I don’t know if anyone has researched the origin of the television marathon, but the first time I became aware of such a thing was probably the holiday bingeathon of The Twilight Zone. If I remember correctly, it was WPIX in New York that would fill a day’s programming — New Year’s Day, maybe 4th
Channel flipping the other day brought me to “Seinfeld” on TBS — never a bad thing. I quickly recognized it as “The Maestro,” when Elaine dates an orchestra conductor. But what caught my eye was the first of the scenes that take place at Frank Costanza’s pool table, where the wall is adorned with some
My wife is a big fan of “Gilmore Girls,” and when the show was on the air during its original run, it rivaled “The West Wing” for the fastest dialogue on television. It also featured actor Scott Patterson, a former pitcher in the Braves and Yankees systems (plus a spring training with the Rangers and
“The Simpsons” last night looked into the future for Jose Canseco’s next book (and Marge’s last one).
I took a bit of a break from blogging, even the internet in general (just a little), the past few days, hence the lack of activity. And so I’m a little bit behind on a query over at Uniwatch on Monday that concerns this screengrab from an episode of King of Queens: The question is: