Tag: Cartoons

Top 5 Reasons Why It Was Great to be a Child in the 90’s

download (1)Well… My camera has finally died. It has been a long time coming and I have been seeing the writing on the wall for a while. But I was hoping it would hold out until I could afford a new one… But I suppose not. For the time being it looks like I am going to have to be a web cam hero until I can get the money to replace it. But either way, the footage I got for the Nerdiest Talk Show on Earth is pretty much unusable. So… I got to come up with something for the Thursday slot quick. So why not make a list? They are pretty easy to get finished and they are entertaining. Also, it gives me another chance to get nostalgic. So let’s talk about the 90’s. The 90’s was the time that I got to be a kid. Being born in 1989, I pretty much got to experience the full force of what it means to be a ’90’s kid.’ I will admit I had an awesome childhood, so I might be biased. But in retrospect, I honestly believe that the 1990’s was one of the best times to be a child. Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons Why It Was Great to be a Child in the 90’s”

Tanner Reviews Bob’s Burgers

200px-Bob's_Burgers_promoWhenever it was first released, I had no interest in watching Bob’s Burgers. This show came out during the height of the Middle Class America Adult Cartoon craze that Family Guy (and by further extension The Simpsons) started. I watched shows like this at best for background music when there was nothing else on and that was the extent of it. When shows like American Dad, The Cleveland Show, and Bob’s Burgers reared their heads… My interest was well below zero. It wasn’t until my roommate turned on Bob’s Burgers earlier this week that I ever got a taste of the show and after sitting through the majority of the episodes… I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised… But not necessarily blown away. Bob’s Burgers as I predicted, has several similarities to shows like Family Guy. A middle class family with several kids each with their own quirks and goofiness trying to get by day-to-day and we get to sit and watch all their crazy wacky antics… But still I cannot deny that this show does have an identity to it that is all its own, a uniqueness that separates itself from Fox Network’s cavalcade of cartoon shows. Continue reading “Tanner Reviews Bob’s Burgers”