How to reconcile the differences between your origin and daily society? [more inside]
[Regex-and-stack-overflowfilter]: Can you help me identify abc a.b.c. a.b.c a_b_c ab_c a_b.c. and any permutation of those characters? More below the fold. [more inside]
I *just* finished watching the series finale of ABC's "Lost", and I would like to know what still needs solving. [more inside]
How do I obtain a copy of an ABC/PBS News Program? [more inside]
What's a good book for a 2-year-old? Something to familiarize him with the alphabet? [more inside]
Why do the "Big 4" US broadcasting networks look so different in terms of quality? Or is it just my imagination? [more inside]
How can I watch all episodes of Lost: Season 6 online legally and free/cheap? [more inside]
Should I major in history or learn Chinese? [more inside]
Please direct me to interesting online resources regarding the television series Lost. [more inside]
Where can I go to view/download the full episode of 20/20 which aired Friday, March 5th, 2010? Hopefully for free? [more inside]
How real is the show Wife Swap? [more inside]
Why can't I get ABC's online HD streaming to consistently display HD? It goes through months where it stays stuck on 228kbps quality. ABC doesn't respond to any of my help requests and Google turns up nothing. [more inside]
What kind of influence do US network anchors have on the news selection and editing process? [more inside]
Why is ABC's new show "Pushing Daisies" not on iTunes, or Youtube, or for that matter, anywhere? [more inside]
What's Harrison Ford doing in chapter 20 of Adolfo Bioy Casares' Dream of Heroes? [more inside]
How far ahead do writers of serial dramas plan? I've been catching up on Lost (only through Season 2 - no spoilers please!) and I've been wondering how much of this was planned, and how much was decided a week in advance. I'm sure the overall story arc is planned well in advance, but just what does that entail?
How can I watch the episode of the game show Jeopardy! that aired tonight, June 5? I just learned a high school friend of mine was on the show, and I missed seeing it when it aired. I'm hoping there's a way to do it online, but I haven't found it yet.
A few years ago (possibly in or around the year 2000), while channel surfing, I remember catching parts of a TV show on Australia's ABC which was set in Australia's federal Parliament House. I don't have a clue what it was called though, and my searching has turned up nothing. I think it might have been a comedy, too. Anyone know what show this is?
How can I spoof my location so ABC believes I am an american? [more inside]
There was a staff announcer that did ABC promos (and newscast intros for affiliates) in the 1970s-80s-90s. He also appeared (in sample form) on the Beatmasters remix of Depeche Mode's "Route 66." He had this distinctive baritone, and it's bugging me that I can't figure out his name. Sound samples included. [more inside]
Now that ABC is streaming episodes of "Lost," any way one can view it from outside the US and/or download it (copy the stream)?
How do I obtain archive footage from "Wide World of Sports"? [more inside]
Yet ANOTHER Election Night Question: What network should I be locked into on Tuesday night? I want fairness, either by straight non-partisanship or true balance, good solid analysis of what each state's results mean as we go, and some personality and banter to keep it interesting. ABC? CNN? MSNBC? FOX News? (hah. just kidding about that one.)
How many TV stations are there nationwide? ABC, NBC, FOX etc. have different listings for each market and would therefore be a seperate station to work for. Bonus for who has the best looking news anchor in your market.
Does anyone remember the last episode of that old ABC show Dinosaurs (you know, with the puppets?) Something just triggered some strange memory of the last episode and I seem to remember all the characters kicking the bucket (even the baby). Is that what happened? Is there a detailed synopsis of this episode somewhere on the web? Tvtome doesnt have it to much detail. It was called "Changing Nature," i believe.