A Letter to Bravo Television

* This Post Has Been Written by my friend Lucy! * 

Dear Bravotv and Andy Cohen,

I would like to sum up my feelings for the Real Housewives Series!  I think that one Housewife, the ORIGINAL,Vicki Gunvalson from The Real Housewives of Orange County, stated it best when she said, “THE FUN IS GONE.”

Vicki is so right.  THE FUN IS GONE in all of the SERIES.

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY was a season of PURE DRAMA and not FUN drama.  I did not enjoy watching two friends become enemies.  You can tell me that was their REALITY and you were just taping but I am a HOUSEWIFE and my life does not revolve around FRIENDSHIPS.  In addition, I did not enjoy watching another mother go off the deep end completely.  THAT is not what I watch THE REAL HOUSEWIVES FOR.

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW JERSEY I HAVE ONLY WATCHED ONE EPISODE.  I have found it to be SILLY and completely unrealistic.  The New Jersey Ladies and I use the word Ladies loosely AND I mean it for all FIVE have become quite FULL of themselves.  They are turning me off of the show.  The FOUR that are a huge click are quite condescending on TWITTER and in writing their blogs.  Unless, you go all lovey dovey over them and FOLLOW exactly who they say to FOLLOW then they BLOCK .  I have to admit, kind of gives a little CREDENCE to DANIELLE STAUB saying they are quite a FORCE when they want to be.  REALLY, makes a person think, hmm.

I started watching the FRANCHISE with THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA.  THESE WOMEN seem to handle the press the best.  Kim Zolciak loves Twitter and deals with the HATERS pretty well.  She doesn’t engage too often and she very rarely blocks.  NeNe Leakes has her ups and downs but has learned to stay low through the tough times.  The other women are not on as often and they tend to stay positive.  They do not BASH THE FANS at all.

Now, onto BLOGGING on BRAVOTV.  Yikes, I do not know where to begin.  I know that you are claiming that you are creating a REALITY show and the blogs are the women writing after they have viewed the episode.  I get it.  I am an intelligent viewer.  AND from what I understand, BRAVOTV has done their research too and knows their audience therefore I am the NORM.  Meaning, most (I used a qualifier) of the viewers are intelligent viewers.  Many (another qualifier) are women in their 30’s and 40’s with degrees and we have careers or had careers.  We tend to have decent incomes.  Actually, many viewers probably have better incomes and more degrees than the HOUESEWIVES’.  Another large demographic of viewers is the GAY COMMUNITY.   And, the one thing BRAVOTV has been commended for is sticking to programming GEARED for their audience BUT I think BRAVOTV is losing sight of this or trying to expand and it might be at the cost of losing their BASE AUDIENCE!

Bottom line:  the HOUSEWIVES need VIEWERS and their condescending tones and nasty blogs are starting to IRRITATE US intelligent viewers.  We don’t need lectured about MANNERS or told to GET A LIFE.  We are not the ones PARADING OUR FAMILIES AROUND on national television for PROFIT.  US VIEWERS USE THEM AS OUR GUILTY PLEASURE.  Oh, and here is a clue.  WHEN SOMEONE SAYS, “IT IS MY GUILTY PLEASURE”,   They are apologizing for watching something BENEATH them. It really isn’t the BEST COMPLIMENT.  The women need to come down off the HIGH HORSE.  A little self deprecation is in order.  Oh, the ladies from NEW JERSEY probably need to look up the meaning of SELF DEPRECATION, especially Teresa Giudice.  Lastly, I certainly did not appreciate having an 18 year old write a blog ripping the viewers.  Ashley Holmes is clearly a ‘child’ hoping to get a show on BRAVOTV just like Lynne Curtin’s daughters’ from Real Housewives of Orange County tried to do last season.  I was curious if BRAVOTV was testing these girls in hopes of luring in the younger crowd???  Give it up BRAVOTV.  The young crowd likes MTV!!!

On a side note:  My two young children, 18 and 21 informed me that I would love Kelly Cutrone on, MTV, THE CITY and forget KELL ON EARTH, that you guys tamed her.  So, that says it all.  If BRAVOTV is really going to try and LURE in the young ones they have to truly compete MTV style and I am thinking us OLDER ones, you KNOW, your HUGE BASE audience are not going to LOVE THAT because I already can tell  you I think the DAUGHTERS’ of the HOUSEWIVES can go straight to HELL.  Trust me if those girls were my kids they would not behave in the manner they do, spoiled little bitches.

