Dec 29, 2010
This hilarious night of TV (with 6, yes 6, shows) kicks off January 20th.
Happy New Year!
All Night, All Right
Nonstop comedy comes to NBC Thursday nights starting January 20th at 8/7c.
Many of the clips have made it online before, but at the very least, the introduction is new.
The Cape has a 2-hour premiere on Sunday, January 9, before moving to its usual Monday night timeslot.
You can watch the Edgar vs Maynard 2 Fight Video Trailer (Preview) here, as well as read the Edgar vs Maynard 2 full fight review. You can also discuss this fight in the comments section below when it ends. I'll post the videos of UFC 125 post fight conference etc. when it finishes, so be sure to bookmark this page . Feel free to share, tweet and like this page if you actually like it. Thanks.
Edgar vs Maynard 2 Preview
Ok, we have an interesting fight card on the menu. Frankie Edgar will face Gray Maynard on the UFC 125 event. This will, of course be the main event of the evening.
What are my thoughts about this fight, you ask?
Well, first I'd like to say that I haven't seen anyone as underrated as Frankie Edgar in the MMA community. I mean, come on guys, he beat "the Prodigy" BJ Penn twice. When I was watching those fights I was thinking how weak BJ Penn actually looks. Sure, Frankie Edgar isn't the most spectacular fighter in the world, but he gets the job done. People seem to forget that these guys are constantly fighting the best of the best in the world. You can't expect them to win every fight by a flying knee or who knows what not. I think that Frankie Edgar has good chances in this fight if he is able to keep it on his feet. Gray Maynard is simply (in my opinion) unmatched when it comes to wrestling in his weight division.
This will be a tough challenge for Gray Maynard on January 1st in the MGM Grand Arena. Some people think that he is the most boring fighter in MMA history, but this is just his style. He's paid for winning, not for dropping people down, and that's the fact in the MMA (especially UFC) organization today. IMHO, Gray Maynard is the top of the class wrestler in this division. Maybe he's not that attractive, but he takes people down so easily. Based on all of the above, here's my prediction on how the Edgar vs Maynard 2 Fight will end:
f the fight doesn't go to the ground, Edgar will simply outpunch Maynard. He's a faster, more agile, and more technical fighter when it comes to stand up. However, if Maynard manages to take Frankie down, he may simply wear him out (not necessarily finish him) because he is a lot stronger fighter physically.
Be sure to watch the Edgar vs Maynard 2 Fight Video Preview below, and stay tuned for the Edgar vs Maynard 2 Full Fight review. Thanks for reading! Oh, and by the way, don't forget to share your thoughts about the fight below, I'd love to hear what you think. Also, I don't share any full fight videos anymore because it presents a copyright infringement also.
UFC 125 has a good card – the main card throwing Frankie Edgar vs Gray Maynard for the lightweight title, Shane Carwin vs Roy Nelson and Takanori Gomi will take on Clay Guida. The latter two are good enough to become UFC 125 fight of the night or even the KO of the night honors. The Main card for the UFC 125;
Frankie Edgar vs. Gray Maynard: While both I am not a fan of either of these. While Frankie Edgar is smart and one who sticks to his plan inside the ring, Maynard is no mean. He too can execute game plan very well, but whoever can take the control of the pace of the fight will be the winner and Frankie Edgar is my winner.
Then in the Shane Carwin vs Roy Nelson, the latter has went on becoming respectful fighter after initial poor shows in the rings, and I believe that all the respect will be contained by Shane Carwin. The fight between these 2 could be Fight of the Night or KO of the Night. Shane Carwin is winner.
The Takanori Gomi vs Clay Guida is another fight potent enough to become Fight of the Night honors and I will be voting 'The Carpenter' as winner.
Even Chris Leben vs Brian Stann fight card can become Knock Out of the Night and the Fight of the Night. My winner is Chris Leben.
In the Nate Diaz vs Dong Hyun Kim fight I am not a fan of Hyun Kim and the Nate Diaz will win. Watch UFC 125 Resolution Live Online Free Frank Edgar VS Gray MayNard on Jan 1 2011 below.
Mixed Martial Arts fanatics and avid Ultimate Fighting Championship viewers are all excited for the opening fight headlined by current UFC Lightweight Champion Frankie Edgar vs. no. 1 top contender Gray Maynard in the main event of UFC 125 Resolution.
