Saturday, November 13, 2010

Funko Giveaway - Brian's Halloween Contest

Want to win 2 VERY VERY SPOOKTACULAR & RARE items ..

Inspired by T Bone's new AVATAR ..
(Kudos to him .. and he gets one automatically for providing the inspiration)

One is Spooky Orange GLOW, and is SPOOKTACULAR Metallic and even more RARE ..
And we will have a (un)LUCKY Number of WInners totaling 13 !!!!!!

Make sure you hover or float around the board for the next 4 days and look for your chance to win ..

A Orange Glow Lil Gruesome(one of 24) or a SPOOKTACULAR Orange Metallic Lil Gruesome (one of 12)..

Anyone is in to win this bad boy?

Contest is over now ..
WOO HOO !!!!

Preview - Green Lantern

Last night Entertainment Tonight ran a 30-second teaser for the Green Lantern trailer, which it will preview during its Tuesday show. As you can see, the footage has a little something for everyone: cosmic action, explosions, Blake Lively, humor, Kilowog, Oa, Ryan Reynolds in his underwear — Warner Bros. is covering its bases with this one.

The trailer will premiere in theaters on Friday with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Green Lantern opens on June 17.

As God As My Witness .. I thought Turkeys Could Fly !!!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner !!!
Happy Turkey Day !!

WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982) is an American situation comedy that featured the misadventures of the staff of a struggling radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The show was created by Hugh Wilson and was based upon his experiences working in advertising as a client of a classic album-oriented rock radio station. The ensemble cast consisted of Gary Sandy, Howard Hesseman, Gordon Jump, Loni Anderson, Tim Reid, Jan Smithers, Richard Sanders and Frank Bonner.

As was typical of most MTM productions, the humor came more from running gags based on the known predilections and quirks of each character, rather than from outlandish plots or racy situations since the show has a realistic setting. The characters also developed somewhat over the course of the series.

The series won a Humanitas Prize and received 10 Emmy Award nominations, including three for Outstanding Comedy Series. Andy Ackerman won an Emmy Award for Videotape Editing in season 3. WKRP premiered September 18, 1978 on the CBS television network and aired for four seasons and 90 episodes through September 20, 1982. During the third and fourth seasons, CBS repeatedly moved the show around its schedule, contributing to its eventual cancellation. When WKRP went into syndication, it became an unexpected blockbuster. For the next decade, it was one of the most popular sitcoms in syndication, outperforming many much bigger prime time hits, including all the other MTM Enterprises sitcoms.

Jump, Sanders, and Bonner reprised their supporting roles in a spin-off/sequel series, The New WKRP in Cincinnati, which ran from 1991 to 1993 in syndication.