• On Star Trek, what is Mr. Spock's first name?

    Spock's name was never given in the original series. But was it given in the other series, or movies, or books, or sci-fi magazines?
    Spock's name was never given in the original series. But was it given in the other series, or movies, or books, or sci-fi magazines?
    11 answers · Other - Television · 2 days ago
  • Can you please tell me that you love me?

    Best answer: 👀❤️🐑 I love you.
    Best answer: 👀❤️🐑 I love you.
    10 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 days ago
  • Does anyone remember a show on NBC called "Emergency?"?

    Best answer: Yes, very well. One of the better made for TV dramas. Back when TV was worth watching.
    Best answer: Yes, very well. One of the better made for TV dramas. Back when TV was worth watching.
    13 answers · Drama · 3 days ago
  • Do you like to see reruns of old shows?

    Best answer: Depends on the show.
    Best answer: Depends on the show.
    8 answers · Other - Television · 2 days ago
  • Kids TV show?

    Looking for a kids tv show (80s or 90s possibly). It was live action, and was about an alien that came to earth that kids looked after? The show might have been named after the alien. Not Alf. The alien was played by a guy in a suit, really badly done. Sorry the details are super sketchy, it s really vague in my... show more
    Looking for a kids tv show (80s or 90s possibly). It was live action, and was about an alien that came to earth that kids looked after? The show might have been named after the alien. Not Alf. The alien was played by a guy in a suit, really badly done. Sorry the details are super sketchy, it s really vague in my memory :/
    6 answers · Comedy · 17 hours ago
  • Who Buffy's true love?

    Angel, Spike or Riley?
    Angel, Spike or Riley?
    5 answers · Drama · 1 day ago
  • Game of thrones Did Joffrey ever like Sansa?

    Best answer: Its plausible that he had genuine feelings for her at one time. Noone is born a monster, after all. But as soon as he got a taste of power, it all kind of went to his head. It seems to be a common problem in game of thrones that, without anyone willing or able to rein them in, kings tend to go rather mad and cruel
    Best answer: Its plausible that he had genuine feelings for her at one time. Noone is born a monster, after all. But as soon as he got a taste of power, it all kind of went to his head. It seems to be a common problem in game of thrones that, without anyone willing or able to rein them in, kings tend to go rather mad and cruel
    8 answers · Drama · 4 days ago
  • White courthouse does Judge Jeanine Pirro work at? My friend says that she wants to personally meet her and give her a hard pat on the face?

    Best answer: She not a current judge at all. She just uses the title as if she were, because it makes her utter moral depravity less obvious.
    Best answer: She not a current judge at all. She just uses the title as if she were, because it makes her utter moral depravity less obvious.
    4 answers · Politics · 2 days ago
  • Are these the best tv shows right now?

    1 Game of thrones 2 Breaking Bad 3 Westworld 4 Sons of anarchy 5 House of cards 6 Vikings Not animation tv shows . What do you think are these the top 6 or in the top 10 tv shows right now?
    1 Game of thrones 2 Breaking Bad 3 Westworld 4 Sons of anarchy 5 House of cards 6 Vikings Not animation tv shows . What do you think are these the top 6 or in the top 10 tv shows right now?
    6 answers · Other - Television · 3 days ago
  • Did Buffy Love Spike?

    5 answers · Drama · 2 days ago
  • Whats a show that unintelligent people watch?

    Best answer: The Kardashians.
    Best answer: The Kardashians.
    11 answers · Other - Television · 7 days ago
  • Why don't the creators of South Park know the difference between male and female cattle?

    Best answer: Because they're making a joke that most Americans don't know the difference, or won't even notice. Both of the creators grew up in a small rural town (much like South Park) so I'm pretty sure they know far more about cows than most Americans. And South Park isn't the first show to do this,... show more
    Best answer: Because they're making a joke that most Americans don't know the difference, or won't even notice.

    Both of the creators grew up in a small rural town (much like South Park) so I'm pretty sure they know far more about cows than most Americans.

    And South Park isn't the first show to do this, either. Check out the animated movie "Home on the range" which was about cows on a cattle ranch. The main character is male...but has an udder. In fact ALL of the cows have udders, regardless of whether they're male or female. Unlike South Park, however, this film was so bad that arguably the animators really DON'T know that bulls don't have udders.
    6 answers · Comedy · 5 days ago
  • Good mystery/crime/thriller TV series?

