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Dgen Zenji (; 19 January 1200 22 September 1253), also known as Dgen Kigen (), Eihei Dgen (), Kso Jy Daishi (), or Bussh Dent Kokushi (), was a Japanese Buddhist priest, writer, poet, philosopher, and founder of the St school of Zen in Japan. Originally ordained as a monk in the Tendai School in Kyoto, he was ultimately dissatisfied with its teaching and traveled to China to seek out what he believed to be a more au thentic Buddhism. He remained there for five years, finally training under Tiantong Rujing, an eminent teacher of the Chinese Caodong lineage. Upon his return to Japan, he began promoting the practice of zazen (sitting meditation) through literary works such as Fukan zazengi and Bendwa. He eventually broke relations completely with the powerful Tendai School, and, after several years of likely friction between himself and the establishment, left Kyoto for the mountainous countryside where he founded the monastery Eihei-ji, which remains the head temple of the St school today. Dgen is known for his extensive writing including his most famous work, the collection of 95 essays called the Shbgenz, but also Eihei Kroku, a collection of his talks, poetry, and commentaries, and Eihei Shingi, the first Zen monastic code written in Japan, among others.

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1:Wisdom is seeking wisdom. ~ Dogen Zenji,
2:It's too late to be ready. ~ Dogen Zenji,
3:Do not be amazed by the true dragon. ~ Dogen Zenji,
4:Time is three eyes and eight elbows. ~ Dogen Zenji,
5:Practice and enlightenment are not two. ~ Dogen Zenji,
6:Forgetting oneself is opening oneself.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
7:Nothing in the entire universe is hidden. ~ Dogen Zenji,
8:We must always be disturbed by the truth. ~ Dogen Zenji,
9:What is reality? An icicle forming in fire.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
10:A zen master's life is one continuous mistake.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
11:Do not view mountains from the scale of human thought. ~ Dogen Zenji,
12:Consider that nirvana is itself no other than our life. ~ Dogen Zenji,
13:Every man possesses the Buddha-nature. Do not demean yourselves. ~ Dogen Zenji,
14:Emptiness is bound to bloom, like hundreds of grasses blossoming. ~ Dogen Zenji,
15:The true state of things is not to be found in one direction alone. ~ Dogen Zenji?,
16:In the mundane, nothing is sacred. In sacredness, nothing is mundane. ~ Dogen Zenji,
17:If we seek the Buddha outside the mind, the Buddha changes into a devil. ~ Dogen Zenji,
18:This dew-like life will fade away; avoid involvement in superfluous things. ~ Dogen Zenji,
19:Prefer to be defeated in the presence of the wise than to excel among fools. ~ Dogen Zenji,
20:The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
21:In the stream Rushing past To the dusty world, My fleeting form Casts no reflection.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
22:Do not doubt that mountains walk simply because they may not appear to walk like humans. ~ Dogen Zenji,
23:The color of the mountains is Buddha's body; the sound of running water is his great speech. ~ Dogen Zenji,
24:If you cannot find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?
   ~ Dogen Zenji, [T5],
25:If you are unable to find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
26:Although we say mountains belong to the country, actually, they belong to those that love them." ~ Dogen Zenji,
27:Working with plants, trees, fences and walls, if they practice sincerely they will attain enlightenment.~ Dogen Zenji,
28:To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be enlightened by the ten thousand things. ~ Dogen Zenji,
29:Be mindful of the passing of time, and engage yourself in zazen as though you are saving your head from fire.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
30:But do not ask me where I am going, As I travel in this limitless world, Where every step I take is my home. ~ Dogen Zenji, [T5],
31:Learn the backward step that turns your light inward to illuminate your self. Body and mind of themselves will drop away, and your original face will be manifest. ~ Dogen Zenji,
32:No matter how bad a state of mind you may get into, if you keep strong and hold out, eventually the floating clouds must vanish and the withering wind must cease.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
33:If you want to do a certain thing, you first have to be a certain person. Once you become that certain person, you will not care anymore about doing that certain thing. ~ Dogen Zenji,
34:Yet you must not cling to the words of the old sages either; they, too, may not be right. Even if you believe them, you should be alert so that, in the event that something superior comes along, you may follow that.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
35:When you paint Spring, do not paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots, but just paint Spring. To paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots is to paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots — it is not yet painting Spring. ~ Dogen Zenji,

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1:Wisdom is seeking wisdom. ~ Dogen Zenji,
2:It's too late to be ready. ~ Dogen Zenji,
3:"Wisdom is seeking wisdom." ~ Dogen Zenji
4:"It's too late to be ready." ~ Dogen Zenji
5:Do not be amazed by the true dragon. ~ Dogen
6:Time is three eyes and eight elbows. ~ Dogen
7:Forgetting oneself is opening oneself ~ Dogen
8:Look for Buddha outside your own mind, ~ Dogen
9:Practice and enlightenment are not two. ~ Dogen
10:When you walk in the mist, you get wet. ~ Dogen
11:Nothing in the entire universe is hidden. ~ Dogen
12:We must always be disturbed by the truth. ~ Dogen
13:Enlightenment is intimacy with all things. ~ Dogen
14:Do not be amazed by the true dragon. ~ Dogen Zenji,
15:Time is three eyes and eight elbows. ~ Dogen Zenji,
16:What is reality? An icicle forming in fire. ~ Dogen
17:A zen master's life is one continuous mistake. ~ Dogen
18:Practice and enlightenment are not two. ~ Dogen Zenji,
19:Forgetting oneself is opening oneself.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
20:Nothing in the entire universe is hidden. ~ Dogen Zenji,
21:We must always be disturbed by the truth. ~ Dogen Zenji,
22:Sitting is the gateway of truth to total liberation. ~ Dogen
23:What is reality? An icicle forming in fire.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
24:Does a dragon still sing from within a withered tree? ~ Dogen
25:Those who seek the easy way do not seek the true way. ~ Dogen
26:Do not view mountains from the scale of human thought. ~ Dogen
27:A zen master's life is one continuous mistake.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
28:Consider that nirvana is itself no other than our life. ~ Dogen
29:When the old plum tree blooms, the entire world blooms. ~ Dogen
30:One must be deeply aware of the impermanence of the world. ~ Dogen
31:I haven't got any Buddhism. I live by letting things happen. ~ Dogen
32:Do not view mountains from the scale of human thought. ~ Dogen Zenji,
33:If you do not get it from yourself, where will you go for it? ~ Dogen
34:Inside the treasury of the dharma eye a single grain of dust. ~ Dogen
35:Consider that nirvana is itself no other than our life. ~ Dogen Zenji,
36:"Do not view mountains from the scale of human thought." ~ Dogen Zenji
37:Just study Buddhism. Don't follow the sentiments of the world. ~ Dogen
38:People like what is not true and they don't like what is true. ~ Dogen
39:When one first seeks the truth, one separates oneself from it. ~ Dogen
40:Every man possesses the Buddha-nature. Do not demean yourselves. ~ Dogen
41:Emptiness is bound to bloom, like hundreds of grasses blossoming. ~ Dogen
42:Do not think you will necessarily be aware of your own enlightenment. ~ Dogen
43:In the mundane, nothing is sacred. In sacredness, nothing is mundane. ~ Dogen
44:A fool sees himself as another, but a wise man sees others as himself. ~ Dogen
45:Every man possesses the Buddha-nature. Do not demean yourselves. ~ Dogen Zenji,
47:Coming, going, the waterbirds, don't leave a trace, don't follow a path. ~ Dogen
48:Emptiness is bound to bloom, like hundreds of grasses blossoming. ~ Dogen Zenji,
49:If we seek the Buddha outside the mind, the Buddha changes into a devil. ~ Dogen
50:"Emptiness is bound to bloom, like hundreds of grasses blossoming." ~ Dogen Zenji
51:Nie dąż do wolności, niech samo dążenie będzie wolnością. – DOGEN ROSHI ~ Anonymous
52:The true state of things is not to be found in one direction alone. ~ Dogen Zenji?,
53:Do not practice buddha-dharma with the thought that it is to benefit others. ~ Dogen
54:In the mundane, nothing is sacred. In sacredness, nothing is mundane. ~ Dogen Zenji,
55:Prefer to be defeated in the presence of the wise than to excel among fools. ~ Dogen
56:The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass. ~ Dogen
57:"A fool sees himself as another, but a wise man sees others as himself." ~ Dogen Zenji
58:If we seek the Buddha outside the mind, the Buddha changes into a devil. ~ Dogen Zenji,
59:To study the Way is to study the self. To study the self is to forget the self. ~ Dogen
60:This dew-like life will fade away; avoid involvement in superfluous things. ~ Dogen Zenji,
61:In a mind clear as still water, even the waves, breaking, are reflecting its light. ~ Dogen
62:Prefer to be defeated in the presence of the wise than to excel among fools. ~ Dogen Zenji,
63:"This dew-like life will fade away; avoid involvement in superfluous things." ~ Dogen Zenji
64:To study Buddhism is to study ourselves. To study ourselves is to forget ourselves. ~ Dogen
65:Just as parents care for their children, you should bear in mind the whole universe. ~ Dogen
66:"Prefer to be defeated in the presence of the wise than to excel among fools." ~ Dogen Zenji
67:"The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass." ~ Dogen Zenji
68:When other sects speak well of Zen, the first thing that they praise is its poverty. ~ Dogen
69:In autumn even though I may see it again, how can I sleep with the moon this evening? ~ Dogen
70:Let your heart go out and abide in things. Let things return and abide in your heart. ~ Dogen
71:The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
72:"A fool sees himself as another, but a wise man sees others as himself." ~ Dogen Zenji #wisdom
73:If you cannot find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it? ~ Dogen
74:Don’t work towards freedom, but allow the work itself to be freedom. —DOGEN ROSHI ~ Scott Jurek
75:A flower falls, even though we love it; and a weed grows, even though we do not love it. ~ Dogen
76:Do not doubt that mountains walk simply because they may not appear to walk like humans. ~ Dogen
77:To be in harmony with the wholeness of things is not to have anxiety over imperfections. ~ Dogen
78:Clearly I know, the mind is mountains, rivers, and the great earth; sun, moon, and stars. ~ Dogen
79:When we discover that the truth is already in us, we are all at once our original selves. ~ Dogen
80:People who truly follow the Way would do well to conceal the fact that they are Buddhists. ~ Dogen
81:The recognition of the coming and going of things is a first step in training and practice. ~ Dogen
82:When you find your place where you are, practice occurs, actualizing the fundamental point. ~ Dogen
83:If you want to see things just as they are, then you yourself must practice just as you are. ~ Dogen
84:The color of the mountains is Buddha's body; the sound of running water is his great speech. ~ Dogen
85:"To be enlightened by everything in the world is to let fall one's own body and mind." ~ Dogen Zenji
86:In a snowfall that covers the winter grass a white heron uses his own whiteness to disappear. ~ Dogen
87:In the stream Rushing past To the dusty world, My fleeting form Casts no reflection.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
88:When you paint Spring, do not paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots - just paint Spring. ~ Dogen
89:"If you cannot find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?" ~ Dogen Zenji
90:"A flower falls, even though we love it;and a weed grows, even though we do not love it." ~ Dogen Zenji
91:A flower falls, even though we love it; and a weed grows, even though we do not love it.^ ~ Dogen Zenji
92:Do not doubt that mountains walk simply because they may not appear to walk like humans. ~ Dogen Zenji,
93:To escape from the world means that one's mind is not concerned with the opinions of the world. ~ Dogen
94:There are those who, attracted by grass, flowers, mountains, and waters, flow into the Buddha Way. ~ Dogen
95:The color of the mountains is Buddha's body; the sound of running water is his great speech. ~ Dogen Zenji,
96:Cease from practice based on intellectual understanding, pursuing words, and following after speech. ~ Dogen
97:If you cannot find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?
   ~ Dogen Zenji, [T5],
98:"In a snowfall that covers the winter grass a white heron uses his own whiteness to disappear." ~ Dogen Zenji
99:If you are unable to find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
100:"Although we say mountains belong to the country, actually, they belong to those that love them." ~ Dogen Zenji
101:Although we say mountains belong to the country, actually, they belong to those that love them." ~ Dogen Zenji,
102:When both body and mind are at peace, all things appear as they are: perfect, complete, lacking nothing. ~ Dogen
103:Working with plants, trees, fences and walls, if they practice sincerely they will attain enlightenment. ~ Dogen
104:If he cannot stop the mind that seeks after fame and profit, he will spend his life without finding peace. ~ Dogen
105:Yet, though it is like this, simply, flowers fall amid our longing and weeds spring up amid our antipathy. ~ Dogen
106:But do not ask me where I am going, As I travel in this limitless world, Where every step I take is my home. ~ Dogen
107:"Do not be concerned with the faults of other persons. Do not see others' faults with a hateful mind." ~ Dogen Zenji
108:Though it has no thought of keeping watch, it's not for naught that the scarecrow stands in the grain field. ~ Dogen
109:To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be enlightened by the ten thousand things. ~ Dogen
110:You should study not only that you become a mother when your child is born, but also that you become a child. ~ Dogen
111:Working with plants, trees, fences and walls, if they practice sincerely they will attain enlightenment.~ Dogen Zenji,
112:If you want to travel the Way of Buddhas and Zen masters, then expect nothing, seek nothing, and grasp nothing. ~ Dogen
113:What you think in your own mind to be good, or what people of the world think is good, is not necessarily good. ~ Dogen
114:...the curious Dutch classification gedogen, which means 'technically illegal but officially tolerated. ~ Russell Shorto
115:"But do not ask me where I am going,As I travel in this limitless world,Where every step I take is my home." ~ Dogen Zenji
116:There are mountains hidden in mountains. There are mountains hidden in hiddenness. This is complete understanding. ~ Dogen
117:To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be enlightened by the ten thousand things. ~ Dogen Zenji,
118:Zazen is the ultimate practice. This is indeed the True Self. The Buddhadharma is not to be sought outside of this. ~ Dogen
119:"To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be enlightened by the ten thousand things." ~ Dogen Zenji
120:Be mindful of the passing of time, and engage yourself in zazen as though you are saving your head from fire.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
121:Know that the true dharma emerges of itself [during the practice of zazen], clearing away hindrances and distractions. ~ Dogen
122:There is no beginning to practice nor end to enlightenment; There is no beginning to enlightenment nor end to practice. ~ Dogen
123:"What you think in your own mind to be good, or what people of the world think is good, is not necessarily good." ~ Dogen Zenji
124:But do not ask me where I am going, As I travel in this limitless world, Where every step I take is my home. ~ Dogen Zenji, [T5],
125:Because monks come from the midst of purity, they consider as good and pure what does not arouse desire among other people. ~ Dogen
126:Those who practice know whether realization is attained or not, just as those who drink water know whether it is hot or cold ~ Dogen
127:Truth is not far away. It is nearer than near. There is no need to attain it, since not one of your steps leads away from it. ~ Dogen
128:To start from the self and try to understand all things is delusion. To let the self be awakened by all things is enlightenment. ~ Dogen
129:Real food, containing endogenous micronutrients, prevents metabolic syndrome. Processed food causes metabolic syndrome. ~ Robert H Lustig
130:Be moderate in eating and drinking. Mindful of the passing of time, engage yourself in zazen as though saving your head from fire. ~ Dogen
131:Do not arouse disdainful mind when you prepare a broth of wild grasses; do not arouse joyful mind when you prepare a fine cream soup. ~ Dogen
132:Zazen is an activity that is an extension of the universe. Zazen is not the life of an individual, it's the universe that's breathing. ~ Dogen
133:English version by Robert Bly
The migrating bird
leaves no trace behind
and does not need a guide.
~ Dogen, Coming or Going

134:There are myriads of forms and hundreds of grasses throughout the entire earth, yet each grass and each form itself is the entire earth. ~ Dogen
135:Do not travel to other dusty lands, forsaking your own sitting place; if you cannot find the truth where you are now, you will never find it. ~ Dogen
136:Your body is like a dew-drop on the morning grass, your life is as brief as a flash of lightning. Momentary and vain, it is lost in a moment. ~ Dogen
137:"There is nothing mysterious in Buddhism. Time passes as it is natural, the sun rising in the east, and the moon setting into the west." ~ Dogen Zenji
138:184. "Focus your mind on one thing, absorb the old examples, study the actions of the masters- penetrate deeply into a single form of practice." ~ Dogen
139:"If you have compassion and are imbued with the spirit of the Way, it is of no consequence to be criticized, even reviled, by the ignorant." ~ Dogen Zenji
140:Do not miss the opportunity of offering even a single drop into the ocean of merit or a grain atop the mountain of the roots of beneficial activity. ~ Dogen
141:Realization doesn't destroy the individual any more than the reflection of the moon breaks a drop of water. A drop of water can reflect the whole sky. ~ Dogen
142:"That the self advances and confirms the myriad things is called delusion. That the myriad things advance and confirm the self is enlightenment." ~ Dogen Zenji
143:Handle even a single leaf of green in such a way that it manifests the body of the Buddha. This in turn allows the Buddha to manifest through the leaf. ~ Dogen
144:I asked, "What are words?" The tenzo said, "One, two, three, four, five." I asked again, "What is practice?" "Nothing in the entire universe is hidden." ~ Dogen
145:I wont even stop
at the valleys brook
for fear that
my shadow
may flow into the world.


~ Dogen, I wont even stop

146:That you carry yourself forward and experience the myriad things is delusion. That the myriad things come forward and experience themselves is awakening ~ Dogen
147:An ancient buddha said, “Mountains are mountains; waters are waters.” These words do not mean mountains are mountains; they mean mountains are mountains. ~ Dogen
148:Since it is the practice of enlightenment, that practice has no beginning and since it is enlightenment within the practice, that realization has no end. ~ Dogen
149:English version by Steven Heine
In the stream,
Rushing past
To the dusty world,
My fleeting form
Casts no reflection.
~ Dogen, In the stream

150:Why abandon a seat in your own home to wander in vain through dusty regions of another land? If you make one false step, you miss what is right before your eyes. ~ Dogen
151:Learn the backward step that turns your light inward to illuminate your self. Body and mind of themselves will drop away, and your original face will be manifest. ~ Dogen
152:No matter how bad a state of mind you may get into, if you keep strong and hold out, eventually the floating clouds must vanish and the withering wind must cease. ~ Dogen
153:That the self advances and confirms the ten thousand things is called delusion; that the ten thousand things advance and confirm the self is called enlightenment. ~ Dogen
154:Although its light is wide and great, the Moon is reflected in a puddle one inch wide. The whole Moon and the entire sky is reflected in one dew drop on the grass. ~ Dogen
155:"Life and death are of supreme importance. Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost. Each of us should strive to awaken, take heed and not squander life." ~ Dogen Zenji
156:Do not follow the ideas of others, but learn to listen to the voice within yourself. Your body and mind will become clear and you will realize the unity of all things. ~ Dogen
157:Mountains and rivers at this very moment are the actualization of the world of the ancient Buddhas. Each, abiding in its phenomenal expression, realizes completeness. ~ Dogen
158:If you want to do a certain thing, you first have to be a certain person. Once you become that certain person, you will not care anymore about doing that certain thing. ~ Dogen
159:Learn the backward step that turns your light inward to illuminate your self. Body and mind of themselves will drop away, and your original face will be manifest. ~ Dogen Zenji,
160:Those who see worldly life as an obstacle to Dharma see no Dharma in everyday actions. They have not yet discovered that there are no everyday actions outside of Dharma. ~ Dogen
161:English version by Steven Heine
To what shall
I liken the world?
Moonlight, reflected
In dewdrops,
Shaken from a crane's bill.

~ Dogen, Impermanence

162:Life and death are of supreme importance. Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost. Each of us should strive to awaken. Awaken. Take heed, do not squander your life. ~ Dogen
163:No matter how bad a state of mind you may get into, if you keep strong and hold out, eventually the floating clouds must vanish and the withering wind must cease.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
164:The coming and going of birth and death is a painting. Unsurpassed enlightenment is a painting. The entire phenomenal universe and the empty sky are nothing but a painting. ~ Dogen
165:As the famous Zen master Dogen has said: To study Buddhism is to study the self. To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be one with others. ~ Mark Epstein
166: English version by Steven Heine
The moon reflected
In a mind clear
As still water:
Even the waves, breaking,
Are reflecting its light.

~ Dogen, Zazen

167:If you want to do a certain thing, you first have to be a certain person. Once you become that certain person, you will not care anymore about doing that certain thing. ~ Dogen Zenji,
168:What is the way of the Buddha? It is to study the self. What is the study of the self? It is to forget oneself. To forget oneself is to enlightened by everything in the world. ~ Dogen
169:"To learn the way of the Buddha is to learn about oneself. To learn about oneself is to forget oneself. To forget oneself is to be enlightened by everything in the world." ~ Dogen Zenji
170:In spring wind
peach blossoms
begin to come apart.
Doubts do not grow
branches and leaves.


~ Dogen, Viewing Peach Blossoms and Realizing the Way

171:Because mountains are high and broad, the way of riding the clouds is always reached in the mountains; the inconceivable power of soaring in the wind comes freely from the mountains ~ Dogen
172: English version by Ivan M. Granger
Beneath the snows
the hidden world of winter grass.

And in the field of white, a white heron
hides himself.

~ Dogen, Worship

173:English version by Steven Heine
Like tangled hair,
The circular delusion
Of beginning and end,
When straightened out,
A dream no longer.

~ Dogen, Like tangled hair

174:Students, when you want to say something, think about it three times before you say it. Speak only if your words will benefit yourselves and others. Do not speak if it brings no benefit. ~ Dogen
175:The Shobogenzo is an enormous work that captures the vastness of Dogen's realization. Kaz, over many years, threaded the beads of these many fascicles into a great mala of wisdom. ~ Joan Halifax
176:To work with Kaz on this kind of project is a fascinating process...He seems to be Dogen himself when offering the translations that we Western collaborators then refine with him. ~ Joan Halifax
177:English version by Gabriel Rosenstock
The track of the swan through the sky
Never leaves traces--
Its path is soon forgotten

~ Dogen, The track of the swan through the sky

178:English version by Steven Heine
Because the mind is free --
Listening to the rain
Dripping from the eaves,
The drops become
One with me.
~ Dogen, Ching-chings raindrop sound

179:Meditation is not a way to enlightenment, Nor is it a method of achieving anything at all. It is peace itself. It is the actualization of wisdom, The ultimate truth of the oneness of all things. ~ Dogen
180:If we look at the world with a deluded body and mind, we will think that our self is permanent. But if we practice correctly and return to our true self, we will realize that nothing is permanent ~ Dogen
181:Students today should live fully every moment of time. This dew-like life fades away; time speeds swiftly. In this short life of ours, avoid involvement in superfluous things and just study the Way. ~ Dogen
182:I think Dogen can be a very good introduction for people who want to meditate in whatever way, whether it's yoga, qigong, or Tibetan. It can help widen and deepen anyone's meditation experience. ~ Kazuaki Tanahashi
183:"Those who regard worldly affairs as a hindrance to buddha dharma think only that there is no buddha dharma in the secular world; they do not understand that there is no secular world in buddha dharma." ~ Dogen Zenji
184:Dogen tells us to “cease practice based on intellectual understanding, pursuing words and following after speech, and learn the backward step that turns your light inwardly to illuminate yourself. ~ James Ishmael Ford
185:Zen Master Dogen has pointed out that anxiety, when accepted, is the driving force to enlightenment in that it lays bare the human dilemma at the same time that it ignites our desire to break out of it. ~ Philip Kapleau
186:English version by Steven Heine
Because the flowers blooming
In our original home
Are everlasting,
Though springtimes may come and go
Their colors do not fade.

~ Dogen, Wonderous nirvana-mind

187:Yet you must not cling to the words of the old sages either; they, too, may not be right. Even if you believe them, you should be alert so that, in the event that something superior comes along, you may follow that. ~ Dogen
188:Mountains and oceans have whole worlds of innumerable wondrous features. We should understand that it is not only our distant surroundings that are like this, but even what is right here, even a single drop of water. ~ Dogen
189:English version by Steven Heine
"Mind itself is buddha" -- difficult to practice, but easy to explain;
"No mind, no buddha" -- difficult to explain, but easy to practice.

~ Dogen, A Zen monk asked for a verse -

190:When you paint Spring, do not paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots, but just paint Spring. To paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots is to paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots - it is not yet painting Spring. ~ Dogen
191:Yet you must not cling to the words of the old sages either; they, too, may not be right. Even if you believe them, you should be alert so that, in the event that something superior comes along, you may follow that.
   ~ Dogen Zenji,
192:Understand clearly that when a great need appears a great use appears also; when there is small need there is small use; it is obvious, then, that full use is made of all things at all times according to the necessity thereof. ~ Dogen
193:All that's visible springs from causes intimate to you. While walking, sitting, lying down, the body itself is complete truth. If someone asks the inner meaning of this: Inside the treasury of dharma eye a single grain of dust. ~ Dogen
194:Man is endogenous, and education is his unfolding. The aid we have from others is mechanical, compared with the discoveries of nature in us. What is thus learned is delightful in the doing, and the effect remains. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
195:"The longness and shortness of the present moment can be recognized by utilizing a big image of the moon, which is reflecting on the surface of the ocean, and a small image of the moon on the surface of a cup of water..." ~ Dogen Zenji
196:When you paint Spring, do not paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots, but just paint Spring. To paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots is to paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots — it is not yet painting Spring. ~ Dogen Zenji,
197:"When you paint Spring, do not paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots, but just paint Spring. To paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots is to paint willows, plums, peaches, or apricots — it is not yet painting Spring." ~ Dogen Zenji
198:Our new economic approach is rooted in ideas which stress the importance of macro-economics, post neo-classical endogenous growth theory and the symbiotic relationships between growth and investment, and people and infrastructure. ~ Gordon Brown
199:Coming, going, the waterbirds
dont leave a trace,
dont follow a path.


