Section A #1 Parks & Recreation vs. #9 Frasier Even Jerry/Larry/Gerry/Terry could not mess this one up (nor could Kyle or Jon Hamm). While there’s certainly a massive fanbase who will ride and die with everyone’s favorite neurotic radio psychologist, it ran into a juggernaut … Continue reading Eight Is Nowhere Near Enough: Here’s The First Shows Into The Totally Tubular Thirty-Two
After over two months, we’re just into the start of what would be the start of an ordinary March Madness. It’s our second round, but we’re gonna keep it at the eight songs a week as it matches the days of week (we believe in … Continue reading Comedy “March” Madness: The Scrumtrulescent 64’s First Eight Matchups:
#1 The Simpsons vs. #16 The Bob Newhart Show Ok, this TV titan had a bit of a harder push in its first round match than one might expect, but still won the voting by about a 3:1 margin. Part of it may have to … Continue reading And The Winners For Section B Are…
Sixteen down and just 112 classic shows to go. This segment features the longest running show of all time and one that just about everyone reading this has quoted at some point in their lives. Soooo… how do you think it will do? Vote below, … Continue reading March Madness! The Outstanding 1-2-8: Section B
It was not the first show to adapt A Christmas Carol to fit its characters and certainly won’t be the last. However, it does hold a place in many’s hearts as the first time they’d ever see. At least, I can speak for myself. And … Continue reading On The 12th Day of Christmas: Family Ties-“A Keaton Christmas Carol”
Just because we’re snarky does not mean we don’t need a little Christmas sometimes–even after writing about ten Hallmark movies with the exact same plot. Here at Screen Scholars, we like Gremlins and Die Hard as definitive Christmas movies, “Player’s Ball” and “Brick” are Christmas … Continue reading Introducing the Screen Scholars 12 Days of Christmas: Great Episodes Massive Worldwide Event!!1!