Recent Articles by Bill Wilson
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I'm tired as heck, and I'm not going to take it anymore!
Will YOUR kids ever know the joy of real pinball?
... or at LEAST show it some respect?
Burger King's new dessert has me thinking about how ... and why we eat!
It was awards day at my sonís elementary school the other day. This is a phenomenon that didnít happen during my days at John Henry Neff elementary in Pennsylvania decades ago.
11th Annual Kennel Caper & Rabies Clinic
Sure, you hated it in high school, but it's pretty funny when the abuse is directed elsewhere ...
"The Stepford Wives" have a secret ... this is actually a very good movie!
One of Americaís best-loved comic strips transfers to the big screen as a lot of kitty litter.
The boy wizard meets his godfather, while gal pal Hermione looks to earn her first "C."
What happens after "happily-ever-after?"
Anyone else noticing how easy it is to spell the biggest hits on CBS? They're all initials!
Upfront presentations continued yesterday for two more of the major broadcast networks. Sorry, Bonnie and Barnabas.
As is tradition, NBC kicks off the upfronts -- the annual pitch to advertisers announcing the fall schedule. Whose bubbles were burst? Who are the most promising contenders for September (and I mean contenders TWO ways)?
A marquee name ... a monstrous budget ... an historical epic ... how can a studio lose? Remember "The Alamo."
NBC's trumpeting of the great departure of, according to the peacock, the greatest sitcom since "I Love Lucy," leads many television critics to wax nostalgic on the TRUE TV greats. Now it's my turn ...
Jennifer Garner trades in her super-spy image and gets in touch with her inner adolescent ...
Sure, Scooby-Doo is sure to please its target audience. But is there anything there for the rest of us? Happily, the answer is yes!
That's right! Once you're older than thirty, you'd best start running. In the cutthroat world of demographically controlled daytime television, our oldest, most cherished characters have proved of late to be expendable.
George Romero's original horror classic is remade by a first-time director. But is it chilling or unfulfilling?
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