Posts Tagged ‘USA’
So many TV shows never make finish out their first season. Our James checks out the US autumn schedule to see which of the new shows might just last long enough for us to cherish.
Unsure of when to cheer and when to jeer? Does the fickle nature of pop culture scare you? Barack Obama, Brown Thomas' Christmas decorations and Will.i.am: Aoife's got the Hot or Not scale sorted on Ramp It Up/Stamp It Down.
Are we on the cusp of a global epidemic, the likes of which we've never seen before? Top scientists think so! News For The Daft, like tequila, should be taken with a pinch of salt and minimal gagging.
USA Network's Political Animals miniseries is both smart and glossy, but it tends to lean towards the latter at the expense of the former.
Cars, malls, fridges, even milk cartons. It's true what they say: everything is bigger in the US. As her family settles in, Jenny ponders on what all that extra space might mean for them personally.
The Olympics are almost upon us! But just wait 'til you see what's upon the athletes. Here's Aoife with the countdown of dire ensembles...
Jenny and family have landed safely in the US, but there's culture shock to deal with, not least in a carrier bag branding mishap in the local grocery store...
In which McManus introduces us to Colonel Seymour Stiveley (who's on to him), is way harsh about our national beverage, and dismisses the gauntlet thrown down by Michael O'Leary.
Brian wore Cons before all y'all wore Cons because Brian is a real, live American.
It’s Independence Day in America, so here's some of our favourite witticisms, barbs, rants and truths from some iconic and considerably less iconic Americans.
In the second instalment of Jenny Foxe's emigration diary, she talks packing, empty shelves, and the emotional weight of all that stuff...
Who in the name of Magneto would possibly want a bag of soil in the post?