Translated by: Stephen Mitchell
From: The Enlightened Heart, An Anthology of Sacred Poetry

~ Dogen, On Non-Dependence of Mind

200:[After being corrected by a grammarian for using the feminine pronoun instead of the pseudogeneric masculine:] As you please, but for my part, if I were to express myself so, I should fancy I had a beard. ~ Marie de Rabutin Chantal marquise de Sevigne
201:At the moment of giving birth to a child, is the mother separate from the child? You should study not only that you become a mother when your child is born, but also that you become a child. —Dogen Zenji, Mountains and Waters Sutra ~ Karen Maezen Miller
202:Just practice good, do good for others, without thinking of making yourself known so that you may gain reward. Really bring benefit to others, gaining nothing for yourself. This is the primary requisite for breaking free of attachments to the Self. ~ Dogen
203:You should stop searching for phrases and chasing after words. Take the backward step and turn the light inward. Your body-mind of itself will drop off and your original face will appear. If you want to attain just this, immediately practice just this. ~ Dogen
204:It was Newburgh, a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan, who then killed off von Noorden’s hypothesis of endogenous obesity once and for all, and with it any explanation for obesity that didn’t blame it on simple gluttony and sloth. ~ Gary Taubes
205:Students of the Way must not study Buddhism for the sake of themselves. They must study Buddhism only for the sake of Buddhism. The key to this is to renounce both body and mind without holding anything back and to offer them to the great sea of Buddhism. ~ Dogen
206:Through one word, or seven words, or three times five, even if you investigate thoroughly myriad forms, nothing can be depended upon. Night advances, the moon glows and falls into the ocean. The black dragon jewel you have been searching for, is everywhere. ~ Dogen
207:There are thousands upon thousands of students who have practiced meditation and obtained its fruits. Do not doubt its possibilities because of the simplicity of the method. If you can not find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it? ~ Dogen
208:English version by Steven Heine
The true person is
Not anyone in particular;
But, like the deep blue color
Of the limitless sky,
It is everyone, everywhere in the world.

~ Dogen, True person manifest throughout the ten quarters of the world

209:We have been teaching together [with Kaz] now for more than twenty years in sesshins, in international travel programs in Japan and China, as well as intensives on Buddhism that focus on the work of Zen Master Dogen and Ryokan, as well as on many of the Mahayana sutras. ~ Joan Halifax
210:There is nothing natural about human nature, which is in reality affected by the historical context in which man operates. It is socially determined, or, as we would say today, it is endogenous. But the sociopolitical context is, in turn, determined by man’s collective action. ~ Anonymous
211:Refraining from all evil, not clinging to birth and death, working in deep compassion for all sentient beings, respecting those over you and pitying those below you, without any detesting or desiring, worrying or lamentation - this is what is called Buddha. Do not search beyond it. ~ Dogen
212:The discovery of DMT in the human body stimulated much less fanfare than did that of endorphins. Anti-psychedelic-drug sentiment sweeping the USA at the time actually turned researchers against studying endogenous DMT. The discoverers of endorphins, in contrast, won Nobel Prizes. ~ Rick Strassman
213:When mountains and waters are painted, blue, green, and red paints are used, strange rocks and wondrous stones are used, the four jewels and the seven treasures are used. Rice-cakes are painted in the same manner. When a person is painted, the four great elements and five skandhas are used. ~ Dogen
214:Something you want badly enough can always be gained. No matter how fierce the enemy, how remote the beautiful lady, or how carefully guarded the treasure, there is always a means to the goal for the earnest seeker. The unseen help of the guardian gods of heaven and earth assure fulfillment. ~ Dogen
215:All experience is a drug experience. Whether it's mediated by our own [endogenous] drugs, or whether it's mediated by substances that we ingest that are found in plants, cognition, consciousness, the working of the brain, it's all a chemically mediated process. Life itself is a drug experience. ~ Dennis McKenna
216:Do no harmful actions, do not become attached to the cycle of death and rebirth, show kindness, respect the old and have compassion for the young, do not have a heart that rejects or a heart that covets and have no worry or sadness in your heart. This is what is called enlightenment. Do not seek it elsewhere. ~ Dogen
217:viruses to ‘infect’ any DNA-based cells with which they come into contact. The virus inserts its message into the genetic material of the host organism’s germ cells (that’s what so-called endogenous retroviruses do), and the cell obligingly replicates it and passes the message on to all future generations ~ Paul Davies
218:As I study both the exoteric and the esoteric schools of Buddhism, they maintain that human beings are endowed with Dharma-nature by birth. If this is the case, why did the Buddhas of all ages - undoubtedly in possession of enlightenment - find it necessary to seek enlightenment and engage in spiritual practice? ~ Dogen
219:In doing zazen it is desirable to have a quiet room. You should be temperate in eating and drinking, forsaking all delusive relationships. Setting everything aside, think of neither good nor evil, right nor wrong. Thus having stopped the various functions of your mind, five up even the idea of becoming a Buddha. ~ Dogen
220:When a buddha is painted, not only a clay altar or lump of earth is used, but the thirty-two marks, a blade of grass, and the cultivation of wisdom for incalculable eons are used. As a Buddha has been painted on a single scroll in this way, all buddhas are painted buddhas, and all painted buddhas are actual buddhas. ~ Dogen
221:Studying the Buddha way is studying oneself. Studying oneself is forgetting oneself. Forgetting oneself is being enlightened by all things. Being enlightened by all things is to shed the body-mind of oneself, and those of others. No trace of enlightenment remains, and this traceless enlightenment continues endlessly. ~ Dogen
222:The one and only thing required is to free oneself from the bondage of mind and body alike, putting the Buddha's own seal upon yourself. If you do this as you sit in ecstatic meditation, the whole universe itself scattered through the infinity of space turns into enlightenment. This is what I mean by the Buddha's seal. ~ Dogen
223:To study the buddha way is to study the self. To study the self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be actualized by myriad things. When actualized by myriad things, your body and mind as well as the bodies and minds of others drop away. No trace of realization remains, and this no trace continues endlessly. ~ Dogen
224:Well it's always been an interesting area for me. In referencing something I just reread from Dogen it says, "Enlightenment doesn't break the person anymore than the reflection breaks the water" and Suzuki in his commentary is saying you don't lose your personality once you acquire some sort of Buddhist understanding. ~ Brad Warner
225:English version by Lucien Stryk and Takashi Ikemoto
The Western Patriarch's doctrine is transplanted!
I fish by moonlight, till on cloudy days.
Clean, clean! Not a worldly mote falls with the snow
As, cross-legged in this mountain hut, I sit the evening through.

~ Dogen, The Western Patriarchs doctrine is transplanted!

226:There is a simple way to become buddha: When you refrain from unwholesome actions, are not attached to birth and death, and are compassionate toward all sentient beings, respectful to seniors and kind to juniors, not excluding or desiring anything, with no designing thoughts or worries, you will be called a buddha. Do not seek anything else. ~ Dogen
227:Continuous practice, day after day, is the most appropriate way of expressing gratitude. This means that you practice continuously, without wasting a single day of your life, without using it for your own sake. Why is it so? Your life is a fortunate outcome of the continuous practice of the past. You should express your gratitude immediately. ~ Dogen
228:Enlightenment is like the moon reflected on the water.
The moon does not get wet, nor is the water broken.
Although its light is wide and great,
The moon is reflected even in a puddle an inch wide.
The whole moon and the entire sky
Are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass.


~ Dogen, Enlightenment is like the moon

229:Life and death are nothing but the mind. Years, months, days, and hours are nothing but the mind. Dreams, illusions, and mirages are nothing but the mind. The bubbles of water and the flames of fire are nothing but the mind. The flowers of the spring and the moon of the autumn are nothing but the mind. Confusions and dangers are nothing but the mind. ~ Dogen
230:English version by Steven Heine
Joyful in this mountain retreat yet still feeling melancholy,
Studying the Lotus Sutra every day,
Practicing zazen singlemindedly;
What do love and hate matter
When I'm here alone,
Listening to the sound of the rain late in this autumn evening.

~ Dogen, One of fifteen verses on Dogens mountain retreat

231:Sanity and enlightenment...I've been reading a new book Dogen's Genjo Koan: Three Commentaries, and it contains a commentary on Genjo Koan by Shunryu Suzuki, the author who wrote Zen Mind, Beginners Mind. He doesn't mention sanity at all but I think that one possible definition of enlightenment would be a kind of profound sanity, where being insane is no longer an option. ~ Brad Warner
232:To study the Way is to study the Self. To study the Self is to forget the self. To forget the self is to be enlightened by all things of the universe. To be enlightened by all things of the universe is to cast off the body and mind of the self as well as those of others. Even the traces of enlightenment are wiped out, and life with traceless enlightenment goes on forever and ever ~ Dogen
233:Set aside all involvements and let the myriad things rest. Zazen is not thinking of good, not thinking of bad. It is not conscious endeavour. It is not introspection. Do not desire to become a buddha; let sitting or lying down drop away. Be moderate in eating and drinking. Be mindful of the passing of time, and engage yourself in zazen as though you are saving your head from fire. ~ Dogen
234:In Dogen's writing, the practical instruction, philosophy and poetry are together in one voice. People hear about his poetry, go to his work, and expect to find poetry, or they hear about his philosophy and expect to find philosophy. They look just for practical instruction and find poetry and philosophy. They can't make out the complexity of his writing, become frustrated and let him go. ~ Kazuaki Tanahashi
235:Drifting pitifully in the whirlwind of birth and death,
As if wandering in a dream,
In the midst of illusion I awaken to the true path;
There is one more matter I must not neglect,
But I need not bother now,
As I listen to the sound of the evening rain
Falling on the roof of my temple retreat
In the deep grass of Fukakusa.


~ Dogen, The whirlwind of birth and death

236:Since we are provided with both a body and a mind, we grasp onto the physical forms we see. Since we are provided with both a body and a mind, we cling to the sounds we hear. As a consequence, we make ourselves inseparable from all things, yet we are not like some shadowy figure 'lodging' in a mirror or like the moon in water. Whenever we witness what is on the one side, its opposite side will be in darkness. ~ Dogen
237:When you ride in a boat and watch the shore, you might assume that the shore is moving. But when you keep your eyes closely on the boat, you can see that the boat moves. Similarly, if you examine myriad things with a confused body and mind you might suppose that your mind and nature are permanent. But when you practice intimately and return to where you are, it will be clear that there is nothing that has unchanging self. ~ Dogen
238:In the assemblies of the enlightened ones there have been many cases of mastering the Way bringing forth the heart of plants and trees; this is what awakening the mind for enlightenment is like. The fifth patriarch of Zen was once a pine-planting wayfarer; Rinzai worked on planting cedars and pines on Mount Obaku. . . . Working with plants, trees, fences and walls, if they practice sincerely they will attain enlightenment. ~ Dogen
239:English version by Steven Heine
Treading along in this dreamlike, illusory realm,
Without looking for the traces I may have left;
A cuckoo's song beckons me to return home;
Hearing this, I tilt my head to see
Who has told me to turn back;
But do not ask me where I am going,
As I travel in this limitless world,
Where every step I take is my home.

~ Dogen, Treading along in this dreamlike, illusory realm

240:Dogen’s teaching: We practice because we do not yet know who or what we are. But as a result of many causes, including the suffering we experience and the longing engendered by that suffering, we aspire to know. That aspiration leads many people to begin the practice of zazen. Dogen expressed this beautifully when he said, “Wisdom is seeking wisdom.” Perhaps we might paraphrase and say that wholeness is seeking wholeness, self is seeking self. ~ D gen
241:English version by Steven Heine
Drifting pitifully in the whirlwind of birth and death,
As if wandering in a dream,
In the midst of illusion I awaken to the true path;
There is one more matter I must not neglect,
But I need not bother now,
As I listen to the sound of the evening rain
Falling on the roof of my temple retreat
In the deep grass of Fukakusa.

~ Dogen, One of six verses composed in Anyoin Temple in Fukakusa, 1230

242:A fish swims in the ocean, and no matter how far it swims there is no end to the water. A bird flies in the sky, and no matter how far it flies there is no end to the air. However the fish and the bird have never left their elements. Thus each of them totally covers its full range, and each of them totally experiences its realm... Know that water is life and air is life. The bird is life and the fish is life. Life must be the bird and life must be the fish... practice, enlightenment and people are like this. ~ Dogen
243:The zazen I speak of is not learning meditation. It is simply the Dharma gate of repose and bliss, the practice-realization of totally culminated enlightenment. It is the manifestation of ultimate reality. Traps and snares can never reach it. Once its heart is grasped, you are like the dragon when he gains the water, like the tiger when she enters the mountain. For you must know that just there (in zazen) the right Dharma is manifesting itself and that, from the first, dullness and distraction are struck aside. ~ Dogen
244:In the beginner's mind there is no thought, "I have attained something." All self-centered thoughts limit our vast mind. When we have no thought of achievement, no thought of self, we are true beginners. Then we can really learn something. The beginner's mind is the mind of compassion. When our mind is compassionate, it is boundless. Dogen-zenji, the founder of our school, always emphasized how important it is to resume our boundless original mind. Then we are always true to ourselves, in sympathy with all beings, and can actually practice. ~ Shunryu Suzuki
245:If you come across an insane person who's talking gibberish, you can't make any sense of it at all and that would be one way that enlightenment is different. If you read Dogen, a lot of his stuff is very strange and is coming from a different place than what we're used to, but at the same time, it's not senseless ramblings and that's part of what attracted me to Dogen. I didn't get it, but it was sane. It's not some guy raving about UFO's or Moses living in his bathtub, it's was actually something sane that I just didn't get, if that makes sense? ~ Brad Warner
246:Whenever learners or those beyond learning awaken the mind, for the first time they plant one buddha-nature. Working with the four elements and five clusters, if they practice sincerely they attain enlightenment. Working with plants, trees, fences and walls, if they practice sincerely they will attain enlightenment. This is because the four elements and five clusters and plants, trees, fences and walls are fellow students; because they are of the same essence, because they are the same mind and the same life, because they are the same body and the same mechanism. ~ Dogen
247:su realidad no solo malgasta la vida, sino que también la acorta. El yo es la descarada mentira que nos contamos a diario y la felicidad requiere ver más allá de dicha mentira, desenmascararla. «Estudiar el yo es olvidar el yo», decía Dogen, un maestro zen del siglo XIII. La voz interior, las voces externas, todo es lo mismo. No hay líneas divisorias. Sobre todo cuando se compite. La victoria, según el zen, «llega cuando nos olvidamos del yo y del adversario, que son las dos mitades de un todo. Todo esto se expone con claridad meridiana en el libro Zen en el arte del tiro con arco: ~ Phil Knight
248:Cancer, we have discovered, is stitched into our genome. Oncogenes arise from mutations in essential genes that regulate the growth of cells. Mutations accumulate in these genes when DNA is damaged by carcinogens, but also by seemingly random errors in copying genes when cells divide. The former might be preventable, but the latter is endogenous. Cancer is a flaw in our growth, but this flaw is deeply entrenched in ourselves. We can rid ourselves of cancer, then, only as much as we can rid ourselves of the processes in our physiology that depend on growth—aging, regeneration, healing, reproduction. ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee
249:There is evidence that ageing is in part caused by accumulated DNA damage 76 .First, various endogenously arising DNA lesions accumulate with age in the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes of healthy mammals, including humans 42,76,77 . This may reflect not only ongoing DNA-damage induction but also declining DNA-repair capacity over time 68,73 .Second, patients with inherited DDR defects often display features of premature ageing (Supplementary Table 1).Third, work in various organisms has implicated growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor 1 signalling in regulating longevity, and notably, such signalling is downregulated in response to DNA damage ~ Anonymous
250:Cancer, we have discovered, is stitched into our genome. Oncogenes [cancer causing cells] arise from mutations in essential genes that regulate the growth of cells. Mutations accumulate in these genes when DNA is damaged by carcinogens, but also by seemingly random errors in copying genes when cells divide. The former might be preventable, but the latter is endogenous [originating from within]. Cancer is a flaw in our growth, but this flaw is deeply entrenched in ourselves. We can rid ourselves of cancer, then, only as much as we can rid ourselves of the processes in our physiology that depend on growth — aging, regeneration, healing, reproduction. ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee
251:What is that 95 percent? Some is junk—remnants of pseudogenes inactivated by evolution.fn4,3 But buried in that are the keys to the kingdom, the instruction manual for when to transcribe particular genes, the on/off switches for gene transcription. A gene doesn’t “decide” when to be photocopied into RNA, to generate its protein. Instead, before the start of the stretch of DNA coding for that gene is a short stretch called a promoterfn5—the “on” switch. What turns the promoter switch on? Something called a transcription factor (TF) binds to the promoter. This causes the recruitment of enzymes that transcribe the gene into RNA. Meanwhile, other transcription factors deactivate genes. ~ Robert M Sapolsky
252:Even in the best of times, when we’re not stressed or needy, many of us enjoy petting our dogs as much as any other aspect of dog ownership. This is not a trivial need. Quiet stroking can significantly change your body’s physiology, lowering your heart rate and blood pressure. It releases endogenous opiates, or internal chemicals that calm and soothe us and play a significant role in good health. Lucky for us, most of our dogs adore being touched. Most normal, well-socialized dogs cherish getting belly rubs and head massages and butt scratches. Many dogs like grooming so much that they’re willing to work for it, pawing or barking whenever needed to remind their human not to stop. ~ Patricia B McConnell
253:Een beetje medelijden en een beetje ruimhartigheid, zei ik, ik zei geen liefde: in universele liefde geloof ik niet zo. Liefde van iedereen voor iedereen, dat kunnen we misschien beter overlaten aan Jezus. Liefde is immers iets heel anders. Het lijkt helemaal niet op ruimhartigheid en evenmin op mededogen. Integendeel. Liefde is een eigenaardig mengsel van twee tegengestelde dingen, een mengsel van het ergste egoïsme en de meest volmaakte toewijding. Een paradox! Bovendien, liefde, de hele wereld praat voortdurend maar over liefde, liefde, maar liefde kies je niet, je raakt ermee besmet, als een ziekte. Liefde overvalt je, als een ramp. Dus wat kies je dan wel? Waartussen moet een mens bijna elk moment kiezen? Óf ruimhartigheid, óf kwaadaardigheid. ~ Amos Oz
254:Joyful in this mountain retreat yet still feeling melancholy,
Studying the Lotus Sutra every day,
Practicing zazen singlemindedly;
What do love and hate matter
When Im here alone,
Listening to the sound of the rain
late in this autumn evening.

Drifting pitifully in the whirlwind of birth and death,
As if wandering in a dream,
In the midst of illusion I awaken to the true path;
There is one more matter I must not neglect,
But I need not bother now,
As I listen to the sound of the evening rain
Falling on the roof of my temple retreat
In the deep grass of Fukakusa.

From: The Zen Poetry of Dogen: Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace By: Steven Heine

~ Dogen, Joyful in this mountain retreat

255:People with family histories of alcoholism tend to have lower levels of endorphins- the endogenous morphine that is responsible for many of our pleasure responses- than do people genetically disinclined to alcoholism. Alcohol will slightly raise the endorphin level of people without the genetic basis for alcoholism; it will dramatically raise the endorphin level of people with that genetic basis. Specialists spend a lot of time formulating exotic hypotheses to account for substance abuse. Most experts point out, strong motivations for avoiding drugs; but there are also strong motivations for taking them. People who claim not to understand why anyone would get addicted to drugs are usually people who haven't tried them or who are genetically fairly invulnerable to them. ~ Andrew Solomon
256:In front marched Egypt. The Duke of Egypt at their head, on horseback, with his counts on foot, holding his bridle and stirrups; behind them the Egyptians, men and women, in any order, with their young children yelling on their shoulders; all of them, duke, counts, common people, in rags and tinsel. Then came the kingdom of the argot, that is to say, every thief in France, graded in order of rank, the lowest going in front. Thus there filed past in column of four, in the various insignia of their grades in this strange academy, the majority crippled, some of them lame, others with only one arm, the upright men, the counterfeit cranks, the rufflers, the kinchincoves, the Abraham-men, the fraters, the dommerars, the trulls, the whipjacks, the prygges, the drawlatches, the robardesmen, the clapper-dogens; an enumeration to weary Homer. ~ Victor Hugo
257:Mijn worsteling is nooit geweest om een inhoud te vinden: ik had veeleer een teveel op het hart dan te weinig. Neen, het is altijd de vorm geweest, waarmede ik worstelde, als dat de juiste uitdrukking is. Inhoud heb ik altijd volop gehad, maar het was te veel tegelijk dat zich aandiende, en bijna alles daarvan joeg mij angst aan. Was ik gek? Zoude iemand anders het kunnen begrijpen? De geur van een Jongen zijn kleren; de tover van diens lichtval op diens haar; uniformen; het ruisen der zee; het ondoordringbare Woud, waar de Meedogenloze Jongen woont, alleen met zijn iets oudere broertje dat een vrome houthakker is en iets vermoedt van mijn mateloos verlangen.
Troost is er nergens. De wind in de boomtoppen zingt: 'Voorbij...Voorbij...voor eeuwig...? 'En ik kan het woud nooit meer uit want de stukjes brood die ik achter mij gestrooid heb zijn alle door de vogeltjes opgegeten. ~ Gerard Reve
258:Such immune systems could equally be described as organismic early forms of a feeling for transcendence: thanks to the efficiency of these devices, which are constantly at the ready, the organism actively confronts the potential bringers of its death, opposing them with its endogenous capacity to overcome the lethal. Such functions have earned immune systems of this type comparisons to a ‘body police’ or border patrol. But as the concern, already at this level, is to work out a modus vivendi with foreign and invisible powers – and, in so far as these can bring death, ‘higher’ and ‘supernatural’ ones – this is a preliminary stage to the behaviour one is accustomed to terming religious or spiritual in human contexts. For every organism, its environment is its transcendence, and the more abstract and unknown the danger from that environment, the more transcendent it appears. ~ Peter Sloterdijk
259:sono due metà di un solo spirito, uno spirito troppo grande per essere contenuto in un solo corpo. Sono esseri liminali, metà umani, metà divini, e devono essere onorati come gli si confà, se non addirittura adorati. Il secondo gemello, in particolare, il changeling e il trickster, meno affascinato dalle cose del mondo rispetto al primo, viene sulla terra con grande riluttanza e vi rimane con un maggiore sforzo, consumato dalla nostalgia per i regni spirituali. Alla vigilia del giorno in cui i due gemelli nasceranno, ognuno nel proprio corpo fisico, il secondogenito, scettico, dice al primo: <>. Il primo gemello, Taiyewo (dallo yoruba to aiye wo, <>), vedendo che la sua metà non torna, si appresta senza fretta a raggiungere il suo Taiyewo, degnandosi di assumere una forma umana. Gli yoruba quindi considerano Kehinde il più grande: nato per secondo, ma più saggio, e quindi <>.
(pag. 89 "La bellezza delle cose fragili") ~ Taiye Selasi
260:De naam Balbec in een boek te zien staan was ook in de lente genoeg om het verlangen naar stormen en de Normandische gotiek in mij wakker te roepen; de naam Florence of de naam Venetië deed mij ook als het stormde verlangen naar zon, leliën, het Dogenpaleis en de Santa Maria del Fiore.

Maar dat het beeld dat ik van die steden had voorgoed met hun namen was versmolten hield in dat die het transformeerden, het onderwierpen, als ik het weer voor me zag, aan hun eigen wetten; het gevolg was dat ze het mooier, maar ook anders maakten dan de steden van Normandië en Toscane in werkelijkheid konden zijn, en dat ze door de arbitraire geneugten van mijn fantasie te verhogen, de toekomstige teleurstelling op mijn reizen vergrootten.


Woorden geven ons van de dingen in het klein een heldere en gangbare voorstelling zoals er op scholen aan de muur hangen om de kinderen een voorbeeld te laten zien van wat een werkbank is, een vogel, een mierenhoop, dingen opgevat als gelijk aan alle andere van hetzelfde soort. Maar namen geven van de mensen - en van de steden waardoor wij ze gaan zien als individueel, uniek zoals mensen - een vaag beeld dat aan die namen, aan hun klank, hel of donker, een tint ontleent waarin ze uniform zijn gekleurd. ~ Marcel Proust
261:Flow is a rush like no other. If you want grounds for comparison, consider the current use-abuse rates for mood-altering, mind-altering, and performance-enhancing drugs: In America, over 22 percent of the population has an illicit drug problem; one out of ten take antidepressants; 26 percent of kids are on stimulants, purportedly for ADHD, anecdotally for performance enhancement. And prescription drugs? They’ve just surpassed car accidents as the number one cause of accidental death. Add this up and you’ll find a trillion-dollar public-health crisis. Now consider what these abused drugs do. The primary illicit drug of choice is marijuana—that triggers the release of anandamide. Antidepressants are some combination of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin; tobacco and ADHD drugs affect dopamine and norepinephrine; and prescription drugs of abuse are opioids like Oxycontin—meaning they affect the endorphin system. In other words, Americans are literally killing themselves trying to achieve artificially the same sensations that flow produces naturally. Of course, as a perfect endogenous combination of these drugs, flow is also a major rush. But unlike the dead-end highs currently plaguing public health, flow doesn’t sidetrack one’s life; it revitalizes it. ~ Anonymous
262:translated by Richard B. Clarke Practice of Meditation by Zen Master Dogen TRUTH is perfect and complete in itself. It is not something newly discovered; it has always existed. Truth is not far away; it is ever present. It is not something to be attained since not one of your steps leads away from it. Do not follow the ideas of others, but learn to listen to the voice within yourself. Your body and mind will become clear and you will realize the unity of all things. The slightest movement of your dualistic thought will prevent you from entering the palace of meditation and wisdom. The Buddha meditated for six years, Bodhidharma for nine. The practice of meditation is not a method for the attainment of realization—it is enlightenment itself. Your search among books, word upon word, may lead you to the depths of knowledge, but it is not the way to receive the reflection of your true self. When you have thrown off your ideas as to mind and body, the original truth will fully appear. Zen is simply the expression of truth; therefore longing and striving are not the true attitudes of Zen. To actualize the blessedness of meditation you should practice with pure intention and firm determination. Your meditation room should be clean and quiet. Do not dwell in ~ Jack Kornfield
263:Viewed in this light, life itself appears as a dynamics of integration that is equipped with auto-therapeutic or 'endo-clinical' competencies and refers to a species-specific space of surprise. It has an equally innate and - in higher organisms - adaptively acquired responsibility for the injuries and invasions it regularly encounters in its permanently allocated environment or conquered surroundings. Such immune systems could equally be described as organismic early forms of a feeling for transcendence: thanks to the efficiency of these devices, which are constantly at the ready, the organism actively confronts the potential bringers of its death, opposing them with its endogenous capacity to overcome the lethal. Such functions have earned immune systems of this type comparisons to a 'body police' or border patrol. But as the concern, already at this level, is to work out a modus vivendi with foreign and invisible powers - and, in so far as these can bring death, 'higher' and 'supernatural' ones - this is a preliminary stage to the behaviour one is accustomed to terming religious or spiritual in human contexts. For every organism, its environment is its transcendence, and the more abstract and unknown the danger from that environment, the more transcendent it appears. ~ Peter Sloterdijk
264:the organism is dominated by one sector of the body: the old interior world of the viscera that are located in the abdomen, thorax, and thick of the skin, along with the attendant chemical processes. The contents of feelings that dominate our conscious mind correspond largely to the ongoing actions of viscera, for example, the degree of contraction or relaxation of the smooth muscles that form the walls of tubular organs such as the trachea, bronchi, and gut, as well as countless blood vessels in the skin and visceral cavities. Equally prominent among the contents is the state of the mucosae—think of your throat, dry, moist, or just plain sore, or of your esophagus or stomach when you eat too much or are famished. The typical content of our feelings is governed by the degree to which the operations of the viscera listed above are smooth and uncomplicated or else labored and erratic. To make matters more complex, all of these varied organ states are the result of the action of chemical molecules—circulating in the blood or arising in nerve terminals distributed throughout the viscera—for example, cortisol, serotonin, dopamine, endogenous opioids, oxytocin. Some of these potions and elixirs are so powerful that their results are instantaneous. Last, the degree of tension or relaxation of the voluntary muscles (which, as noted, are part of the newer interior world of the body frame) also contributes to the content of feelings ~ Ant nio R Dam sio
265:How does the body push the comparatively tiny genome so far? Many researchers want to put the weight on learning and experience, apparently believing that the contribution of the genes is relatively unimportant. But though the ability to learn is clearly one of the genome's most important products, such views overemphasize learning and significantly underestimate the extent to which the genome can in fact guide the construction of enormous complexity. If the tools of biological self-assembly are powerful enough to build the intricacies of the circulatory system or the eye without requiring lessons from the outside world, they are also powerful enough to build the initial complexity of the nervous system without relying on external lessons.