Now, back to my true VENT!

BRAVOTV needs to go back to showing us REAL HOUSEWIVES lives.  We liked it.  We liked the FUN.  Gossiping about each other is good.  BUT, that is all I want.  A LITTLE GOSSIP!!  Some good old fashion gossiping.  For the most part, these ladies should live pretty SEPARATE lives.  Busy with family.  I am sick of all the BOTOX, PLASTIC SURGERY, VOW RENEWALS, FAKE TRIPS, BULLSHIT FAKE CHARITY EVENTS AND SO ON.  Get back to the basics.

Honestly, I liked seeing Gretchen Rossi, from Real Housewives of Orange County, get ready for her makeup line event.  I liked seeing Bethenny Frankel promote her cookbook products at the  grocery stores and Alex McCord &  Simon Van Kempen with their kids from Real Housewives of New York City.  Then, sprinkle in a luncheon.  I honestly can’t think of anything I have enjoyed on The Real Housewives of  New Jersey and I have stopped watching their season completely.

You need to go back to the basics.  You need to be honest about TRIPS.  Just tell the viewers it is a HOUSEWIFE getaway planned around SUCH AND SUCH an event.  WE, the viewers GET IT and don’t mind!

Now, I can’t ever send this as a letter it is too long but I use my blog to VENT.  It felt great.  I know it is silly to vent about television but that is what my blog is for.  My silly little stuff.

I use to  enjoy THE REAL HOUSEWIVES and now I have watched it all spiral into the UGLY.

The HOUSEWIVES THEMSELVES have let the FAUX fame (I liked How Jerry Seinfeld said that) really get the best of them.  They are not even D-List celebrities.  THEY are REALITY Celebrities.  These women need to put it all in perspective.  Once the shows are gone, they are gone.  They need to Keep their day jobs!!! Whatever those were or if they ever had a DAY JOB! BUT……

THEY need to stop bashing fans and get over themselves or they just might find themselves looking for DAY JOBS sooner than they think, oh and if they want to say , they don’t care they survived before REALITY TELEVISION then  more power to them we survived long before them too and even better there is always someone to FILL their shoes to keep OUR guilty pleasure going, they are the losers  not us

by lucy on June 9, 2010

Dear Bravotv and Andy Cohen,

I would like to sum up my feelings for the Real Housewives Series!  I think that one Housewife, the ORIGINAL,Vicki Gunvalson from The Real Housewives of Orange County, stated it best when she said, “THE FUN IS GONE.”

Vicki is so right.  THE FUN IS GONE in all of the SERIES.

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY was a season of PURE DRAMA and not FUN drama.  I did not enjoy watching two friends become enemies.  You can tell me that was their REALITY and you were just taping but I am a HOUSEWIFE and my life does not revolve around FRIENDSHIPS.  In addition, I did not enjoy watching another mother go off the deep end completely.  THAT is not what I watch THE REAL HOUSEWIVES FOR.

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW JERSEY I HAVE ONLY WATCHED ONE EPISODE.  I have found it to be SILLY and completely unrealistic.  The New Jersey Ladies and I use the word Ladies loosely AND I mean it for all FIVE have become quite FULL of themselves.  They are turning me off of the show.  The FOUR that are a huge click are quite condescending on TWITTER and in writing their blogs.  Unless, you go all lovey dovey over them and FOLLOW exactly who they say to FOLLOW then they BLOCK .  I have to admit, kind of gives a little CREDENCE to DANIELLE STAUB saying they are quite a FORCE when they want to be.  REALLY, makes a person think, hmm.

I started watching the FRANCHISE with THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA.  THESE WOMEN seem to handle the press the best.  Kim Zolciak loves Twitter and deals with the HATERS pretty well.  She doesn’t engage too often and she very rarely blocks.  NeNe Leakes has her ups and downs but has learned to stay low through the tough times.  The other women are not on as often and they tend to stay positive.  They do not BASH THE FANS at all.

