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11/29/07

Martin || Martin Lawrence on Boxing (Audio)


Hilarious audio skit about boxing. Martin kills it. From his 1993 Comedy CD "Talkin Shit".

Martin is an American TV sitcom that tackles on the macho, stubborn, derisive twenty-something radio deejay/talk show hosts named Martin Payne who played by Martin Lawrence. A man who worked at WZUP, an urban talk radio station in Detroit, Michigan for the first half of the series and the local cable-access TV station, Channel 51, for the second half until the series' end. He was offered by his own nationally syndicated talk show in Los Angeles, that needing him to move there. His girlfriend (and later, his wife) was Gina Waters played by Tisha Campbell who's an advertising executive who could, on an occasion, be as egotistical and badly behaved as Martin, but otherwise preserved a persistent degree head. Speaking of Gina's head, a common running gag was to poke fun at Gina for her large forehead. In the series ending, she was promoted to Senior Vice President of the ad office in Los Angeles after the Detroit office ended and forcing her to move there with Martin.

Martin's closest friends were Tommy Strong played by Thomas Mikal Ford and Cole Brown played by Carl Anthony Payne II. Tommy was a friendly, joyful guy who get the most irritated with Cole's stupidity out of everyone else in the gang, often commenting, "Cole... you stupid." Because no one ever knew what Tommy did for a living, a common running gag occurred whenever Tommy mentioned his job in a given situation- everyone exclaimed in unison, "You ain't GOT no job!" Cole Brown, who had previously played Theo's friend Cockroach on The Cosby Show, was a faithful yet idiotic airport attendant. Who initially had a crush on Gina's sassy, attitude-having best friend and co-worker Pamela James (Tichina Arnold, who co-starred with Campbell in the theatrical adaptation of the off-Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors) Pam completed the circle of trusted friends. She and Martin had a love and hate relationship, as they constantly traded insulting wisecracks between one another, but were there for one another when it all came down to it.

Genre: Comedy Channel: FOX
Original Run: August 25, 1992 – May 1, 1997
No. of episodes: 132 (Seasons 5)
Created By: John Bowman, Martin Lawrence, and Topper Carew

Main Cast:

  • Martin Lawrence
  • Tisha Campbell (1992-1996)
  • Carl Anthony Payne II
  • Tichina Arnold
  • Thomas Mikal Ford
  • Jon Gries (1992-1994)
  • Garret Morris (1992-1994)
  • Reginald Ballard (1994-1997)
  • Tracy Morgan (1995-1997)

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11/19/07

Malcolm in the Middle | The Funniest Moment


The video was coming from the episode 519 with the carrier title of “Funniest Moments”.

Malcolm in the Middle is a seven-time Emmy-winning, one-time Grammy-winning and seven-time Golden Globe-nominated American sitcom created by Linwood Boomer for the Fox Network. The series was dominant broadcast on January 9, 2000, and ended its six-and-a-half-year run on May 14, 2006, hind hand seven seasons. It now can be viewed on FX Network (United States) in syndication.

The show starred Frankie Muniz as Malcolm, the third-born of four, later cast, children in the family, parented by Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) and Hal (Bryan Cranston). The oldest child, Francis (Christopher Masterson), was shipped off to military school, leaving his three little brothers behind: Reese (Justin Berfield), Malcolm, and Dewey (Erik Per Sullivan) living at home, Malcolm being the second oldest of the three (hence the easement of the show). The shows early seasons centered on Malcolm and the rigors of being an adolescent genius and his eccentric, although eerily normal, life; later seasons additionally began to explore the supplemental members of the family and their friends in more depth.

The series was different from many incomparable in that Malcolm broke the fourth wall and talked directly to the viewer; it was shot using a spinster camera; and it used neither a burst into blue shorter track nor a live studio audience. Emulating the style of hour-long dramas, this half-hour show was shot on film instead of video. A disconnected unique aspect is that the cold open of every episode is unrelated to the main story; exclude episodes which were the second part of a two-part series, which open with a summary of part one.

Genre: Comedy Channel: FOX
Original Run: January 9, 200 – May 14, 2006
No. of episodes: 151 (Seasons 7)
Created By: Linwood Boomer

Main Cast:
  • Malcolm – Frankie MunizLois – Jane Kaczmarek
  • Hal – Bryan Cranston.Reese – Justin Berfield
  • Dewey – Erik Per Sullivan
  • Francis – Christopher Masterson
  • Jamie – James Rodriguez and Lukas Rodriguez

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11/9/07

Gargoyles || The Musical Video


"The musical video of the famous Disney cartoon with a background episode of the series."

Gargoyles is an American series and one of the most ambitious Disney animated series in the history as they targeted an older demographic and taking a darker edge. During the first-season episode of the series, called “Deadly Force” they addressed the story in the sequence of gun violence where they include a graphic depiction of a gunshot victim. The show had been known for its complex story arcs and a mid-drama same thing for the characters arcs were it heavily employed throughout the series.


The series was about the clan of warrior that turn to stone during the day along with their leader Goliath in the year 994 A.D. They're the one who protect the Castle Wyvern and its people on the coast of Scotland until betrayal causes a massacre of the clan and a magic spell forces the six survivors into stone sleep and the castle rises over the clouds. In the year of 1994, David Xanatos whose a billionaire that purchase the castle and move it into the top of the New York City skyscraper. In the modern day of Manhattan, the gargoyles must adapt to this new kind of world as they vow to protect the citizens of New York from various evil forces.

Genre: Cartoon Channel: ABC and Syndication
Original Run: October 24, 1994 – February 15, 1997
No. of episodes: 78 (Seasons 3)
Created By: Frank Paur and Greg Weisman

Main Cast:
  • Thom Adcox – Hernadez (Lexington)
  • Brigitte Bako (Angela)
  • Jeff Bennett (Brooklyn, The Magus, Owen Burnett and Vinnie)
  • Keith David (Goliath, Thailog and Officer Morgan)
  • Bill Fagerbakke (Broadway)
  • Jonathan Frakes (David Xanatos and Coyote)
  • Salli Richardson (Elisa Maza and Salli)
  • Marina Sirtis (Demona and Margot Yale)
  • Frank Welker (Bronx, Boudicca, Cagney, Gilgamesh and Gilly)

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