The discrepancy melts away as we appreciate the true power of the genome. We could start by considering the fact that the currently accepted figure of 30,000 could well prove to be too low. Thirty thousand (or thereabouts) is, at press time, the best estimate for how many protein-coding genes are in the human genome. But not all genes code for proteins; some, not counted in the 30,000 estimate, code for small pieces of RNA that are not converted into proteins (called microRNA), of "pseudogenes," stretches of DNA, apparently relics of evolution, that do not properly encode proteins. Neither entity is fully understood, but recent reports (from 2002 and 2003) suggest that both may play some role in the all-important process of regulating the IFS that control whether or not genes are expressed. Since the "gene-finding" programs that search the human genome sequence for genes are not attuned to such things-we don't yet know how to identify them reliably-it is quite possible that the genome contains more buried treasure. ~ Gary F Marcus
266:Between state building and economic growth Having a state is a basic precondition for intensive economic growth. The economist Paul Collier has demonstrated the converse of this proposition, namely, that state breakdown, civil war, and interstate conflict have very negative consequences for growth.20 A great deal of Africa’s poverty in the late twentieth century was related to the fact that states there were very weak and subject to constant breakdown and instability. Beyond the establishment of a state that can provide for basic order, greater administrative capacity is also strongly correlated with economic growth. This is particularly true at low absolute levels of per capita GDP (less than $1,000); while it remains important at higher levels of income, the impact may not be proportionate. There is also a large literature linking good governance to economic growth, though the definition of “good governance” is not well established and, depending on the author, sometimes includes all three components of political development.21 While the correlation between a strong, coherent state and economic growth is well established, the direction of causality is not always clear. The economist Jeffrey Sachs has maintained that good governance is endogenous: it is the product of economic growth rather than a cause of it.22 There is a good logic to this: government costs money. One of the reasons why there is so much corruption in poor countries is that they cannot afford to pay their civil servants adequate salaries to feed their families, so they are inclined to take bribes. Per capita spending on all government services, from armies and roads to schools and police on the street, was about $17,000 in the United States in 2008 but only $19 in Afghanistan.23 It is therefore not a surprise that the Afghan state is much weaker than the American one, or that large flows of aid money generate corruption. ~ Francis Fukuyama
267:Flow is an extremely potent response to external events and requires an extraordinary set of signals. The process includes dopamine, which does more than tune signal-to-noise ratios. Emotionally, we feel dopamine as engagement, excitement, creativity, and a desire to investigate and make meaning out of the world. Evolutionarily, it serves a similar function. Human beings are hardwired for exploration, hardwired to push the envelope: dopamine is largely responsible for that wiring. This neurochemical is released whenever we take a risk or encounter something novel. It rewards exploratory behavior. It also helps us survive that behavior. By increasing attention, information flow, and pattern recognition in the brain, and heart rate, blood pressure, and muscle firing timing in the body, dopamine serves as a formidable skill-booster as well. Norepinephrine provides another boost. In the body, it speeds up heart rate, muscle tension, and respiration, and triggers glucose release so we have more energy. In the brain, norepinephrine increases arousal, attention, neural efficiency, and emotional control. In flow, it keeps us locked on target, holding distractions at bay. And as a pleasure-inducer, if dopamine’s drug analog is cocaine, norepinephrine’s is speed, which means this enhancement comes with a hell of a high. Endorphins, our third flow conspirator, also come with a hell of a high. These natural “endogenous” (meaning naturally internal to the body) opiates relieve pain and produce pleasure much like “exogenous” (externally added to the body) opiates like heroin. Potent too. The most commonly produced endorphin is 100 times more powerful than medical morphine. The next neurotransmitter is anandamide, which takes its name from the Sanskrit word for “bliss”—and for good reason. Anandamide is an endogenous cannabinoid, and similarly feels like the psychoactive effect found in marijuana. Known to show up in exercise-induced flow states (and suspected in other kinds), this chemical elevates mood, relieves pain, dilates blood vessels and bronchial tubes (aiding respiration), and amplifies lateral thinking (our ability to link disparate ideas together). More critically, anandamide also inhibits our ability to feel fear, even, possibly, according to research done at Duke, facilitates the extinction of long-term fear memories. Lastly, at the tail end of a flow state, it also appears (more research needs to be done) that the brain releases serotonin, the neurochemical now associated with SSRIs like Prozac. “It’s a molecule involved in helping people cope with adversity,” Oxford University’s Philip Cowen told the New York Times, “to not lose it, to keep going and try to sort everything out.” In flow, serotonin is partly responsible for the afterglow effect, and thus the cause of some confusion. “A lot of people associate serotonin directly with flow,” says high performance psychologist Michael Gervais, “but that’s backward. By the time the serotonin has arrived the state has already happened. It’s a signal things are coming to an end, not just beginning.” These five chemicals are flow’s mighty cocktail. Alone, each packs a punch, together a wallop. ~ Steven Kotler


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   7 Dogen - Poems - Enlightenment is like the moon, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen
   Dogen - I wont even stop, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen
   Dogen - Joyful in this mountain retreat, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen
  From: The Zen Poetry of Dogen: Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace By: Steven Heine - One of fifteen verses on Dogens mountain retreat, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen - One of fifteen verses on Dogens mountain retreat
  author class: Dogen - On Non-Dependence of Mind, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen
   Dogen - The whirlwind of birth and death, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen
   Dogen - Viewing Peach Blossoms and Realizing the Way, #Dogen - Poems, #Dogen, #Zen


