In a feature explaining surprising cameos in TV shows, movies and songs, Brian looks at why Michael Jackson co-sang the bizarre Eddie Murphy song, "Whatzupwitu"
In the newest Pop Culture Theme Time, I'm looking for what you feel was the most "out of nowhere" deus ex machina ending of a TV episode.
Fresh off her newfound fame in the hit horror film, Poltergeist, Zelda Rubinstein put it all at risk to become an AIDS awareness advocate at a time few celebrities were willing to be associated...
In the latest in a feature spotlighting backdoor pilots, Brian looks at how Sharon Stone almost spun off from TJ Hooker into her own cop series about a vice cop named Dani Starr.
In a feature looking at recurring themes in pop culture, Brian spotlights five TV episodes that inadvertently became quasi-backdoor pilots for spinoff series.
In the latest "Just a Reminder," Brian reminds folks that Batman: The Animated Series was produced by Warner Bros. for another network.
In the latest Pop Culture Easter Eggs, Brian shares all of the opening title Easter Eggs from Season 2 of the Hulu hit TV series, Only Murders in the Building.
In the latest Pop Culture Easter Eggs, Brian shares the opening title Easter Eggs from the finale of the second season of the hit Hulu TV series, Only Murders in the Building.