Chris McVetta is a graduate of Cleveland State University and an alumni of The Second City creative writing program.
Chris has published hundreds of articles on pop culture, sports, film, TV and comedy in such venues as The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Scene, The Free Times, North Coast Voice, SportsJam! and Entertainment Weekly (while being recognized nationally by msnbc.com).
Chris was a co-founding member of the sketch comedy group, The Public Squares, and is the creator of The id and I.
Like some discarded, discounted underwear and my very soul, everything, it seems, is on sale at Target!
Everything comes down to poo: Scrubs deserves a(nother) final, farewell season to say goodbye to its loyal fans, Newbie!
An ode to St. Patrick's Day: It's just not for breakfast anymore!
Scooby-Doo reflected turbulent changes during an entire decade when the world was redefining itself.
What color is my pop culture parachute anyway?
No Country For Old Donkey Kong enthusiasts? Sorry, Mario, but this movie is like a barrel-shot to the face!
Why do the monster from Cloverfield and I continue to lash out for no apparent reason? Um, no reason!
LeBron's got some "new shoes" on, but are The King and his Nikes headed to New York anytime soon?
Maybe I'm just crazy like a (Bud) Fox, baseball fans, but how many traditions can be shamelessly sold away?
Grab the Dharma-buttered popcorn, batten down the hatches, flop on your Smoke Monster beanbag chair, and enjoy the show!