Frankie "The Answer" Edgar is the best lightweight in the world by shocking the whole world for two times. We saw him defended successfully his title against UFC Great BJ Penn on their clash at UFC 118. Also, he's going to revenge his only loss against Gray Maynard which makes UFC 125 more interesting. On the other hand, Gray "The Bully" Maynard is undefeated wrestler turned to a full martial artist. He's currently the no. 1 contender after defeating Froilan on their encounter at UFC 118 as well. Maynard wants to get the crown to Edgar!
The highly anticipated UFC event in the celebration of New Year! So, fans be ready and prepare for the explosive and blow by blow UFC 125 excitement. Don't miss it and catch UFC 125 Resolution at other sources below
UFC 125 Resolution Edgar vs Maynard
The UFC 125 Edgar vs Maynard will be happening on January 1, 2011 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas.
Sign up before January 1st for the "Tweet and Get $5 as Otavo Video On Demand" to get your $5 VOD credit, then use that credit to buy two episodes of Fringe.
Fringe Season 3 is currently ranked #34 in the top Video On Demand TV Shows. It would be great if everyone would buy two Fringe Season 3 episodes ($1.99 each) and see if we can move Fringe up to the top ten!
FYI, I'm buying Entrada and Marionette... what episodes will you buy?
More than 1,000 people surveyed over the Christmas holiday chose the last “Harry Potter” as the film they can’t wait to see next year. Fans of the boy wizard will have to wait until July 15, which is when Warner Bros.’ series finally concludes.
Coming in second place in the poll was yet another sequel: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” which is due in theaters on Nov. 18. Guys, meanwhile, said they are most looking forward to the second “Hangover,” which will be in theaters on May 26.
So 2011 looks sequel-heavy, and Marvel has to be a little bit disappointed that their summer blockbusters “Thor” and “Captain America” went unmentioned. But if I had to pick the five films I’m most looking forward to in 2011, I’d go with:
5. The Beaver – Mel Gibson hopefully being recognized for his acting abilities, and not for the poor choices he makes in his private life.
4. Captain America – Of the two Marvel properties opening this summer, the World War II setting and casting of Hugo Weaving as Red Skull have me anticipating Cap over Thor.
3. X-Men: First Class – Far be it from me to lean too heavily on the comic-book genre, but Matthew Vaughn is a terrific storyteller, and the casting for this “X-Men” prequel has been first rate.
2. Larry Crowne – Tom Hanks’ second directorial debut has massive shoes to fill. “That Thing You Do!” remains one of my all-time favorite films, and the premise behind Hanks’ next picture sounds modern, relevant and compelling.
1. We Bought a Zoo – Cameron Crowe has to rebound after the mediocre “Elizabethtown,” and teaming with Matt Damon to tell the story of a man who moves his family to rural England to run a zoo sounds like a step in the right direction.
And that doesn’t even touch on “Cowboys & Aliens,” “Cars 2,” the “Harry Potter” conclusion, Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life,” “Moneyball,” Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo Cabret” in 3D, Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse” … yeah, 2011 sounds like it’s going to be an exciting year.
The response to the season finale of "Dexter" on Sunday night is confidently separated into different camps: fans who were irritated and people who loathed it. I don't really fall in either of the two camps. The season was extremely robust in my mind, and "Dexter" positively remains one of the best shows on television, but the reactions of other people who have negative comments about the finale annoyed me.
Here are some of the negative comments about the finale. They were saying…
First, can somebody clarify how it was possible for Deb to so rapidly figure out about the camp where Jordan took Lumen captive? Deb encounters the non-English-speaking fruit vendor, who advices her off to the disturbing prisoner-in-the-back sounds coming from Jordan's car. Then, presto, Deb is pretty much at the decrepit old camp where Eugene Greer became the satanic Jordan Chase. Color me jumbled. It all transpired unpleasantly quick and felt disordered, plot-wise.
I won't mention another because I believe this people are just nothing to do with their lives.
Whatever they say, I strongly believed that the Season 5 finale was a very wonderful end of the season 5 and a great opener for the season six.
Dexter is still hot for me and never been annoying!