Now, onto BLOGGING on BRAVOTV.  Yikes, I do not know where to begin.  I know that you are claiming that you are creating a REALITY show and the blogs are the women writing after they have viewed the episode.  I get it.  I am an intelligent viewer.  AND from what I understand, BRAVOTV has done their research too and knows their audience therefore I am the NORM.  Meaning, most (I used a qualifier) of the viewers are intelligent viewers.  Many (another qualifier) are women in their 30’s and 40’s with degrees and we have careers or had careers.  We tend to have decent incomes.  Actually, many viewers probably have better incomes and more degrees than the HOUESEWIVES’.  Another large demographic of viewers is the GAY COMMUNITY.   And, the one thing BRAVOTV has been commended for is sticking to programming GEARED for their audience BUT I think BRAVOTV is losing sight of this or trying to expand and it might be at the cost of losing their BASE AUDIENCE!

Bottom line:  the HOUSEWIVES need VIEWERS and their condescending tones and nasty blogs are starting to IRRITATE US intelligent viewers.  We don’t need lectured about MANNERS or told to GET A LIFE.  We are not the ones PARADING OUR FAMILIES AROUND on national television for PROFIT.  US VIEWERS USE THEM AS OUR GUILTY PLEASURE.  Oh, and here is a clue.  WHEN SOMEONE SAYS, “IT IS MY GUILTY PLEASURE”,   They are apologizing for watching something BENEATH them. It really isn’t the BEST COMPLIMENT.  The women need to come down off the HIGH HORSE.  A little self deprecation is in order.  Oh, the ladies from NEW JERSEY probably need to look up the meaning of SELF DEPRECATION, especially Teresa Giudice.  Lastly, I certainly did not appreciate having an 18 year old write a blog ripping the viewers.  Ashley Holmes is clearly a ‘child’ hoping to get a show on BRAVOTV just like Lynne Curtin’s daughters’ from Real Housewives of Orange County tried to do last season.  I was curious if BRAVOTV was testing these girls in hopes of luring in the younger crowd???  Give it up BRAVOTV.  The young crowd likes MTV!!!

On a side note:  My two young children, 18 and 21 informed me that I would love Kelly Cutrone on, MTV, THE CITY and forget KELL ON EARTH, that you guys tamed her.  So, that says it all.  If BRAVOTV is really going to try and LURE in the young ones they have to truly compete MTV style and I am thinking us OLDER ones, you KNOW, your HUGE BASE audience are not going to LOVE THAT because I already can tell  you I think the DAUGHTERS’ of the HOUSEWIVES can go straight to HELL.  Trust me if those girls were my kids they would not behave in the manner they do, spoiled little bitches.

Now, back to my true VENT!

BRAVOTV needs to go back to showing us REAL HOUSEWIVES lives.  We liked it.  We liked the FUN.  Gossiping about each other is good.  BUT, that is all I want.  A LITTLE GOSSIP!!  Some good old fashion gossiping.  For the most part, these ladies should live pretty SEPARATE lives.  Busy with family.  I am sick of all the BOTOX, PLASTIC SURGERY, VOW RENEWALS, FAKE TRIPS, BULLSHIT FAKE CHARITY EVENTS AND SO ON.  Get back to the basics.

Honestly, I liked seeing Gretchen Rossi, from Real Housewives of Orange County, get ready for her makeup line event.  I liked seeing Bethenny Frankel promote her cookbook products at the  grocery stores and Alex McCord &  Simon Van Kempen with their kids from Real Housewives of New York City.  Then, sprinkle in a luncheon.  I honestly can’t think of anything I have enjoyed on The Real Housewives of  New Jersey and I have stopped watching their season completely.

You need to go back to the basics.  You need to be honest about TRIPS.  Just tell the viewers it is a HOUSEWIFE getaway planned around SUCH AND SUCH an event.  WE, the viewers GET IT and don’t mind!

Now, I can’t ever send this as a letter it is too long but I use my blog to VENT.  It felt great.  I know it is silly to vent about television but that is what my blog is for.  My silly little stuff.

I use to  enjoy THE REAL HOUSEWIVES and now I have watched it all spiral into the UGLY.

