Fruity Pebbles was first introduced by Post Foods in 1971. It is the oldest cereal brand based on characters from a TV series or movie. I’m always on the lookout for the next cereal based on a TV show or character that could be as successful as the Fruity Pebbles brand. Yes, I’m that nerdy. Now and again, I see cereals introduced that could be the next great cartoon based cereal, but they never last or they are always limited-edition. In the last 10 years, I have seen and bought a Scooby Doo cereal, Spider-man cereal, Pirates of the Caribbean and Indiana Jones cereals; however, none of these sweetened confectionary breakfast treat cereals were popular enough to be as long-lived as Post’s Fruity Pebbles which is really strange and odd since a new Flintstones animated television show or movie has not been released since 2001. I’ve always considered SpongeBob to be this generation’s Mickey Mouse. Like The Simpsons, I do believe SpongeBob will always be around. I look forward to pouring me a big bowl SpongeBob SquarePants cereal later this evening.
Attending the funeral of a fellow Domie on the Under the Dome episode “Infestation”. I’m in the row on the far left behind the main cast.
Here I am on CBS’ Under the Dome at the end of the episode “Infestation”.
I screamed with joy when I saw the 4th Doctor!
Originally posted on Show Me SciFi:
The day of the doctor..the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who was one for the ages. Ever since Doctor Who came back on air 7 years ago we have all wondered about the true fate of Gallifrey…and sure we had that episode where Timothy Dalton comes in as the President of Gallifrey which is time locked..but lets forget that for a moment.
This new moment Gallifrey Lives.
And for the first time in more than 25 years we have seen the great Tom Baker return in a Doctor Who episode.