Taylor Armstrong, Camille’s castmate, believes that Camille is not at all ready to begin dating again, states UsMagazine.com. “As far as setting Camille up, I’m going to have to let her be the guide on that one,” Taylor said about waiting until Camille is ready to get back in the dating scene.
But when Camille is ready to go, Taylor revealed that she will be there for her every step of the way.
Who do you think Camille Grammer should date?
The Fox musical-comedy Glee has been named TV Show of the Year by gay entertainment .
In announcing the winner, Greg Hernandez said it was a tight race between Glee and the ABC Sunday night comedy Modern Family.
“Still, Glee continued to move, entertain and inspire me in season 2 as much as it did in its first year – if not more,” just touched my LGBT heart more often than did Modern Family and far more than any other show on television, although I'm encouraged by the Teddy storyline on 90210 and continue to appreciate Scotty and Kevin on Brothers & Sisters.”
Hernandez praised the show for turning Chris Colfer's gay character into a bullied teen.
“With the bullying epidemic in our country making the lives of gay kids a living hell and leading some to kill themselves, I can't think of a more important storyline on television this year,” he said.
“It's for that and so many other reasons why Glee wins the Greggy for TV Show of the Year!”
When an old detective is killed right before he can tell Beckett some information on the case, she and Castle delve into a conspiracy that may just have the solution to Beckett's mother's murder.
Whether they solve the crime or not, the drama of the episode may “take their partnership to the next level” (according to the press release). So that sounds good anyway.
Watch 'Castle' Episode 3.13
Did they get a bad guy?
Beckett looks concerned.
Castle and Beckett meet with her dad.
Castle confers with Jim Beckett.
At least she found something to read.
Here are some fun little Glee bits to keep you busy while your TV continues its long winter nap.
And while you're at it, check out Parts 1 and 2 of this ongoing series.
1. Listen to Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone" and prepare for your Blaine-Kurt fan fic to finally become a (fictional) reality in the Glee Valentine's Day episode. Reports TV Guide: "The two will be crooning Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone" outside a Gap store as Blaine prepares to profess his love." If they mean his love for affordable jeans, I will be very upset. Chris Colfer is still doing his part to vaguely fan the romance fire: "There might be a development," hints Chris." There MIGHT be a DEVELOPMENT! Not a promise, but we'll take it. The lyrics certainly support that romance will be in the air at the Gap that day:
2. Watch this video of the making of Matthew Morrison's upcoming album, get a little weirded out by his goatee and then decide whether you'll buy this new songs-for-older-people album or just stick with his "young and poppy" Glee covers, thank-you-very-much.
New episodes of the spy comedy return on January 17 with "Chuck vs. the Balcony." SpoilerTV has posted a very brief synopsis of the episode, indicating that much of the action will take place in France. Chuck and Sarah will be at a vineyard trying to track down a computer chip while desperately attempting some non-lethal romance. It's likely that they won't succeed, but the effort should be entertaining. Meanwhile, Big Mike will be on hand in Burbank to dole out love advice to an unlikely recipient: Lester.
The next espionage outing will be in "Chuck vs. the Gobbler," in which Chuck will re-face a villain named Yuri the Gobbler (played, according to IMDb by football player, Matthew Willig). Yuri previously appeared way back in season 1's "Chuck vs. the Tango."
The 13th episode of season 4 was the final episode originally ordered by NBC and therefore will most likely feature a major event: the birth of Baby Awesome. Entitled "Chuck vs. the Push Mix," we have to wonder if Devon will create an awesome delivery-room music mix for Ellie?
According to IMDb and Chuck, the 14th and 15th episodes of this season will be "Chuck vs. the Seduction Impossible" and "Chuck vs. the Cat Squad," respectively. While the impossible seduction remains a mystery (Could it maybe, possibly be some more of Lester's romance? Please?), the Cat Squad is expected to refer to a Charlie's Angels-esque group of beautiful female operatives.
While there is no word yet on the subject, we can also expect the return of Mary Bartowski and her arms-dealing devotee, Alexei Volkoff. Hopefully, they will be back soon. And often. In the meantime, however, it looks like there is an intriguing 2011 to come for Chuck.
What do you want to see on Chuck in 2011? Let us know in the comments section below!
(Image courtesy of NBC)