Sequels fail nearly as often as they're greenlit, which explains why I was surprised to find that some of TVs most iconic shows were given sequels that should never have been made.
It's no question that the last couple decades have produced lots of unusual decisions from Hollywood. Fortunately, we've managed to gain some insight into why that is.
I realized that the very movies I religiously watch every year during the holidays are actually kind of messed up.
You know the drill -- spoiler alert and all that.
Christmas is here, and that means it's time to watch some terrible movies!
Translating titles isn't as easy as it looks, and sometimes the results are hilariously amazing.
The following are rare examples of series that would eventually turn great but that started off as pathetic experiments.
Allowing for some imaginary commercial breaks where my brain hawked products I don't use, I sat in front of my screen for 24 hours, because that couldn't possibly be a terrible idea.
This should go without saying, but NSFW.
Not everything Hollywood shows you is a lie.
It turns out that upon careful inspection of our favorite films, there are some real word-turds stinking up the joint -- and we never even noticed.
Now that George Lucas is out as director for the new 'Star Wars' films, that means less of his batshit dumb ideas and more of our super awesome ideas.