Thursday, September 16, 2010

The Guy Who Wrote The "Jumping The Shark" Episode Of Happy Days Weighs In On The Phrase.

And, in defending it, seems to completely misunderstand what the phrase actually means.
Fortunately, my career didn't jump the shark after "jump the shark." When "Happy Days" ended, I went directly to the ABC Paramount hit show "Webster" and, after that, wrote and produced, among others, "It's Your Move," "He's the Mayor, "The New Leave It to Beaver" and "Family Matters." In 1987, Brian Levant and I created the action comedy "My Secret Identity," which won an International Emmy.

Yelp Reviewer Gives 1 Star Review To Restaurant That Hasn't Opened Yet

"My wife and I were downtown and had recently read a review of Graham Elliot Bowles new endever, a sandwich shop. The Chicago magazine made it seem like an enteresting spot and Chef Bowles is a happening food personality, the only problem is the joint isn't open yet. It was a pleasant walk ruined..."

From The Consumerist.

Justin Bieber Gets Hit With A Grenade

KMFDM - A Drug Against War On Beavis And Butthead

The Birth Of Dayman From It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

Haven't reached a point where this show really sticks with me, but this routine is pretty awesome.