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Wikipedia - Begadkefat -- Phenomenon of lenition affecting the non-emphatic stop consonants when preceded by a vowel and not geminated; present in Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic
Wikipedia - Begging the question -- Type of fallacy, where a proposition is assumed as a premise, which itself needs proof and directly entails the conclusion
Wikipedia - Beginning of human personhood -- Opinion as to the precise time when human personhood begins
Wikipedia - Behavioral modeling in computer-aided design -- High-level circuit modeling technique where behavior of logic is modeled
Wikipedia - Beneath the Wheel -- 1906 novel by Hermann Hesse
Wikipedia - Benign water diving -- Diving in environments of low risk, where it is extremely unlikely or impossible for the diver to get lost or entrapped, or be exposed to hazards other than the basic underwater environment
Wikipedia - Benjamin Ide Wheeler -- American linguist and president of the University of California
Wikipedia - Benson's algorithm (Go) -- Algorithm to determine whether a group of go stones are unconditionally alive
Wikipedia - Ben Wheatley -- English film and TV director
Wikipedia - Bernt Sjoberg -- Swedish wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Beta plane -- An approximation whereby the Coriolis parameter, f, is set to vary linearly in space
Wikipedia - Beverage function -- Catering events where beverages are served
Wikipedia - Bhalka -- Place where Krishna is said to have left the earth for the heavenly abode
Wikipedia - Biased random walk on a graph -- An approach for structural analysis of a network when it is too large or complex to be analyzed by statistical methods
Wikipedia - Bibim-guksu -- Korean cold, spicy dish made with thin wheat flour noodles
Wikipedia - Bicycle tire -- A tire that fits on the wheel of a bicycle
Wikipedia - Bicycle Wheel -- Readymade by Marcel Duchamp
Wikipedia - Bicycle wheel -- Wheel designed for a bicycle
Wikipedia - Bicycle -- Pedal-driven two-wheel vehicle
Wikipedia - Big-fish-little-pond effect -- People feel better about themselves when they're more obviously superior
Wikipedia - Big Wheel (comics)
Wikipedia - Big Wheel Recreation -- Independent record label
Wikipedia - Bilinear form -- Scalar-valued function of two variables that becomes a linear map when one coordinate is fixed
Wikipedia - Bill Whelan -- Irish composer and musician
Wikipedia - Billy Edd Wheeler
Wikipedia - Bird bath -- Artificial puddle or small shallow pond where birds bathe
Wikipedia - Bird nest -- Place where a bird broods its eggs
Wikipedia - Birthing center -- Healthcare facility where pregnant mothers can give birth
Wikipedia - Bistorta bistortoides -- Species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family Polygonaceae
Wikipedia - Bjarne Jensen (curler) -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Bjerrum plot -- Graph of the concentrations of the different species from the dissociation of a polyprotic acid, as a function of pH, when the solution is at equilibrium
Wikipedia - Black box -- system where only the inputs and outputs can be viewed, and not its implementation
Wikipedia - Black hole information paradox -- Whether information can disappear in a black hole
Wikipedia - Black hole (networking) -- Places in a network where incoming traffic is silently discarded without informing the source
Wikipedia - Blanche Wheeler Williams -- Archeologist and teacher
Wikipedia - Blandings Castle and Elsewhere -- 1935 short story collection by P.G. Wodehouse
Wikipedia - Blast shelter -- Place where people can go to protect themselves from blasts and explosions
Wikipedia - Blind item -- News story in a gossip column where subjects are anonymous
Wikipedia - Blind men and an elephant -- Parable from the ancient Indian subcontinent, from where it has been widely diffused
Wikipedia - Block programming -- Form of programming where programs of a particular genre or similar are grouped together
Wikipedia - Blood donation -- Occurs when a person voluntarily has blood drawn
Wikipedia - Blue balls -- A condition that arises during sexual arousal when the sperms or fluid are not ejaculated
Wikipedia - Blue sign -- Used by inland waterways vessels when performing a special manoeuvre or passing on the starboard side
Wikipedia - Blue-water diving -- Underwater diving in mid-water where the bottom is not visible and is out of diving range
Wikipedia - Boarding school -- School where some or all pupils live-in
Wikipedia - Bob McPherson -- British wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Bob Prenoveau -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Body language of dogs -- Communication whereby dogs express emotions and intentions through bodily movements
Wikipedia - Boredom -- Experienced when an individual is left without anything to do
Wikipedia - Botanical garden -- garden where plants are grown for scientific study, conservation and public display
Wikipedia - Bottom crawler -- An underwater exploration and recovery vehicle that moves about on the bottom with wheels or tracks
Wikipedia - Bound on the Wheel -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - Bound state -- System where a particle is subject to a potential such that the particle has a tendency to remain localised in one or more regions of space
Wikipedia - Bowhead whale -- Species of mammal
Wikipedia - Bow wave -- The wave that forms at the bow of a ship when it moves through the water
Wikipedia - Box-bed -- Enclosed bed generally designed for sleeping in a sitting position, whereby it can be closed with doors or curtains
Wikipedia - Box office -- Place where tickets are sold to the public for admission to an event
Wikipedia - Boycotts of Japanese products -- movements when Chinese or Korean consumers have stopped buying from Japan
Wikipedia - BPM Everywhere
Wikipedia - Branislav Jakubec -- Slovak wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Breaking wheel -- Torture device used for capital punishment
Wikipedia - Breed show -- A competition where breeds are judged against a standard and each other
Wikipedia - Bremsstrahlung -- Electromagnetic radiation produced by the deceleration of a charged particle when deflected by another charged particle
Wikipedia - Brent Lakatos -- Canadian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Brent McMahon (wheelchair racer) -- Canadian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Brian Whelan
Wikipedia - Bridge to Everywhere -- American chamber music ensemble
Wikipedia - Bridge to Nowhere (film) -- 1986 film by Ian Mune
Wikipedia - Brighton Wheel -- Ferris wheel in Brighton, England
Wikipedia - Broken escalator phenomenon -- The sensation of losing balance or dizziness when stepping onto an escalator which is not working
Wikipedia - Brokered convention -- When a political party fails to choose a nominee
Wikipedia - Brokered programming -- Model where a show's producer pays a broadcaster for air time
Wikipedia - Brownian dynamics -- Ideal molecular motion where no average acceleration takes place
Wikipedia - Bruce McAninch -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Brunnian link -- Interlinked multi-loop construction where cutting one loop frees all the others
Wikipedia - Bruno Yizek -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - BTR-3 -- Eight-wheel drive armored personnel carrier
Wikipedia - Buckwheat Boyz -- American novelty group
Wikipedia - Buckwheat Donahue -- American storyteller
Wikipedia - Buckwheat -- Species of flowering plant in the family Polygonaceae
Wikipedia - Buckwheat Zydeco -- American accordionist
Wikipedia - Bulgur -- cereal food made from the groats of several different wheat species
Wikipedia - Bullring -- Arena where bullfighting is performed
Wikipedia - Burnout (vehicle) -- Practice of spinning wheels while keeping vehicle stationary
Wikipedia - Burrito -- Mexican dish consisting of a wheat flour tortilla wrapped to enclose the filling
Wikipedia - Bus station -- Structure, larger than a bus stop, where city or intercity buses stop to pick up and drop off passengers
Wikipedia - BX (sternwheeler) -- Boat owned by Barnard's Express
Wikipedia - Cabbeling -- When two separate water parcels mix to form a third which is denser and sinks below both constituentss
Wikipedia - Cabossed -- Heraldic term used where a beast's head is cleanly separated from the neck so that only the face shows
Wikipedia - Calcareous glade -- Calcareous glades occur where bedrock such as limestone occurs near or at the surface, and have very shallow and little soil development.
Wikipedia - Calceology -- Study of footwear, especially historical footwear whether as archaeology, shoe fashion history
Wikipedia - Callin' Me When I'm Lonely -- 2013 single by Sheryl Crow
Wikipedia - Call Me When You're Sober -- 2006 single by Evanescence
Wikipedia - Camel's nose -- Metaphor for a situation where the permitting of a small, seemingly innocuous act will open the door for larger, clearly undesirable actions
Wikipedia - Cam engine -- Reciprocating engine where the pistons drive a cam actuated shaft
Wikipedia - Camera dolly -- Wheeled cart or similar device used in filmmaking and television production
Wikipedia - Camera pedestal -- Three-wheeled unit upon which television cameras are mounted
Wikipedia - Camping (video games) -- Video gaming tactic where a player obtains an advantageous static strategic position
Wikipedia - Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? -- 2007 animated film by Joe Murray
Wikipedia - Camp Nowhere -- 1994 film directed by Jonathan Prince
Wikipedia - Camulodunum -- Roman castrum where Colchester, England now stands
Wikipedia - Capitonym -- Word that changes meaning when capitalized
Wikipedia - Car 54, Where Are You? (film) -- 1994 film by Bill Fishman
Wikipedia - Car 54, Where Are You? -- American television series 1961-63
Wikipedia - Cardinal mark -- Sea mark indicating where safe water is near to a hazard
Wikipedia - Caren Totzauer -- German wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Carl Irving Wheat -- American cartographer
Wikipedia - Carly Tait -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time -- 1997 edutainment point-and-click adventure video game, originally released as "Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego?"
Wikipedia - Carriage driving -- Form of competitive horse driving in harness with two or four wheeled carriages
Wikipedia - Cartas de Inglaterra -- a collection of journalism by the Portuguese writer Jose Maria de Eca de Queiros, written when he served as the Portuguese consul in Newcastle and Bristol in England
Wikipedia - Cartwheel Galaxy -- A lenticular galaxy and ring galaxy in the constellation Sculptor
Wikipedia - Cart -- Simple two wheeled vehicle for animal drawn transport
Wikipedia - Castelnuovo-de Franchis theorem -- When differentials on an algebraic surface represent as a pullback of an algebraic curve
Wikipedia - Caster angle -- Angular displacement of the steering axis from the vertical axis of a steered wheel in a car, motorcycle, bicycle or other vehicle, measured in the longitudinal direction / the angle between the pivot line and vertical
Wikipedia - Caster board -- Two-wheeled, human-powered land vehicle
Wikipedia - Catadioptric system -- Optical system where refraction and reflection are combined
Wikipedia - Catalan Countries -- Territories where Catalan is the native language
Wikipedia - Categorical variable -- Variable where there is no ordering among the values
Wikipedia - Category:Wheeling University alumni
Wikipedia - Catherine of Alexandria -- Egyptian missionary, saint depicted with a wheel
Wikipedia - Catherine wheel (firework) -- Type of firework
Wikipedia - Caudal luring -- Form of aggressive mimicry where the predator attracts prey using its tail
Wikipedia - Cavern diving -- Diving in the part of a cave where the exit is visible by natural light
Wikipedia - Celestial pole -- Two imaginary points in the sky where the Earth's axis of rotation, indefinitely extended, intersects the imaginary rotating sphere of stars called the celestial sphere
Wikipedia - Cell site -- Cellular telephone site where antennae and electronic communications equipment are placed - typically on a radio mast, tower, or other raised structure - to create a cell (or adjacent cells) in a cellular network
Wikipedia - Cenotaph -- "Empty tomb" or monument erected in honor of a person whose remains are elsewhere
Wikipedia - Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation -- An educational institution in Israel where Christians can study the Hebrew Bible and learn about the Hebraic roots of Christianity
Wikipedia - Center of mass -- Unique point where the weighted relative position of the distributed mass sums to zero
Wikipedia - Center of origin -- Geographical area where a group of organisms develop particular properties
Wikipedia - Centrifugal casting (silversmithing) -- A casting technique where a small mould is poured, then spun on the end of an arm
Wikipedia - Centroidal Voronoi tessellation -- Voronoi tessellation where the generating point of each Voronoi cell is also its centroid
Wikipedia - CEOxNJPW: When Worlds Collide -- 2018 New Japan Pro-Wrestling event
Wikipedia - Cephalotes wheeleri -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Cesare Cassani -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Cha Jae-goan -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Cha Jin-ho -- South Korean wheelchair male curler
Wikipedia - Chamaenerion angustifolium -- species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Chamaenerion fleischeri -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Chamaenerion latifolium -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Chamaenerion -- Genus of flowering plants in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Chapati -- Unleavened wheat flatbread most frequently eaten in South Asia, and East Africa
Wikipedia - Charge d'affaires -- Head of diplomatic mission when no higher official exists
Wikipedia - Chariot burial -- Tombs where deceased are buried with their chariot
Wikipedia - Charles M. Wheatley
Wikipedia - Charles Wheatstone -- British scientist and inventor
Wikipedia - Charles Wheeler Denison -- American cleric, author and newspaper editor
Wikipedia - Charles Wheeler (journalist) -- British journalist and broadcaster
Wikipedia - Charles Wheeler (painter) -- Australian painter
Wikipedia - Charles Wheeler (politician) -- American politician in Missouri
Wikipedia - Chatham Wheels -- Ice hockey team
Wikipedia - Check sheet -- A form (document) used to collect data in real time at the location where the data is generated
Wikipedia - Cheerios effect -- Phenomenon that occurs when floating objects that do not normally float attract one another
Wikipedia - Chen Jianxin -- Chinese wheelchair curler and Paralympic gold medalist
Wikipedia - Chen prime -- Prime number p where p+2 is prime or semiprime
Wikipedia - Cheri Blauwet -- American physician and wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Cheryl Wheeler-Dixon -- American stunt woman
Wikipedia - Cheryl Wheeler -- American folk singer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Cheung-Marks theorem -- Specifies when restoration of a signal by the sampling theorem can become ill-posed
Wikipedia - Chibi (slang) -- Japanese style of caricature where characters are drawn in exaggerated way
Wikipedia - Chile Triple Junction -- The place where the South American, Nazca and Antarctic tectonic plates meet
Wikipedia - Chile: When Will It End? -- 1986 film
Wikipedia - Cho Se-whee -- South Korean model
Wikipedia - Chowla-Mordell theorem -- When a Gauss sum is the square root of a prime number, multiplied by a root of unity
Wikipedia - Cho Yae-lee -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Cho Yang-hyun -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Chris Sobkowicz -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Christiane Putzich -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Christmas cracker -- Table decorations that make a snapping sound when pulled
Wikipedia - Chu Ju's House -- Book by Gloria Whelan
Wikipedia - CHWI-DT -- CTV 2 station in Wheatley/Windsor, Ontario
Wikipedia - Ciara Whelan -- Irish television presenter
Wikipedia - Circaea alpina -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Circaea canadensis -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Circaea lutetiana -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Circular reference -- A series of references where the last object references the first
Wikipedia - Circular reporting -- A problem where a source gets info from somewhere, that then uses that source as a reference
Wikipedia - Circular search -- A search pattern where the diver swims at a series of distances around a fixed reference point
Wikipedia - Circumstellar habitable zone -- Zone around a star where surface liquid water may exist on a planet
Wikipedia - Claes Hultling -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Clarkia unguiculata -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Clarkia -- Genus of flowering plants in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Clark Shiels -- Welsh wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Class A (classification) -- Paralympic wheelchair fencing classification
Wikipedia - Claudia Huttenmoser -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Claudia Tosse -- Swiss wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Clayton Gerein -- Canadian wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Clickwheel
Wikipedia - Cliffed coast -- A form of coast where the action of marine waves has formed steep cliffs that may or may not be precipitous
Wikipedia - Closed city -- Settlement where specific authorization is required to visit
Wikipedia - Coast -- Area where land meets the sea or ocean
Wikipedia - Coconut shy -- Funfair game where the player dislodges coconuts with balls
Wikipedia - Codeanywhere
Wikipedia - Code review -- Activity where one or more people check a program's code
Wikipedia - Cold seep -- Ocean floor area where hydrogen sulfide, methane and other hydrocarbon-rich fluid seepage occurs
Wikipedia - Colin Cowherd -- American sports media personality
Wikipedia - Collinda Joseph -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Colocation centre -- Data center where servers from multiple customers are located
Wikipedia - Colonial Assam -- Period when Assam was under British rule
Wikipedia - Color wheel -- Illustrative organization of color hues
Wikipedia - Colour fastness -- Property of colored materials such as textiles to resist fading and running when exposed to various agencies such as washing, rubbing, daylight, etc.
Wikipedia - Come and Find Me -- 2016 film by Zack Whedon
Wikipedia - Comic book letter column -- Column in a periodical where people get their letter answered
Wikipedia - Commercial diving school -- Place where commercial diving skills are trained and assessed
Wikipedia - Communal reinforcement -- Social phenomenon where a meme is repeatedly asserted in a community, regardless of whether it is sufficiently supported by evidence
Wikipedia - Competition (biology) -- Interaction where the fitness of one organism is lowered by the presence of another organism
Wikipedia - Competition -- When multiple parties strive for a goal which cannot be shared
Wikipedia - Competitive dance -- activity where dancing is judged
Wikipedia - Complete bipartite graph -- Bipartite graph where every vertex of the first set is connected to every vertex of the second set
Wikipedia - Computer screen film -- Film subgenre where the action takes place entirely on a screen of a computer or a smartphone
Wikipedia - Computer-supported collaborative learning -- Pedagogical approach wherein learning takes place via social interaction using a computer or through the Internet
Wikipedia - Concentration of media ownership -- A process whereby progressively fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media
Wikipedia - Concentric crater fill -- A landform where the floor of a crater is mostly covered by parallel ridges
Wikipedia - Conchoidal fracture -- Way that brittle materials break or fracture when they do not follow any natural planes of separation
Wikipedia - Confined waters (navigation) -- Area of the sea where the width of the safely navigable waterway is small relative to the ability of a vessel to maneuver
Wikipedia - Congaline -- Village on the Caribbean island of Barbados where the annual Congaline Carnival is held
Wikipedia - Conquest of California -- Early military operation of the Mexican-American War where the United States was able to occupy and eventually annex Alta California
Wikipedia - Conspiracy: How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From -- 1997 book by Daniel Pipes.
Wikipedia - Contact lithography -- Lithography technique where a photomask comes into direct contact with a photoresist-coated substrate
Wikipedia - Controllable slope soaring -- type of slope soaring where a slope is made to follow a walkalong glider
Wikipedia - Control room -- Room where a large or physically dispersed facility or service can be monitored and controlled
Wikipedia - Convulsion -- Medical condition where body muscles contract and relax rapidly and repeatedly
Wikipedia - Cooke and Wheatstone telegraph -- Early electrical telegraph system dating from the 1830s
Wikipedia - Co-operation (evolution) -- Evolutionary process where groups of organisms work or act together for common or mutual benefits
Wikipedia - Coronation of the British monarch -- Ceremony where the monarch of the United Kingdom is formally invested with regalia and crowned
Wikipedia - Corporate spin-off -- Action where a company splits off part as a separate entity
Wikipedia - Correspondence theory of truth -- Theory that the truth of a statement is determined only by how it relates to the world and whether it accurately describes that world
Wikipedia - Corybantic Games -- Ballet by Christopher Wheeldon
Wikipedia - Counterintelligence state -- Form of government where state security services permeate society
Wikipedia - Counterurbanization -- Process whereby people move from urban areas to rural areas
Wikipedia - Country of origin -- Country of manufacture, production, or growth where an article or product comes from
Wikipedia - Covalent superconductor -- Superconducting materials where the atoms are linked by covalent bonds
Wikipedia - Cover letter -- Letter of introduction sent with a resume when applying for a job
Wikipedia - Craft production -- Factory where products are hand-made
Wikipedia - Crash (computing) -- When a computer program stops functioning properly and self-terminates
Wikipedia - Crew rest compartment -- The area of an airplane where workers can rest in private
Wikipedia - Crime scene getaway -- Act of fleeing the location where one has broken the law
Wikipedia - Critical mass (sociodynamics) -- A sufficient participation, in number of persons (or adopters of an innovation in a social system), that triggs a new behaviour; or where the rate of adoption becomes self-sustaining and creates further growth.
Wikipedia - Critical mass (software engineering) -- Software engineering term; stage in the life cycle when the source code grows too complicated to effectively manage without a complete rewrite
Wikipedia - Critical point (thermodynamics) -- Temperature and pressure point where phase boundaries disappear
Wikipedia - Crowds Running for Shelter When the Air-raid Alarm Sounded -- Black and white photograph
Wikipedia - Crowned republic -- Informal term for where a monarch's role is seen as almost entirely ceremonial
Wikipedia - Crux cordis -- Area on the lower back side of the heart where the coronary sulcus and the posterior interventricular sulcus meet
Wikipedia - Cryopreservation -- Process where biological matter is preserved by cooling to very low temperatures
Wikipedia - Cryosphere -- Those portions of Earth's surface where water is in solid form
Wikipedia - CTAN -- Place where TeX related material and software can be found for download
Wikipedia - Culture shock -- Experience one may have when moving to a cultural environment which is different from one's own
Wikipedia - Curb -- Edge where a sidewalk meets a road
Wikipedia - Currency detector -- Device that determines whether notes or coins are genuine or counterfeit
Wikipedia - Curricle -- Light two-wheeled chaise or "chariot" with a single axle, usually drawn by a pair of horses
Wikipedia - Curse of expertise -- Psychological concept where the intervention of experts may be counterproductive to acquiring new skills
Wikipedia - Cyphomyrmex wheeleri -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Cyr wheel
Wikipedia - Da'at -- The location where all ten sefirot in the Tree of Life are united as one
Wikipedia - Dagen H -- Day in Sweden when the change from left-hand traffic to right-hand traffic occurred
Wikipedia - Dallara F2 2018 -- Open-wheel racing car
Wikipedia - Dana Wheeler-Nicholson -- American actress
Wikipedia - Danell Libby -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Danger on Wheels -- 1940 American film noir sport film
Wikipedia - Daniel Meyer (curler) -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Daria Shchukina -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Dark chess -- Incomplete information chess variant where player can only see their own pieces and the squares they can legally move to.
Wikipedia - Darkwind: War on Wheels -- 2007 video game
Wikipedia - Darryl Neighbour -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Darwin Rise -- A broad triangular region in the north central Pacific Ocean where there is a concentration of atolls
Wikipedia - Dave Quarrie -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - David Holding -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - David H. Wheeler
Wikipedia - David John Wheeler
Wikipedia - David Melrose -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - David Palmer (curler) -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - David "Buck" Wheat -- American musician
Wikipedia - David Weir (athlete) -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - David Wheatley (director)
Wikipedia - David Wheeler (British computer scientist)
Wikipedia - David Wheeler (computer scientist) -- British computer scientist
Wikipedia - David Whelan (golfer) -- English golfer and instructor
Wikipedia - Daydream -- Stream of consciousness that detaches from current external tasks when attention drifts to a more personal and internal direction
Wikipedia - Dead man's hand -- Poker hand said to have been held by Wild Bill Hickok when he was murdered
Wikipedia - Dead water -- Nautical term for a phenomenon which can occur when a layer of fresh or brackish water rests on top of denser salt water, without the two layers mixing
Wikipedia - Deadweight loss -- A cost to society created by market inefficiency, which occurs when supply and demand are out of equilibrium.
Wikipedia - Debian Wheezy
Wikipedia - Decimal Day -- 15 February 1971, when the UK and Ireland adopted decimal currency
Wikipedia - Decompression diving -- Diving where the diver incurs a decompression obligation
Wikipedia - Decoration Day (Appalachia and Liberia) -- A living tradition of group ancestor veneration observances focused on the maintenance and decoration of cemeteries and grave markers in Appalachia, Liberia, and other areas where Appalachian people migrated
Wikipedia - Default mode network -- Large-scale brain network active when not focusing on an external task
Wikipedia - Defeasible estate -- Estate created when land is transferred conditionally
Wikipedia - DeForest Wheeler Trimingham -- Bermudian sailor
Wikipedia - Delamination (geology) -- Process occurring when lower continental crust and mantle lithosphere break away from the upper continental crust
Wikipedia - Deltoid tuberosity -- Bony projection on the humerus where the deltoid muscle inserts
Wikipedia - Demai (tractate) -- Tractate of the Talmud regarding agricultural produce about which there is a doubt whether it has been properly tithed
Wikipedia - Demand response -- Techniques used to prevent power networks from being overwhelmed
Wikipedia - Deniable encryption -- Encryption techniques where an adversary cannot prove that the plaintext data exists
Wikipedia - Denise Smith -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Denis Lemeunier -- French wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Dennis Thiessen -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Dennis Wheatley
Wikipedia - Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park -- Amusement park in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia - Densely defined operator -- Function that is defined almost everywhere (mathematics)
Wikipedia - Depraved-heart murder -- Killing where the circumstances demonstrate a "depraved indifference" to human life
Wikipedia - Desem -- A sourdough starter made from whole wheat flour, spelt flour or other flours
Wikipedia - Desert -- Area of land where little precipitation occurs
Wikipedia - Destroyers-for-bases deal -- A 1940 agreement whereby the US supplied the UK with 50 destroyers in exchange for basing rights in Newfoundland and the Caribbean.
Wikipedia - Detention (imprisonment) -- Process whereby a state or private citizen lawfully holds a person, removing their freedom
Wikipedia - Devil with a Blue Dress On -- 1966 single by Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels
Wikipedia - Diablo 630 -- Daisy wheel printer
Wikipedia - Diane Roy -- Canadian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Dihydrogen monoxide parody -- Parody where water is presented by an uncommon name
Wikipedia - Diode matrix -- 2-D grid of wires where data is represented by the presence or absence of diodes at nodes
Wikipedia - Diplomatic recognition -- Unilateral political act whereby a state acknowledges an act or status of another state or government
Wikipedia - Direct Action Everywhere
Wikipedia - Disappearance of Etan Patz -- An American boy who was six years old on May 25, 1979, when he disappeared
Wikipedia - Disaster tourism -- Visiting location where environmental disaster happened
Wikipedia - Discovery Train -- Former Canadian museum on wheels
Wikipedia - Disorderly house -- Establishment where persons congregate to the probable disturbance of the public peace or other commission of crime
Wikipedia - Dispatches from Elsewhere -- American television series
Wikipedia - Displacement (fluid) -- The fluid displaced when an object is immersed in it
Wikipedia - Display size -- Physical size of the area where pictures and videos are displayed
Wikipedia - Dissent Channel -- Official platform open to U.S. diplomats where they can criticize government policy
Wikipedia - Divine command theory -- Theory which proposes that an action's status as morally good is equivalent to whether it is commanded by God
Wikipedia - Diving destination -- Places where recreational divers go on vacation
Wikipedia - Divisibility rule -- Shorthand way of determining whether a given number is divisible by a fixed divisor
Wikipedia - Division by zero -- The result yielded by a real number when divided by zero
Wikipedia - Division of the Mongol Empire -- From 1259 when Mongke Khan died, to 1294
Wikipedia - Divisions of the world in Islam -- Terms denoting regions where Islamic law prevails or denoting non-Islamic lands
Wikipedia - Donald and the Wheel -- 1961 Donald Duck cartoon
Wikipedia - Donald J. Wheeler
Wikipedia - Don Bell (curler) -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Doppler on Wheels -- Fleet of X-band radar trucks maintained by the Center for Severe Weather Research (CSWR)
Wikipedia - Dora V. Wheelock -- American temperance activist, writer
Wikipedia - Dorian Gray syndrome -- Psychological syndrome where men resist aging to an unusual degree
Wikipedia - Dorymyrmex wheeleri -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Double negative -- Grammatical construction occurring when two forms of negation are used in the same sentence
Wikipedia - Douglas H. Wheelock -- American engineer and astronaut.
Wikipedia - Doug Sewall -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Down Terrace -- 2009 film by Ben Wheatley
Wikipedia - Down the Road Wherever Tour -- 2019 concert tour by Mark Knopfler
Wikipedia - Do you know where your children are? -- American television public service announcement and catchphrase
Wikipedia - Drafting (aerodynamics) -- A technique where two moving objects are caused to align in a close group reducing the overall drag
Wikipedia - Draft:Nowhere (novel) -- Young adult Brandon Sanderson novel
Wikipedia - Draft:Underwhere -- Swedish hard rock/heavy metal band
Wikipedia - Draft:Where is Nogizaka? -- Japanese variety show
Wikipedia - Draft:Where This Service Will... -- British radio series
Wikipedia - Drainage basin -- Area of land where precipitation collects and drains off into a common outlet
Wikipedia - Dreadnaught wheel -- Wheel with articulated rails attached
Wikipedia - Drift diving -- Scuba diving where the diver is intentionally transported by the water flow
Wikipedia - Drivetrain -- Group of components that deliver power to the driving wheels
Wikipedia - Dry thunderstorm -- Thunderstorm where little to no precipitation reaches the ground
Wikipedia - Dublin Wheelers -- Bicycle racing and touring club in Dublin, Ireland
Wikipedia - Dude, Where's My Car? -- 2000 film by Danny Leiner
Wikipedia - Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd -- 2003 American comedy film directed by Troy Miller
Wikipedia - DuM-EM-!an PitoM-EM-^Hak -- Slovak wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Dump months -- Times of year when all movies released are of lower quality and/or limited appeal
Wikipedia - Duplex mismatch -- When Ethernet devices are connected but using different duplex modes
Wikipedia - Duty of care -- legal obligation to provide a standard of reasonable care when performing an activity that could foreseeably harm others
Wikipedia - Dynamic apnea -- Freediving disciplines where the breath-hold diver swims horizontally under water with or without fins
Wikipedia - Earle Wheeler -- US Army general
Wikipedia - Earth Overshoot Day -- Calculated calendar date when humanity's yearly consumption exceeds Earth's replenishment
Wikipedia - Earth's magnetic field -- Magnetic field that extends from the EarthM-bM-^@M-^Ys inner core to where it meets the solar wind
Wikipedia - Easter Everywhere -- 1967 album by the 13th Floor Elevators
Wikipedia - East Pakistan Provincial Assembly -- Bengali legislature when a province of Pakistan as East Bengal (1947-1955) and as East Pakistan (1955-1971)