The HOUSEWIVES THEMSELVES have let the FAUX fame (I liked How Jerry Seinfeld said that) really get the best of them.  They are not even D-List celebrities.  THEY are REALITY Celebrities.  These women need to put it all in perspective.  Once the shows are gone, they are gone.  They need to Keep their day jobs!!! Whatever those were or if they ever had a DAY JOB! BUT……

THEY need to stop bashing fans and get over themselves or they just might find themselves looking for DAY JOBS sooner than they think, oh and if they want to say , they don’t care they survived before REALITY TELEVISION then  more power to them we survived long before them too and even better there is always someone to FILL their shoes to keep OUR guilty pleasure going, they are the losers  not us!

Groovy TV

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Ah yes. The Glory Days of ‘Groovy’ Television. Don’t you remember way back when the world seemed so much simpler? How much did you (or still do) love all that the 70’s had to offer as far as TV programming? As much as this guy?

If you did, then I would like to take a moment and direct your attention to This Ultra-Super-Fly-Far-Out Post. I couldn’t have written this any better if I tried.

Excerpt:

Being yanked from the warmth of my mother’s womb and placed into the cold harshness that was the last week of 1973 (I’m thinking of starting a novel using that last sentence, but wanted to try it out here first), I don’t remember a lot about 70s TV as it was happening. I did however grow up on 70s reruns. Lots of them. In fact, by the time this post is over, you may well think I grew up on too many 70s reruns…

Read the complete post HERE.

Thank me later.

Where Have All The Good Shows Gone?

*Announcement: (Melevision will return to the ‘American Idol’ chronicals tomorrow. So, be sure to have caught up with viewing all of the performances from last night. We have a lot to talk about.*

In the mean time, I am PROUD to bring to you A Special Guest Appearance. Yes. Thats right! This post was written by the totally super awesome Michael C from the blog : The Wonderful World Of Nothing. So sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Where Have All The Good Shows Gone?

Some say that TV is cyclical. Game shows have come back to being in vogue, courtroom dramas have always been a mainstay and sitcoms have come and gone and gone and come back again. There is however one very big notable absence in the revolving door of good TV, the Variety Show. They used to create the one big night of TV where the entire family could sit together and watch. You just don’t see mom, dad, sister and brother all sitting down to watch ‘Paradise Hotel’ these days. American Idol maybe, but that’s stretching the ‘Variety’ concept.

Watching PBS’ ‘Pioneers of Television’ a few weeks ago got me thinking about how cool variety shows were and how everybody had one. Of course there was Ed Sullivan, (possibly the homeliest looking individual on TV, short of President Nixon), Steve Allen, Milton Berle, Bob Hope, Sonny and Cher, Flip Wilson and one of my personal favorites, Dean Martin. Tony Orlando and Dawn had one as did the Smother Brothers with their establishment and network censor challenging late 60s show. Glen Campbell filled in for them during the summer months with his own show and the Brady Bunch had a couple of variety shows if I recall correctly. They were very common back in the day and offered a little something for everyone, assuming of course that you were into music, dance and sketch comedy. While not entirely a variety show, I also need to mention the Carol Burnett Show as a staple of entertainment back then.

Perhaps one of the best things about variety shows was that they were able to showcase new and upcoming talent and offer a stage for it before the days of cable and Youtube. Elvis, The Beatles, George Carlin, Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, Bob Newhart and so many more were able perform for virtually all of America as up and comers. Many times a variety show appearance was the only way that people could be introduced to comedians and musical acts like the Rolling Stones, many of the great Motown Artists and just about any music group from the 1950s-1970s. So great was the appeal and reach of variety shows that Elvis was famously ‘censored’ on more than one occasion because of his performing style by Ed Sullivan and Steve Allen. Granted there were only a few channels to watch back then, but virtually the entire TV watching public tuned in for Elvis and the Beatles. That’s quite a feat.

It’s great to look back today at some of the performers and situations in which some of the greatest performers of all time appeared in comedy sketches or musical duets. I think that’s what I long the most to see today. Imagine politicians (like Nixon on Laugh In) or Sinatra swinging on the Dean Martin show one minute and then in a skit the next. How would we react to seeing jugglers or a dancing act on TV today? Other than Saturday Night live perhaps, there is just no current outlet like that on TV.

