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The closest we’ll get to snow in Colombia… A HAIL STORM!

12 Feb

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6 Feb


HEY! Im actually not a Football fan but I do always enjoy the great display of creativity shown on the amazing parade of SUPERBOWL COMMERCIALS. This is not mine, im just sharing the link for TVLINE’s post on the best and worst commercials today.

And now, because I obviously cant help my self, a HOUSE superbowl commercial from last year…. a spoof of the classic Mean Joe Green Coke ad

aaaaand the original:

GUESS the TV character!

31 Jan

Hey, just found this online. Couldn’t find the creator but I’ll copy the source I got it from.

CAN YOU TELL ME WHO THEY ALL ARE?… Im a little doubtful on a couple.




DWIGHT spinoff! Rainn Wilson confirms, joking: “the worst idea I have ever heard in my life”

30 Jan

Yes! It is confirmed by the actor himself. It seems like Dwight will make THE OFFICE  proud by spreading his wings OUT of Dunder Mifflin and into his own show. Wilson said the project is in the works, planning on revolving around Dwight returning to his family’s beet farm and bed & breakfast:

“It would have a crazy menagerie of characters,” …Rainn said…“It would be even more far out and weird than The Office.”

There is no deal officially sealed for the project, but it was said that a backdoor pilot is planned to air later this season for a projected 2013 premiere.


Tonight’s TV WINNERS… SAG awards

30 Jan

Boardwalk Empire (won last year)
Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife

WINNER: Boardwalk Empire

Patrick J. Adams, Suits
Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Michael C. Hall, Dexter

WINNER: Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
Buscemi thanked his co-stars, including former castmember Michael Pitt, whose character [SPOILER ALERT] perished in the Season 2 finale. “To all the Michael Pitt fans out there, I know, I’m sorry,” he said, before adding, “Please stop yelling at me on the street.”

Kathy Bates, Harry’s Law
Glenn Close, Damages
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
Julianna Margules, The Good Wife
Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

WINNER: Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
“I would love to thank Ryan Murphy for his special attention this character,” said Lange, who called taking the role of the unhinged Constance “a real leap of faith.”

30 Rock
The Big Bang Theory
Modern Family
The Office

WINNER: Modern Family
“On behalf of the entire cast and crew, we just want to thank you for letting us all be a part of all of your families,” said Rico Rodriguez (Manny), before handing the mike over to Ariel Winter (Alex). “We honestly have the greatest jobs,” she raved. “The opportunity to make people laugh each week… we take very seriously.”

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Steve Carell, The Office
Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men
Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

WINNER: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
“The ony thing this means to me is obviously you like Tina [Fey]‘s writing and Robert Carlock’s writing,” Baldwin said upon winning. “We have the greatest writers.”

Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family
Betty White, Hot In Cleveland

WINNER: Betty White, Hot In Cleveland
“You can’t name me without naming those other wonderful women on Hot in Cleveland,” White said after scoring her second consecutive SAG trophy for the TVLand comedy. “Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Diane Lane, Cinema Verite
Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Emily Watson, Appropriate Adult
Betty White, The Lost Valentine
Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

WINNER: Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

Laurence Fishburne, Thurgood
Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail
Greg Kinnear, The Kennedys
Guy Pearce, Mildred Pierce
James Woods, Too Big to Fail

WINNER: Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail

Dexter (Showtime)
Game of Thrones (HBO)
Southland (TNT)
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (Starz)
True Blood (HBO)

WINNER: Game of Thrones (HBO)

COMMENTS backstage… SAG awards!

29 Jan

So, by source of  TVLINE and the great Michael Ausiello ( …  some fun comments taken backstage on the annual SAG awards!:


The Modern Family cast

(On what the kid actors have learned from the adults)
Nolan Gould | “I have learned lots of curse words from them.”
Rico Rodriguez | “I actually learned how to be a better actor.”

(And Ty Burrell on what he’s learned from the kids)
“Honestly, I’ve learned things like union rules. … They’ve been acting longer than I have.”

(Burrell counterpointing Alec Baldwin)
We have the best writers in Hollywood. I can’t imagine a better job.”

(Sofia Vergara in response to the seemingly requisite awards-show question about what she’s wearing underneath her tight dress)
“[Referring to statuette] He’s the commando. I always wear underwear; they’re just very tiny. It’s under… there.”