Wikipedia - Easy Wheels -- 1989 film
Wikipedia - EC50 -- The concentration of a compound where 50% of its maximal effect is observed.
Wikipedia - Eclipse -- Astronomical event where one body is hidden by another
Wikipedia - Ecological collapse -- A situation where an ecosystem suffers a drastic, possibly permanent, reduction in carrying capacity for all organisms
Wikipedia - Eddy (fluid dynamics) -- The swirling of a fluid and the reverse current created when the fluid is in a turbulent flow regime
Wikipedia - Edith Wolf -- Swiss wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Edward John Wherry III -- American immunologist
Wikipedia - Edward Lawrence Wheelwright
Wikipedia - Edward Wheeler Scripture
Wikipedia - Edward Whelan (American lawyer) -- American blogger and activist
Wikipedia - Edwin B. Wheeler -- U.S. Marine Corps Major General
Wikipedia - Edwin Wheeler -- 19th-century American lawyer, politician and judge
Wikipedia - Egg roll -- Dish; fried wheat flour skin wrapped around a filling
Wikipedia - Egidio Marchese -- Italian wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Einstein ring -- Feature seen when light is gravitationally lensed by an object
Wikipedia - Ekman layer -- The layer in a fluid where there is a force balance between pressure gradient force, Coriolis force and turbulent drag
Wikipedia - Elaine Lister -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Elasticity (physics) -- Physical property when materials or objects return to original shape after deformation
Wikipedia - Eleazar Wheelock
Wikipedia - Electrical equipment in hazardous areas -- Electrical equipment in places where fire or explosion hazards may exist
Wikipedia - Electrical impedance -- The opposition of a circuit to a current when a voltage is applied
Wikipedia - Electrolarynx -- |A handheld medical device which allows those who have lost their larynx to produce clearer, more audible speech, by producing tones when pressed against the neck
Wikipedia - Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus -- Species of herpesvirus, which can cause a highly fatal hemorrhagic disease when transmitted to young Asian elephants
Wikipedia - Eliza Ault-Connell -- Australian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Ella Wheeler Wilcox -- American author and poet
Wikipedia - Ellenroad Mill -- Cotton mill in Newhey, Milnrow, Rochdale, England
Wikipedia - Ellen Wheeler -- American actress, director and producer
Wikipedia - Elsewhen -- SF novella by R. A. Heinlein about time travel and parallel universes; first published as "Elsewhere" in Sept. 1941 in Astounding Science Fiction under the pseudonym Caleb Saunders
Wikipedia - Elsewhere (2001 film) -- 2001 film by Nikolaus Geyrhalter
Wikipedia - Elsie Whetnall
Wikipedia - Email address -- Identifier of the destination where email messages are delivered
Wikipedia - Emanuele Spelorzi -- Italian wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Emergence -- Phenomenon in complex systems where interactions produce effects not directly predictable from the subsystems
Wikipedia - Emily Wheelock Reed -- American librarian and civil rights activist
Wikipedia - Emma Rochelle Wheeler -- African American physician
Wikipedia - Emmer -- Type of wheat
Wikipedia - Empire of Nicaea -- Successor State of the Byzantine Empire when the crusaders conquered Constantinople at Fourth Crusade of 1204.
Wikipedia - Endorheic lake -- Depression within an endorheic basin where water collects with no visible outlet
Wikipedia - End-to-end encryption -- Encryption model where only the sender and recipient can read the ciphertext
Wikipedia - English-speaking world -- Countries and regions where English is an everyday language
Wikipedia - Envy-free matching -- Matching where no person wants to switch their thing with someone else's
Wikipedia - Epilobium alsinifolium -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium anagallidifolium -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium brachycarpum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium brunnescens -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium canum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium ciliatum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium clavatum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium cleistogamum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium densiflorum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium foliosum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium glaberrimum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium halleanum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium hirtigerum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium howellii -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium lactiflorum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium lanceolatum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium leptophyllum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium minutum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium montanum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium nevadense -- species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium nivium -- species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium obcordatum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium oreganum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium oregonense -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium pallidum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium parviflorum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium pedunculare -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium pygmaeum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium rigidum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium septentrionale -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium siskiyouense -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium tetragonum -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium torreyi -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Epilobium -- genus of flowering plants in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - E.P.Onymous -- album by Bellowhead
Wikipedia - Eppleton Hall (1914) -- paddlewheel tugboat built in 1914
Wikipedia - Equaliser (mathematics) -- Set of arguments where two or more functions have the same value
Wikipedia - Equal temperament -- The musical tuning system where the ratio between successive notes is constant
Wikipedia - Equinox -- semi-annual astronomical event where the Sun is directly above the Earth's equator
Wikipedia - Eridanos (geology) -- A river that flowed where the Baltic Sea is now
Wikipedia - Ernst van Dyk -- South African wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Erosion -- Processes which remove soil and rock from one place on the Earth's crust, then transport it to another location where it is deposited
Wikipedia - Erwin Lauper -- Swiss wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Esplanade -- Long, open, level area where people may walk
Wikipedia - Esther Wheelwright
Wikipedia - Estimated time of arrival -- The time when a means of transportation is expected to arrive at a certain place
Wikipedia - Etchplain -- A plain where the bedrock has been subject to considerable subsurface weathering
Wikipedia - Ethel Rolt Wheeler
Wikipedia - Ethnic nationalism -- Form of nationalism wherein the "nation" is defined in terms of ethnicity
Wikipedia - Eucharidium -- Genus of flowering plants in the willowherb and evening primrose family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Eugenia Wheeler Goff -- American historian and author, 1844-1922
Wikipedia - Euxinia -- Condition when water is both anoxic and sulfidic
Wikipedia - Evelyn Evans -- Founded libraries in Ghana and elsewhere
Wikipedia - Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (song) -- Neil Young song
Wikipedia - Everyone Everywhere -- Rock band from Philadelphia, U.S.
Wikipedia - Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac song) -- 1987 single by Fleetwood Mac
Wikipedia - Everywhere (video game) -- Upcoming open world videogame
Wikipedia - Evolutionary Principle -- A largely psychological doctrine that when a species is removed from the habitat in which it evolved, it will develop maladaptive behavior
Wikipedia - Ewan Park -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Ewoks: The Battle for Endor -- 1985 TV movie directed by Ken Wheat
Wikipedia - Excess-3 -- Variation to BCD-code where three (11) is added to a binary representation
Wikipedia - Exclusive or -- True when either but not both inputs are true
Wikipedia - Exhibition game -- Sporting event wherein the result has no external impact
Wikipedia - Exhumed river channel -- A ridge of sandstone that remains when the softer flood plain mudstone is eroded away
Wikipedia - Exmatriculation -- The removal of a student's name when they leave a university
Wikipedia - Exogamy -- Social arrangement where marriage is allowed only outside a social group
Wikipedia - Exotropia -- Visual disorder where eyes work independently
Wikipedia - Explanatory gap -- Difficulty that physicalist theories have in explaining how physical properties give rise to the way things feel when they are experienced
Wikipedia - Exploding head syndrome -- Syndrome where people perceive loud imagined noises when falling asleep or waking up
Wikipedia - Exposed riverine sediments -- Sediments deposited by streams exposed when water level falls
Wikipedia - Fabio Tripodi -- Italian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Fabius function -- Nowhere analytic, infinitely differentiable function
Wikipedia - Face (mining) -- Mining term for the surface where the mining work is advancing
Wikipedia - Factitious disorder -- Disease of mental health where symptoms are deliberately produced, feigned or exaggerated
Wikipedia - Fail-Safe (novel) -- Novel by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler
Wikipedia - Fallacy of the single cause -- Assumption of a single cause where multiple factors may be necessary
Wikipedia - False accusation of rape -- Reporting of a rape where no rape has occurred
Wikipedia - Faltings' product theorem -- On when a subvariety of a product of projective spaces is a product of varieties
Wikipedia - Family planning -- Planning of when to have children, and the use of birth control and other techniques to implement such plans
Wikipedia - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film) -- 2016 film by David Yates
Wikipedia - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them -- 2001 book by J. K. Rowling about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe
Wikipedia - Farina (food) -- form of milled wheat
Wikipedia - Farro -- Food made from the grains of certain wheat species
Wikipedia - Fault scarp -- A small step or offset on the ground surface where one side of a fault has moved vertically with respect to the other
Wikipedia - Feather pecking -- When one bird repeatedly pecks at the feathers of another
Wikipedia - Federica Trota -- Italian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Felix Wagner -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Fender (vehicle) -- Part of an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle body that frames a wheel well
Wikipedia - Ferrari 408 4RM -- Mid-engine, four-wheel drive prototype car developed by Ferrari
Wikipedia - Ferris wheel -- Amusement ride
Wikipedia - Feuerbach point -- Point where the incircle and nine-point circle of a triangle are tangent
Wikipedia - Fiacre (carriage) -- Horse-drawn four-wheeled carriage
Wikipedia - Fifth-wheel coupling -- Link between a semi-trailer and the towing truck
Wikipedia - Filter bubble -- Mind state when a website algorithm guesses what information a user would like to see
Wikipedia - Finger pillory -- Restraint device where the fingers are held in a wooden block
Wikipedia - Finitely generated abelian group -- A commutative group where every element is the sum of elements from one finite subset
Wikipedia - Firefly (franchise) -- Space western media franchise by Joss Whedon
Wikipedia - Firewall (physics) -- Hypothetical phenomenon where an observer falling into a black hole encounters high-energy quanta at the event horizon
Wikipedia - Firewheel Town Center -- Shopping center in Garland, Texas
Wikipedia - First-countable space -- A topological space where each point has a countable neighbourhood basis
Wikipedia - First date -- Initial meeting between two individuals, whether or not previously acquainted, where an effort is made to ask, plan, and organize some sort of social activity.
Wikipedia - First impression (psychology) -- event when a person first encounters another person and forms a mental image of that person
Wikipedia - Fisher House Foundation -- Network of comfort homes where military and veteransM-bM-^@M-^Y families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment
Wikipedia - Fist -- Hand wherein all fingers are folded into palms firmly
Wikipedia - Flat coast -- Shoreline where the land descends gradually into the sea
Wikipedia - Flex Wheeler -- American bodybuilder
Wikipedia - Flight Into Nowhere -- 1938 film directed by Lewis D. Collins
Wikipedia - Flocking (behavior) -- Swarming behaviour of birds when flying or foraging
Wikipedia - Floruit -- Certified period of time when a person, school or movement was active; not always indicative of entire active period
Wikipedia - Flow battery -- A type of electrochemical cell where chemical energy is provided by two chemical components dissolved in liquids
Wikipedia - Flow-mediated dilation -- Dilation of an artery when blood flow increases in that artery
Wikipedia - Fluoroscopy -- Production of an image when X-rays strike a fluorescent screen
Wikipedia - Flywheel energy storage
Wikipedia - Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel -- Comedy radio show (1932-1933)
Wikipedia - Flywheel -- | Mechanical device for storing rotational energy
Wikipedia - Folding propeller -- Propeller with blades that fold open when rotating
Wikipedia - Food security in the Central Valley, California -- Widespread issue where most of the nation's agriculture is produced
Wikipedia - For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf -- Theatre piece
Wikipedia - Ford (crossing) -- Shallow place with good footing where a river or stream may be crossed by wading
Wikipedia - Forest Preserve (New York) -- Areas of New York state where state-owned lands mostly remain "forever wild"
Wikipedia - Form 4473 -- Form filled out when purchasing a firearm in the U.S.
Wikipedia - Formula 4 -- Open-wheel racing car category intended for junior drivers
Wikipedia - Formula racing -- Auto racing on circuits using open wheel cars built to specified formula
Wikipedia - Forrest Wheeler -- American film and television actor
Wikipedia - Fort Henry (West Virginia) -- Military base in Wheeling, West Virginia, USA
Wikipedia - Foundling wheel
Wikipedia - Four Corners -- Only region in the United States where four states share a boundary point
Wikipedia - Francis Wheatley (painter) -- 18th-century English painter
Wikipedia - Francis Wheatley (VC) -- Recipient of the Victoria Cross
Wikipedia - Francis Wheeler Loomis
Wikipedia - Frank Duffy (curler) -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Frank W. Wheeler -- American politician and shipbuilder
Wikipedia - Franz-Keldysh effect -- Change in optical absorption by a semiconductor when an electric field is applied
Wikipedia - Franz Nietlispach -- Swiss wheelchair athlete and politician
Wikipedia - Frederick Wherry -- American sociologist
Wikipedia - Frederic M. Wheelock -- American Latin professor
Wikipedia - Free economic zone -- Area of a country where companies are very lightly taxed
Wikipedia - Freekeh -- Cereal food made from green durum wheat
Wikipedia - Free particle -- Particle that, in some sense, is not bound by an external force, or equivalently not in a region where its potential energy varies
Wikipedia - Free range -- Method of farming where animals can roam freely outdoors
Wikipedia - Free Wheeling -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - Friday prayer -- replacement prayer for Dhuhr on Fridays when performed in a mosque in congregation
Wikipedia - From Despair to Where -- Song by Manic Street Preachers
Wikipedia - From Nowhere to the North Pole -- 1875 book by Tom Hood
Wikipedia - From Out of Nowhere (song) -- 1989 single by Faith No More
Wikipedia - Futures exchange -- Central financial exchange where people can trade standardized futures contracts
Wikipedia - Futures wheel -- Method for graphical visualisation of direct and indirect future consequences of a particular change or development
Wikipedia - Gabriele Dallapiccola -- Italian wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Galapagos Triple Junction -- Place where the boundaries of the Cocos Plate, the Nazca Plate, and the Pacific Plate meet
Wikipedia - Gallstone -- Disease where stones form in the gallbladder
Wikipedia - Galvanic corrosion -- Electrochemical process in which one metal corrodes preferentially when it is in electrical contact with another
Wikipedia - Garden of Ridvan, Baghdad -- Garden in Baghdad, where BahaM-JM-
Wikipedia - Garrick Dowhen -- American actor and screenwriter
Wikipedia - Garry Robson -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Gary Cormack -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Gary Logan -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Gary Wheaton -- Member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
Wikipedia - Gas blending for scuba diving -- Mixing and filling cylinders with breathing gases for use when scuba diving
Wikipedia - Gas mantle -- Device for generating bright light when heated by a flame
Wikipedia - Gaussian process -- Statistical model where every point in a continuous input space is associated with a normally distributed random variable
Wikipedia - Gayophytum -- Genus of flowering plants in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Gaze-contingency paradigm -- Techniques for changing computer screen display depending on where the viewer is looking
Wikipedia - Gazelle (sidewheeler 1854) -- American ship
Wikipedia - Geas -- An idiosyncratic taboo, whether of obligation or prohibition, similar to being under a vow
Wikipedia - General Tire AnywhereIsPossible 200 -- ARCA Menards Series race
Wikipedia - Generic programming -- Way of designing and writing programs where algorithms are written in terms of parametric types enabling easy reuse
Wikipedia - Gentrification in the United States -- A process where a poor urban area is altered by wealthier people displacing existing residents
Wikipedia - Geoffrey Wheatcroft
Wikipedia - Geographical pole -- Points on a rotating astronomical body where the axis of rotation intersects the surface
Wikipedia - GeoOrbital -- Electric wheel system
Wikipedia - George C. Wheeler
Wikipedia - George H. W. Bush vomiting incident -- When US President vomited into Japanese Prime Minister's lap
Wikipedia - George Shaw Wheeler -- American economist, advisor to Franklin Roosevelt & defector
Wikipedia - George Wheatcroft (chess player) -- English chess player
Wikipedia - George Wheeler (gymnast) -- American gymnast
Wikipedia - George Whelan (sport shooter) -- South African sports shooter
Wikipedia - George Whetstone -- 16th-century English playwright and writer
Wikipedia - George Windram -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Georgina Wheatcroft -- Canadian curler
Wikipedia - Gerry Austgarden -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Gerry O'Rourke -- Irish wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Giovanni Enrico -- Chilean four-wheeler motorcycle rider
Wikipedia - Girl From Nowhere -- 2018 Thai-language television series
Wikipedia - Give-away shop -- Stores where all goods are free
Wikipedia - Glacial lake outburst flood -- A type of outburst flood that occurs when the dam containing a glacial lake fails
Wikipedia - Gladue report -- Type of pre-sentencing and bail hearing report that a Canadian court can request when considering sentencing an offender of Aboriginal background
Wikipedia - Glass casting -- Process in which glass objects are cast by directing molten glass into a mould where it solidifies
Wikipedia - Glenn Ikonen -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Global developmental delay -- Umbrella term used when children are significantly delayed in their cognitive and physical development
Wikipedia - Go back to where you came from -- Racial insult
Wikipedia - God > Golem, Inc.: A Comment on Certain Points Where Cybernetics Impinges on Religion
Wikipedia - God Knows Where I Am -- 2016 film by Todd and Jedd Wider
Wikipedia - Going Nowhere -- 1993 single by Gabrielle
Wikipedia - Go-kart -- Small four-wheeled vehicle
Wikipedia - Golden age of American animation -- Period of U.S. animation where theatrical sound cartoons were common and popular
Wikipedia - Golden calf -- idol (a cult image) made by the Israelites when Moses went up to Mount Sina
Wikipedia - Gold Is Where You Find It -- 1938 film
Wikipedia - Gold standard -- Monetary system where the standard economic unit of account is based on a fixed quantity of gold
Wikipedia - Goodhart's law -- "When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure."
Wikipedia - Google MillWheel
Wikipedia - Gordon Perry (wheelchair athlete) -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Governance -- All of the processes of governing, whether undertaken by a govnt, market or network, whether over a family, tribe, formal or informal organization or territory and whether through the laws, norms, power or language of an organized society
Wikipedia - Governess cart -- Small two-wheeled horse-drawn cart
Wikipedia - Government trifecta -- Where a political party controls a bicameral legislature and the executive in a system that uses separation of powers
Wikipedia - Gowher Rizvi -- Bangladeshi historian, scholar, and academic
Wikipedia - Graeme Wheeler -- New Zealand public servant
Wikipedia - Grammaticality -- Judgement on the well-formedness of a linguistic utterance, based on whether the sentence is produced and interpreted in accordance with the rules and constraints of the relevant grammar
Wikipedia - Grande Roue de Marseille -- Ferris wheel in Marseille
Wikipedia - Grande roue de Montreal -- Ferris wheel in Montreal
Wikipedia - Graupel -- Precipitation that forms when supercooled droplets of water freeze on a falling snowflake
Wikipedia - Graveyard orbit -- Supersynchronous orbit where spacecraft are intentionally placed at the end of their operational life
Wikipedia - Gravitational singularity -- Location in spacetime where the mass and gravitational field of a celestial body is predicted to become infinite
Wikipedia - Gravitation (book) -- Textbook by Misner, Thorne, and Wheeler
Wikipedia - Gravity wave -- Wave in or at the interface between fluids where gravity is the main equilibrium force
Wikipedia - Grayscale -- Image where each pixel's intensity is shown only achromatic values of black, gray, and white
Wikipedia - Great Rationality Debate -- The question of whether humans are rational or not
Wikipedia - Greek language question -- 19th and 20th century dispute in Greece about whether the popular language (Demotic) or a cultivated imitation of Ancient Greek (Katharevousa) should be official; settled in favour of the former
Wikipedia - Greenway (landscape) -- Long piece of land, where vegetation and slow travel are encouraged
Wikipedia - Green Wheat Field with Cypress -- Painting by Vincent van Gogh
Wikipedia - Green Wheels -- album by Merzbow
Wikipedia - Greenwheel -- American alternative rock band
Wikipedia - Greg Crump -- Australian wheelchair tennis coach
Wikipedia - Gregor Ewan -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Gregory Wheeler
Wikipedia - Ground effect (aerodynamics) -- Increased aircraft lift generated when close to fixed surface
Wikipedia - Groundwater pollution -- Pollution that occurs when pollutants are released to the ground and seep down into groundwater
Wikipedia - Group call -- Form of telecommunication between more than two parties where all can participate actively
Wikipedia - Grunwald-Wang theorem -- A local-global result for when an element in a number field is an nth power
Wikipedia - Guard stone -- Architectural element intended to protect structures from damage from vehicle wheels
Wikipedia - Gymkhana -- Gymkhana, originally denoting a place of assembly, popularly refers to a club where men and women participate in skill-based activities.
Wikipedia - Gyrobus -- Flywheel-powered electric bus
Wikipedia - Gyrocar -- Self-balancing two-wheeled automobile
Wikipedia - Hakhshara -- Centers where Zionist youth would learn technical skills necessary for their emigration to Israel and subsequent life in kibbutzim
Wikipedia - Half-time -- Time when half of the regular playing time has expired
Wikipedia - Halloween Problem -- Phenomenon with database updates where a row is updated more than once
Wikipedia - Hall's marriage theorem -- On when there is a matching that covers at least one side of a bipartite graph
Wikipedia - Hallucinogenic fish -- Fish which can produce hallucinogenic effects when eaten
Wikipedia - Halo (safety device) -- Safety device in open-wheel racing
Wikipedia - Halting problem -- Problem of determining whether a given program will finish running or continue forever
Wikipedia - Ham Dong-hee -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Hamiora Tumutara Te Tihi-o-te-whenua Pio -- New Zealand tohunga and historian
Wikipedia - Hamster wheel
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Wikipedia - Hannah Cockroft -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Hans Burgener -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Haplodiploidy -- Biological system where sex is determined by the number of sets of chromosomes
Wikipedia - Happy Anywhere -- 2020 single by Blake Shelton featuring Gwen Stefani
Wikipedia - Harbor -- Sheltered body of water where ships may shelter
Wikipedia - Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel -- 2002 video game
Wikipedia - Hare coursing -- Competitive activity where greyhounds and other sighthounds pursue hares
Wikipedia - Harley-Davidson Fat Boy -- V-twin softail cruiser motorcycle with solid-cast disc wheels
Wikipedia - Harold Alden Wheeler
Wikipedia - Harold A. Wheeler
Wikipedia - Harrison H. Wheeler -- American politician
Wikipedia - Harry Chapin: When in Doubt, Do Something -- Documentary/biographical film
Wikipedia - Harry Pavel -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Harry Whelehan -- Irish barrister and judge
Wikipedia - Harvey Wheeler -- American writer and scholar
Wikipedia - Hasse norm theorem -- In cyclic extension of number fields, if k is a local norm everywhere, it is a global norm
Wikipedia - Hatkar -- Hindu caste native to the Indian state of Maharashtra, where it is a sub-caste of Dhangar caste
Wikipedia - Hawks Nest Tunnel disaster -- Tunnel in West Virginia where hundreds of workers contracted silicosis
Wikipedia - Head of tide -- The farthest point upstream where a river is affected by tidal fluctuations
Wikipedia - Head-on collision -- Traffic collision where the front ends of two vehicles such as cars, trains, ships or planes hit each other in opposite directions
Wikipedia - Heart Like a Wheel (film) -- 1983 film by Jonathan Kaplan
Wikipedia - Heather Wheeler -- British Conservative politician
Wikipedia - Heike Melchior -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Heinz Frei -- Swiss Paralympic wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Heisenbug -- Software bug that seems to disappear or alter its behavior when one attempts to study it
Wikipedia - He Jun (curler) -- Chinese male wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Heliocentrism -- Astronomical model where the Earth and planets revolve around the Sun
Wikipedia - Hell on Wheels (TV series) -- American Western television series
Wikipedia - Hell on Wheels -- Hell on Wheels
Wikipedia - Henrik Harlev Petersen -- Danish wheelchair curler and coach
Wikipedia - Henrik Larsson (pool player) -- Wheelchair pool player from Sweden
Wikipedia - Henry Wheaton
Wikipedia - Herbert Hice Whetzel -- American mycologist and plant pathologist
Wikipedia - Here's Where the Story Ends -- 1990 single by The Sundays
Wikipedia - Hero MotoCorp -- Indian two-wheeler manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Hezbut Tawheed -- Bangladesh based religious group which is currently working daily against the religious mongering and against Militancy and they trying to Establishment the peace
Wikipedia - Hidden-variable theory -- Theory regarding quantum mechanics wherein its probabilistic outcomes are due to unobservable entities
Wikipedia - Hierarchical modulation -- Signal processing technique for multiplexing/modulating multiple data streams into one stream, where base- and enhancement-layer symbols are synchronously overplayed before transmission; used in digital TV broadcast for graceful degradation
Wikipedia - High-nutrient, low-chlorophyll regions -- Regions of the ocean where the abundance of phytoplankton is low and fairly constant despite the availability of macronutrients
Wikipedia - High-pressure nervous syndrome -- A reversible diving disorder that occurs when a diver descends below about 150 m using a breathing gas based on helium
Wikipedia - High-Rise (film) -- 2015 film by Ben Wheatley
Wikipedia - High Roller (Ferris wheel) -- Giant ferris wheel on the Las Vegas Strip
Wikipedia - Hindi Belt -- Linguistic region within India where Hindi dialects are spoken
Wikipedia - Hine-Tu-Whenua -- Polynesian mythological goddess
Wikipedia - Hiring and mop fairs -- Fairs where labourers were hired
Wikipedia - Hiroyuki Yamamoto (wheelchair racer) -- Japanese wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Historical present -- Employment of present tense when narrating past events
Wikipedia - Historical Wheel of Time locations
Wikipedia - Historicity of Jesus -- Relates to whether Jesus of Nazareth was a historical figure
Wikipedia - Historicity of King Arthur -- Debate about whether King Arthur was a historical person
Wikipedia - Historic site -- Official location where pieces of political, military or social history have been preserved
Wikipedia - History of rail transport in Great Britain 1948-1994 -- Covers the period when the British railway system was nationalized under the name of British Rail
Wikipedia - HM-CM-%kan Ericsson -- Swedish wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - HMS Whelp (R37) -- W-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy during the Second World War
Wikipedia - Hoffmann (automobile) -- German three-wheeled automobile
Wikipedia - Hohe Tauern window -- A region in the Austrian Central Eastern Alps where rocks of the underlying Penninic nappes ere exposed
Wikipedia - Hole in one -- In golf, the occasion when a ball hit from a tee finishes in the cup
Wikipedia - Hong Kong Observation Wheel -- ferris wheel in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Hookah lounge -- Establishment where patrons share hookah / shisha
Wikipedia - Hop (networking) -- When a packet is passed from one network segment to the next
Wikipedia - Horizontal Falls -- natural phenomenon in Western Australia where spring tides create a waterfall
Wikipedia - Horizontal integration facility -- Integration facility where missiles and rockets are assembled before launch.
Wikipedia - Hot mic -- An incident where a private conversation is unintentionally recorded or broadcast
Wikipedia - Hot reading -- Technique used when giving a psychic reading in stage magic performances
Wikipedia - Hot stain -- Region of the world where safe drinking water has been depleted
Wikipedia - Hot Wheels: AcceleRacers
Wikipedia - Hot Wheels -- Brand of die-cast toy cars
Wikipedia - House on Wheels -- South Korean variety show
Wikipedia - Hoveround -- Motorized wheelchair manufacturer
Wikipedia - How the West Was Won and Where It Got Us -- Song by R.E.M
Wikipedia - Hubcap -- Decorative disk on an automobile wheel that covers at least a central portion of the wheel
Wikipedia - Hughlette Wheeler -- American sculptor
Wikipedia - Hugh Nibloe -- Scottish and British wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell
Wikipedia - Human overpopulation -- Condition where human numbers exceed the short or long-term carrying capacity of the environment
Wikipedia - Humidity indicator card -- Card on which a moisture-sensitive chemical is impregnated such that it will change color when the indicated relative humidity is exceede
Wikipedia - Humpy Wheeler -- American auto racing promoter, race track manager, and consultant
Wikipedia - Husband stitch -- Procedure where more stitches then necessary are used to repair the perenium of a woman that has been torn or cut during childbirth, in order to tighten the vagina
Wikipedia - Huw Wheldon -- British broadcaster (1916-1986)
Wikipedia - Hydraulic jump -- Phenomenon occurring when liquid at high velocity discharges into a zone of lower velocity
Wikipedia - Hydraulic roughness -- A measure of frictional resistance water experiences when passing over land and channel features
Wikipedia - Hydrocopter -- An amphibious propeller-driven catamaran with a boat-like hull, small wheels and pontoon skis
Wikipedia - Hyperforeignism -- Hypercorrection where speakers apply the features of a foreign language beyond its original use.
Wikipedia - Hypergravity -- Environment where Earth's surface gravity is exceeded
Wikipedia - Hyperlactation syndrome -- The condition where breast milk overflow occurs because of increased milk production
Wikipedia - Hyperthermia -- Elevated body temperature due to failed thermoregulation that occurs when a body produces or absorbs more heat than it dissipates
Wikipedia - Hyporheic zone -- Region where there is mixing of shallow groundwater and surface water
Wikipedia - Hysterical strength -- Display of extreme strength by humans, usually occurring when people are in life-and-death situations
Wikipedia - Ian Jones (curler) -- Welsh wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Ian Wakenshaw -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - IBOT -- Powered wheelchair
Wikipedia - Identifiable victim effect -- Tendency of individuals to offer greater aid when a specific, identifiable person is observed under hardship
Wikipedia - Ihara's lemma -- On when the kernel of the sum of the two p-degeneracy maps is Eisenstein
Wikipedia - I heard a Fly buzz-when I died -- Poem by Emily Dickinson
Wikipedia - I Know a Heartache When I See One -- Song by Jennifer Warnes from her third LP Shot Through the Heart
Wikipedia - I know it when I see it -- Colloquial expression
