Leonard Nimoy passed away today and we just wanted to say good-bye to someone who “back in the day” we traveled many TV miles through space and time with. After every episode we flashed the Vulcan Salute and went about our day. We still use the Vulcan Salute when we encounter fellow humans whom we wish “Live long and prosper”.
We have a friend named Ken and if you describe the 1st 20 seconds of an episode he could tell you the full name of the episode. Yes folks, the guy knows his Original Star Trek. So Ken, you are getting the Vulcan Salute from us.
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We have nothing else to report except you all of you out there in cyber-land we wish for you to “Live long and prosper”.
The GIANTS just won the 2014 World Series and we are picking ourselves off the floor after a nail biting 9th inning that ended by a record breaking performance by pitcher Madison Bumgarner !!! What a game! WOW! We can hear fire-works and cheering in the neighborhoods all around us here in the San Francisco area and we will be joining in soon.
We have nothing to add at this time except >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LET”S PARTY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Whew! The “Battle Rounds” are done. We are exhausted especially from last night where we were on the remote constantly at the beginning of the show because the Giants were playing in the World Series and even thought they were ahead by 7 runs when The Voice started, he had to watch our “beloved” Giants play to the end of the game.
Okay so now that the “Battle Rounds” are over and our favorites made it through to the “Knock Out” Rounds starting next week, we need the time to update our notes and buy more munchies for next week. The rest of this week we will be glued to the TV watching the World Series.
Hope all of you favorites made it through or were stolen and got to stay. Have not heard from the Brandon Gang so we don’t know whats up with them.
Being a judge / mentor on the Voice must be tense. They had some really tough decisions on the battles and basically it was a flip of the coin making the decision who won of not.
He have nothing to report right now except:
*************** GO GIANTS ***************
No getting around it folks, we are happy campers here in Giant land. We watched the game last night on the edge of our seats. That was one of the most exciting games we have seen since the last time the Giants were in the NLCS playoffs. The end of the game was like a Hollywood movie. The guy who made a mistake on a hit to left field that allowed the 1st run for the Cardinals ended up hitting the game winning home run!! It does not get much better than this.
Here is a video taken by a fan in the “nose bleed” section of Giants Stadium and they are obviously exited over the home run. <<<CLICK HERE>>>>
So we are officially on Giant watch for the duration of this year’s World Series against the Kansas City Royals, who were getting praised by the TV commentators last night, but HEY, Detroit was getting praised way back when and we swept them!
We have NOTHING else to add at this time except GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O GIANTS !!!!
WOW ! WOW ! Folks ! The first two nights of “battle rounds” have been GREAT ! YIKES ! The talent this year is beyond outstanding ! Have you seen your favorite yet ? We are thinking Luke is looking good right now. but we have a long way yo go.
Rumors seem to be flying about Christina Aguilera replacing Gwen for Season 8 and it looks like that is what is going to happen. < Click here for a link to the story >
Onward and upward, Season 8 is months away so lets enjoy this season and all the great talent, including Team Gwen, Team Blake, Team Adam, and Team Pharrell. Next week the battles will continue and we have a list of singers we want to see.
The mentor / judge competition of words is really entertaining and the “steals” have begun. Making a choice by the team leader looks to be a really tough job. We would just flip a coin.
We have never mentioned this before, but we think Carson Daly is one of the all time best hosts of any reality show. It is really cool when he cheers with the families of each contestant when they were performing.
We have nothing to add right now except we strongly suggest that you take a few minutes and watch this video >>>>CLICK HERE<<<
We learned a valuable lesson yesterday and that is to not post about an event ahead of time unless we absolutely know it is going to take place. We posted that the Battle Rounds on The Voice were starting yesterday when in fact they are starting next week. Last night were highlights of the “Blind Auditions” and some tid-bits of the judges interactions. Since we saw all the Blind Audits it was kind of boring, but we managed to get through it. We should have known better because basically all the vocal reality shows do the same thing and AGT takes reruns to a new level.
So now we can load up on munchies to prepare for the Battle Rounds and get our list ready for listing our favorites and get some new viewer questions ready. In case you did not see the answer to “A cowboy rides in to town on Friday…etc”. The answer is the cowboys horse is named Friday. (we had to google the answer).
