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The Neighbors: There Goes The Neighbors Hood, Here Comes Baby Bird!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! As a season or series finale, There Goes The Neighbor Hood was well done and entertaining. There is the cliff hanger of how will the remaining aliens go on now that they’re down to only the four of them. Yet, were this to be the final episode of The Neighbors, everyone is still happy. The family sticks together, as families should.  It was …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: All That Jazzy Jeff Equals a Family Feud!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! This could be the end, my friend. The end. Despite great effort to pull this wonderful comedy about aliens on Earth, it looks entirely possible that The Neighbors will not be renewed for a third season. It is sad, really, because the Neighbors have had some great moments. All sorts of celebrity guest stars (George Takei is back), all sorts of fabulous …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Close Encounters of the Bird Kind, Grandpa is Back!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! There are always surprises with The Neighbors; sometimes they are rather uninspired and sometimes they are quite funny. There are also occasions when the show manages to hit it out of the park. This is one such show. Not only do we see the return of Larry’s father , the big bad leader, but there are some awesome guest stars, such as …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Balle Balle, Go Big or Go Home!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! It was so well received the last time, it makes sense to do it again – The Neighbors goes Bollywood with another musical presentation. Larry Bird is the lead vocalist with the rest of the alien crew assigned to back-up singing. As usual, they do a wonderful job of being musical, funny and very colourful in this clever episode. Balle Balle: Written …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: You’ve Lost That Larry Feeling, Ooooh, Jackie Blue

Welcome back to alien analysis about The Neighbors! You would think that, with this title, the episode is directed at Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Toks Oladundoye). However, in many ways, it is a continuation of Jackie’s long suffering regarding Larry (Simon Templeman). Over the past two years, we have learned that Larry is a bit self centered, somewhat arrogant, and more than a little egotistical. He is also more than willing to …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Man, Actually Means Love Actually!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! This episode was co-written by Michael Feldman and Debbie Jhoon. “Man, Actually” was ably directed by Jeffrey Walker. Man, Actually: As always, the episode begins at the Weaver house. Debbie (Jami Gertz) is getting ready for her first day of business school and fretting that she might not look the part. Asking Marty (Lenny Venito) what he thinks appears to be a …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: High School Reunion Is Not About A Boat!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! Now that Reggie (Tim Jo) and Amber (Clara Mamet) have broken up, never to see each other again…ah, who am I kidding? They will be back together before anyone can say “Reggie Jackson”. Anyway, Debbie (Jami Gertz) and Marty (Lenny Venito) are preparing for a high school reunion. Jackie (Toks Olagundoye) and Larry (Simon Templeman) just happen to be at hand to …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Fear and Loving in New Jersey Is Hell on Amber!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors!  In this episode, Marty (Lenny Venito) and Debbie (Jami Gertz) take on the task of teaching Larry (Simon Templeman) and Jackie (Toks Olagundoye) about the dangerous side of humanity.   While they are getting the broad picture of living among humans and dealing with human culture, the Weavers learn that there is even more to teach when the two are excited over …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: “The Back Nine” Why Not Cha Cha Cha as Bad Kids Go To Hell!

Welcome back to The Neighbors! Before we review this week’s episode of The Neighbors, someone reminded me that we did not give proper credit to a guest star, Mr. Judd Nelson, who appeared in last week’s episode as the Security Officer in the Library. Judd Nelson was the guy who caught Debbie (Jami Gertz) and Marty (Simon Templeman) snuggling. Judd Nelson is perhaps best known for his work on Chariots …Read the Rest

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