Category Television

Peppa Pig is my homegirl.

“I’m going to write a blog post about Peppa Pig. How should I even start?,” I asked B while we were out on an errand today. “Don’t gild the lily. Just say it’s the most awesome show ever made.” Go ahead and put your hyperbole goggles on ’cause imma bout to spray you with the […]

Wherein I Reveal One of Humanity’s Most-Guarded Secrets

Have you ever had one of those moments when you realize that all the events in your life have lined up just so that the world can reveal one of its hiddenmost secrets to you? I had one of those today. Please make sure you’re sitting down for the duration of this post because I […]

Meeting Mr. McFeely

Last week while C was watching PBS Kids, one of the commercials* mentioned that there was going to be a character meet-and-greet about an hour from our home.¬†Now, I wrote a lot¬†during my pregnancy that I was very wary of what I like to call “kid culture.” I refuse to eat at any restaurant featuring […]

Grover vs. Elmo: Gee, I Wonder Who’s Better?

I am all too aware that the amount of blogging I’m doing these days on Elmo-related topics is sad, so feel free to skip this one. Understand, however, that when you started reading my blog, you promised* to stick with me through good times and bad so abandoning me now is grounds for divorce. *I […]

It’s such a good feeling.

Do you know what I like? I can tell you really want to know, and so I’ll tell you. I like Mr. Rogers. Do you know what else I like? Guest blogging on Kidz Showz. Both are pretty much the best, and this is why I am excited to combine my two loves today. Head […]

MTV without the music is just TV, right? WRONG.

Oh, MTV. MTV, MTV, MTV. I’m tempted to start out saying that I’m sad MTV isn’t what it used to be and that I miss the videos. However, there are three problems with that. Look at me, getting all three-point thesisy over here. Putting that MA to work once again. One, I don’t have cable […]

Five Shows That Will Never Be Resuscitated

Every so often, a show is born that is a critical darling but is largely ignored by the TV viewing public. Arrested Development was such a show. It only made it through two and a half seasons before it got cancelled, much to the dismay of pretty much anyone who has ever tried to impress […]