Recall the good old days, when babysitting meant an extra hour of TV and an after school fridge raid? This is a whole different ball game. Sitting on Babies gives new meaning to starting at the bottom, as recent college graduates find themselves settling for jobs seemingly beneath them and venturing into posh territory only to witness bad behavior exhibited by parents and kids alike. Falling somewhere between social satire and a comedy of errors, Sitting on Babies points to the ridiculousness of the rich, focusing on their outrageous attitudes toward family life.
Sporty and sexy, “The Breaks” is a fictional narrative about a group of tight-knit pro and wanna-be pro athletes rising in the ranks of the professional world of sponsored surf. This is the Pilot episode.
Seeing carnage through a character’s eyes used to mean something. Nowadays, Hollywood is wasting POV shots in sci-fi films like Vin Diesel’s Riddick. Angry Nerd explains why these fancy-schmancy first-person perspectives are failing, and he issues the Tinseltown execs an ultimatum.