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The Neighbors: Dream Weavers, Support, Then Beat Those Kids Down!

Welcome back to our analysis about The Neighbors! This episode is more a couples-centric event focusing on teen angst, adult frustration, and alien cluelessness. You have to love a show that has it all. Guess who just joined the Twitter-Verse! That’s right! Our much beloved alien, Simon Templeman. You can find him at @TemplemanSimon. Welcome to the lunacy, sir! Dream Weavers: It seems that all the popular girls at school …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Cold War or Larry Bird Loses Again!

Welcome to The Neighbors! Why do we love this show so much? What is it that keeps me coming back for more? Besides the fact that Dick Butkus (Ian Patrick) is so darned cute and Reggie Jackson(Tim Jo) seems to need a big hug, I adore Jackie Joyner-Kersey (Toks Olagundoye) for her boundless enthusiasm and confused expressions. Larry Bird (Simon Templeman), of course, has to be the funniest member of …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: The Gingerbread Man, or Do Not Mess With Larry Bird!

Welcome back to discuss our alien friends The Neighbors! This episode is written by Kirker Butler. Great job! Volunteering is not for everyone. In fact, you could say it is for the birds – the Larry Birds and the Jackie Joyner-Kerseys. This week, Larry (Simon Templeman) and Jackie (Toks Olagundoye) learn all about their child’s school and the PTA and Soccer team, with each organization working hard at maintaining its …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Juan of the Dead and Undead and New Brunswick!

Welcome back for more of The Neighbors! How do you explain the concept of death to a child? How do you explain it to a group of aliens – and not initiate a huge misunderstanding? Well, there have been misunderstandings with everything else that the aliens have come across in The Neighbors, why not death. This episode begins with Juan (Bert Rosario), the gardener, taking Max (Max Charles) for a …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Merry Crap-Mas Means Zabrvonians to the Rescue!

Welcome to our dedicated site for The Neighbors! Many shows, these days, have decided to do holiday specials. The Neighbors are no different in that respect. What is different, and lots of fun, is the knowledge that not one single Christmas tradition will be unsavaged during this special episode! Larry Bird (Simon Templeman) gets the distinct honour of playing the Grinch, Ebenezer Scrooge, and Charlie Brown, all at the same …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Thanksgiving Is For The Bird-Kersees and Stacy Keach Human In-Law!

Welcome to our dedicated site for The Neighbors! This week The Neighbors experience an American thanksgiving with all the attached family dynamics, including long held grudges and various deep-seated emotional injuries of family life. We are also introduced to two new over the top aliens, Venus Williams (Leslie Jordan) and Serena Williams (Carla Renata) who are Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s (Toks Olagundoye) sisters in exile. We also meet Marty’s parents, Dominick (Stacy …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: 50 Shades of Green Means The Zabrvonians Are Mating!

Welcome to our dedicated site for The Neighbors! Okay, admit it, you have been wondering how the Zabvronians have sex. After all, Larry Bird (Simon Templeman) and Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Toks Olagundoye) are the only other couple besides the Weavers in the gated community that have children.  One thing that has been obvious throughout the series is that Larry and Jackie never touch each other. There is a reason, and we …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Larry Bird and the Iron Throne With Cake for the Dark Lord!

Welcome to our dedicated site for The Neighbors! The fun with our Zabrvonian friends we all know as The Neighbors gleefully continues unabated! Coming in just two weeks is a special Thanksgiving episode with the next fun episode a take off on the much anticipated “50 Shades of Gray” with another hilarious science fiction comedic episode entitled “50 Shades of Green”! We include below a fun clip about The Neighbors and …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Halloween-ween Means Trick or Treats for Zabrvonians Via The Cats!

Welcome to Halloween with The Neighbors! We love this new comedy featuring a large ensemble cast starring Jami Gertz as Debbie Weaver, Max Charles as Max Weaver, Isabella Cramp as Abby Weaver, Tracy Weisert as one of the alien women, Mobin Khan as one of the Zabrvonians, Malcolm Bowen as one of the aliens, Tim Jo as Reggie Jackson, Americus Abesamis as one of the aliens, Robert T. Barrett as …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: “Bathroom Etiquette” Reveals the Aliens at Our Schools!

Welcome to our dedicated site for The Neighbors! Having watched the newest episode, “Bathroom Etiquette” I continued to enjoy the wonderful science fiction comedy series and writing reviews for the team  WormholeRiders News Agency. Based on ratings, The Neighbors is holding strong at an 1.9 with 6.53 million viewers, a healthy number for a half hour series. Without “Modern Family” as a lead in, ABC now has this great program …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Things Just Got Real Because Sometimes We Need Housewives Together!

Welcome back to The Neighbors! Well friends, it was bound to become reality, we knew it was going to happen. We all knew there would be a day when the inevitable would occur – the neighbors, neighbors would need their old friends around to be reassured that they were actually the normal ones! Speaking of normal, for your enjoyment, below is a fun video courtesy of ABC about the celebrities …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Pilot and The Mall or And You Think YOUR Neighbors Are Weird?

Hello from our alien friends The Neighbors! Years ago, forty, to be exact, a short run television series took the American airways by storm. It was called My Favorite Martian, staring Ray Walston (Boothby from Star Trek, Next Generation) and Bill Bixby (the original Hulk). A human-looking alien in a one-man spaceship crash-lands near Los Angeles. The ship’s pilot is, in fact, an anthropologist from Mars and is now stranded …Read the Rest

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