2, Episode 3

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2012
Synopsis: San Diego always seems to have a crisis going down and this time it’s under attack by a riddling terrorist [sorta like Batman’s Riddler but without the great question mark outfit or Frank Gorshin’s maniacal medicated behavior] leaving tech specialist Sam to ferret out the terrorist who has cunningly attacked on a Saturday – […]

NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – The Real Bicycle Thief – Season 2, Episode 2

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2012
Synopsis: A gang of Swedish virtual pedicab drivers are robbing restaurants to send food back to Sweden in a heart-rending effort to protect the Swedish population from always having to eat Swedish meatballs and a smorgasbord of other “delicacies” such as fermented herring and gravlax with lingonberry jam. Instead of the obvious disguise as the […]

Childrens Hospital Episode Recap – The Chief’s Origin – Season 4, Episode 3

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2012
Synopsis: The chief has so many stories to tell – there’s the one about Scrabble, the one about mustaches, the one about experimenting in college, the one about Parkinson’s Juice. Are you listening? Pay attention when the Chief is speaking or else why don’t you go jump in a lake! Details: Sy has been keeping […]

NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – 16 Hop Street – Season 2, Episode 1 Recap

by Alex Beanon August 30, 2012
Synopsis: It’s just another normal day for the kids at Nick Cannon High School in San Diego – tweetin’, eatin’ Doritos and Monster, tweetin’ some more, checking out Facebook, downloading some iTunes, tweetin’ – when suddenly their strict American educational regimen is disrupted. Somebody is kidnapping all the rich kids! Trent and Piper go undercover […]

Childrens Hospital Episode Recap – Staff Dance – Season 4, Episode 2 Recap

by Alex Beanon August 30, 2012
Synopsis: There’s a staff dance after work tonight and – OMG, is that really Madonna? Squeal!!!  Meanwhile, both Sy and God have to walk The Bearded Clam through heart surgery before the big dance and Lola may or may not be able to dance – you decide. Details: Oh…my…God, Becky, there’s a staff dance tonight […]

PR: Ben 10 Takes Over Cartoon Network Canada on Labour Day Weekend

by Ed Liuon August 30, 2012
THE ULTIMATE TEEN SUPERHERO BEN 10 TAKES OVER CARTOON NETWORK ON LABOUR DAY WEEKEND Featuring a Special Sneak Peek of Ben 10: Omniverse and the Canadian Premiere of Ben 10: Destroy all Aliens on Monday, September 3 (Toronto, ON, August 30, 2012) – Cartoon Network powers up Labour Day long weekend with the ultimate Ben […]

Review: “Super Hero Squad Show” Season 2 Vol. 4: Curtain Call for the Squaddies!

by Ed Liuon August 30, 2012
The Super Hero Squad Show Season 2 Volume 4 DVD brings the second season and the series to an appropriately silly end, with six final episodes giving the Squaddies one last chance to hero up and polish off the Infinity Gauntlet storyline. While I don’t think these episodes manage to hit the same insane heights […]