Yakksters, two of TV’s highly anticipated returns have announced their return dates! Join in our discussions in the forums to share your excitement (or lack thereof!) LOST, The Final Season, will premiere on Tuesday, February 2, 2010 @ 9PM. Chuck will premiere on Sunday, January 10, 2010 with a 2-hour season premiere before moving to…Details
Thanks to our very own Yellowdog for bringing it to our attention! The Oprah Winfrey Show will show air its final episode on Network television on September 9, 2011. The Oprah Winfrey show has arguably been one of the most influential talk shows on television, as well as one of the most disliked. Earlier this…Details
Thanks to LittleMama, our very own Movie Special Correspondent, we have a preview of what’s to come. She’ll be making her debut soon! Read on below to see her take and see how many Yaks she gave the movie! Don’t forget to come share your thoughts here!
Hello Yakkity Yaksters! As your movie correspondent, I’ve decided to give you all my honest opinion of some movies that are on DVD. Maybe I haven’t seen them in the theater, maybe I have.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
One word: sucked.
The Emmy award winning reality series, The Amazing Race, has seen it’s ups and downs during it’s many seasons but on the November 15th, 2009 episode it hit a big snag in the eyes of many viewers. Join us in our forum to discuss! But let’s set the stage. During a roadblock, which is a task only one team member can perform, the teams were instructed to go to this mysterious building in Estonia. They were sent with a keyring full of keys and instructed that only one key would open the door, but they had to use their key to open it and the keyhole was in a stone wall.
At one point during this task, Sam and Dan, brothers, used another teams key once it was known which key worked, to enter the building, obviously saving them an immeasurable amount of time. Then the Globetrotters team followed another team in, once that team had found which key worked, effectively skipping the assigned task of not even having to go through their keys. This also saved them an immeasurable amount of time.
Meanwhile, the father and son team of Gary and Matt, who placed last in the previous leg and had to do a Speed Bump, while not quite caught up due to that Speed Bump weren’t apparently that far behind unless the CBS editing made it look that way.
When the 19th installment of Survivor, Survivor: Samoa premiered, Russell Hantz, of Foa Foa, was poised to be the biggest and most hated villian in Survivor history. He was poised to surpass Johnny Fairplay, Richard Hatch, “Coach”, Tyson and others as being the most hated contestant in the entire series. (Join us in our forum to discuss!)