Mall Culture, Reviews, Features & Nostalgia!

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American readers out there! While you’re munching on delicious turkey and arguing with relatives you haven’t seen all year, we thought we would bring you a Thanksgiving special from way back in 1978 - a hilarious episode of classic sitcom ‘WKRP in Cincinnati’. T...

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Sitcom ‘Roseanne’ first appeared on television screens in 1988 and was a pioneer in the slice-of-life sitcom genre, along with the likes of ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Mad About you’. This classic series had none of the bright colours and eternal happiness seen in most sitcoms up to this point - Ros...

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was a classic sitcom starring a young Will Smith, who rode the series to superstardom, becoming one of today’s biggest Hollywood draws. It was long running, incredibly successful and had a theme song that no human on Earth can’t recite verbatim. It instantly became an...

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There are few films out there mallier than Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Released in 2009, it is a great, easy-to-watch movie – bright, happy and, if you love Malls, forget about it! Kevin James has this knack of using self-deprecating humour to make you genuinely care about the characters he plays, and P...

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ABC sitcom 'The Goldbergs' is easily the best show currently on television (totally unbiased view!). It is based upon the real life of writer Adam F. Goldberg, who grew up in the 80s. The show is heavily steeped in 80s nostalgia and discusses all of the pop culture at the height of the decade – Te...

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“How I met your mother” (himym) was a sitcom which ran from 2005 to 2014. It was set in Manhattan and seemed to pick up where “Friends” left off (in fact there was just a year between the end of Friends and the beginning of himym). Its premise was simple – It's the year 2030 and Ted is rec...

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The year was 2006. Graham Linehan was coming off two massive sitcom hits in Father Ted and Black Books respectively. Surely he couldn't do it again? Yes. Yes he could. Episode 1 of the I.T. Crowd debuted on Channel 4 Television (UK) on February 3rd. It wasn't immediately loved and the debut was disa...

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Anyone who is a fan of 90s sitcoms will know Seinfeld well. It was a brilliant show based in New York City and the themes were always completely banal. The characters (namely Kramer, Elaine, Jerry, George and I'm going to add Newman here because, even though not as prominent as the others, was such...

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