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Southpark E-Scooters Thing is Real!

Southpark E-Scooters Thing is Real!

We went down to San Diego and the entire town is littered with e-scooters and bikes. It’s SO INSANE. It’s just as insane as the Southpark Episode

Every street and intersection has piles of scooters, way more than anyone could use. Some of them are lit up at night with flashing lights. I’m not sure who is charging these, or how they can just put so many and expect to make their money back. They probably lose 80% of them. The funniest thing I saw was 2 guys sharing a scooter. Previously the town was covered in pedal bikes and I didn’t see as many of those this time.

I’m told LA is also covered in them. It’s only been 1/2  a year since I went to San Diego when there wasn’t any of these things around. It seems like they should pass some law about dumping/littering up the whole town with them.

You on Netflix

You on Netflix

Here is an addicting show about a super stalker guy that does whatever it takes to get what he wants.

As you continue to watch you start to realize, maybe this guy should just be a private investigator or detective and then this would be like the 1,000 other shows? haha.

A few of the times he gets in trouble toward the end seem a little unbelievable. But the show is overall very hard to stop watching past 2:00 a.m. hah.

YOU, a Netflix Original Series, is the riveting and hypnotic story of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), an obsessive yet brilliant New Yorker, who exploits today’s technology to win the heart of Beck (Elizabeth Lail) amid the growing suspicions of her best friend Peach (Shay Mitchell). Joe transforms himself from stalker to boyfriend while doing whatever it takes to eliminate all obstacles standing in his way — even if it means murder.




Monday Entertainment News

Monday Entertainment News

Emma Stone yells out ‘I’m sorry’ for ‘Aloha’ at the Golden Globes

‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ airs 8,000th episode – have you seen them all?

The Punisher season 2 hits Netflix Jan. 18

‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Star Will Poulter Leaves Twitter in ‘Interest of Mental Health’

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is fun, but doesn’t quite work as a movie or a game

‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ reboot in the works with original cast members

‘90210’ OGs Garth, Spelling, Ziering and Austin Green Get Coffee After Reboot Pitch

‘THE MULE’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Best Movie in 25 Years…

Clint Eastwood’s secret daughter tracked him down 30 years ago and the two have close relationship

Netflix’s ‘Bird Box’ home becomes a tourist attraction

Jackie Chan’s Police Story movies remain among the best action films of all time


Voltron: Legendary Defender

Voltron: Legendary Defender

You might remember the original Voltron from the 1980s which helped pioneer the robot battle type anime. Voltron: Legendary Defender by Dreamworks is an updated version of that show that is much better and is available on Netflix with eight seasons.

When it first came out, we watched the first season then forgot all about it. I started up season 2 not expecting much but as the show continued it got exponentially better. Now it’s one of the better anime that I’ve watched. Usually I watch a show and it doesn’t mean much to be me but this one really had some epic stories and battles. I could not stop watching through all the seasons. Each season got better and built on the last. I really like the animation.

The bad guys are a bit better than most and as the show goes on, it tells more of their background actually making you understand them. It has a bit of Robotech in it with the defense of planet earth too. (Earth preparing for the Zentradei invasion)


  • Defend Earth/Invasion
  • Free the Universe
  • They had a shopping at a mall episode that was pretty good. The crew is trying to earn money to buy a video game. Normally the one-shot episodes are the worst (aka Naruto Chef Ninjas) but some of these are better than the main storyline.
  • Had a great video game episode where they are playing a RPG where it switches between video game art and the art of the show in video form. They even had a mock WoW interface to it. haha.


So give it a try. At least make it through season 2.

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The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo

The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo

Here’s a show that I’ve been looking for since it went off the air. It was a companion show to B.J. and the Bear (name didn’t age well) about a trucker and his monkey which ran for three seasons. Unfortunately I can’t ever find either show to watch again. I’m also looking for Silver Spoons (which only has Season 1 of 5). Let me know if you ever see these out there.

The show was done by Glen A. Larson whose responsible for just about all of the greatest shows including:

  • Magnum P.I.
  • Caprica
  • Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009)
  • Buck Rogers (1979-1981)
  • Battlestar Galatica (1978-1979)
  • The Fall Guy (never watched it)
  • Quincy M.E. (early doctor show, I was never into it)
  • Mcloud (MST3000 often references it)

Netflix: Bird Box Scores over 45M viewers

Netflix: Bird Box Scores over 45M viewers

I just clicked on it when I saw POST-APOCALYPTIC in the description along with Sandra Bullock (Demolition Man/Speed). I am a huge fan of those types of movies. I read headlines about how scary it was. I admit it was a little scary due in part to me being at home alone with the cats in the dark at 12 a.m. When you can’t see what’s coming at you, sometimes that’s what is most scary. After watching the movie (NO SPOILER) I feel like the movie was pretty dumb overall, but entertaining. If everyone is watching it, it’s at least watching to discuss in popular culture. As far as Apocalypse movies, though, there’s at least 20+ better ones out there.


The Sandra Bullock-starring thriller has become quite popular on Netflix, becoming the streaming service’s most-watch film over the course of seven days. Since its premiere on Dec. 21, the original drama has been viewed by over 45 million accounts, the company reports. [Visit Website]


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