Josh Gates Appears on Ghost Hunters


Content by Mitch Osborne

I watch Ghost Hunters every week. My favorite cameo appearance on this show is when Josh Gate appears. Josh Gates stars in his own show, Destination Truth. I watch both on my DirectTV HD channels in Utah where I can get the SYFY channel. Josh adds a new face to the show but I would tire of the show if he were on all the time.

Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson are the stars of Ghost Hunters and each week they travel with their team around the country investigating famous haunted places throughout America.

Josh Gates was the host of their show when Jason, Grant and team traveled to San Francisco to investigate! the Ghosts of the infamous prison in the middle of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz. Josh hosted this Ghost Hunters special and helped the team investigate the famous prison. In all, Josh did a good job of reporting. In fact, he does a better job as reporter than an investigator. Perhaps he has a place with some news team somewhere. Like his show, Destination Truth, Josh gets too melodramatic during the investigation. I could not stand watching Ghost Hunters every week with Josh. Grant and Jason are nice and laid back and they do not get all flustered at every sound made like Josh. If Josh does not watch out, he will have a heart attack or ulcers by the time he is in his fifties.

Pit Boss: A Fun Show


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Author: Omar Schwartz

One very funny show to watch on Animal Planet is Pit Boss. This funny show features the life of a man who loves to help out pit bulls and protect them. This guy will do anything to protect a furry animal like a pit bull. This guy is one of the most talented animal rescuers, and I simply would marry him in a heartbeat if he wanted.

 I think watching Pit Boss on my Satellite TV from Directtv hd channels is actually one of my favorite past times. This show makes me want to help animals, just like the actual pit boss on the show. As an owner of a pit bull, I do not see how anyone could ever harm one of these sweet and innocent animals. These sweet and innocent animals do nothing to harm other people or animals. Instead, people are the ones that harm these poor creatures. I think the Pit Boss is doing a huge service to humanity and animals by protecting pit bulls. This guy is truly a man's man.

I love Pit Boss and have recommended this show to all of my co-workers. Many of my co-workers have gotten hooked on this show. They simply can not get enough of this show and rave about it all the time now. I am the one they all love for introducing them to this program

The Marx Brothers


I had to be one of the corniest kids of the '80s. I have always loved old movies, especially the funny ones like the Marx Brothers starred in. I remember thinking for years that Harpo was deaf or mute. That was before I learned his silence was by choice and reserved for the silver screen and stage. In real life, his voice was quite pleasant.

Marx Brothers 5 Best Movies of All Time

Here's a video of the famous Marx Brothers mirror scene from their movie, 'Duck Soup':

Best Disney Animated Feature Films

I grew up on Disney movies like so many others. I remember anxiously anticipating the weekends when Disney movies were shown on TV. Grabbing a pillow and blanket; cozying up on the floor in front of the television set.

Growing up, my favorites were 'Cinderella,' Snow White' and 'Sleeping Beauty.' Today, I have a whole slew of Disney favorites. I'm almost as bad as my kids when it comes to a good Disney movie. While my children are older and probably less appreciative of these classic movies, movies like Cinderella never fail to remind me of days gone by. And now Disney has released it's 50th animated feature film, 'Tangled.' I can't wait to see it!

Take a look at how 'Tangled' was created:

Three Tales of Hollywood Scandal of the '30s and '40s

Actor Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle was second only to Charlie Chaplin who he mentored. Arbuckle had signed a three-year deal with Paramount for $1 million, making him the highest paid star of the time.

Arbuckle had a lot going for himself and there is no telling how far he would have gone if it hadn't been for one fateful night on Labor Day 1921 that landed the actor in the middle of what would be Hollywood's first major scandal... [Read More at Yahoo! Contributor Network]

Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle:

Olive Thomas:

Clara Bow: