Oprah & Kohl’s Are Looking for America’s Next New Talk Show Host

The neighbor next door could be the host of a new reality TV show, if Oprah Winfrey and super-producer Mark Burnett (the mind behind The Apprentice and Survivor) have their way. Kohl's is joining forces with this talented team to find a congenial personality with a sense of humor and a very big dream to become the host of his or her own TV talk show.

The Chance of a Lifetime Could Be Only a Live Audition or an Uploaded Video Away 

Open casting calls will be held at Kohl's stores in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Atlanta throughout the month of June, and opportunity could be knocking for someone to become a TV talk show host. Auditions will be posted on Oprah's website at Oprah.com and viewers can keep coming back to view new auditions and vote for their favorites. The voting began on May14th and will last through July 3rd. Candidates can also upload a three-minute video by June 26th in order to compete, but they must register at Oprah's website to begin.

Candidates are encouraged to put a passionate and personal spin on whatever format they want to develop. There are several categories for talk …

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ThunderCats – A Great Cartoon Classic

I remember sprinting out of my elementary school building, speeding as fast as I could. With my book bag slinging carelessly in the wind. There was no way that I was going to miss the popular theme song to my favorite animated cartoon “ThunderCats.”

I would get home just in time to flick on the television, and join in the opening of the theme song that began with the leader of the Thundercats showcasing his expert swordsmanship, and shouting. “Thunder, Thunder, ThunderCats ho!” I would twirl, and kick, trying hard to mimic the moves of the Thundercats, for the duration of the song.

As I plopped down in front of the television, with my mouth ajar, “ThunderCats” would begin. For thirty minutes I would be fixated on the television. Lion-O, Panthro, Cheetara, Tygra, Wiley kit, and Wiley Kat, battled the evil forces of their arch nemesis Mumm-Ra. When ready to do battle, Mumm-Ra would trade in his decrepit appearance by reciting an incantation. This would transform him into the powerful, flying, energy ball throwing Mumm-Ra the Ever living. Mumm-Ra was on a quest to get his hands on the infamous Eye of Thundera.

Watching Lion-O, and his …

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A Guide On Selecting The Best Android Tablet

In an era of high tech stuff such as ours, there’s a constant fear of missing out on the latest updates, especially with companies coming up with new and yet newer versions of an already existing product. Got the iPhone  X? Oh, but your friend has the iPhone XR! In this dire urge of keeping up with the ever-changing models of the companies are you already in search of another tablet? Or are you a first-timer? Well, whichever be the case you surely should not, would not want to mess it up. So here are some common queries to ask yourself before you jump into a heavy investment.

  1. Purpose:

What is your purpose in buying the tablet? Is it something To supplement your TV sessions with? Or is it for genuine workaholics?

Whatever it may be, the answer to these questions will lead you to the next consecutive steps. Speaking from a general perspective its obvious that just like laptops and smartphones, tablets too come in all shapes, sizes, and features. You just need to choose which one you want. The purpose also includes as to if you are going to use it just inside the house or carry it …

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Get Smart Movie Review

Get Smart was a very enjoyable movie. It was funny and made me laugh. That by itself is enough for me to get my money’s worth. But it was more than your typical comedy. It had an intriguing plot involving spies and secret agents and bombs and evening wear.

It all had to do with Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) who was a desk jockey for the government spy agency, CONTROL, until he finally got a promotion to field agent. The female lead was Anne Hathaway as Agent 99. She and Max were trying to stop a Russian nuclear weapon operation that was trying to sell bombs to unstable countries.

The special effects and stunts (a lot of people and things smashing into other people and things) were first rate. And of course there were the requisite explosions, plus a fair amount of gun play. The penultimate chase scene was a classic battle of banner-pulling prop plane vs. Cadillac SUV. It was edge-of-your-seat, action-packed and very entertaining. Throw in deadly laser beams and a lethal Swiss army knife and you have everything you’d expect from a spy movie worthy of the genre. There was even something for classical music lovers as …

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Movie Review: Baby Mama

Tina Fey is easily one of Hollywood’s best talents. She has the ability to write, act, produce, sing, and everything in between. Her sitcom, 30 Rock, is one of the most well written television series of all time. So why, then, does Baby Mama not feel quite as funny as what Tina Fey fans are used to?