Wikipedia - I Know Where I'm Going (The Judds song) -- 1987 single by The Judds
Wikipedia - I Know Where I'm Going! -- 1945 film by Emeric Pressburger, Michael Powell
Wikipedia - I Know Where It's At -- 1997 single by All Saints
Wikipedia - I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (Bon Jovi song) -- 1993 single by Bon Jovi
Wikipedia - I Love It When We Do -- 2002 single by Ronan Keating
Wikipedia - Immersion lithography -- Photolithography technique where there is a layer of water between a lens and a microchip
Wikipedia - Improv Everywhere
Wikipedia - Imrich Lyocsa -- Slovak para archer and wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Ina Forrest -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Incisive foramen -- Funnel-shaped opening in the bone of the oral hard palate immediately behind the incisor teeth where blood vessels and nerves pass
Wikipedia - Inclusion (education) -- Where special needs students spend most of their time with non-special needs students
Wikipedia - Incompatibilism -- View that a deterministic universe is completely at odds with the notion that persons have a free will; that there is a dichotomy between determinism and free will where philosophers must choose one or the other
Wikipedia - Indus-Yarlung suture zone -- A tectonic suture in southern Tibet and across the north margin of the Himalayas where the Indian and Eurasian plates meet
Wikipedia - IndyCar -- Auto racing sanctioning body for North American open wheel racing
Wikipedia - Information security operations center -- Facility where enterprise information systems are monitored, assessed, and defended
Wikipedia - Ingrid Verbauwhede -- Computer scientist
Wikipedia - Innovation district -- Zones in cities where entrepreneurs, startups and business incubators are attracted
Wikipedia - Inrush current -- Maximal instantaneous input current drawn by an electrical device when first turned on
Wikipedia - Insertion loss -- loss of signal transmission power when devices are connected to a transmission line
Wikipedia - Instantaneous wave-free ratio -- Diagnostic tool used to assess whether a stenosis is causing a limitation of blood flow in coronary arteries with subsequent ischemia
Wikipedia - Interbank foreign exchange market -- Market where banks exchange different currencies
Wikipedia - Interesting number paradox -- Question whether the smallest non-interesting number is interesting or not
Wikipedia - International Lady -- 1941 film by Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - International vehicle registration code -- Codes used to identify where a vehicle is registered
Wikipedia - Internet leak -- Occurs when a party's confidential information is released to the public on the Internet
Wikipedia - Internet rush hour -- Time when the most Internet users are online at the same time
Wikipedia - Intersection (road) -- A road junction where two or more roads either meet or cross at grade
Wikipedia - Intertextual production of the Gospel of Mark -- Viewpoint that there are identifiable textual relationships such that any allusion or quotation from another text forms an integral part of the Markan text, even when it seems to be out of context
Wikipedia - Invariant mass -- Body's intrinsic mass (or equivalent intrinsic energy), motion-independent (Lorentz invariant); equals total mass (or energy) when at rest
Wikipedia - Inverse function theorem -- On when a function is invertible in a neighborhood of a point
Wikipedia - Inverted detective story -- Story where crime is shown in the beginning
Wikipedia - Ipatiev House -- House where Tsar Nicholas II was imprisoned, and executed
Wikipedia - Iranian Armenia (1502-1828) -- period when Eastern Armenia was part of the Iranian empire
Wikipedia - Irresistible force paradox -- What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?
Wikipedia - Itacolumite -- A porous, yellow sandstone that is flexible when cut into thin strips
Wikipedia - It Only Hurts When I Cry -- 1991 single by Dwight Yoakam
Wikipedia - Ivan Shopov (curler) -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - I've Been Everywhere -- Song
Wikipedia - Jackie Wilson Said (I'm in Heaven When You Smile) -- 1972 single by Van Morrison
Wikipedia - Jackson (song) -- Song recorded by Wheeler
Wikipedia - Jack Whelbourne -- British short track speed skater
Wikipedia - Jacques Leroy de Saint-Arnaud -- Marshal of France, military officer in Algeria where he perpetrated genocide
Wikipedia - Jalle Jungnell -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - James Anseeuw -- Canadian wheelchair curler and Paralympic medalist
Wikipedia - James Elliott (curler) -- Scottish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - James Joseph (curler) -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - James Pierce (curler) -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - James Sellar (curler) -- Scottish and British wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - James Wheeler (Australian politician) -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - James Whelan (bishop)
Wikipedia - James Whelan (cyclist) -- Australian bicycle racer
Wikipedia - James Whelan (Pennsylvania politician) -- American politician
Wikipedia - James Whelton -- Irish software developer and computing club promoter
Wikipedia - Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors -- French Canadian animated TV show
Wikipedia - Jean de Crawhez -- Belgian bobsledder
Wikipedia - Jean Driscoll -- American wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Jeep Wrangler -- Four-wheel-drive off-road SUV produced by Jeep
Wikipedia - Jelly-falls -- Marine carbon cycling events whereby gelatinous zooplankton sink to the seafloor
Wikipedia - Jenna Fesemyer -- American wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Jennie Wheatley -- British writer and historian
Wikipedia - Jenny Everywhere -- Open-source fictional character
Wikipedia - Jens GM-CM-$bel -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Jens JM-CM-$ger -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Jerrold Mangliwan -- Filipino wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Jessica Galli -- American wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Jibe -- Basic sailing maneuver, where ship turns its stern through the wind
Wikipedia - Jill Trewhella -- Australian biophysicist
Wikipedia - Jim Gault -- British wheelchair curler and Paralympic medalist
Wikipedia - Jim Primavera -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Joe Wheater -- Olympic British sport shooter
Wikipedia - Jog dial -- Type of knob, ring, wheel or dial used as a device control
Wikipedia - John Archibald Wheeler -- American theoretical physicist
Wikipedia - John A. Wheeler
Wikipedia - John Brooks Wheelwright -- American architect
Wikipedia - John Francis Wheaton -- American politician and lawyer
Wikipedia - John Ozias Wheeler -- American businessman
Wikipedia - John P. Wheeler III -- American medical examiner; presidential aide to three U.S.M-BM- presidents
Wikipedia - John Wheater -- British particle physicist
Wikipedia - John Wheatley -- Scottish socialist politician
Wikipedia - John Wheeler Dowden -- Surgeon (1866-1936)
Wikipedia - John Wheelock
Wikipedia - John Whethamstede
Wikipedia - John Whetham -- Irish dean
Wikipedia - Joint Security Area -- Portion of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) where North and South Korean forces stand face-to-face
Wikipedia - JoM-CM-+l Jeannot -- French wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- New Zealand art historian, academic and curator
Wikipedia - Jon Thurston -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - JordanCon -- Fan convention dedicated to Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time
Wikipedia - Jorn Kristensen -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Joseph Mazzini Wheeler
Wikipedia - Joseph Wheeler (shipbuilder) -- Irish shipbuilder
Wikipedia - Joseph Wheeler -- Confederate Army general
Wikipedia - Josh Cassidy -- Canadian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Josie Cichockyj -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Joss Whedon -- American director, writer, and producer
Wikipedia - Journaling file system -- File system that keeps track of not yet committed changes in a data structure called a M-bM-^@M-^\journalM-bM-^@M-^] (usually a circular log); when a system crash or power failure occurs, such file systems can be recovered online faster with less corruption
Wikipedia - Jungfrau Railway -- Mountain cogwheel railway in Switzerland
Wikipedia - Jung Seung-won (curler) -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Just a Geek -- Book by Wil Wheaton
Wikipedia - Justin Marshall (curler) -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Just-in-time learning -- An approach to learning when training is available exactly when and how it is needed by the learner
Wikipedia - Just war theory -- Doctrine about when a war is ethically just
Wikipedia - Kallima inachus -- Species of butterfly known for resembling a dry leaf when its wings are closed
Wikipedia - Kamchatka-Aleutian Triple Junction -- Place where the Pacific Plate, the Okhotsk Plate, and the North American Plate meet
Wikipedia - Kang Mi-suk (curler) -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Karen Blachford -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Karen Davidson (athlete) -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Karliova Triple Junction -- Place where the Anatolian Plate, the Eurasian Plate and the Arabian Plate meet
Wikipedia - Kasper Poulsen -- Danish wheelchair curler and coach
Wikipedia - Kathryn L. Wheelbarger -- American lawyer and U.S. Department of Defense official
Wikipedia - Katsuo Ichikawa -- Japanese wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Kelly Smith (wheelchair racer) -- Canadian Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Ken and Jim Wheat -- American screenwriter
Wikipedia - Ken Dickson -- Scottish and British wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Kenneth M-CM-^XrbM-CM-&k -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Kenneth Wheeler (politician) -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Ketosis -- Energy production using stored body fats as fuel when carbohydrates are not available
Wikipedia - Kidney failure -- Disease where the kidneys fail to adequately filter waste products from the blood
Wikipedia - Kill List -- 2011 film by Ben Wheatley
Wikipedia - Kills on Wheels -- 2016 film
Wikipedia - Kim Hak-sung -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Kim Jong-pan -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Kim Kab-seung -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Kim Meen-whee -- South Korean golfer
Wikipedia - Kim Myung-jin -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Kinrande -- A Japanese porcelain style where gold is applied on the surface
Wikipedia - Kirk Black -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Kiss (When the Sun Don't Shine) -- 1999 single by Vengaboys
Wikipedia - Kneeling -- Human position where one or both knees touch the ground
Wikipedia - Kolkata Eye -- Proposed Ferris wheel in Kolkata, India
Wikipedia - Kolk (vortex) -- An underwater vortex created when rapidly rushing water passes an underwater obstacle in boundary areas of high shear.
Wikipedia - Konstantin Kurokhtin -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Koputaroa -- Settlement in the Horowhenua District, New Zealand
Wikipedia - Kota Hokinoue -- Japanese wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Krein-Milman theorem -- On when a space equals the closed convex hull of its extreme points
Wikipedia - Kristina Ulander -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - KTCL -- Radio station in Wheat Ridge-Denver, Colorado
Wikipedia - Kurt Fearnley -- Australian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - KVMK -- radio station in Wheelock, Texas, United States
Wikipedia - KWHE -- Religious TV station in Honolulu
Wikipedia - Kylie Wheeler -- Australian heptathlete
Wikipedia - La Belle (ship) -- One of Robert de La Salle's four ships when he explored the Gulf of Mexico
Wikipedia - Laboratory diagnosis of viral infections -- Laboratory methods for determining whether a virus infection has occurred in an organism
Wikipedia - Lactalbumin -- Whey protein
Wikipedia - Lady from Nowhere -- 1936 film by Gordon Wiles
Wikipedia - Lafayette Park Historic District -- Neighborhood in central Albany, New York, where state capitol, city hall and county courthouse are located
Wikipedia - La Giudecca -- Term used In Southern Italy and Sicily to identify any urban district (or a portion of a village) where Jewish communities dwelled
Wikipedia - Lagrange point -- One of five positions in an orbital configuration of two large bodies where a small object can maintain a stable relative position
Wikipedia - Laminar flow -- Flow where fluid particles follow smooth paths in layers
Wikipedia - Landau (carriage) -- Four-wheeled open carriage with two doors primarily for passenger transport
Wikipedia - Land grabbing -- Large-scale acquisition of land (over 1,000 ha) whether by purchase, leases or other means.
Wikipedia - Larry Wheat -- American actor (1876-1963)
Wikipedia - Lars Enemark -- Danish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Late Heavy Bombardment -- Interval when a disproportionately large number of asteroids are theorised to have collided with the inner planets
Wikipedia - Latin America -- Region of the Americas where Romance languages are primarily spoken
Wikipedia - Lattice girder -- A truss girder where the load is carried by a web of latticed metal
Wikipedia - Laufhaus -- Brothel where sex workers can rent rooms
Wikipedia - Lector -- Is Latin for one who reads, whether aloud or not
Wikipedia - Lee Brayton -- American open-wheel racing driver and team owner
Wikipedia - Lee Dong-ha (curler) -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Legal immunity -- Legal status wherein an individual or entity cannot be held liable for a violation of the law
Wikipedia - Legendre's three-square theorem -- Says when a natural number can be represented as the sum of three squares of integers
Wikipedia - Leibniz wheel
Wikipedia - Leland Ryken -- Professor of English emeritus at Wheaton College
Wikipedia - Lene Tystad -- Norwegian wheelchair curler and ice sledge speed racer
Wikipedia - Leo Whelan -- Irish painter
Wikipedia - Leslie A. Wheeler -- American diplomat (1899-1968)
Wikipedia - Letter box -- Mailbox where mailmen or other people deposit letters to specific addresses
Wikipedia - Leucospermum catherinae -- The Catherine-wheel pincushion is a shrub in the family Proteaceae from the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Leucospermum formosum -- The silverleaf-wheel pincushion is a shrub in the family Proteaceae from the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Level crossing -- Place where a road crosses a railway at the same level
Wikipedia - Lexington (steamship) -- American paddlewheel steamboat (1835-1840)
Wikipedia - Liability waiver -- Legal document where a company attempts to remove legal liability from an activity
Wikipedia - Life Is Elsewhere -- Novel by Milan Kundera
Wikipedia - Life Is Real Only Then, When 'I Am'
Wikipedia - Life Somewhere Else -- 1995 film
Wikipedia - Lifting bag -- Airtight bag used for underwater buoyant lifting when filled with air
Wikipedia - Lighting-up time -- Part of the night where motor vehicles must be lit in the UK
Wikipedia - Light Railway Research Society of Australia -- A research society focused on narrow gauge railways, tramways, and industrial railways in Australia and places where Australian economic interests were strong
Wikipedia - Liman (landform) -- Landform, formed at the mouth of a river where flow is blocked by a bar of sediments
Wikipedia - Limbers and caissons -- Two-wheeled cart for carrying ammunition, or supporting the trail of an artillery piece
Wikipedia - Lionel Tate -- American convicted of first-degree murder when he was 13 years old
Wikipedia - Liouville's theorem (differential algebra) -- Says when antiderivatives of elementary functions can expressed as elementary functions
Wikipedia - Lip reading -- Technique of understanding speech when sound is not available
Wikipedia - Lisa Whelchel -- American actress, author, speaker and singer
Wikipedia - Listening for Lions -- Book by Gloria Whelan
Wikipedia - List of athletes on Wheaties boxes -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of awards and nominations received by St. Elsewhere -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of buckwheat dishes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Canadian heritage wheat varieties -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Car 54, Where Are You? episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of car-free places -- List of places where cars are banned
Wikipedia - List of countries by wheat exports -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of countries where Arabic is an official language -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of countries where English is an official language
Wikipedia - List of countries where German is an official language
Wikipedia - List of countries where Romanian is an official language
Wikipedia - List of countries where Spanish is an official language
Wikipedia - List of Ferris wheels -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Freewheelers episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Hell on Wheels episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Higurashi When They Cry novels -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Higurashi When They Cry titles -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Hot Wheels Battle Force 5 episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Indian massacres in North America -- Incident wherein a group of people deliberately kill a significant number of relatively defenseless people, usually involving European descended peoples and Indigenous peoples of the Americas
Wikipedia - List of Logitech Racing Wheels compatible games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of mountains in Wheatland County, Montana -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Nowhere Boys episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Paralympic medalists in wheelchair curling -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of places where Gautama Buddha stayed -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of places where social nudity is practised -- Wikipedia list of lists article
Wikipedia - List of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of South of Nowhere characters -- List of characters from the American television program 'South of Nowhere'
Wikipedia - List of South of Nowhere episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of star-forming regions in the Local Group -- Regions in the Milky Way galaxy and Local Group where new stars are forming
Wikipedia - List of St. Elsewhere characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of St. Elsewhere episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Afrikaans and Dutch are official languages
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Chinese is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where English is an official language -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where French is an official language -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where German is an official language -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Hindustani is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Italian is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Malay is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Persian is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Portuguese is an official language -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Russian is an official language
Wikipedia - List of territorial entities where Tamil is an official language
Wikipedia - List of Umineko When They Cry characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Umineko When They Cry episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Umineko When They Cry novels -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Umineko When They Cry titles -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of wheat diseases -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Wheaton College (Illinois) alumni -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of wheelchair tennis champions -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Wheeler Dealers episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Wheel of Time characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of wheel-well stowaway flights -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of When Calls the Heart episodes -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of When the Boat Comes In episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of When They Cry episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Where Is My Friend's Home episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Litter (vehicle) -- Human-powered wheelless vehicle for the transport of persons
Wikipedia - Little Fires Everywhere (miniseries) -- 2020 American drama streaming television miniseries
Wikipedia - Liu Wei (curler) -- Chinese wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Liu Yang (wheelchair racer) -- Chinese wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Live action role-playing game -- Form of role-playing game where participants act out the roles
Wikipedia - Livestock show -- Event where livestock are exhibited and judged on certain phenotypical breed traits
Wikipedia - Liz Wheeler -- American newscaster and conservative political commentator
Wikipedia - Lizzie Borden House -- House where Lizzie Borden and her family lived
Wikipedia - Local gigantism -- Condition where a certain body part grows larger than normal size
Wikipedia - Location -- Point or an area on the Earth's surface or elsewhere
Wikipedia - London Eye -- observation wheel in London, England
Wikipedia - Long branch attraction -- A form of systematic error whereby distantly related lineages are incorrectly inferred to be closely related
Wikipedia - Loren Kinney -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Lost Monarch -- The 5th largest known living coast redwood when counting only the main stem.
Wikipedia - Lot Whitcomb (sidewheeler) -- First steam-powered craft built on the Willamette River in Oregon, United States
Wikipedia - Love at the Wheel -- 1921 film
Wikipedia - Love on Wheels -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - Luakini -- Native Hawaiian sacred place where people were sacrificed
Wikipedia - Lucas-Lehmer-Riesel test -- Test for determining whether a number is prime
Wikipedia - Lucas number -- Infinite integer series where the next number is the sum of the two preceding it
Wikipedia - Lucid dream -- Dream where one is aware that they are dreaming
Wikipedia - Lucky iron fish -- Iron fish, heated when cooking food, used against iron deficiency
Wikipedia - Ludwigia alternifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Ludwigia grandiflora -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Ludwigia hexapetala -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Ludwigia (plant) -- Genus of flowering plants in the willowherb or evening primrose family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Lug nut -- Fastener, specifically a nut, used to secure a wheel on a vehicle
Wikipedia - Lunar eclipse -- When the Moon moves into the Earth's shadow
Wikipedia - Lyapunov stability -- Property of a dynamical system where solutions near an equilibrium point remain so
Wikipedia - Lyle R. Wheeler -- American art director
Wikipedia - Macquarie Triple Junction -- Place where the Indo-Australian Plate, Pacific Plate, and Antarctic Plate meet
Wikipedia - Macroscopic quantum phenomena -- Processes showing quantum behavior at the macroscopic scale, rather than at the atomic scale where quantum effects are prevalent; macroscopic scale quantum coherence leads to macroscopic quantum phenomena
Wikipedia - Madeleine Wildi -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Maggie Wheeler -- American actress
Wikipedia - Magic circle (mathematics) -- Arrangement of natural numbers on circles where the sum of the numbers on each circle and the sum of numbers on diameter are identical
Wikipedia - Magic Round (NRL) -- Rugby league weekend where all fixtures are played at one venue
Wikipedia - Magic Weekend -- Rugby league weekend where all fixtures are played at one venue
Wikipedia - Magnetoresistance -- The tendency of some materials to change the value of their electrical resistance when placed in an external magnetic field
Wikipedia - Maillard reaction -- Chemical reaction occurring when baking
Wikipedia - Majorville Cairn and Medicine Wheel site -- Archaeological site in Canada
Wikipedia - Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson -- Writer, creator of DC Comics
Wikipedia - Malkus waterwheel -- Mechanical model that exhibits chaotic dynamics
Wikipedia - Malthusian equilibrium -- Situation when all of a population's production is used only for subsistence
Wikipedia - Manacled Mormon case -- On September 15, 1977 , when Scotland Yard officers announced to the press that a visiting Mormon missionary - 21 year-old Kirk Anderson had been abducted the previous day from outside his church in East Ewell, near Epsom in the south of London
Wikipedia - Manfred Bolliger -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Mansell wheel -- Railway wheel
Wikipedia - Marat Romanov -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Marcel Bodenmann -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Marcel Hug -- Swiss wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - March equinox -- The equinox on the Earth when the Sun appears to leave the southern hemisphere and cross the celestial equator
Wikipedia - Marcus Sieger -- German wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Marcy Wheeler -- American journalist
Wikipedia - Margaret Collingridge Wheeler -- Australian archaeologist
Wikipedia - Margaret Wheat -- American anthropologist
Wikipedia - Margaret Wheeler, Baroness Wheeler -- Member of the House of Lords (born 1949)
Wikipedia - Margriet van den Broek -- Dutch wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Mariana Trench -- The deepest part of Earth's oceans, where the Pacific Plate is subducted under the Mariana Plate
Wikipedia - Marie Wright (curler) -- Canadian wheelchair curler and Paralympic medalist
Wikipedia - Marina Wheeler -- British lawyer, author and columnist
Wikipedia - Marion Harrison -- Welsh wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mario Rodriguez (fencer) -- American wheelchair fencer (born 1959)
Wikipedia - Market (economics) -- Mechanisms whereby supply and demand confront each other and deals are made, involving places, processes and institutions in which exchanges occur.
Wikipedia - Mark Ideson -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Markku Karjalainen -- Finnish male wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Mark Taylor (curler) -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mars habitat -- A facility where humans could live on Mars
Wikipedia - Marsh Wheeling -- American cigar manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Martin Bieri -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Martin Schlitt -- German wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Martin Wheatley -- Hong Kong and UK financier
Wikipedia - Mary Cabot Wheelwright -- American anthropologist
Wikipedia - Mary Dutch -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mary Rice (wheelchair racer) -- Irish Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Mary Wheeler -- American mathematician
Wikipedia - Mary Whelan -- Irish diplomat
Wikipedia - Mask -- Any full or partial face covering, whether ceremonial, protective, decorative, or used as disguise
Wikipedia - Massacre -- Incident where some group is killed by another
Wikipedia - Mass psychogenic illness -- Spread of illness symptoms through a population where there is no viral or bacterial agent responsible for contagion
Wikipedia - Master/slave (technology) -- Mode of communication where one device or process has unidirectional control over one or more other devices
Wikipedia - Mats-Ola Engborg -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Matt Wheeler -- British screenwriter and producer
Wikipedia - Maunder Minimum -- The period starting about 1645 and continuing to about 1715 when sunspots were exceedingly rare
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Fnon -- Site, mentioned in the Gospel of John (3:23) as the place where John the Baptist was baptizing
Wikipedia - Meals on Wheels -- Charitable organization
Wikipedia - Mechanical resonance -- Tendency of a mechanical system to respond at greater amplitude when the frequency of its oscillations matches the system's natural frequency of vibration (its resonance frequency or resonant frequency) than it does at other frequencies
Wikipedia - Media space -- Electronic settings in which groups of people can work together even when not present in the same place and time
Wikipedia - Megachile wheeleri -- Species of leafcutter bee (Megachile)
Wikipedia - Meghan Lino -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mel Nicholls -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - M-EM-^Lmagatoki -- Japanese term for the moment at dusk when the sky turns dark
Wikipedia - Mendocino Triple Junction -- The point where the Gorda plate, the North American plate, and the Pacific plate meet
Wikipedia - Menelaus's theorem -- Relates line segments formed when a line cuts through a triangle
Wikipedia - Menopause -- When menstrual periods stop permanently
Wikipedia - Menstrual cycle -- A type of ovulation cycle where the endometrium is shed if pregnancy does not occur
Wikipedia - Metalanguage -- Is language or symbols used when language itself is being discussed or examined.
Wikipedia - Methods of pluton emplacement -- The ways magma is accommodated in a host rock where the final result is a pluton
Wikipedia - Methyllysine -- Derivative of the amino acid residue lysine where the sidechain ammonium group has been methylated one or more times.
Wikipedia - Metonymy -- Figure of speech where a thing or concept is referred to indirectly by the name of something similar to it
Wikipedia - Meusnier's theorem -- When curves on a surface passing through a given point have the same normal curvature
Wikipedia - Mexican Texas -- Time period when Texas was under Mexican rule.
Wikipedia - Michael Wheeler (athlete) -- British athlete
Wikipedia - Michael Whelan -- American fantasy and science fiction artist
Wikipedia - Michigan logging wheels
Wikipedia - Middle of Nowhere (2012 film) -- 2012 film by Ava DuVernay
Wikipedia - Middle Platonism -- Stage in the development of Platonic philosophy (90 BCE - 3rd century CE), starting from when Antiochus of Ascalon rejected the scepticism of the New Academy, ending with the development of Neoplatonism under Plotinus
Wikipedia - Midnight sun -- Natural phenomenon when daylight lasts for , occurring only inside or close to the polar circles
Wikipedia - Mike Nugent (athlete) -- Australian Paralympic athlete and wheelchair manufacturer
Wikipedia - Mike Preston (curler) -- Welsh wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mike Wheeler (Stranger Things) -- Fictional character from the Netflix series Stranger Things
Wikipedia - MILF (2010 film) -- 2010 sex comedy film directed by Scott Wheeler
Wikipedia - Mill race -- The channel for water driving a water wheel
Wikipedia - Milonga (dance event) -- event where Argentine tango is danced
Wikipedia - Mimosa pudica -- Species of plant whose leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken
Wikipedia - Mina Mojtahedi -- Finnish female wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Mind share -- When a brand is the first thing that comes to mind
Wikipedia - Mind sport -- Game of skill where the mental exercise component is more significant than the physical
Wikipedia - Minimum deviation -- The condition when the angle of deviation is minimal in a prism
Wikipedia - Minto wheel
Wikipedia - Misplaced loyalty -- Loyalty placed where it is not respected or to an unworthy cause
Wikipedia - Missy Keiser -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi AWC -- Four-wheel drive system developed by Mitsubishi Motors
Wikipedia - Mitsubishi S-AWC -- Four-wheel drive system developed by Mitsubishi Motors
Wikipedia - Mixed-sex education -- System of education where males and females are educated together
Wikipedia - Mixed-species foraging flock -- Swarming behaviour of birds when foraging
Wikipedia - Mixture -- Substance formed when two or more constituents are physically combined together
Wikipedia - M. J. Whelan
Wikipedia - Modulational instability -- A phenomenon whereby deviations from a periodic waveform are reinforced by nonlinearity
Wikipedia - Mogo Wheelchairs -- Manufacturer of sporting wheelchairs
Wikipedia - Mold painting -- Works of art where fungus is used to create the visual form
Wikipedia - Molecular clock -- Technique to deduce the time in prehistory when two or more life forms diverged
Wikipedia - Monarchy -- System of government where the head of state is a single person who holds the position for life or until abdication
Wikipedia - Monica Wetterstrom -- Swedish wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Monika Kunkelova -- Slovak wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Monodominance -- Condition where more than 60% of the tree canopy are a single species of tree
Wikipedia - Mormon views on evolution -- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints takes no official position on whether or not biological evolution has occurred
Wikipedia - Mortimer Wheeler -- British archaeologist and Army officer (1890 - 1976)
Wikipedia - Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom -- 2006 children's book by Carole Boston Weatherford
Wikipedia - Motion of no confidence -- Vote on whether a group of people still has confidence in a government or leader
Wikipedia - Motorcycle fork -- Component of motorized two-wheelers
Wikipedia - Motorcycle wheel -- Component of motorised two-wheelers
Wikipedia - Motorcycle -- Two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle
Wikipedia - Motorsport Ireland -- Governing Body for four-wheeled motorsports in Ireland
