The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, find out what Jurassic Park would be like if all the dinosaurs were replaced by none other than Pee-wee Herman. Plus, let Patrick (H) Willems break down why the FOX teen drama series The OC was actually pretty great. And finally, take a nostalgic look back at the animated Adventures of the Gummi Bears with The Deets from Disney+. Read More »
With presents nestled under the Christmas tree and family members to avoid, what better time to pop in an episode of your favorite show? While holiday-themed episodes are often hit-or-miss, they’ve also churned out some of the best hours and half-hours of television that you can throw on in the background while you wrap your presents.
Christmas-themed TV episodes offer a wonderful alternative to the myriad of saccharine Christmas movies, with stories ranging from profoundly uplifting to hopelessly bleak. A good chaser after watching The Holiday for the umpteenth time.
Here is a list of the best holiday-themed episodes that you can find streaming online now.
Read More »
How many television series finales disappoint? How many television series finales actually surprise their core audiences? Reddit user ChallengeResponse created a graph showing the IMDb user ratings of television series finales relative to their average per episode user rating. Check out the graphs now after the jump.
Read More »
Amazon is offering The O.C. – The Complete Series for 59% off as the Deal of the Day. The four season box set which normally retails for $179.98, can be purchased for only $72.99, a savings of $106.99. Okay, I’ll admit – The O.C. isn’t exactly geek material. And yes, the last two seasons were extremely bad. But there were a couple geek moments. For instance, the moment (embedded below) from Episode 14 where Seth (Adam Brody) reenacts the Spider-Man upside-down kiss with Summer (Rachel Bilson). And how can anyone forget George Lucas’ painful to watch cameo, where he played himself (the only video I could find online is in Spanish).