We have nothing to include except to ask if any of you out there in cyberland happen to see 60 minutes last Sunday? Because we know nothing we were appalled by the segment on the cost of cancer medicines. More to come on this subject as soon a we do some research and we NEVER do research, so that is how important we think this is.
Okay folks the “Blind Auditions” are over with and now we let the “Battle Rounds” begin …next week. Dang, we have to wait until next week and tonight is just a review of the blind auditions. Oh well, it will give us a chance to stock up on munchies and make our list and check it twice.
We will be here cheering for some of our favorites, which is a tough choice this year because of the great talent. It will be interesting for sure as it always is and we are looking forward to see how good Gwen and Pharell are at mentoring. Usher was outstanding so that is who we will compare to.
Also our congratulations go out to “thehonkinggoose” for getting the answer to the “A cowboy rides in to town on Friday…etc”. The answer being “Friday is his horse”. WTG! Click on the comments below to see the response.
We though for sure the “Brandon Gang” would have got this one :)
Some of the highlights from last night got our interest in tonight’s battle rounds, but hey, we were there anyway. Hope your favorites make it through and we will be looking forward to the weeks ahead.
We have nothing else to report at this time except to remind all of those out there who have not registered to vote to get to it. We have some elections coming next month. The cheetah vote needs to get done.
Once again we had two night’s of a The Voice Concert and the interactions between Adam, Gwen, Pharrell, and Blake are proving to be entertaining in itself. We were laughing at the bantering and the crafty way the teams are being built. Looks like the teams are filling up and the battle rounds will be starting soon. (I wonder how we add Pharrell to our dictionary so we won’t keep getting the dreaded spell checker underline?).
It’s been a great two nights and we have nothing else to report yet except to leave you with this question, “A cowboy rides in to town on Friday, stays three nights, and leaves on Friday. How is this possible ?” (Leave the answer as a comment and we will report next week who posted the correct answer).
Once again another The Voice Concert and we enjoyed every moment. Sure looks like the two rookie judges have come prepared and are giving Adam and Blake a run for their money. Pharrell is fun to watch and we would type more about him but when we type his name here we get the dreaded spell check underline.
So finally the season started and we have been waiting for years (exaggeration) for this season to start. During the break we tuned in on “Rising Star” and we liked the concept, but the execution seemed a little off. The mentors / judges were terrible, possibly the worst we have seen since Demi Lavto was on the X factor. There were several times when the “judge” would say to a contestant “I didn’t like when you did that “run”, but I voted yes anyway.” What? Talk about two faced ! Kesha rarely voted “no” even when she voiced what she did not like about a performance. We must say that we picked the winner Jessia Kinch from the 1st time we heard him and hoped he would win.
The other show we watched every week was America’s Got Talent (AGT), and found this to be one of their best seasons ever. When it got down to the finals it was up for grams as to who was going to win. Mat Franco one of our favorites took home the million bucks and Emily West came in second, another one of our favorites.
Then after not watching So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) for two years we tuned in and when it conflicted with AGT we taped it and watched later. Once again we were impressed by the level of dancing and Valerie was my grand-daughters favorite. Valerie came in second with Rickie winning. We are looking forward to next season already. This show constantly amazes us by the quality of the dancing.
We have nothing else to report except that the special health drink and vitamins just got delivered and we will be reporting on the effects after we use them for about a week.
Well folks it looks like The Voice is going to be better this season than it was last season. Amazing how The Voice has improved this year with the two new judges Pharrell and Gwen. Last night was another “Monday Night Concert with The Voice!”.
The opening with all the judges performing was down right awesome. Then the contestants this year look like they are going to out do all the priors years.
What is cool about the two new judges is their approach to recruiting the contestants to join their team is fresh and very entertaining.
We needs to start taking names because the contestants are so good it’s tough remembering who is who. Like the 1st guys to start the new season. We think he was the best of the night and since we don’t “google” his name evades us. (Sigh). Moving on to tonight’s “The Voice” Concert should be as entertaining as last night.
We hope all of you out there in cyberland enjoyed last nights show as much as we did and discussed it in the car pool lane this morning.
We have nothing ales to report at this time except to wonder if any of you have tried the “Blue Apron” for your meals. We have been ordering for about three weeks and every meal has been outstanding. We found it to be cheaper than going out and about even with going to the store and getting the makings. Give it a try, you might just like it.