Wikipedia - Mountains of Ararat -- Location mentioned in Genesis as place where Noah's Ark came to rest after the great flood
Wikipedia - Mount of Beatitudes -- Hill in northern Israel where Jesus is believed to have delivered the Sermon on the Mount
Wikipedia - Mount Olivet Cemetery (Wheat Ridge, Colorado) -- Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Wikipedia - Mount Wheeler -- Mountain in Queensland, Australia
Wikipedia - Movies Anywhere -- Digital locker for movies
Wikipedia - Mrs. Dery Where Are You? -- 1975 film
Wikipedia - Mr. Trash Wheel -- Water-wheel vessel
Wikipedia - Much Ado About Nothing (2012 film) -- 2012 romantic comedy film by Joss Whedon
Wikipedia - Mudflat -- Coastal wetlands where sediments have been deposited by tides or rivers
Wikipedia - Multiplayer video game -- Video game where multiple players can play
Wikipedia - Muriel Wheldale Onslow -- English biochemist
Wikipedia - Musical road -- A road producing a musical tune when driving over it
Wikipedia - Music, When Soft Voices Die
Wikipedia - Myanmar Coast mangroves -- An ecoregion in Burma, Malaysia, and Thailand where there were once thick forests of mangroves
Wikipedia - Myrmecocystus wheeleri -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Myrtle (sternwheeler) -- Steamboat
Wikipedia - Name of Romania -- Timeline of where the name of "Romania" came from
Wikipedia - Nancy from Nowhere -- 1922 film by Chester M. Franklin
Wikipedia - Nancy Wheeler -- Fictional character from the television series Stranger Things
Wikipedia - Napco Four Wheel Drive Vehicles -- Defunct automobile parts manufacturer in Minnesota
Wikipedia - Narco-state -- State where all legitimate institutions have been penetrated by the power and wealth of the illegal drug trade
Wikipedia - Nash Statesman -- Full-size rear-wheel-drive Streamline Moderne sedan car produced by Nash Motors
Wikipedia - Nathalie Lawhead -- Net artist and independent game designer
Wikipedia - Nathan Whetten -- American sociologist and academic administrator
Wikipedia - National Charkha Museum -- Spinning wheel museum in Connaught Place, New Delhi, India
Wikipedia - Natural arch -- Natural rock formation where a rock arch forms
Wikipedia - Natural Area Code -- Proprietary geocode system for identifying an area anywhere on the Earth
Wikipedia - Negation -- Operation that takes a proposition p to another proposition "not p", written M-BM-,p, which is interpreted intuitively as being true when p is false, and false when p is true; unary (single-argument) logical connective
Wikipedia - Neli Sabeva -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Neo-Gaeltacht -- Area, not formally designated, where Irish a strong presence as a spoken language
Wikipedia - Nesting season -- |The time of year, generally spring, when birds and some reptiles build nests and produce young
Wikipedia - Ne (text editor) -- Fast, small, powerful and simple text editor. It has a simple scripting language where scripts can be easily generated and played.
Wikipedia - New Deal coalition -- Period from 1932-1968 when the Democratic Party dominated American politics
Wikipedia - News From Nowhere
Wikipedia - News from Nowhere -- 1890 novel by William Morris
Wikipedia - New York Wheel -- Proposed Ferris wheel in Staten Island, New York
Wikipedia - New Zealand flag debate -- Debate about whether the New Zealand national flag should be changed
Wikipedia - Nicholas J. Whelan -- Michigan politician
Wikipedia - Nicky Whelan -- Australian actress and model
Wikipedia - Nightingale floor -- Floors that make a chirping sound when walked upon
Wikipedia - Nightmare (1942 film) -- 1942 American thriller film directed by Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - Nikita den Boer -- Dutch wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Nikolay Melnikov (curler) -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Nilpotence theorem -- On when an element of the coefficient ring of a ring spectrum is nilpotent
Wikipedia - Nimrod Bichler -- Israeli wheelchair tennis coach
Wikipedia - Nobody Nowhere -- Book by Donna Williams
Wikipedia - Noctiluca scintillans -- free-living, marine-dwelling species of dinoflagellate that exhibits bioluminescence when disturbed
Wikipedia - Noel Thomas (curler) -- English wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - No-go area -- Area where authorities are unable to enforce law or sovereignty
Wikipedia - Nonogram -- Puzzle where grid cells are filled per numbers at the side to reveal a hidden picture
Wikipedia - Noocracy -- System of governance where decision making is in the hands of philosophers
Wikipedia - North and South Wheatley -- settlement in Nottinghamshire, England
Wikipedia - Northern and Southern States period -- Period in Korean history when Silla and Balhae coexisted in the south and north of the peninsula, respectively
Wikipedia - Northern saw-whet owl -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Northern wheatear -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - North Pole -- Northern point where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects its surface
Wikipedia - North pole -- Northern point where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects its surface
Wikipedia - No-show job -- Form of corruption where one is paid to not show up
Wikipedia - Nothing,Nowhere -- American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Vermont
Wikipedia - Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows -- 2016 film by David Caesar
Wikipedia - Nowhere Boys -- 2013 Australian television series
Wikipedia - Nowhere Boy -- 2009 film by Sam Taylor-Johnson
Wikipedia - Nowhere Else to Roam -- 1993 concert tour by Metallica
Wikipedia - Nowhere (film) -- 1997 French-American film by Gregg Araki
Wikipedia - Nowhere in Africa -- 2001 German film by Caroline Link
Wikipedia - Nowhere Man (American TV series) -- U.S. television series
Wikipedia - Nowhere Men -- Comic book series
Wikipedia - Nowhere to Go (1958 film) -- 1958 crime film by Seth Holt
Wikipedia - Nowhere to Hide (1987 film) -- 1987 film by Mario Philip Azzopardi
Wikipedia - Nuclear diving -- Diving in an environment where there is a risk of exposure to radioactive materials
Wikipedia - Nuclear fusion -- Process naturally occurring in stars where atomic nucleons combine
Wikipedia - Nuclear power plant -- Thermal power station where the heat source is a nuclear reactor
Wikipedia - Nuclear power proposed as renewable energy -- Ongoing debate on whether nuclear power is renewable
Wikipedia - Nutrient enema -- Enema administered with the intent of providing nutrition when normal eating is not possible
Wikipedia - Oak savanna -- Type of savanna-or lightly forested grassland- where oaks are the dominant trees.
Wikipedia - Obed Wheeler -- American businessman and politician
Wikipedia - Oberth effect -- Maneuver in which a spacecraft falls into a gravitational well, and then accelerates when its fall reaches maximum speed
Wikipedia - Object permanence -- Understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be observed
Wikipedia - Obligation -- Course of action that someone is required to take, whether legal or moral
Wikipedia - O Brother, Where Art Thou? -- 2000 film by Ethan and Joel Coen
Wikipedia - Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) -- Song by Hillsong United
Wikipedia - Ochaya -- Establishment where patrons are entertained by geisha
Wikipedia - Office -- Room where administrative work is performed
Wikipedia - Offshore drilling -- Mechanical process where a wellbore is drilled below the seabed
Wikipedia - Ohio River Subdivision -- Railroad line between Wheeling and Huntington in the U.S. state of West Virginia.
Wikipedia - Old Man & Me (When I Get to Heaven) -- 1996 single by Hootie & the Blowfish
Wikipedia - Ole Fredrik Syversen -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Omnipresence -- Property of being present everywhere
Wikipedia - One-horse shay -- Light, covered two-wheeled carriage for two persons, drawn by a single horse
Wikipedia - One-hot -- Bit-vector representation where only one bit can be set at a time
Wikipedia - O'Neill dynasty -- Group of families prominent in Ireland, elsewhere
Wikipedia - Onewheel -- Self-balancing personal transporter
Wikipedia - Only Happy When It Rains -- 1995 single by Garbage
Wikipedia - Only When I Laugh (film) -- 1981 film by Glenn Jordan
Wikipedia - Only When I Lose Myself -- 1998 single by Depeche Mode
Wikipedia - Only When You Leave -- 1984 single by Spandau Ballet
Wikipedia - Open circuit breathing apparatus -- Breathing apparatus where the exhaled gas is lost to the environment
Wikipedia - OpenCola (drink) -- Brand of open cola where instructions for making are freely available
Wikipedia - Open-water diving -- Diving in unrestricted water when the diver has unrestricted vertical access to the surface
Wikipedia - Open-wheel car -- Type of automobile
Wikipedia - Operculum (gastropod) -- A hard structure which closes the aperture of a gastropod when the animal retreats into the shell
Wikipedia - Ophanim -- Wheels seen in Ezekiel's vision of the chariot
Wikipedia - Optical contact bonding -- Process whereby two closely conformal surfaces are held together by intermolecular forces.
Wikipedia - Optic chiasm -- Part of the brain where the optic nerves cross
Wikipedia - Oral administration -- Route of administration where a substance is taken through the mouth
Wikipedia - Ora serrata -- Where rod and cone of the eye terminate
Wikipedia - Orazio Fagone -- Italian short-track speed skater and wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Orbital spaceflight -- Spaceflight where spacecraft orbits an astronomical body
Wikipedia - Organ shoes -- Special shoes for organists to allow feet to easily slide between pedals when playing
Wikipedia - Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the United States -- When cases are heard without going through lower courts
Wikipedia - Origin of language -- How, why, when, and where language might have emerged
Wikipedia - Orphan structure -- Legal entity where the equity is owned by no-one
Wikipedia - Osama bin Laden death conspiracy theories -- Conspiracy theories about when and how Osama bin Laden died
Wikipedia - Osku Kuutamo -- Finnish wheelchair curler and coach
Wikipedia - Outer trench swell -- A subtle ridge on the seafloor near an oceanic trench, where a descending plate begins to flex and fault
Wikipedia - Out of memory -- State of computer operation where no additional memory can be allocated
Wikipedia - Out of the Everywhere -- Book by Isaac Asimov
Wikipedia - Out There Somewhere -- 2016 platformer puzzle video game
Wikipedia - Oval track racing -- Form of auto racing where competitors duel on an oval shaped track
Wikipedia - Overactive bladder -- Condition where a person has a frequent need to urinate
Wikipedia - Overpopulation -- When a population of a species exceeds the carrying capacity of its ecological niche
Wikipedia - Overseas Minangkabau -- People of Minangkabau ethnicity who has settled elsewhere
Wikipedia - Overshoot (population) -- When a population temporarily exceeds the carrying capacity
Wikipedia - Overwhelmed -- 2014 song performed by Big Daddy Weave
Wikipedia - Overwhelming exception
Wikipedia - Oxana Slesarenko -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Packet loss -- Transmitted data not making it to where it's supposed to go
Wikipedia - Paleo Kathmandu Lake -- Former lake in Nepal, which lay where Kathmandu Valley is today
Wikipedia - Palindromic sequence -- DNA or RNA sequence that matches its complement when read backwards
Wikipedia - Pancha Sabhai -- Five temples in Tamil Nadu, India, where Lord Nataraja (Shiva) performed the Cosmic Dance
Wikipedia - Panic -- Sudden overwhelming sensation of fear and irrational response.
Wikipedia - Pannonian Sea -- Shallow ancient sea where the Pannonian Basin in Central Europe is today
Wikipedia - Paper candidate -- Candidate who stands for a political party in an electoral division where the party in question enjoys only low levels of support
Wikipedia - Parakev Arsenov -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Parapatric speciation -- Speciation within a population where subpopulations are reproductively isolated
Wikipedia - Parasitism -- relationship between species where one organism lives on or in another organism, causing it harm
Wikipedia - Parietal bone -- Bone in the human skull which, when joined together, forms the sides and roof of the cranium
Wikipedia - Paris syndrome -- Tourist experience of being overwhelmed by finally visiting Paris
Wikipedia - Paris When It Sizzles -- 1964 film directed by Richard Quine
Wikipedia - Park Kil-woo -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Parnassus on Wheels -- 1917 book by Christopher Morley
Wikipedia - Parthasarathy's theorem -- Says when particular class of games on the unit square has a mixed value
Wikipedia - Pasigraphy -- Writing system wherein each symbol represents a concept
Wikipedia - PASS device -- Device used to set off an alarm when a firefighter is in distress
Wikipedia - Passing (racial identity) -- When a person classified as one race is accepted as another
Wikipedia - Passport to Nowhere -- 1947 film
Wikipedia - Pasta processing -- Process in which wheat semolina or flour is mixed with water and the dough is extruded to a specific shape, dried and packaged
Wikipedia - Pastebin -- Type of online content hosting service where users can store plain text
Wikipedia - Patent ductus arteriosus -- Condition wherein the ductus arteriosus fails to close after birth
Wikipedia - Patient under investigation -- A person who was in close contact with a person with confirmed infection or been to place where there is an outbreak
Wikipedia - Patricia A. Wheeler -- American phycologist and oceanographer
Wikipedia - Patrick McDonald (curler) -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Patrik Burman -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Patrik Kallin -- Swedish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Patti Wheeler -- American television executive
Wikipedia - Paul Aksel Johansen -- Norwegian wheelchair curler and sport shooter
Wikipedia - Paul F. Whelan -- Irish computer scientist
Wikipedia - Paul van Winkel -- Belgian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Paul Wheaton -- American permaculture author, master gardener, software engineer, and author
Wikipedia - Paul Wheelhouse -- Scottish politician
Wikipedia - Paul Whelan -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Paul W. Whear -- American composer
Wikipedia - Pavel Savov -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Pawnless chess endgame -- Chess positions with few pieces where none of them are a pawn
Wikipedia - PayAnywhere
Wikipedia - Pe'ah -- Tractate of the Talmud about gifts to the poor when fields, vineyards or trees are harvested in the Land of Israel
Wikipedia - Peak oil -- Time when the maximum rate of petroleum extraction is reached
Wikipedia - Peak wheat
Wikipedia - Peasant with a Wheelbarrow -- 19th-century painting by Jean-Francois Millet
Wikipedia - Peat swamp forest -- Tropical moist forests where waterlogged soil prevents dead leaves and wood from fully decomposing
Wikipedia - Peel P50 -- Three-wheeled automobile
Wikipedia - Peer support -- When people provide knowledge, experience, emotional, social or practical help to each other
Wikipedia - Penny Whetton -- Australian climatologist
Wikipedia - People on Wheels -- 1966 film
Wikipedia - Pericardiocentesis -- A procedure where fluid is aspirated from the pericardium
Wikipedia - Perigean spring tide -- tide that occurs three or four times per year when the Moon's perigee coincides with a spring tide
Wikipedia - Pernille Pirchert -- Danish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Perry Hunt Wheeler -- American architect
Wikipedia - Persecution of Christians by Christians -- When a Christian denomination persecutes another Christian denomination
Wikipedia - Persistent data structure -- Data structure that always preserves the previous version of itself when it is modified
Wikipedia - Personal boundaries -- Guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits.
Wikipedia - Personal Rule -- 1629 to 1640, when Charles I ruled without parliament.
Wikipedia - Perspective (graphical) -- Form of graphical projection where the projection lines converge to one or more points
Wikipedia - Peter Jaffrey Wheatley
Wikipedia - Peter Trotter -- Australian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Peter Wheeler (politician) -- American politician
Wikipedia - Peter ZaM-EM-%ko -- Slovak wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Petting zoo -- Zoo where visitors can touch the animals
Wikipedia - Phaeton (carriage) -- Four wheeled open carriage with retractable rain cover, driven either from passenger bench or from extra bench on the back, primarily used as sports vehicle
Wikipedia - Pharyngealization -- Secondary articulation of consonants or vowels where the pharynx or epiglottis is constricted during articulation
Wikipedia - Phil Hogg -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Phillis Wheatley
Wikipedia - Photoelectric effect -- Emission of electrons when light hits a material
Wikipedia - Phyllis Harmon -- Bicycling advocate known for hand in founding the League of American Wheelmen
Wikipedia - Phytane -- Alkane formed when phytol, a constituent of chlorophyll, loses its hydroxyl group
Wikipedia - Piast the Wheelwright -- Semi-legendary Polish figure
Wikipedia - Picture dictionary -- Dictionary where the definition of a word is displayed in the form of a drawing or photograph
Wikipedia - Pig wrestling -- Contest where competitors try to grab a pig
Wikipedia - Ping flood -- Denial-of-service attack where the attacker overwhelms the victim with ICMP echo request (ping) packets
Wikipedia - Pinwheel calculator
Wikipedia - Pinwheel Galaxy -- Spiral galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major
Wikipedia - Pinwheel tiling
Wikipedia - Pinwheel (toy) -- Toy
Wikipedia - Pistol -- Type of handgun where the firing chamber is integral to the barrel
Wikipedia - Pi-system -- A non-empty family of sets where the intersection of any two members is again a member.
Wikipedia - Planarity testing -- Algorithmic problem of testing whether a given graph is a planar graph
Wikipedia - Planetary surface -- Where the solid (or liquid) material of the outer crust on certain types of astronomical objects contacts the atmosphere or outer space
Wikipedia - Plant nursery -- Facility where plants are propagated and grown to usable size
Wikipedia - Player-coach -- Condition where a team player is also coach
Wikipedia - Plunge pool -- Depression at the base of a waterfall created by the erosional force of falling water and rocks where it lands
Wikipedia - Plutchik's wheel of emotions
Wikipedia - PM-EM-^Mtatau Te Wherowhero -- First Maori king
Wikipedia - Polar coordinate system -- Two-dimensional coordinate system where each point is determined by a distance from reference point and an angle from a reference direction
Wikipedia - Polar night -- Natural phenomenon when the night lasts for more than 24 hours, occurring only inside the polar circles
Wikipedia - Polyphenism -- Type of polymorphism where different forms of an animal arise from a single genotype
Wikipedia - Pongsakorn Paeyo -- Thai wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Popcorn -- variety of corn kernel which expands and puffs up when heated
Wikipedia - Portrait painting -- Genre in painting, where the intent is to depict a specific human subject
Wikipedia - Port -- Maritime facility where ships may dock to load and discharge passengers and cargo
Wikipedia - Position effect -- Effect on the expression of a gene when its location in a chromosome is changed
Wikipedia - Position-independent code -- Machine instruction code that executes properly regardless of where in memory it resides
Wikipedia - Post-truth politics -- Political culture where facts are considered of low relevance
Wikipedia - Pothole -- A type of disruption in the surface of a roadway where a portion of the road material has broken away, leaving a hole
Wikipedia - Potluck -- Communal gathering where each guest contributes a different dish of food to be shared
Wikipedia - Potter's wheel
Wikipedia - Powerhead (firearm) -- Specialized firearm used underwater that is fired when in direct contact with the target
Wikipedia - Power-on reset -- Peripheral that generates a reset signal when power is applied
Wikipedia - Power steering -- Device that helps steer vehicles by augmenting steering effort of the steering wheel
Wikipedia - Prayer wheel -- Devotional tool in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Preben Nielsen -- Danish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Predation -- A biological interaction where a predator kills and eats a prey organism
Wikipedia - Predictive maintenance -- Determining the condition of in-service equipment in order to estimate when maintenance should be performed
Wikipedia - Pregnancy -- Time when children develop inside the mother's body before birth
Wikipedia - Pre-packaged insolvency -- Kind of bankruptcy procedure where a restructuring plan has already been agreed
Wikipedia - Pressure ulcer -- Chronic ulcer of skin where the ulcer is an ulceration of tissue deprived of adequate blood supply by prolonged pressure
Wikipedia - Pretty When You Cry -- 2001 film by Jack N. Green
Wikipedia - Priapism -- A medical condition where an erection lasts excessively long
Wikipedia - Price-Whelan 1 -- Star cluster
Wikipedia - Prison cell -- Small room in a prison or police station where a prisoner is held
Wikipedia - Prison farm -- Large correctional facility where penal labor convicts are forced to work on a farm
Wikipedia - Probiotic -- microorganisms said to provide health benefits when consumed
Wikipedia - Problem of induction -- Epistemological question of whether inductive reasoning leads to definitive knowledge understood in the classic philosophical sense
Wikipedia - Problem of two emperors -- A problem arising when multiple people claim the title of emperor
Wikipedia - Problem of universals -- Philosophical question of whether properties exist, and if so, what they are
Wikipedia - Professional diving -- Underwater diving where divers are paid for their work
Wikipedia - Promotion and relegation -- Process where teams are transferred between divisions
Wikipedia - Proper noun and common noun -- A binary classification denoting whether a noun is a single entity and is used to refer to that entity
Wikipedia - Propositional calculus -- Logical study of propositions (whether they are true or false) that are formed by other propositions with the use of logical connectives
Wikipedia - Prostitution in Nevada -- Policies regarding prostitution in only state where it is permitted in some form
Wikipedia - Proximity effect (superconductivity) -- Phenomena that occur when a superconductor is in contact with a non-superconductor
Wikipedia - PS Ireland -- Paddle wheel steamship of the White Star Line
Wikipedia - Psychopathy in the workplace -- Psychopaths typically represent a relatively small percentage of workplace staff but can do enormous damage when in senior management roles.
Wikipedia - Public-access television -- Non-commercial mass media where the general public can create content
Wikipedia - Public Domain Day -- An observance of when copyrights expire and works enter into the public domain.
Wikipedia - Pull-apart basin -- A structural basin where two overlapping faults or a fault bend creates an area of crustal extension which causes the basin to subside
Wikipedia - Pulley -- grooved wheel to support movement and change of direction of a taut cable
Wikipedia - Pulmonary embolism -- Blockage of one or more of the arteries to the lungs typically by a blood clot which has traveled from elsewhere in the body
Wikipedia - Pulse-amplitude modulation -- Form of signal modulation where information is encoded in the amplitude of a series of pulses
Wikipedia - Pycnocline -- Layer where the density gradient is greatest within a body of water
Wikipedia - Pythagorean quadruple -- Four integers where the sum of the squares of three equals the square of the fourth
Wikipedia - PythonAnywhere
Wikipedia - Qibla -- Direction that should be faced when a Muslim prays during salah
Wikipedia - Qiblih -- Location to which BahaM-JM-
Wikipedia - Q Planes -- 1939 film by Tim Whelan and Arthur B. Woods
Wikipedia - Quantum entanglement -- Correlation between measurements of quantum subsystems, even when spatially separated
Wikipedia - Quantum evolution -- Evolution where transitional forms are particularly unstable and do not last long
Wikipedia - Quartic reciprocity -- Collection of theorems in number theory on when the congruence xM-bM-^AM-4 M-bM-^IM-! p (mod q) is solvable
Wikipedia - Queen and pawn versus queen endgame -- Chess endgame where both sides have a queen and one side has an extra pawn
Wikipedia - Queen Charlotte Triple Junction -- Point where the Pacific Plate, the North American Plate, and the Explorer Plate meet
Wikipedia - Quentin Wheeler -- American hurdler
Wikipedia - Queue area -- Places where people queue or "line up" for goods or services
Wikipedia - Quinn Wheeler -- United States Virgin Islands bobsledder
Wikipedia - QWERTY -- Keyboard layout where the first line is "QWERTYUIOP"
Wikipedia - -- Video-streaming website where multiple people can remotely browse and watch the same content in real-time
Wikipedia - Rachel Whetstone
Wikipedia - Racing wheel -- Video game controller
Wikipedia - Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement
Wikipedia - Radioactive contamination -- Presence of radioactive substances where they are undesirable
Wikipedia - Radoslav M-DM-^NuriM-EM-! -- Slovak wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Rail transport in New Zealand -- Conveyance of passengers and goods by way of wheeled vehicles running on rail tracks in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Raising of school leaving age -- Act brought into force when the legal age a child is allowed to leave compulsory education increases
Wikipedia - Raleigh Twenty -- Small-wheeled bicycle
Wikipedia - Rapids -- A section of a river where the river bed is relatively steep, increasing the water's velocity and turbulence
Wikipedia - Rasputitsa -- Russian language term for two periods of the year (or "seasons") when travel on unpaved roads becomes difficult, owing to muddy conditions from rain or thawing snow.
Wikipedia - Rata (Tahitian mythology) -- Said to have become king of Tahiti when his uncle, king Tumu-nui, and his father Vahieroa (Tahitian mythology) are swallowed by a great clam while they are on their way to Pitcairn
Wikipedia - Rawat Tana -- Thai wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Ray Wheatley -- Australian boxer and sportswriter
Wikipedia - Reapers Resting in a Wheat Field -- Late 19th century painting by American impressionist John Singer Sargent
Wikipedia - Recess appointment -- An appointment by the President of a federal official when the U.S. Senate is in recess
Wikipedia - Reciprocal altruism -- Behaviour whereby an organism acts in a manner that temporarily reduces its fitness while increasing another organism's fitness in the expectation of reciprocity
Wikipedia - Reciprocity (evolution) -- Mechanisms whereby the evolution of cooperative or altruistic behaviour may be favoured by the probability of future mutual interactions
Wikipedia - Recreational vehicle terms -- Terms used when talking about recreational vehicles
Wikipedia - Rectangular potential barrier -- Area, where a potential exhibits a local maximum
Wikipedia - Red Wheat -- 1970 film
Wikipedia - Red Wheel Weiser Conari
Wikipedia - Refuge (ecology) -- Place where an organism is protected from predation
Wikipedia - Reinventing the wheel
Wikipedia - Reliant Regal -- Three-wheeled automobile
Wikipedia - Reliant Robin -- Three-wheeled car produced by the Reliant Motor Company
Wikipedia - Religious tourism -- Travel to religious sites, whether spiritual or sightseeing
Wikipedia - Renault 4CV -- Rear-engined, rear-wheel-drive, 4-door economy supermini car model
Wikipedia - Renting -- Agreement where a payment is made for the temporary use of a good, service or property owned by another
Wikipedia - Representative democracy -- Democracy where citizens elect a small set of people to represent them in decision making
Wikipedia - Reprise -- Section of a musical work where the opening material is repeated
Wikipedia - Republic -- Form of government where the head of state is elected
Wikipedia - Requeijao -- whey cheese popular in Portugal and Brazil
Wikipedia - Residential education -- Pre-college education provided in an environment where students both live and learn outside their family homes
Wikipedia - Residual carrier -- in TV broadcasting the portion of radio frequency signal when it is fully modulated
Wikipedia - Resilience (materials science) -- Material ability to absorb energy when deformed elastically
Wikipedia - Resource leak -- A particular type of resource consumption problem by a computer program where the program does not release resources it has acquired
Wikipedia - Respiratory tract -- Organs involved in transmission of air to and from the point where gases diffuse into tissue
Wikipedia - Resultant -- Tool for testing whether two polynomials have a common root
Wikipedia - Retail apocalypse -- Period in the 2010s where many American brick and mortar retail stores have closed or struggled
Wikipedia - Retirement -- Point where a person ceases employment permanently
Wikipedia - Retrocausality -- A thought experiment in philosophy of science based on elements of physics, addressing whether the future can affect the present and whether the present can affect the past
Wikipedia - Retronym -- New word created to differentiate between two words, where previously no clarification was required
Wikipedia - Reverse overshot water-wheel
Wikipedia - Reynoutria japonica -- Species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family Polygonaceae
Wikipedia - Reynoutria multiflora -- Species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family Polygonaceae
Wikipedia - Rhinorrhea -- Type of medical symptom where the nasal cavity is filled with fluid mucus
Wikipedia - Richard Fraser (curler) -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Richard Powell (athlete) -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Richard "Dick" Wheeler -- American historian and writer
Wikipedia - Richard Wheler -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - Rickshaw -- Two or three-wheeled passenger cart, of Asian origin
Wikipedia - Rift -- A linear zone where the Earth's crust is being pulled apart, and is an example of extensional tectonics
Wikipedia - Rift zone -- Part of a volcano where a set of linear cracks form
Wikipedia - Right Where You Are Sitting Now
Wikipedia - Rigouta -- Tunisian whey cheese
Wikipedia - Riitta SM-CM-$rosalo -- Finnish female wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Rikke Iversen (curler) -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Rim (wheel) -- Outer part of a wheel on which the tire is mounted
Wikipedia - Ringing rocks -- Rocks that resonate like a bell when struck
Wikipedia - Rio Star -- Ferris wheel in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Wikipedia - Rip tide -- Strong, offshore current caused by the tide pulling water through an inlet along a barrier beach, at a lagoon or inland marina where tide water flows steadily out to sea during ebb tide
Wikipedia - Rita Dal Monte -- Italian wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Rite of passage -- Ceremony or ritual of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another
Wikipedia - Rivera Triple Junction -- Place where the North American Plate, the Rivera Plate, and the Pacific Plate meet
Wikipedia - River Where The Moon Rises -- 2021 South Korean television series
Wikipedia - Road junction -- Location where two or more roads meet
Wikipedia - Road to Nowhere (film) -- 2010 film
Wikipedia - Robert Easton (athlete) -- Canadian wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Robert L. Wheeler -- American horse trainer
Wikipedia - Robert Wheatley (MP) -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - Robert Wheeler Rand
Wikipedia - Robin Whetherly -- English cricketer and soldier
Wikipedia - Rocket engine test facility -- Location where rocket engines may be tested on the ground, under controlled conditions
Wikipedia - Rocky shore -- An intertidal area of coast where solid rock predominates
Wikipedia - Rodrigues Triple Junction -- Place where the African Plate, the Indo-Australian Plate, and the Antarctic Plate meet
Wikipedia - Roger Whelpdale -- 15th-century Bishop of Carlisle
Wikipedia - Rolling and wheeled creatures in fiction and legend -- theme in fiction and legends
Wikipedia - Roll-on/roll-off -- Vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels
Wikipedia - Rollup -- Investment process where small companies are acquired and merged
Wikipedia - Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston -- Diocese of the Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Roman Kingdom -- period of Roman history when the city and its territory were ruled by kings (c.753-c.509 BC)
Wikipedia - Ronny Persson -- Swedish para alpine skier and wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Rose Hill (athlete) -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Rose Whelan Sedgewick -- American mathematician
Wikipedia - Rosita Jensen -- Danish wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Rossiter-McLaughlin effect -- Spectroscopic phenomenon observed when either an eclipsing binary's secondary star or an extrasolar planet is seen to transit across the face of the primary or parent star.
Wikipedia - Rotterdam (Or Anywhere) -- 1996 single by The Beautiful South
Wikipedia - Rowing (sport) -- A sport where individuals or teams row boats by oar
Wikipedia - Rule of law -- Political situation where every citizen is subject to the law
Wikipedia - Rule of twelfths -- An approximation to a sine curve used as a rule of thumb for estimating a changing quantity where both the quantity and the steps are easily divisible by 12
Wikipedia - Rumen Panayotov -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Rune Lorentsen -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Ruth Wheeler -- American physical chemist
Wikipedia - R v Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, ex parte A -- House of Lords appeal where a decision was quashed because it had taken into account a factual mistake
Wikipedia - Sabkha -- Salt lake above the tide line, where evaporite deposits accumulate