    I have Amazon Prime so any on there would be cool but don't mind if not. Looking for a good show that's engrossing but equally has you guessing and eager to find out. good writing, acting and overall show. If anyone recommends something as trash as Walking Dead (or even says it) then I will hunt you down.
    I have Amazon Prime so any on there would be cool but don't mind if not. Looking for a good show that's engrossing but equally has you guessing and eager to find out. good writing, acting and overall show. If anyone recommends something as trash as Walking Dead (or even says it) then I will hunt you down.
    8 answers · Drama · 1 week ago
  • Are there any good super hero TV shows?

    Best answer: Congratulations because there has NEVER been more Superhero fare in TV and movies than there is RIGHT NOW. Superheroes are hot and both DC and Marvel are cashing in. Different superhero shows though have different vibes. Arrow is basically trying to be Batman, and where you're at, Season 2, is pretty much... show more
    Best answer: Congratulations because there has NEVER been more Superhero fare in TV and movies than there is RIGHT NOW. Superheroes are hot and both DC and Marvel are cashing in.

    Different superhero shows though have different vibes.

    Arrow is basically trying to be Batman, and where you're at, Season 2, is pretty much the high water mark. Season 3 and 4 are the pits. 5 improves somewhat, but then 6 made me quit.

    However, Arrow was popular enough that it basically has three spinoff shows. It has a shared universe with Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Flash. Of these four, Flash is the best. But Flash is a very different show than Arrow. It's lighter, science-ish (bad science, but science), and more SUPER. It's also ALOT funnier and has more characters that you don't want to strangle in their sleep, like I want to do with most Arrow characters. Supergirl is the same way, but add a heavy dose of progressive preaching. Supergirl started out very funny and emotional, but has decayed into cheese and progressive patting themselves on the back. Legends tries to be a silly and fun romp, but they forgot the fun and it's JUST silly.

    Black Lightning is done by the same production company but it is unclear at this time whether it is part of the Arrowverse or it's own thing.

    On the Marvel side, there's the Netflixverse. This includes Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Defenders, and Punisher. Of these, Jessica Jones is the best, but Daredevil and Punisher and Luke Cage are good too. Iron Fist and Defender is unwatchable garbage. But the Netflixverse is VERY different from the Arrowverse or from the Marvel Studios movies. Marvel movies and the Arrowverse consider their number one job to be entertainment. They give heavy doses of humor and action, but their plots sometimes are weak. Netflixverse is more brooding and dark, though not nearly as bad as the DC movie universe. But if you're into a more serious and gritty show (which Arrow is a bit), the Netflixverse is probably your jam.

    Gotham is garbage. The people recommending it are wrong.

    Hulu is kind of trying to start it's own Marvel-verse. Runaways was decent...not exceptional, but decent. I haven't gotten to Cloak & Dagger yet, but I will.

    If you're willing to go back in time a bit, I would argue that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a superhero show. Yes, the villians were monsters, but Buffy Summers was basically a superheroine. Indeed, many of these Superhero shows are basically constructing themselves as mirrors of BtVS with the Scoobies, the research, the trying to sneak a life in, the using the villian as a metaphor for what's happening with the main characters, and so on.

    Smallville was also worth a gander. It also attempted to rip off the Buffy formula, and like the others fails to live up to it, and there was bad acting by it's lead (Tom Welling was basically just there to take his shirt off for the girls...alot like Stephen Amell in Arrow, but Amell can act.
    Welling can't. Like not even a little.), some soap opera qualities....BUT, for a while it was actually pretty damn entertaining. For a while. The show goes MUCH longer than that, so quit when it starts to get bad. For me, the departure of Michael Rosenbaum was the end. Oh, and DO NOT look up what Allison Mack, the actress who played Chloe, has been doing with her spare time since that. Trust me. Don't look. You're gonna look aren't you?

    And that's not even CLOSE to all of it.
    7 answers · Drama · 6 days ago
  • Why do people think that Jerry Seinfeld is funny?

    I've never laughed at any of his jokes. Probably the most overrated 'comedian' of all time.
    I've never laughed at any of his jokes. Probably the most overrated 'comedian' of all time.
    8 answers · Comedy · 6 days ago