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Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1992

Why do we seek nostalgia? Is it really because things were better back then? Are we that dissatisfied with the present? In many ways, a number of us truly could be. It seems, though, that every generation yearns for the nostalgia of their own era. Perhaps because

New Power Rangers Official Trailer

90’s babies are really going to enjoy the new Power Ranger movie with the acclaimed Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston playing Zardon. If you haven’t seen the trailer already here it is!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows- Review

After the disaster that was the TMNT movie in 2014, no one would ever guess that a sequel would be any better. Surprisingly enough, this is an enjoyable, proper Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Directed by Dave Green, whose only other directing credit was Earth to Echo,

It’s Cinco de Cuatro!

It’s Cinco de Cuatro! Which for the non-initiated, is a fictional holiday created in one of our favorite TV series, Arrested Development as the Bluth family’s response to Cinco de Mayo. As such, in the spirit of this fictional holiday, we at Teal Cheese would like

Archer- Season 6 Premiere on Netflix 3/29 & Season 7 Premiere on FX 3/31

Somehow this show just never gets old. I can seriously watch each season over and over and it’s just as funny as the first time. The premise (for those that somehow still haven’t seen it) is that Archer (voice by H. Jon Benjamin) is the

Flight of the Conchords Announce Summer North American Tour

New Zealand folk-rap-comedy duo Flight of the Conchords just announced a summer North American tour. The tour will begin June 11th in Cleveland, OH and ends July 27th in Los Angeles, CA. This will be their first tour since 2014, and is something fans of the

#TBT- Top 90’s Nickelodeon Shows Part 1

“Doug”– Ran from 1991-1994 (ABC reboot from 1996-2000): What can’t be said about doug that wasn’t awesome? His best friend was named Skeeter, he was in love with a girl named Patti Mayonnaise, and he had an awesome dog named porkchop. Most of us could relate

Jon Stewart “No jokes!” as he reflects on American racism and violence.

Jon Stewart’s monologue tonight was an impassioned, frustrated meditation on the Charleston shooting and other recent tragedies. “I didn’t do my job today,” he said. “I’ve got nothing for you in terms of jokes and sounds, because of what happened in South Carolina.” Stewart went

#420- Getting Doug With High

Just one more project in a long line of genius ideas from comedian Doug Benson. He is living the REAL American dream, constantly finding new ways to make a living doing the things he would probably do in his free time anyway. Multiple successful stand