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'Til Death is an American sitcom on the Fox network which premiered on September 7, 2006 and is written and executive-produced by husband-and-wife team Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa. The show that stars film actor Eddie Kaye Thomas and newcomer actress Kat Foster as Newlyweds Jeff and Steph Woodcock, who have been married 12 days, move next door to a couple, Eddie (Brad Garrett) and Joy Stark (Joely Fisher), the parents of a college-aged child named Allie (Krysten Ritter), who have been married for circa 23 years (8,743 days, as shown in the pilot episode). The newlyweds get a surprising look at what their future might hold.
After getting suspended from his teaching job, Eddie finds himself bored at home until he gets an unexpected visit from his daughter and her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Joy is annoyed by Steph, who has developed an attitude from her husband's elevated status at the school.
To avoid doing housework with Joy, Eddie signs up to be a volunteer for a "Big Brother" program but things go awry when he's accidentally given an adult instead of a kid to mentor in.
Originally posted by jbondo
I'm mostly watching baseball since the season started. However, I am not much on new shows and prefer reruns of M*A*S*H. I also am watching "It takes a thief" just about every day. They stopped making them in 06' but many are new to me as I've just discovered them in the past few months. It airs on Discovery.
Originally posted by CA_Orot
I don't have cable, but I've been watching some shows on the internet.....As of late, I have been watching Californication & Weeds. Both on Showtime... Funny stuff.
Originally posted by Wally Conley
I am watching 'All In The Family' on a Cable TV station called TVLand. It is still a classic TV series after origionally airing on tv about 34-36 years ago. This show was so good that it spawned several spinoff shows that were considered classics in their own right. Shows like 'Maude', 'The Jeffersons', 'Good Times', 'Gloria', and, finally 'Archie Bunkers Place.' It is rare indeed for any show to have more than one spinoff. But All In The Family had five spinoffs. Unheard of.
The Big Bang Theory (TBBT) is an American situation comedy, which premiered on CBS on September 24, 2007. The show is created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady. The series is about two socially inept prodigies in their 20s who are living across the hall from a beautiful girl with a questionable intellect.
The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe is an unauthorized 2002 book by Stephen Hawking (ISBN 1-893224-79-1). It was assembled from seven lectures on audiotape by Hawking originally released in 1994 under the title, Stephen W. Hawking's Life Works: The Cambridge Lectures (ISBN 1-55800-986-8). The book's title is in reference to the theory of everything, a physicists' jargon term for a theory in physics which unifies the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, the strong force, the weak force, and the electromagnetic force.
Originally posted by jbondo
reply to post by SaadAdam
Perfect Strangers is still on in syndication. Look it up online and I'm sure you can find listings.
I watched "the riches" a couple of times. It's a good show but for some reason new stuff just doesn't do it for me. I guess because I can see the same story lines I've already seen so many times before. Many don't think about it but nothing produced by man is infinite. Stories, music, etc...It all starts to repeat sooner or later.
I've always had a crush on Minnie Driver until I heard she got pregnant by Criss Angel.
Sheldon is overcome with jealousy when he meets a 15-year-old science prodigy who is smarter than him. Losing faith in his own research, he annoys everyone else by criticizing their work.