TONY FIGUEROA is a standup comedian, writer, actor and storyteller based in Los Angeles. A "day job" teaching comedy traffic school led to Tony cohosting and coproducing several radio shows. Tony’s CHILD OF TELEVISION Blog is an example of life imitating art. Tony wrote a sit-com Pilot titled RED STATE where the main character writes a syndicated column also called CHILD OF TELEVISION. In his spare time Tony can be found story telling at the STORY SALON in North Hollywood, surfing the Net and of course watching TV.
If Charlotte Ross’ naked buttocks are titillating, then is not the mind also a sex organ?
TV bloggers are doing the important work of getting the word out about the WGA strike.
Cavemen attempts to poke fun at the way people treat minorities by creating a fake minority.
The best way to describe the show is Maynard G. Crebs from Dobie Gillis meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a hint of Ghost Busters.
The premise itself is like a vampire. It won't die and it keeps coming back.
Realistically I can’t expect the same magic that I felt as a child, but I’m expecting to see something really cool.
The problem I see with many time travel TV shows and movies is that the audience tends to over-think everything.
Unlike J.R. Ewing, Alex Vega does not mind getting his hands dirty.
The bottom line here is that really rich geeks get the really hot girls and the rest of the geeks meet girls with really nice personalities.
I don’t see this guy needing his sister’s help getting laid.