Maybe in the days of DVDs, movies on demand, reality shows, Oprah and Law and Order we need a little more to keep us entertained than Topogigo the puppet or a couple of guys in tights that can spin dishes on poles. Sadly, I’m not sure the straight variety show format could work on network TV today and that’s unfortunate. Hopefully more and more of the classic variety shows from our past will make it to DVD sets so that we can enjoy one of the best formats from the golden age of television. What could be better for today’s short attention span viewing audience than an hour-long program that offers something new every 10 minutes? Yeah, we can cut out the part with the men in tights spinning dishes though…

If you enjoyed this post (or if you like fried cheesy goodness) just wait till you read HIS BLOG!!

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Thursdays Trivia (on friday) Three’s Company

Come and knock on our door. We’ve been waiting for you. Where the kisses are hers and hers and his…

Three’s company too.

Come and dance on on our floor.Take a step that is new.We’ve a loveable space that needs your face…

Three’s company too.

You’ll see that life is a frolic and laughter is calling for you. Down at our rendez-vous…

Three’s company, too!!!!!!

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Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrowNOW POSTED No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

1. What year did the show premiere in?  1977

2. What relation to Chrissy was Cindy?  cousin

3. What was Terri’s occupation?  nurse

4. Where did Janet work? flower shop

5. Who was *not* part of the original cast? Mr. Angelino

6. Who fell in the bathtub and had to go to the hospital?   Chrissy

7. What is Mr. Furley’s brother’s name? Bart

8. In the pilot, where did Janet and Chrissy first see Jack? bathtub

9. What was Chrissy’s occupation? secretary

10. Three’s Company had how many spin offs? two

Thursday’s Trivia: American Idol

Wow. Its been a LONG TIME since we’ve done a Trivia Game! In the spirit of 4 hours of American Idol over the last 2 days, I am thrilled to bring to you this weeks installment!

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Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrow. NOW POSTED!! No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

*Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

1. In which season of “American Idol” did Jennifer Hudson compete?

Season 3

2. Simon told Carrie Underwood she would “win ‘American Idol’ and sell more records than any other idol”. What song did Carrie sing that night?

Alone
3. During season five, Ryan Seacrest removed her high-heels before she sang “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing”. What was her name?

Mandisa

4. When did R.J. Helton compete?

Season 1
5. Clay Aiken competed in which season?

Season 26. When did Vanessa Olivarez compete in “American Idol?”

Season 27. Diana DeGarmo competed in which season?

Season 38. Which former contestant co-wrote the song “I Believe”, which was sung by the winner and runner-up at the grand finale of season 3?

Tamyra Gray

9. When did Jim Verraros compete?

Season 1
10. Paula often complimented this season two contestant’s “upper register”, especially with such songs as “Against All Odds” and “Drift Away”. What was his name

Corey Clark

Thursdays Trivia: Survivor-Season One

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Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrow. NOW POSTED No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

*Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

I figured most everyone saw the first season of Survivor.  I admittedly watched it too.

1. Who was the first person voted off the island? (first name only)
Sonja

2. How many Survivors in “Survivor One” were in “Survivor All-Stars”?
4

3. Who was the first person voted out of the Pagong tribe?
BB

4. Who won the car at the reward challenge.
No one…A car was never a reward in “Survivor One”.

5. What is Butok?
beetle larvae

6. Which person did not get to see a video tape of their family?
Jenna

7. Which one of these people were NOT in the final four?

Richard
Rudy
 Sean
Sue

8. True or False: Kelly and Richard were in the final two.
True

9. Who was the winner of “Survivor One”?   (first name only)
Richard

10. Where is Gervase from?
New Jersey (MY HOME STATE!)

Steven Colbert – A Bone To pick With Colbert Nation

I am proud to bring this Guest Post from one of my favorite bloggers around. You all know him well as SA- Sarcasm Abounds.

While I have pledged to keep posting about Stephen Colbert at least once a week, I see that it has been more than a week since my last post. Looks like I owe you two this week.

This one is an open letter to Stephen Colbert and his entourage:

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God-King, while I remain one of the faithful, I have a bone to pick with you and your “#1 and #2” fan site, Colbert Nation. While you are basking away on some Bermuda beach, your nation’s website is quickly spiraling out of control. Since the writers strike began, there have been no new postings here, perhaps to show solidarity with you, which is fine.

