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Tag Archives: William Shatner
The final chapter of Legendary features a drive through town, a trip to the grocery store, and a perfect ending to a long and crazy day.
Brian returns to Eric’s house and finally tells Allison his true feelings.
The final season of “The Practice” introduced James Spader as Alan Shore and William Shatner as Denny Crane, characters who went on to infamy in “Boston Legal.”
Comedy is serious business, which probably explains why these 7 dramatic actors are so good at it.
Proof positive that Hollywood had no idea how to turn a TV show into a movie during the ’90s
10 Movies…That Are Fifth-Quels (To Prepare You For Another Fifth Movie in a Franchise, ‘Scary Movie 5’
It’s been a rough summer for a lot of people out there, so let Popdose provide just a small pick-me-up for everyone.
In popular culture 1989 was the year of the bat.
Where does the time go? SERIOUSLY, WHERE DID THE PAST WEEK GO? Let’s find out together as we collectively experience a Box Office Flashback to January 9, 1992.
This week — a week late, to be perfectly honest — we revisit the dog days of summer ’98!
The Popdose Staff reminisces about 15 of its favorite sketches from the past 35 years of Saturday Night Live.
“Tuning into this show is the TV equivalent of paying someone to climb on your kitchen table and take a dump on your plate during every meal.” –Jeff Giles, reviewing $#*! My Dad Says
Popdose preps you for the upcoming TV season with quick looks at some of the most anticipated new shows from the four major networks.
As a lake full of pretty young co-eds prepares to be eaten by fish this weekend, Pete Chianca reflects on the bloodthirsty creatures of his cinematic youth.
This Mellowmas, we’ve heard bluegrass, tween pop, and Lemmy, but precious little in the way of old-fashioned Mellow Gold — until now. It’s Dennis DeYoung!
In space, no one can hear you scream — unless you’re Bill Shatner yelling at Ricardo Montalban, in which case it’ll just keep on echoing forever.
Happy Friday, Trekkies! It’s time for another installment of How Bad Can It Be? — and this time, Jack Feerick is taking a leak all over Star Trek: The Animated Series.