For all intents and purposes, Baby Mama is well acted. As previously stated, Tina Fey is one of the best Hollywood has to offer. She has little trouble being funny, while also showing a surprising capability for dramatic situations.

Greg Kinnear is also excellent as Fey’s love interest. A rare underrated actor, Kinnear does not need to try to be funny, instead allowing the situation to be humorous and acting like a normal person would. Few actors try for the understated performance, especially in comedies, but Kinnear is an expert at his craft.

Where Baby Mama starts to rip at the seam is with supporting characters. Aside from Fey and Kinnear’s characters, everyone else is displayed as a caricature. Dax Shepard is a typical white trash dirt bag, Steve Martin is a sort-of-creepy new age business mogul, Sigourney Weaver is a perpetually …

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TV Shows for Kids: Camp Lazlo on Cartoon Network

Camp Lazlo is an animated television series that airs on Cartoon Network. Each episode fills up a 30 minute television block. Each episode is split into two different parts which are each approximately 11 minutes long. The creator of Camp Lazlo is Joe Murray. Some of the actors and actresses whose voice can be heard on the show are Carlos Alazraqui, Jeff Bennett, Tom Kenny, Jodi Benson, and Doug Lawrence.

Camp Lazlo debuted on Cartoon Network on July 8, 2005 and has been running for over a year. A total of 32 different episodes have aired to date. The show was nominated for an Emmy as one of the top animated shows on television.

Some of the main characters on the Camp Lazlo are: 
Lazlo – He is a Brazilian spider monkey who loves to have fun on the show and is an overall very happy monkey. Unfortunately, he and his friends are stuck in Camp Kidney which is very strict, so his personality clashes with the leaders at the camp. His good attitude helps solve the problems the group often runs into.

Raj – He is a bunkmate of Lazlo’s and is an elephant. He is very easily …

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Incredible 80’s Cartoons that Your Children Will Love

Yes, it has officially reached the point when cartoons from the 80’s are being considered “classics”. Makes you feel old, right? Me too. But the upside to this is that you can now reminisce about the endless Saturday mornings of your childhood while your children experience these incredible cartoons for the first time.

The Care Bears

The Care Bears are loving characters, who lived happily in the enchanting land of Kingdom of Caring. The bears and friends encounter villains and adventure when attempting to save the world through “missions of caring”.

Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers

Adorable crime fighting rodents set out to solve exciting mysteries while teaching the importance of teamwork, research, and creative thinking.

Garfield and Friends

Garfield is a lazy, fat cat with a love for lasagna and creating mischief for his canine companion, Odie, and owner, Jon Arbuckle.

Jonny Quest

Jonny Quest is an eleven year old boy who accompanies his scientist father, Dr. Benton C. Quest, on fantastic sci-fi journeys around the world.

A Pup Named Scooby Doo

This short-lived series introduces Scooby fans to a young teenaged cast of characters and a cute puppy version of our favorite mystery-solving dog, allowing for the building …

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Best TV Show of the 80s

What other 1980s TV show spun off so many big-screen movies? Or is about to spin off two new outer space games for PC, Xbox 360, PSP and DS? Or has a world-wide fan club that still goes to conventions dressed up in fantastically detailed home-made costumes? Of course, it’s no surprise that Star Trek: The Next Generation was and is such a success. The show, based on the most awesome first generation TV show of all time, the original Star Trek, successfully continued the unbroken excellence of Gene Roddenberry’s sociological storytelling.

Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing in 1987, and got off to a slightly rocky start based on two main things; the whole set of new characters, and the new design of the Enterprise star ship. It was a bit difficult for Trekkers (Star Trek fans) to accept a new design because in the original series, Captain Kirk loved the ship itself in an obsessive sort of way, and so most of the viewing fans adopted the same mindset. As with most updated series in the TV and movie industry, a new cast of characters is usually not well received at first by ardent fans of the original series …

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