Netflixing a TV series with your spouse/friends/significant other, and watching episodes while the other party is out. This creates the awkward situation where you have to decide if the other party now has to watch episodes by themselves, or skip ahead to catch up.
Sorry babe, I'm already on Season 3, Episode 7 of "The Wire." Do you think you'll have time to catch up before we watch it together tomorrow? I know, I'm totally netflix cheating.
When you are too lazy or don't want to watch a movie for any reason, but you want to know what happens and why everyone is talking about it. So you decide to go on Wikipedia and read the movie's Plot.
This can also be applied to books, TV series, etc.
Guy 1: I saw Super 8 last night, it sucked.
Guy 2: I know!
Guy 1: Have you seen it?
Guy 2: No, but I've plotted it.
Guy 1: Gotta love plotting, I wouldn't have wasted my money on that movie ticket.
A TV/comic series about 5 high school girls who get magical powers and save the world.
The acronym W.I.T.C.H. comes from the girls' first names: Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, Hay Lin.
It sounds horribly cliche, but it's actually pretty awesome.
Random chick 1: OHMIGOSH, I just watched like 14 episodes of W.I.T.C.H. today on Youtube. IT'S SOOOOO COOL.
Random chick 2: Oh please. Read the comics, I'm telling you, the TV series is horrid.
|39.||Country Gatherer 5|
An urban slang term that originated from MSN statuses. One may use the term to have other people acknowledge that they are indeed watching the TV Series "Country Gatherer" and currently on episode 5. This is crucial to have as a status for there is no point in watching a Television show if others don't know about it.
"Share something new with friends."
*Hmm, well my best friend passed away last week. No, no, that can wait, I MUST tell others what I am watching as of RIGHT NOW.*
"Country Gatherer 5"
"There, done. Hopefully people will see it, and maybe even comment on it"
Friend 1: "Yo Phillip, whatcha doing? Watching porn?"
Phillip: "Nah, why watch porn when you can watch Country Gatherer?" "I'm on episode 5."
Friend 1: "Don't forget to put it as your MSN status, or there is no point in even watching it.
Phillip: Damn, almost forgot, thanks bro.
TV series Basement DVD:
When a TV show never gets an official DVD release.
Someone usually collects a complete TV series from video tape recordings or official VHS release and makes a DVD for sale, either on eBay or iOffer.
Movie Basement DVD:
When a movie is never given an official DVD release.
Someone often creates a DVD from an existing VHS release of an obscure Cut favorite that has yet to have an official DVD release
1.) The only way to see the complete series of Bucky O'Hare is to find a Basement DVD for sale online.
2.) George Lucas will never release the Star Wars Holiday Special so your best bet is to find a Basement DVD of it.
|41.||Shits the bed|
When a movie or TV series does well enough through out, then at the end completely and utterly ruins it so badly it makes you forget any good points it may have had.
The series was alright, but it really shits the bed at the end.
Batman is an American television series, based on the DC comic book character of the same name.The series starred Adam West as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Burt Ward as Robin/Dick Grayson.In their disguises as Batman and Robin respectively,the two crime fighters (also known as The Dynamic Duo) defend the citizens of Gotham City from the various criminals and supervillains of the city.The series aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network for three seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968, and 120 episodes were produced in total.more...
Whilst Batman and Robin faced numerous criminals and supervillains in their war on crime, they would often come across certain master criminals more often than others.The following are examples:
1.Joker -- played by Cesar Romero
2.Riddler -- played by Frank Gorshin
3.Penguin -- played by Burgess Meredith
4.Catwoman -- played by Julie Newmar
5.Mad Hatter -- played by David Wayne
6.Egghead -- played by Vincent Price
7.King Tut -- played by Victor Buono
8.Zelda the Great -- played by Anne Baxter
9.Marsha, Queen of Diamonds -- played by Carolyn Jones
10.Louie the Lilac -- played by Milton Berle
11.Shame -- played by Cliff Robertson
***Note:Many of the villains that featured in this Batman TV series were INVENTED specifically for this series and are NOT part of the established Batman universe (or at least they were not at the time they debuted in this series).***