Wednesday , September 23 2020
Pushing Daisies, 24, Crash, and a man named Jon Stewart.

BC TV Goodie Bag: Trailers, Recaps, and Funny

We here at Blogcritics Magazine love our television (okay, me more than some of the other editors, but we all love it). And I think people out there in the world know that we love it. Consequently, they send us clips. They send us bits, pieces, odds, ends, and all manner of TV promo stuff. They give it to us and they say something along the lines of, "Well, golly gee, we think your readers would really like to see what we have coming up, especially as it is so swell." We sift through the material, watching it until our eyeballs bleed, and then choose the best bits just for you. Plus, we make it all very easy for you to actually watch them. Pretty much you just hit the play button on the embedded viewer(s) and the goodness appears.

So, without further ado, check out the latest and greatest clips we got in here at the BC TV Goodie Bag…

Jack Bauer. Say it with me: Jack Bauer. I just love saying it, so let's do it again: Jack Bauer. Jack Bauer, Jack Bauer, Jack Bauer.

Okay, Bauer needs no introduction, but what about Ned, the pie man? Do you know Ned, the pie man? If no, then learn, if yes, then be happy, Ned is coming back too.

And then we have a movie named Crash that is being transformed into a TV series named… wait for it… Crash. And, as they have a widget, I'm going to share it with you.

Lastly, but not leastly, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. The clip isn't the newest (it deals with the RNC), but it's funny, and that's really what counts.

Thank you, and good night.

About Josh Lasser

Josh has deftly segued from a life of being pre-med to film school to television production to writing about the media in general. And by 'deftly' he means with agonizing second thoughts and the formation of an ulcer.

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