Join Jonathan as he weighs in on the recent argument that gained social media attention regarding how Martin Short is perceived by audiences.
Tune-in and listen to a brief history of the Time-Life Music line of releases and hear Jonathan’s theory about how and why we got to one of the best Time-Life Music releases – if you consider the TV commercial – CLASSICAL THUNDER!
Jonathan discusses the current Hollywood labor strike and attempts to contextualize it through a historical lens.
How the heck did a 1950s comedy legend get a shot at usurping Johnny Carson some 23 years AFTER his career peak? Join Jonathan as he discusses the three incarnations of The Jerry Lewis Show and in particular the June 1984 5-episode test-run for the third, and final, incarnation.
Join Jonathan for an infamous TV show from 1969 that really should just be famous for being innovative, clever, surreal, with the good intention of trying to speak some truth to power. It is a short introduction / interpretation of Turn On! Episode 2.
Jonathan plays catch…up with the idea of the 1970s’s The Bionic Dog. Join Jonathan as he discusses the silly wonderfulness that was this spin-off idea.
It is all about the tension between the old and the new in today’s mini-episode. Join Jonathan as he discusses three recent history-focused TV programs: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (Paramount+, 2022-present), Call Me Kate (Netflix, 2023), and Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators (Netflix, 2023).