Daniel Bryan is one of the greatest stories in wrestling history. From years of wrestling in the indie scene to the midcard of WWE, he eventually became the WWE Champion at WrestleMania XXX. Unfortunately, he then suffered a severe injury that sidelined him for about 8 months. And when he returned, he was shockingly a non-factor at the 2015 Royal Rumble and won the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 31. Sadly, another injury forced him into retirement and appearances on Total Divas and Total Bellas. He eventually became SmackDown Live’s general manager in 2016, where he did a serviceable job. Then, in the spring of 2018, the unthinkable happened.
After three years, he was finally cleared by WWE to start wrestling again. Continue reading “What is WWE Doing With Daniel Bryan?”
Here’s a new series where I just list some songs that are stuck in my head at the moment. Good and bad. Enjoy! Continue reading “Ten Songs I Like and Ten Songs I Dislike Vol. 1”
Notice in the title that I said “The Strangest WWE Game Ever” and not “The Strangest Wrestling Game Ever.” That’s because WWE Crush Hour is not a wrestling game. It’s a Twisted Metal rip-off. How are they connected? I’ll let the game’s intro tell you.
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What I’m about to share with you is not for the faint of heart. It’s… otherworldly.
Just watch the intro (0:35-2:20). The awfulness speaks for itself.
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Taco Bell is a great fast food restaurant, and I often find myself getting different menu items there. I know that it’s a joke that some of their menu items are different shapes but are composed of essentially the same ingredients, but there are actually a few differences in every product. So much so, that I decided to count down my five favorites today. I’m not counting Baja Blast or their freezes; I’m counting down food items. Let’s begin. Continue reading “Top 5 Taco Bell Menu Items”
Do you remember how some channels just relied on reruns of old sitcoms for ratings? Some still do, but it seems like more and more channels are getting their own original programming, which I think is for the better. The channel that used to rely on sitcoms the most, besides local network affiliates of course, was TBS. They aired reruns of shows like Seinfeld, which still airs today, Home Improvement, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. One sitcom that always stuck out to me when it aired was none other than Yes, Dear.
Yes, Dear initially aired from 2000 to 2006 on CBS and it was about two families. The first family is comprised of movie studio executive Greg Warner, played by Anthony Clark, and his wife Kim, played by Jean Louisa Kelly. They have a baby son named Sammy, and later a baby daughter named Emily, and they live in their nice California home, with a guest house. However, that guest house gets some unexpected visitors. Kim’s sister Christine, played by Liza Snyder, soon moves in with her lazy husband Jimmy, played by Mike O’Malley, and their sons Dominic and Logan. Of course, shenanigans ensue. There’s your plot. Continue reading ““Yes, Dear” is the Perfect Generic Sitcom”
One of the most popular TV channels of all time is Nickelodeon, and I’m pretty sure everyone knows about it. It rose to fame with its unique orange logo, imaginative bumpers, and great shows like Rugrats, Rocko’s Modern Life, and SpongeBob SquarePants. They started airing these “Nicktoons” in 1991, but you’re probably unaware of what it was like beforehand. Did it always have that logo? What were its bumpers like? That’s what I’m going to go over today. Continue reading “The Nickelodeon That Almost Nobody Remembers”