What Does It Take to Love Lucy Nowadays?

I Love Lucy

In a number of ways, I Love Lucy was a successful effort of innovating the art and craft of TV shows back in the 1950s. Two of the most quoted merits of the show are the fact it was the first to be shot in front of a live audience. Also, it brought unprecedented attention […]

The Honeymooners And The Age Of Consumerism

Ed, Ralph and Alice

As said in some previous articles, The Honeymooners wasn’t at all without a hard core – it spoke not just about the life in the society, but also about the life of the blue-collar family. The show presented the life of the working man, with this working man still trying to prove that he deserves […]

A Short History of the Voice

Tom Waits

Upon meeting with the music of Tom Waits, it is obvious that the first thing that captures your attention is his raspy voice. It seems as if Tom wanted it to sound this way and that he went to great length in order to have it. Only afterwards you hear the lyrics, only afterwards the […]

The Quiet Man: Starring John Wayne


A lot of you who claim to be my friends by now know what a John Wayne fan I am. I own a lot of his movies the memorabilia and a lot of other random stuff that I stated to collect when I was younger. When I was 5 or 6 years old I got […]

Andy Griffith Show: They Just Don’t Make Them Like That Anymore


The Andy Griffith Show is one of the most well-loved television series during the 1960’s. It was funny, family-oriented, and always teaches a lesson at the end of each story. It was so well-loved in fact, that it lasted 249 episodes. The 1960’s up to the 1970’s was a decade of great television series that […]