(On the last time they took an acting class)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson | “Ed [O’Neill] talked me through a scene recently that I wasn’t getting. [To O’Neill] You’re a very good teacher.”
Rodriguez | “Actually, Nolan and I were in the same acting class when we were going out for Modern Family.”

The Boardwalk Empire cast

(On winning SAG’s Best Drama Ensemble award for the second year in a row)
Michael Kenneth Williams | “This is my first anything, so this feels really good. Putting in the work, I feel very blessed to be here with my [television] family right now. … I never thought I’d be holding one of these and be among such fine actors.”
Michael Pitt | “It feels good. I’m hungry. I want a cigarette.”

(Steve Buscemi, who also won for Best Drama Actor, on the most challenging part of playing Nucky)
“Working with kids is…very inspiring. [Smiles] No, I love all these kids.”

(After two of the child actors get into a little physical altercation…)
Buscemi | “Were they fighting? Welcome to the cast of Boardwalk Empire. This happens every day.”

(Buscemi on being the show’s lead)
“I still feel like a character actor. Truly, for me, it’s being part of an ensemble. To me, the lead is Atlantic City.”

Jessica Lange, American Horror Story

“It’s interesting because once I kind of threw my lot in with this project, the ride was actually quite great. You couldn’t second guess, and you couldn’t overthink, and for me, that was a great way to work. There was a certain urgency to it. It’s a big character, and I had a lot of fun with it…. I have to give a lot of credit to the writers for creating this character.”

(On whether she’ll return as a new character in Season 2)
“I’m thinking about it very seriously because, like I said before, the writing is marvelous, and it’s hard to come by great writing. I had the gamut to play from A to Z [in Season 1]. I’m seriously thinking about it.”

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

(On if there was ever a time he was afraid to speak out politically)
“I’m still scared to speak out. I want Season 7 [of 30 Rock] really badly.”

(Alluding to his recent run-in with, and ejection by, an American Airlines cabin crew)
“I am still playing Words With Friends — but now on Virgin Atlantic.”


23 Dec

Hey! Sorry everybody, TV MOVIES and GENERAL IGNORANCE and the GUESS THE MOVIE quiz are taking a little christmas break… Im back home with my parents and we all know that while in the parents house, all you want to do is sleep and be pampered.


But fear not ¬¬ we will be  back veeeery soon! Thank you all who are reading! Please keep following us.


23 Nov

Hey! For the ones reading, I just want to say I am VERY sorry for not posting anything this past week but I’ve been so busy, I have found it impossible. I promise to pick it back up and start writing again!!!! SO SORRY!

Two new series I’m watching…

20 Nov


It’s a new comedy, 20 minute long sitcom, and stars Zooey Deschanel and three other guys that are her new roommates. She gets dumped by her boyfriend and decides to move in with Nick, Schmidt and Winston.  Jess (Deschanel) is just a weird, over the top, school teacher that bursts in song at any time. She’s trying to fit in with her new friends but is incredibly clumsy and annoying sometimes. She brings new adventures for the 4 of them and very funny situations that are worth watching. It isn’t as hilarious as Modern Family or Community but still funny. Some very refreshing characters that I hadn’t seen in a long time. It’s nice to see more comedies since some of the old comedies that I watch are getting sloppy.


Believe it or not, it’s a series based on fairy tales written by the Grimm Brothers. It turns out that the Grimm brothers wrote the stories because they where true and they come from a line that could see the creatures and where destined to battle them. David Giuntoli (I think is the gut from the Superman movie) finds out by his dying aunt that he is one of the last decedents of the Grimm brothers and needs to protect people from the bad creatures. Also, he is a detective, and with his partners the start fighting supernatural crime. He is the only one that can see the creature’s true form. He also befriended a “Big bad wolf” that isn’t bad anymore, and he helps him understanding the creatures; as well as a big book that his aunt left him. This fantasy cop drama is really not very good. I found it a bit boring; it can be creative putting the twist on old stories but just didn’t do it for me. It has some interesting photography, very creamy, fairytale like, but not enough to make it good. I really don’t think is worth watching. Bad acting, bad visual effects and not so interesting stories.


15 Nov


Hey… anyone watched the last season of American Idol? I didn’t have any espectations of it and just enjoyed what I saw that I liked, and I absolutely adored Casey Abrams. He was an incredible musician (still is). And I always rooted for Haley Reinheart, the underdog who made it quite further than I thought she would. Well, anyhow, they just released their rendition of the holliday classic: Baby it’s Cold Outside. Check it out.