Dracula's Daughter vs. The Space Brains takes the classic tale of the vampire and launches it into space. Two vampire sisters, Marketa and Marya are the stars of a Ballet troupe touring ... See full summary »
Cynical and intelligent Arnold Mosk, a known drug user, is put into a disciplinary program at his high school meant for the seriously disturbed where he becomes the main target of the psychopathic Doug Van Housen and his gang.
Ryan Payne Bell,
Steve Thompson is a sixteen-year-old who seemed to have everything going for him: good looks, friends, and a great personality. But his once bright future is tragically dimmed after a car accident brings all this to a crashing halt.
Neil Patrick Harris,
One-hour retrospective special that was broadcast the hour preceding the series finale of "Will & Grace." The special features the cast talking about their favorite moments, as well as ... See full summary »
I do not watch Megan's show. I only see snippets of it while I'm flipping channels at 6am. From what I see so far, it's not the best talk show ever, however, it isn't a train wreck either. I think Megan is a warm and friendly host and just allows her audience and guests to let loose and make themselves at home. I also enjoy her sense of humor and how she brightens things up. Now, what she needs to work on is adding a little more variety to the show. Upon watching, I noticed that she goes straight to the interviews once she starts and sort of centers the show towards them. I have seen viewer-friendly segments, comedy skits, etc, but not lots of them. Like Ellen's show, the opening would flow a lot better if Megan did some sort of monologue or chat intimately (sp) with her audience before the interviews, as well as more variety segments and whatever.
I give Megan a 5. She's no Ellen, but she's clean, funny, light hearted, and down to earth. She still has time to spice things up and add things on to get to the success level Ellen's on.
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