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Ashley Scott

2008-03-15T18:59:06.889-07:00

Ashley McCall Scott started her career at the young age 15, moving to New York and different markets before eventually becoming a model for Elite Miami where she posed for numerous catalogues, appeared on the covers of prestigious publications/magazines and became the spokesmodel for the Giorgio Red women's perfume. She decided to give acting a try by 2000 and went to several auditions including



Nikki Cox

2008-02-15T21:16:28.282-08:00

Nikki Cox, born Nicole Avery Cox on June 2, 1978 in Los Angeles, California, is a multi-talented american actress who's known mostly for her roles as the smart, virginal, and skimpy-dressing Tiffany Malloy on the mid 1990's sitcom Unhappily Ever After and as Mary Connell, in the critically-acclaimed dramatic comedy series Las Vegas.Cox started her career as an entertainer at the early age of four



Kaley Cuoco

2007-10-02T04:30:05.267-07:00

Kaley Cuoco (pronounced as Coo-oh-ko), was born on the November 30th, 1985 to Gary Carmine Cuoco and Layne Ann Wingate, in Camarillo, California. Kaley, both a gifted tennis player and theatrical prodigy, already started playing tennis at the age of 3, her first career aspiration. At age 6 she began to model and appeared in a community theater playing roles in a stage production of "Annie" and "



My 1990's Comedy Shows of Note

2007-09-19T04:37:58.465-07:00

I have always been a fan of TV Shows for as long as I can remember. Although I do enjoy most of the genres, Comedy TV shows or sitcoms has always been my favorite. I guess it's because there's this element in a good Comedy TV shows that leaves me feeling good and refreshed - something I don't find often in other genres.Having watched my fair share of comedy TV Shows since childhood, some with



That 70's Show

2007-09-04T04:29:00.054-07:00

That 70's show was an American situation comedy that centers on the lives of a group of teenagers living through the 70's, also known as the hippie period, in a fictional suburban area in Wisconsin. I just started watching the reruns of this show several months ago. I never would have known how original and funny this show is 'cause of the very unappealing title. When I first started seeing



Danielle Fishel

2007-08-02T06:25:55.964-07:00

Anyone who've seen an episode of Boy meets World would never forget Danielle Fishel, known as Topanga Lawrence in the comedy series; The cute girl with a bright smile who grew up to be one of the most beautiful young actress in showbiz. Now at 26, her unassuming radiant smile that's always beaming with confidence is simply unforgettable.Danielle Christine Fishel was born on May 5, 1981 in Mesa,



A bit of Drama?

2007-06-06T23:14:01.195-07:00

Drama ~ the quality of being arresting or highly emotionalIf you ask me what type of movies/television shows I enjoy watching, I'd definitely tell you that it's not going to be drama. I've never been a fan of drama for as far back as I can remember. It's never as fun as comedy or as exciting and eventful as fantasy movies/shows, in my opinion.But that was before a friend of mine started



Is Contentment a Bad Thing?

2007-09-04T05:47:41.646-07:00

I watched an episode of The Simpsons the other day entitled "The Ice Cream of Margie (With the Light Blue Hair)." In this episode, Marge realizes (after watching a talk show) that she hasn't left much of a legacy in her lifetime except her being a housewife. So, she desperately searched for her legacy only to realize later that she already have one all along, a legacy with her family.Is



Cold Cuts of Life..

2007-05-16T05:44:15.471-07:00

Some have it easy.. like all the sausages and bacons in a supermart's freezer. They will always be picked no matter what, very much unlike the rest. Take chicken nuggets for example, nobody likes chicken nuggets (well.. atleast I'd like to think so). People of all ages won't have problems liking saugages and bacons; But when it come to the like of chicken nuggets, you'd have problems even



Great Life in High School?

2007-09-04T05:48:21.460-07:00

I often hear other people saying that high school is the best years of their lives. I agree with them in some point. High school is where you'd meet a lot of new people, new friends - some of them you'll have for maybe the rest of your lives. It's in high school that you'll experience a lot of new things - some of these you'll treasure forever. But there's more to "it" than these things and not



My Dose of Horror?

2008-08-07T03:13:38.481-07:00

I've been a very "jumpy" person for as long as I can remember; And because of that, I seem to have developed some sort of "allergy" to horror pictures. Good thing that at my age, I've acquired "techniques" to compensate for my jumpiness. Okay.. Back when I was a kid things were different. Tales from the Crypt was the closest thing to horror I'd agree on watching. Not that the series didn't



WHAM! POW!

2008-08-07T03:11:20.621-07:00

I can still remember watching the classic TV Series of Batman when I was still a child. Although non-animated television series wasn't one of my interests back then, I still ended up watching the series rather than do whatever it is that most kids of that age usually does. There was probably something in the Batman 1960's series that made such an impact on my "young mind". Now that I think about



The Tale of One Gamer??

2008-08-07T03:09:55.604-07:00

I started playing video games at the age of 8, the very moment an aunt gave me my very first gaming console. Since then, I can't seem to get enough of the virtual world - not that I'm addicted to it or something - at least not anymore. I've toned down my choices of games, unlike before where I'd play any new games I see. Now that I'm in my age, I've developed a strong preference to games that



What's inside them Muppets?

2008-08-07T03:07:59.784-07:00

There was this one scene in a horror series I remember watching that showed a kid being afraid of a puppet. Apparently, the puppet has a "vengeful spirit" living inside of it and would later end up doing some "unspeakable" things (lol). Now that I think about it, there has been a lot of these "scenes" - or something like it - shown lately. Is it becoming trend in horror films?Whatever happened to



Who wants to be Blue when you can be Yellow!?

2008-08-07T03:06:05.354-07:00

Unless it includes robots, swords or guns - I'm not watching it. That was my sort of "motto" regarding cartoons as a kid. Then I saw my very first episode of The Simpsons. It was like nothing I've ever seen before. I can still remember me and my friends laughing the whole time the show was on. Back then I had no idea of the freeze frame gags and saw very little of the sign gags that the show is



The Secret Agents are Out?

2008-08-07T03:02:53.982-07:00

I came across a rerun of Alias while doing my usual channel surfing this morning. I've heard a lot about the series from friends but their "excitement" never really grew on me. I'd always tell them that I'd rather watch MacGyver back then. Pete: (Hands him a gun.)MacGyver: Pete, you know how I feel about those things.Pete: But you're defenseless out here.MacGyver: No, just weaponless.MacGyver is



Transformers transform to the Big Screen

2008-08-07T02:50:42.209-07:00

With the advent of the new Transformers Movie from Dreamworks, more and more people are regaining their long lost enthusiasm for Transformers. People have started rekindling their interest in them, ever since tiny details of the movie started coming out. I have to admit, I'm one of those people. I really can't blame myself - as I child I grew up watching Transformers: The Animated Series. There