Neal Caffrey is a con man. Peter Burke is an FBI agent. Who would have ever thought that they would be working together?
When I was first introduced to Warehouse 13, I was suspicious it, thinking that it was going to be silly, boring, and, like many of the Sci-Fi shows that I had seen, completely unbelievable and unrelatable. I could not have been more wrong. You’ll just have to see Warehouse 13 to believe it.
New DVDs are on the way! Here is a list of children’s DVDs that will appear soon on the library’s shelves. Many of these titles are new to the library while others may be replacements or extra copies of already owned titles. Alvin and the Chipmunks – Halloween Collection Hook The Prince and the Surfer [...]
The landmark case of Parents v. Kids has been argued onscreen in dozens of television series since the 1950′s. One classic of the type is nearly as old as television. Leave it to Beaver began in 1957 and ran for six seasons. The family situations are viewed today as nostalgic, wholesome, middle-class stories of [...]
If you ever thought, and I’m sure you do, that being a parent is hard; imagine doing it with multiple personality disorder, otherwise known as Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). In Season One of United States of Tara actress Toni Collette illuminates the bizarre home life of Tara Gregson, a woman with three clearly defined personalities [...]