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Episode 6 After a week’s hiatus (stupid holiday falling on Hell’s Kitchen night!), we were treated to a double dose of Ramsey upon Hell’s Kitchen’s return. When last we left the schlubs…I mean, the lovely contestants…Chris has just gotten the boot. Adios Executive Chef. So, now down to the final 6, Ralph discusses that maybe… read more

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If it’s Summer, it means CBS has locked a bunch of reality TV wannabes up in a “house” on their studio lot. Yes boys and girls, it’s time for Big Brother again. It also means another season of suffering through the Chen-bot…I…um…mean the endearing host, Julie Chen. Ever wonder why Julie has a job? Might… read more

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Sorry for the delay folks. The day of the London bombings didn’t seem like the best day to post something so trivial as a summary of a reality show. This week on Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days, 24 year old Ryan Hickmott, a devout Christian, former Army soldier and conservative from Michigan, travelled to San Fransisco’s… read more

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I really don’t care much for celebrity news anymore, but after Tom Cruise’s insane ramblings on the Today show last week, this has just been too amusing to watch. Now, Brooke Shields is firing back at Cruise. This AFP article gives all the details. My favorite part though, that I have to point out, is:… read more


This week on Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days, 33 year old David Stacy, a die-hard Christian, moved from his home in West Virgina to Dearborn, MI to live as a Muslim. To give you an idea of his starting point, Morgan asks him what does he think of when he thinks of Muslims, his response is… read more

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It is already well known that I am a reality TV addict, but even the die-hards have their guilty pleasures. Yes folks, there is a reality show that even other reality fanatics look down their nose’s at, and that show is….Big Brother. Yes, it is true, I am a Big Brother watcher. I was beyond… read more


The Morning after eviction always means a new task to determine a winner for a reward. This week it was learning to make pasta since the service the next night was going to be all pasta dishes. The team to make the most usable pasta, determined by weight, in 20 minutes would win. After the… read more

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So…yeah…Tom Cruise. Just a word of advice on your career Tom, when promoting a major Summer blockbuster film, like War Of The Worlds, it is typically a good idea to act…oh…I don’t know….SANE!!!! Typically I don’t like getting involved in the going-ons in an actor’s life, like anyone, they are entitled to a private life.… read more


Last week I mentioned that Morgan Spurlock’s new series, 30 Days, might run the risk of being predictible. This weeks episode, Anti-Aging, was predictible only in the sense I was sure the man using the steroids would have some negative side-effects, but I could have never predicted how severe they would be. This was the… read more

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As the episode begun this week, Gordon felt it was time to shake things up again, and so it’s back to waking the teams up with rattling pots and pans. They were ordered to the kitchen on the double, once there, they were instructed to go to the dining room for resturant operations lessons from… read more

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According to this news story, Jennifer Wilbanks, aka the “Runaway Bride”, is selling her….”story”….to TV execs to be made into a made-for-TV movie. It appears a company named ReganMedia is devoloping the project, and according to the above linked story: “ReganMedia did not reveal the amount of the deal, but the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said it… read more


TV

June 16 2005

30 Days

Morgan Spurlock’s “30 Days” premiered last night on the FX Network. For those of you unfamiliar with Morgan, he was the gentleman who did “Super Size Me“, the documentry that literally changed how I view fast food. He ate nothing but McDonald’s food for 30 days, and he allowed ud to see what it did… read more

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