March 11, 2012
Contributed by Jennifer Andrews, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru
Television features thousands of shows of different genres that will appeal to your specific interests.
November 2, 2010
Contributed by Reine Solomon, Catalogs.com Info Guru
I often wonder what kind of stereotypes were attached to doctors before the emergence of modern media. It’s true, most of the doctors I know are startlingly normal individuals who, while smarter than the average person, look just the same as a regular human being.
July 6, 2010
Contributed by John Allen Wallace, Catalogs.com Info Guru
Any top ten list is bound to be subjective, but this one has criteria: to make this list, a show must have longevity (Sports Night was great, but didn’t last), staying power (Three’s Company was funny, but hopelessly dated), strong writing (hopefully self-explanatory) and memorable moments (there’s a good reason that the final episode of M.A.S.H. was until very recently the most watched show in television history). Here are my choices, and let the debate begin.
May 15, 2009
Dear old Dads. They hold the handlebars on our bikes when the training wheels come off and know the perfect moment when to let us go. Unfortunately for me, my Dad let me go while in the direct path of a tree. The lesson he taught me? Don’t trust people kid. Submitted for your approval, a companion piece to The Top 10 Mother Lode of TV Moms featuring a fellowship of fathers you could trust to steer you on a sometimes cheesy, sometimes informative and always entertaining path through the fatherhood. Read more
June 12, 2008
It’s subjective, but hey, someone has to do it. The top 10 worst TV shows of all time…the votes are in (mine, actually) and here’s how they stack up. Read more
March 16, 2008
Ever since Walt Disney introduced us to Mickey Mouse in the short “Steamboat Willie” back in 1928, Americans have been captivated by cartoons. In this article we’ll cover the best cartoons ever, the animated television shows beloved by young and old that seem to live on from generation to generation. Read more