*Well, it's summer again, and you know what that means. Yep, time for me to make some extra money by offering my services as a special troubleshooting referee.
*It's a full day later, and I still don't know why Joey Bishop's character calling Guy Marks' character "the Italian Raymond Massey" is funny. I may have to go back to 1980s sitcoms for a day or two while I work this one out.
*Bob Seger's catalog is now available for streaming. Sorry, but I can't condone anything that makes it possible for "Old Time Rock and Roll" to be heard on another platform.
*They should put the 1980s WWF syndicated shows on the Network so we don't have to hunt for them on...uh, online. This episode of "Superstars" has the debuts of Harley Race, Butch Reed, and a returning Superstar Graham, the hot angle of the Flower Shop vs. Piper's Pit, plus a match that would be a main event in any arena in the world: Jimmy Jack Funk vs. Tito Santana.
*"Touch football is a game of quickness, cunning, and guile"--Tom Bradford. Too bad his triple spinner reverse play was snuffed out and he lost 72-0.
*R.I.P. Adam West, and I understand the tributes, but to say he was the only Batman that mattered or THE Batman seems silly to me. Growing up as a comic book reader, there were like 2 or 3 different versions of Batman just on the newsstand alone. I was fine with all of them.
*Was it always a big event when Sweet Daddy was on "Good Times"? Because it should have been.
*I have mixed emotions. On one hand, it's great to see Fred Sanford on The Gong Show. OTOH, I would rather have seen him do insult comedy that sing standards.
Cultureshark's Bottom 5: 5 worst things about Summer
I mean, really
It's the best season
Don't hate on it
To reiterate: nothing
Words of Wisdom
""Ladies and gentlemen, we tried to get the world's best comic. We couldn't get him, and here's Miltion Berle!"-- --Frank Sinatra at the Lost JFK Inaugural, airing on PBS