Part 2 of The Podcast Episode

Is up!!! On the conclusion of this episode “Classics that may have slipped.” We discuss Designing Women, Family Matters, Perfect Strangers and Laverne & Shirley. Check out my blabbering about my favorite sitcoms.

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It’s all about supporting others

A few weeks ago.. I had an emergency visit to the barbershop. I’ve been caught up with work and doing my own thing. I’ve happened to lose track of time. Also, getting away with rocking a hat and mask everyday. Anyway, it was long overdue and he called me out on it. He also dropped a shocker in my ear…..

Really Steve?????
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Sitcoms that might’ve dropped the ball.

While I’ve watched and enjoyed many of these shows growing up. As an adult binge watching. It’s a total different ballgame. Most of these shows ran its course three seasons before a cancellation or finale. Watch below as I talk about it a little…

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Based on a true story- The Pride Of Donovan- Part 3

The years 13-18 were a total disaster for Donovan. He was so distraught losing his mother. He did go to the viewing. He didn’t like what his mom looked like. It wasn’t her that he saw. That would be the last time for many years that he will attend a funeral. He stayed home the day of the actual funeral. He did go to the gathering after the funeral. He went to see his friends one Continue reading “Based on a true story- The Pride Of Donovan- Part 3”

Shows that may have stayed on a bit too long.

Hmmmmm

I’m addicted to reruns and just television period. I’ve become a diehard fan of some that I have come to realize…. Stayed on for one or more seasons to many. Now, I’m no way bashing the shows. I’m still a fan of them. It’s just when you look back at some. You just stare blankly thinking. Wtf is going on here. It’s just like this should have ended while it was good.

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