However, even with the void that has been created with no new news on the website, there are still many who comment on the last post. I first noticed them when I found a link from the Colbert Nation’s comments to my little blog, which I greatly appreciated, however my appreciation soured when I began to read through the other comments and find quite a few anti-Semitic and racist posts spread throughout the comments.

From my very first post for this blog, “The Sweet Midwest Girl” I made it clear where I stand on racism, be it actively hostile or passively permissive.

Now Stephen, I know you aren’t responsible for every annoying poster that feels the need to spread nonsense and hate, but I absolutely hold you and you due-designates responsible for not policing your public posting site. If you promote it, and it sells your products, you need to take a moment from in absentia and make someone deal with it. This is for the betterment of all, but especially the children. What is more American than that?

Take this happy young lad, for example:

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This is JCH, the son of my blogging pal Meleah from Momma Mia, Mea Culpa. You are a hero of his. While he is enjoying your new book, what if he decides to head over to Colbert Nation to see what else you might have that is interesting? What is he going to think if he reads some of the hateful bile some posters have left?

I promise it won’t take more than a few minutes for you to sort this out, and you can climb back up on your golden throne to pass judgement on all you survey. Otherwise, I will be forced to declare my blog the #1 and #2 fan site, as I am serving up fresh and racist-free content on all things Stephen Colbert.

Respectfully,

SA

 

 

Thursdays Trivia: Sex In The City

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Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrow. NOW POSTED  No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

1)  Who are the four main characters?
Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, Samantha

2) Who did Dolce and Gabbana select to model in a show for them on the fourth season?
Carrie

3) Who opened a bar together in Season 4?
Steve and Aidan

4) What is the bar called?
Scout

5) Which ex-boyfriend did Carrie get back together with in season 4?
Aidan

6) Besides ‘Sex in the City’ and ‘Trading Up’, what other book has Candace Bushnell written?
Four Blondes

7) Who quit her, or his, job in season 4?
Charlotte

8) When Miranda hurt her neck, who came to rescue her?
Aidan

9) Who was a lesbian for the first part of season 4?
Samantha

10) Which birthday did Carrie celebrate in Series 4?
35th

Thursdays Trivia: Star Trek The Next Generation

Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrow. NOW POSTED No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

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1. How many seasons was Tasha Yar on the Enterprise?
1

2. What is Worf’s favorite drink?
Prune Juice

3. What ship was Picard on before the Enterprise?
 The Stargazer

4. Data can be turned off by a switch where?
Behind his ear

5. What does Deanna love almost as much as life itself?
 Bhocolate or Dazd  (both are correct).

6. What kind of tea does Picard drink?
Earl Grey

7. What is Data’s cat’s name?
 Spot

8. True or False: Geordi has been blind since he was 3 years old.
 False

9. What kind of music does Riker like?
 Jazz

10. Where does Chief O’Brien work?
 Transporter Room

Thursdays Trivia: SCRUBS

Okay. You all know the drill, but, if you are new here, the rules are simple. Please put your answers in the comments section of the post and we will reveal the answers tomorrowNOW POSTED!! No Cheating! I trust that all of you will all use the honor system? That means you will not use Google, (or any other internet searches) or mooch off other peoples answers. Cheating is bad…mkay!

Todays Trivia Game has been brought to you by the one and only King of Trivia: Steve C., From: Dazd and Confuzed From Here:

This post was inspired by last weeks Season Premiere (and final season?) of SCRUBS!

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1. What is the janitor’s name on the show?

The Janitor

2. In season two of the show, Elliot Reid got an offer to work in what field of medicine?

OBGYN 

3. What position does character Dr. Kelso hold in the hospital?

Chief Of Medicine

4. J.D. and Elliot are doctors in what field of medicine?

Internal Medicine 

5. What is the first name of character nurse Roberts?

Laverne

6. J.D. and Elliot are competing for the job of chief resident, they get a patient who has an object lodged in his butt. What is that object?

Light Bulb (Janitor figures out how to remove it)

7. What is the name of the hospital Scrubs is set in?

Sacred Heart 

8. What does J. D. Stand for?

John Dorian 

9. What is the name of Dr. Kelso’s wife?

Enid

10. According to J. D, after you’ve missed an opportunity with someone, how long do you have to kiss them before you stay permanently in the “Friend zone” ?

48 Hours