Wikipedia - Sabrina Sidney -- British foundling girl taken in when she was 12 by author Thomas Day
Wikipedia - Sailing stones -- Geological phenomenon where rocks move and inscribe long tracks along a smooth valley floor without human or animal intervention
Wikipedia - Salmon problem -- Argument about the territory where Proto-Indo-European language originated.
Wikipedia - Salt fingering -- A mixing process that occurs when relatively warm, salty water overlies relatively colder, fresher water
Wikipedia - Samantha Kinghorn -- Scottish wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Samay: When Time Strikes -- 2003 Hindi film
Wikipedia - Samuel P. Wheeler -- American lawyer
Wikipedia - Sam Woodward -- American wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Sandra Graf -- Swiss Paralympic wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Sanitary sewer overflow -- Condition whereby untreated sewage is discharged into the environment prior to reaching sewage treatment facilities
Wikipedia - Sarah Piercy -- British wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Sari Karjalainen -- Finnish female wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Saskatchewan Wheat Pool -- Canadian grain handling company
Wikipedia - Saul Mendoza -- Mexican wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Scarcity -- Fundamental problem of economics where there are limited resources to fulfill society's unlimited wants
Wikipedia - Schaefer's dichotomy theorem -- When a finite set S of relations yields polynomial-time or NP-complete problems
Wikipedia - Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! -- American animated television series
Wikipedia - Scot Hollonbeck -- American wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Scroll wheel
Wikipedia - Scuba replacement -- Surface-supplied diving where primary and reserve gas supplies are from high-pressure cylinders
Wikipedia - Seabed gouging by ice -- A process that occurs when floating ice features drift into shallower areas and their bottom comes into contact with and drags along a softer seabed
Wikipedia - Sean Wheelock -- MMA and Soccer Broadcaster
Wikipedia - Sean Whelan (scientist) -- British-American virologist
Wikipedia - Sea surface microlayer -- The boundary layer where all exchange occurs between the atmosphere and the ocean
Wikipedia - Secondary school -- Institution and/or building where secondary education is provided
Wikipedia - Secondary source -- Document that discusses information originally presented elsewhere
Wikipedia - Sedilia -- Seats where Catholic clergy sit during intervals in the Mass
Wikipedia - Sediment trap (geology) -- Any topographic depression where sediments substantially accumulate over time
Wikipedia - Seikanron -- An argument over whether or not to invade Korea by the Meiji government of Japan.
Wikipedia - Selective enforcement -- Power to choose whether or how to punish a person who has violated the law
Wikipedia - Selective placement -- Phenomenon in adoption studies when childrens' adoptive homes are matched to those of their parents' homes
Wikipedia - Semiconductor fabrication plant -- Factory where integrated circuits are manufactured
Wikipedia - Semolina -- Coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat
Wikipedia - Sentetsu 4-Wheel class locomotives -- 0-4-0 steam locomotive
Wikipedia - Seo Soon-seok -- South Korean wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Septic shock -- Medical condition that occurs when sepsis leads to dangerously low blood pressure
Wikipedia - Serenity (2005 film) -- 2005 space western film directed by Joss Whedon
Wikipedia - Serenity (comics) -- Comic books set in Joss Whedon's "Firefly" universe
Wikipedia - Series of tubes -- Phrase coined by Ted Stevens to describe the Internet when opposing net neutrality
Wikipedia - Serodiscordant -- Mixed status, where one partner is infected by HIV and the other is not
Wikipedia - Seven Days' Leave (1942 film) -- 1942 film by Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - Sex linkage -- Sex-specific patterns of inheritance and presentation when a gene mutation is present on a sex chromosome
Wikipedia - Sexual dimorphism -- Condition where the two sexes of the same species exhibit different characteristics
Wikipedia - Sex Workers' Rights Movement -- Movement to improve working conditions, increase benefits and eliminate discrimination on behalf of individuals working within the sex industry, whether legal or criminalized
Wikipedia - Shadow -- Area where direct light from a light source cannot reach due to obstruction by an object
Wikipedia - Sharon Wheatley -- American actress
Wikipedia - Shazzan -- Late '60s cartoon with two teens aided by genie Shazzan when they join their rings and call his name
Wikipedia - Sheave -- Grooved wheel used for holding a belt, wire or rope
Wikipedia - She'll Follow You Anywhere -- 1971 film by David C. Rea
Wikipedia - Shifting balance theory -- A theory suggesting that adaptive evolution may proceed most quickly when subpopulations have restricted gene flow
Wikipedia - Shirley Reilly -- American wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Shot/reverse shot -- Film technique where one character is shown looking at another character, then the other character is shown looking at the first
Wikipedia - Shrubbery -- Wide border to a garden where shrubs are thickly planted
Wikipedia - Shutter speed -- The length of time when the film or digital sensor inside a camera is exposed to light
Wikipedia - Sick building syndrome -- A health concern, where people in a building suffer from symptoms of illness or become infected with chronic disease from the building in which they work or reside
Wikipedia - Siddhashila -- Area in Jain cosmology where the Jains believe people who have become arihants and tirthankaras go after they die and attain moksha
Wikipedia - Sidecar -- One-wheeled device attached to a two wheeled vehicle to make the whole a three wheeled vehicle
Wikipedia - Side collision -- Vehicle crash where the side of one or more vehicles is impacted
Wikipedia - Sidemount diving -- Diving using an equipment configuration where the scuba sets are clipped to the sides of the harness
Wikipedia - Sigma coordinate system -- A coordinate system used in computational models for oceanography, meteorology and other fields where fluid dynamics are relevant
Wikipedia - Silas C. Overpack -- American blacksmith, wheelwright, and businessman
Wikipedia - Silly season -- Annual period when frivolous news becomes more common
Wikipedia - Silver rush -- When the discovery of silver-bearing ore sparks a mass migration of individuals seeking wealth
Wikipedia - Silvia Obrist -- Swiss wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Simpson's paradox -- A phenomenon in probability and statistics, in which a trend appears in groups of data but disappears when these groups are combined
Wikipedia - Simultaneous exhibition -- Board game exhibition where one player plays multiple games simultaneously against a number of other players.
Wikipedia - Singapore Flyer -- Ferris wheel in Singapore
Wikipedia - Single-track railway -- Railway where trains traveling in both directions share the same track
Wikipedia - Singularity (mathematics) -- Point where a function, a curve or another mathematical object does not behave regularly
Wikipedia - Sinus rhythm -- Any cardiac rhythm where depolarisation of the cardiac muscle begins at the sinus node
Wikipedia - Sir Granville Wheler, 1st Baronet -- British MP (1872-1927)
Wikipedia - Sissel Lochen -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Site survey -- Inspections of an area where work is proposed, to gather information
Wikipedia - Situational ethics -- Takes into account the particular context of an act when evaluating it ethically
Wikipedia - Skateboard -- Wheeled wooden board used for skateboarding
Wikipedia - Skowhegan Free Public Library -- United States national historic place
Wikipedia - SkyView de Pier -- Ferris wheel in Scheveningen, Netherlands
Wikipedia - SkyView Rotterdam -- Ferris wheel in Rotterdam
Wikipedia - SkyWheel Helsinki -- Ferris wheel in Helsinki
Wikipedia - Slab window -- A gap that forms in a subducted oceanic plate when a mid-ocean ridge meets with a subduction zone and the ridge is subducted
Wikipedia - Slack water -- A short period in a body of tidal water when the water is completely unstressed, and there is no movement either way in the tidal stream, and which occurs before the direction of the tidal stream reverses
Wikipedia - Slaughterhouse -- Facility where animals are slaughtered for meat
Wikipedia - Slave market -- Place where slaves are bought and sold
Wikipedia - Sleepover -- A party most commonly held by children or teenagers, where a guest or guests are invited to stay overnight at the home of a friend
Wikipedia - Sleep When I'm Dead -- 2008 single by The Cure
Wikipedia - Small-world network -- Mathematical graph where most nodes can be reached by a small number of steps
Wikipedia - Smokeless powder -- Type of propellant used in firearms, artillery, rocketry, explosives, and pyrotechnics that produces negligible smoke when fired
Wikipedia - SN2 reaction -- A substitution reaction where bonds are broken and formed simultaneously
Wikipedia - Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work
Wikipedia - Snowbelt -- Region in North America where heavy snowfall is common
Wikipedia - Soba -- Thin Japanese noodle made from buckwheat flour
Wikipedia - Social anxiety -- Discomfort or a fear when a person is in social interactions
Wikipedia - Social club -- Group of people or place where they meet
Wikipedia - Social Interaction Anxiety Scale -- Self-report scale that measures distress when meeting and talking with others
Wikipedia - Social loafing -- Person exerting less effort to achieve a goal when in a group than working alone
Wikipedia - Social pornography -- Journalism where persons are exposed in an intimate way for entertainment to satisfy a "peeping" mentality in the audience
Wikipedia - Soda bread -- Wheat bread leavened with baking soda
Wikipedia - Solar eclipse -- Natural phenomenon wherein the Sun is obscured by the Moon
Wikipedia - Solar maximum -- Period when the sun's output is greatest
Wikipedia - Solstice -- semi-annual astronomical event where the Sun is farthest from above the Earth's equator
Wikipedia - Someone, Somewhere -- 2019 film
Wikipedia - Sometimes When We Touch -- 1977 Dan Hill song
Wikipedia - Somewhere Beyond Love -- 1974 film
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Wikipedia - Somewhere Down the Barrel -- 2004 single by The Dissociatives
Wikipedia - Somewhere Down the Crazy River
Wikipedia - Somewhere Else (Razorlight song) -- 2005 single by Razorlight
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Wikipedia - Somewhere in Berlin -- 1946 film
Wikipedia - Somewhere in France -- 1916 war drama film directed by Charles Giblyn
Wikipedia - Somewhere in Neverland
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Wikipedia - Somewhere in Sonora -- 1933 film
Wikipedia - Somewhere in Turkey -- 1918 film
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Wikipedia - Somewhere Only We Know (film) -- 2015 film by Xu Jinglei
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Wikipedia - Somewhere Out There (James Horner song)
Wikipedia - Somewhere Under Heaven -- 1992 song by Tom Petty
Wikipedia - Song for Someone (album) -- 1973 studio album by Kenny Wheeler
Wikipedia - Sonja Gaudet -- Canadian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - South Central Siberia -- Geographical region north of the point where Russia, China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia come together
Wikipedia - South Pole -- Southern point where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects its surface
Wikipedia - South pole -- Southern point where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects its surface
Wikipedia - South Wheatley, Nottinghamshire -- settlement in Nottinghamshire, England
Wikipedia - Spacecraft cemetery -- Area in the southern Pacific Ocean where spacecraft have been routinely deposited
Wikipedia - Spa -- Location where mineral-rich spring water is used to give medicinal baths
Wikipedia - Spear-thrower -- Tool to give more leverage when throwing a dart-like projectile
Wikipedia - Speed dating -- Matchmaking event where people meet potential partners for a short period of time
Wikipedia - Spencer Carlin -- Fictional character from the television series South of Nowhere
Wikipedia - Spillover infection -- Occurs when a reservoir population causes an epidemic in a novel host population
Wikipedia - Spinning the Wheel -- 1996 single by George Michael
Wikipedia - Spinning wheel -- Device for spinning thread, yarn, or silk from natural or synthetic fibers
Wikipedia - Spin the Wheel (Bellefire song) -- 2004 single by Bellefire
Wikipedia - Spin the Wheel (game show) -- American television game show
Wikipedia - Spirit level -- Tool to indicate whether a surface is level or plumb
Wikipedia - Spirit world (Latter Day Saints) -- In LDS theology, realm where the spirits of the dead await the resurrection
Wikipedia - Spoke -- Part of a wheel extending radially from the hub to the rim
Wikipedia - Sports car racing -- Auto racing on circuits with two seat cars and enclosed wheels
Wikipedia - Sprocket -- Toothed wheel or cog
Wikipedia - Sprout damage -- Premature sprouting of wheat grains
Wikipedia - Spurious languages -- Language which has been reported to exist in reputable works where subsequent research has demonstrated that it does not exist
Wikipedia - SQL Anywhere
Wikipedia - Square root of 2 -- Unique positive real number which when multiplied by itself gives 2
Wikipedia - Square root of 3 -- Unique positive real number which when multiplied by itself gives 3
Wikipedia - Squatting position -- resting posture where the weight of the body is on the feet but the knees and hips are bent
Wikipedia - Squid as food -- Squid used as food, commonly eaten in the Mediterranean, in East Asia, and elsewhere
Wikipedia - SS Arago (1855) -- Wooden hulled, brig-rigged, sidewheel steamer built in 1855
Wikipedia - SS Central America -- Sidewheel steamer ship
Wikipedia - Stable cell -- Cell that multiplies only when needed
Wikipedia - Staging area -- Location where items are gathered before use
Wikipedia - Stalemate -- Situation in chess where no legal move can be made
Wikipedia - Standard anatomical position -- Organism when it is in its standard anatomical position
Wikipedia - Stand-up comedy -- Comedy style where the performer addresses the audience directly
Wikipedia - Stanford Engineering Everywhere
Wikipedia - Stated income loan -- Mortgage where borrowers state their income
Wikipedia - Stateless society -- anthropological phenomenon of societies where state-like social organisation is not present
Wikipedia - Steam Wheel Tank
Wikipedia - Steep coast -- A stretch of coastline where the mainland descends abruptly into the sea.
Wikipedia - Steering-wheel lock -- Automotive theft-deterrent system
Wikipedia - St. Elsewhere -- Television series
Wikipedia - Stepfamily -- Family where one parent has children that are not genetically related to the other parent
Wikipedia - Stephen R. Lawhead
Wikipedia - Stepney Green cavern -- Underground junction where Crossrail spits into two branches
Wikipedia - Steve Emt -- American wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Steve Wheatcroft -- American golfer
Wikipedia - Strabismus -- Eyes not aligning when looking at something
Wikipedia - Strangers When We Meet (David Bowie song) -- Song by David Bowie
Wikipedia - Strawhead (band) -- English folk band
Wikipedia - Strawhead -- Play written by Norman Mailer and Richard Hannum
Wikipedia - Straw purchase -- Purchase wherein an agent agrees to acquire a good or service for someone else
Wikipedia - Stretching -- Form of physical exercise where a muscle is stretched to improve it
Wikipedia - Stuart Wheeler -- British businessman and politician
Wikipedia - Stuck in the Middle with You -- 1973 single by Stealers Wheel
Wikipedia - Subduction -- A geological process at convergent tectonic plate boundaries where one plate moves under the other
Wikipedia - Subject-verb-object -- Sentence structure where the subject comes 1st, the verb 2nd, the object 3rd (e.g. M-bM-^@M-^\I ate a pieM-bM-^@M-^]); the default word order in English as well as Cantonese, French, Hausa, Italian, Malay, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, etc.
Wikipedia - Sublimation (psychology) -- Type defense mechanism where socially unacceptable impulses or idealizations are unconsciously transformed into socially acceptable actions or behavior
Wikipedia - Submersion (coastal management) -- Sustainable cyclic portion of coastal erosion where coastal sediments move from the visible portion of a beach to the submerged nearshore region, and later return to the original visible portion of the beach
Wikipedia - Suddenly Naked -- 2001 film by Anne Wheeler
Wikipedia - Summer solstice -- Astronomical phenomenon when Earth's axial tilt toward the Sun is a maximum (currently 23.44M-BM-0)
Wikipedia - Summer squash -- Squashes harvested when immature when rind is tender and edible
Wikipedia - Sum of two squares theorem -- Relates the prime decomposition of an integer > 1 to whether it is the sum of 2 squares
Wikipedia - Sunda Trench -- An oceanic trench in the Indian Ocean near Sumatra where the Australian-Capricorn plates subduct under a part of the Eurasian Plate.
Wikipedia - Sunrise -- The time of day when the sun appears above the eastern horizon
Wikipedia - Superheroes Are Everywhere -- 2019 children's picture book by Kamala Harris
Wikipedia - Superposed order -- Architectural system where successive storeys of a building have different orders
Wikipedia - Supply chain -- System for moving a product or service from where it is produced to where it is consumed
Wikipedia - Support (mathematics) -- the part of the domain of a mathematical function where the function takes non-zero values
Wikipedia - Surface layer -- The layer of a turbulent fluid most affected by interaction with a solid surface or the surface separating a gas and a liquid where the characteristics of the turbulence depend on distance from the interface
Wikipedia - Surf zone -- The nearshore zone where wave water comes onto the shore
Wikipedia - Surjection of FrM-CM-)chet spaces -- A theorem characterizing when a continuous linear map between FrM-CM-)chet spaces is surjective.
Wikipedia - Surveyor's wheel -- Distance-measuring device
Wikipedia - Suspensory ligament of penis -- Holds the penis close to the pubic bone and supports it when erect
Wikipedia - Sussie Pedersen -- Danish wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Sustainable Development Goal 1 -- The first of 17 Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty everywhere
Wikipedia - Svetlana Pakhomova -- Russian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Svetozar Kirov -- Bulgarian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Switch-reference -- Any clause-level morpheme that signals whether certain prominent arguments in 'adjacent' clauses are coreferential
Wikipedia - Symbolic simulation -- Form of simulation where many possible executions of a system are considered simultaneously
Wikipedia - Tacking (sailing) -- Basic sailing maneuver, where ship turns its bow through the wind
Wikipedia - Taco -- Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling, salsa and guacamole
Wikipedia - Takashi Hidai -- Japanese wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Take Me Somewhere Nice -- 2019 film
Wikipedia - Tanzil -- Descent of God's message from heaven to earth where it was revealed to Muhammad
Wikipedia - Tapinoma wheeleri -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Tarah Wheeler -- American cybersecurity executive and diversity activist
Wikipedia - Tavern -- Place of business where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages and be served food
Wikipedia - Tawheed
Wikipedia - Technical draw -- Term used in boxing when a fight has to be stopped
Wikipedia - Ted Vince -- Canadian wheelchair athlete
Wikipedia - Ted Wheeler -- Mayor of Portland, Oregon, United States; former State treasurer of Oregon
Wikipedia - Tell Me When -- 1994 single by The Human League
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Wikipedia - Temporoparietal junction -- Area of the brain where the temporal and parietal lobes meet
Wikipedia - Ten-digit dialing -- Inclusion of an area code in a North American telephone number when dialing
Wikipedia - Tennessee's 9th congressional district -- Largely urban district entirely contained in Shelby County, where Memphis is located
Wikipedia - Terje Rafdal -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Termination (geomorphology) -- The period of time during an glacial cycle when there is a relatively rapid transition from full glacial climates to full interglacial climates
Wikipedia - Terracette -- A ridge on a hillside formed when saturated soil particles expand, then contract as they dry, causing them to move slowly downhill
Wikipedia - Terrorism and tourism in Egypt -- When terrorist attacks are specifically aimed at Egypt's tourists
Wikipedia - Tessa Wheeler -- British archaeologist
Wikipedia - Tetrarchy -- Period of Roman history when power was divided among four rulers
Wikipedia - Text comics -- Oldest form of comics, where the stories are told in captions below the images
Wikipedia - Text (literary theory) -- Any object that can be "read", whether this object is a work of literature, a street sign, an arrangement of buildings on a city block, or styles of clothing
Wikipedia - That's Exactly What I Wanted... Exactly That -- 2007 album by Wheat
Wikipedia - That's When I Reach for My Revolver -- 1996 single by Mission of Burma
Wikipedia - The Adventure of Charlie and His Wheat-Straw Hat -- Children's book
Wikipedia - The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open -- 2019 film
Wikipedia - The Boy Who Cried Wolf -- AesopM-bM-^@M-^Ys fable: M-bM-^@M-^ shepherd who repeatedly falsely cried wolf is not believed when wolves actually attackM-bM-^@M-^]
Wikipedia - The Burning Wheel (poetry collection)
Wikipedia - The Catherine Wheel (album)
Wikipedia - The Color Wheel -- 2011 film by Alex Ross Perry
Wikipedia - The Cousin from Nowhere (1934 film) -- 1934 film
Wikipedia - The Cousin from Nowhere (1953 film) -- 1953 film
Wikipedia - The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl -- Chinese folk tale
Wikipedia - The Duel: A Story Where Truth Is Mere Detail -- 2005 film directed by Marcos Jorge
Wikipedia - The Emergency (India) -- 21-month period in the history of India when PM Indira Gandhi the assumed extraordinary powers
Wikipedia - The Ferris Wheel (film) -- 1993 film
Wikipedia - The Field Where I Died
Wikipedia - The Game (mind game) -- Mental game where the objective is to avoid thinking about The Game itself
Wikipedia - The Horse, the Wheel, and Language -- 2007 book by David W. Anthony
Wikipedia - The Lady from Nowhere -- 1931 film
Wikipedia - The Mad Doctor (1941 film) -- 1941 film by Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - The Money Wheel -- American television program
Wikipedia - The Murder Man -- 1935 film by Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - The Perfect Gentleman (film) -- 1935 film by Tim Whelan
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Wikipedia - The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends -- 2007 album
Wikipedia - The Red Wheelbarrow -- Poem by William Carlos Williams
Wikipedia - Therese KM-CM-$mpfer -- Swiss wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Thermal flywheel effect
Wikipedia - Thermal wheel
Wikipedia - Thermodynamic equilibrium -- State of thermodynamic system(s) where no net macroscopic flow of matter or energy occurs
Wikipedia - The Room Where It Happened -- Memoir by John Bolton
Wikipedia - The Sheik of Araby -- 1921 song with music by Ted Snyder and lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Francis Wheeler
Wikipedia - The Sky Is Everywhere
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Wikipedia - The Summit (Wheatfield, New York) -- Former shopping mall outside Niagara Falls, New York
Wikipedia - The Thief of Bagdad (1940 film) -- 1940 film by Ludwig Berger, Alexander Korda, Michael Powell, William Cameron Menzies, Zoltan Korda, Tim Whelan
Wikipedia - The Turning Wheel
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Wikipedia - The Wheat Field -- Series of paintings by Vincent van Gogh
Wikipedia - The Wheel (1925 film) -- 1925 film
Wikipedia - The Wheel at ICON Park Orlando -- Ferris wheel in Orlando, Florida
Wikipedia - The Wheel of Life (1929 film) -- 1929 film
Wikipedia - The Wheel of Love and Other Stories -- short story collection by Joyce Carol Oates
Wikipedia - The Wheel of the Law -- 1916 film by George D. Baker
Wikipedia - The Wheel of Time Companion -- Reference book for The Wheel of Time novels by Robert Jordan
Wikipedia - The Wheel of Time (TV series) -- Upcoming American fantasy television series
Wikipedia - The Wheel of Time -- Series of fantasy novels by Robert Jordan
Wikipedia - The Wheels of Chance (film) -- 1922 film
Wikipedia - The Wheels of Destiny -- 1923 film
Wikipedia - The Wheel (song) -- Single by PJ Harvey
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Wikipedia - The Whetstone of Witte -- Book by Robert Recorde
Wikipedia - The Wil Wheaton Project
Wikipedia - The Wind from Nowhere -- 1961 novel by J. G. Ballard
Wikipedia - Thigh gap -- Space between the inner thighs when standing upright with both knees touching
Wikipedia - Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead -- 1995 film by Gary Fleder
Wikipedia - This Is Where I Came In (song) -- 2001 single by Bee Gees
Wikipedia - This Is Where I Leave You -- 2014 film
Wikipedia - This Wheel's on Fire: Levon Helm and the Story of The Band
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Wikipedia - Thomas J. Wheeler -- American judge
Wikipedia - Thomas J. Whelan (mayor) -- American politician
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Wikipedia - Thornycroft Hathi -- Four wheel drive artillery tractor
Wikipedia - Thoughts and prayers -- English language phrase used when offering condolences
Wikipedia - Three Kingdoms of Korea -- Period of Korean history, where three kingdoms (Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla) coexisted on the Korean peninsula
Wikipedia - Three Kingdoms -- period of Chinese history (220-280 AD), where much of China was divided into the Wei, Shu-Han, and Wu kingdoms
Wikipedia - Three Shire Heads -- Point where Cheshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire meet
Wikipedia - Three Turnings of the Wheel of Dharma -- concept within Buddhism
Wikipedia - Three-volume novel -- Format of novel publishing, where a novel or series of connected novels are published in three volumes
Wikipedia - Three-wheeler -- Vehicle with three wheels
Wikipedia - Thunderstone (folklore) -- Flint arrowheads and axes, turned up by farmer's plows, considered to have fallen from the sky and thus worshiped
Wikipedia - Tibetan prayer wheel
Wikipedia - Tidal circularization -- An effect of the tidal forces between an orbiting body, and the primary object that it orbits whereby the eccentricity of the orbit is reduced over time
Wikipedia - Tidal resonance -- Phenomenon that occurs when the tide excites a resonant mode of a part of an ocean, producing a higher tidal range
Wikipedia - Tideline -- Surface border where two currents in the ocean converge. Driftwood, floating seaweed, foam, and other floating debris may accumulate
Wikipedia - Till the Wheels Fall Off (Hot Water Music album) -- album by Hot Water Music
Wikipedia - Time slip -- Plot device in fiction where a character changes time periods
Wikipedia - Tim Whelan (politician) -- Massachusetts politician
Wikipedia - Tinnitus -- Perception of sound within the human ear ("ringing of the ears") when no external sound is present
Wikipedia - Tire -- Ring-shaped covering that fits around a wheel's rim
Wikipedia - Toby Gold -- English wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Toilet paper orientation -- Whether free end of a roll is adjacent or away from a wall
Wikipedia - Toll-free telephone number -- Type of telephone number where the subscriber thereof is billed instead of the calling party
Wikipedia - Toll point -- Place on a canal where a fee was collected as boats carrying cargo passed
Wikipedia - Tomb of Jesus -- Any place where it is believed that Jesus was entombed
Wikipedia - Tom Wheatcroft -- English businessman
Wikipedia - Tone terracing -- Where the high or mid tones shift downward in pitch after certain other tones
Wikipedia - Tophet -- Location in Jerusalem where human sacrifice was practiced
Wikipedia - Torelli theorem -- Describes when a compact Riemann surface is determined by its Jacobian variety
Wikipedia - Tornado Alley -- Geographical area in the United States where tornadoes commonly occur
Wikipedia - Tornado watch -- A watch issued when conditions are favorable for tornadoes.
Wikipedia - Toru Utumi -- Japanese wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Totality of the circumstances -- Refers to a method of analysis where decisions are based on all available information
Wikipedia - Totteridge & Whetstone tube station -- London Underground station
Wikipedia - Tourist attraction -- Place of interest where tourists visit
Wikipedia - Town hall meeting -- Reception where local and national politicians to meet with their constituents
Wikipedia - Toyota Amphitheatre -- Concert venue in Wheatland, California, United States
Wikipedia - Toyota Land Cruiser -- Series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by Toyota
Wikipedia - Toyota Type 73 Medium Truck -- an all-terrain four-wheel drive (4x4) truck
Wikipedia - Traffic collision -- When a vehicle collides with another object
Wikipedia - Train station -- Railway facility where trains regularly stop to load or unload passengers and/or freight
Wikipedia - Transcription factories -- Sites in the cell nucleus where DNA transcription occurs
Wikipedia - Transverse arrowhead
Wikipedia - Treadwheel -- Form of engine typically powered by humans
Wikipedia - Tree conservation areas in Singapore -- large urban areas where no large trees may be felled without authorisation
Wikipedia - Trigram -- Special case of the n-gram, where n is 3
Wikipedia - Trine Fissum -- Norwegian wheelchair curler
Wikipedia - Trinity Episcopal Church (Wheaton, Illinois) -- Historic church
Wikipedia - Triple divide -- Point where three drainage basins meet
Wikipedia - Triple junction -- The point where the boundaries of three tectonic plates meet
Wikipedia - Triple point -- Thermodynamic point where three matter phases exist
Wikipedia - Tripoint -- Geographical point where three territories' borders meet
Wikipedia - Triradiate pelvic girdle -- A shared anatomical feature common to archosaurs where the pelvis has three prongs with an elongate pubis and ischium
Wikipedia - Triticeae glutens -- Seed storage protein in mature wheat seeds
Wikipedia - Trivial objections -- A method used in arguments where irrelevant objections are made
Wikipedia - Tufa -- Porous limestone rock formed when carbonate minerals precipitate out of ambient temperature water
Wikipedia - Tuilik -- A watertight jacket used when paddling a kayak
Wikipedia - Tundra -- Biome where plant growth is hindered by cold temperatures
Wikipedia - Tuomo Aarnikka -- Finnish male wheelchair curler and Paralympian
Wikipedia - Turkification -- Cultural shift whereby populations or states adopted a historical Turkic culture
Wikipedia - Turkish dance -- Folk dances of Turkey and Turks elsewhere
Wikipedia - Turning points during World War II -- Points during World War II when the momentum of the war significantly shifted
Wikipedia - Tushar Patel -- British wheelchair racer
Wikipedia - Tuya -- A flat-topped, steep-sided volcano formed when lava erupts through a thick glacier or ice sheet
Wikipedia - TVB Anywhere -- online pay-TV and shopping platform
Wikipedia - TV Everywhere -- Authentication for streaming video
Wikipedia - TVS Motor Company -- Indian 2 and 3-wheeler manufacturing company
Wikipedia - Twelve wheel drive -- Drivetrain configuration of twelve wheels driven simultaneously by the engine
Wikipedia - Twilight -- Illumination of atmosphere when the Sun is not directly visible because it is below horizon
Wikipedia - Two Chinas -- Refers to the situation where two political entities each name themselves "China"
Wikipedia - Two-round system -- Voting system used to elect a single winner where a second round of voting is used if no candidate wins an absolute majority in the first round
Wikipedia - Type 16 maneuver combat vehicle -- Wheeled tank destroyer
Wikipedia - Typosquatting -- Form of cybersquatting which relies on mistakes when inputting a website address
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Wikipedia - Tzoah Rotachat -- Location in Gehenna where the souls of Jews who committed certain sins are sent for punishment.
Wikipedia - Ubi pus, ibi evacua -- Medical Latin saying meaning, "Where there is pus, evacuate it."
Wikipedia - Ultimate Wheels -- 2011 single by KAT-TUN
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Wikipedia - Umoja: The Village Where Men Are Forbidden -- 2009 French documentary film
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Wikipedia - Underwater tending point -- Place where the diver's umbilical is restrained or controlled
Wikipedia - Unicycle -- One-wheeled mode of transportation
Wikipedia - Univocity of being -- The idea that words describing the properties of God mean the same thing as when they apply to people or things
Wikipedia - Unjuried -- Art exhibition or festival where all submissions are accepted
Wikipedia - Unknotting problem -- Determining whether a knot is the unknot
Wikipedia - Unlimited company -- company where shareholders/members have unlimited legal liability
Wikipedia - Upset welding -- Electric resistance welding technique where the heated parts are forced together resulting in a thickened section along the weld area
Wikipedia - Up Where We Belong -- 1982 song performed by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes for the film "An Officer and a Gentleman"
Wikipedia - Urs Bucher -- Swiss wheelchair curler and Paralympian
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Wikipedia - USS Columbine (1862) -- US Navy side-wheel steamer in service 1862-1864
Wikipedia - USS Queen of the West (1854) -- sidewheel steamer ram ship
Wikipedia - USS Saginaw (1859) -- American sidewheel sloop-of-war
Wikipedia - USS Sumter (1863) -- 525-ton sidewheel paddle streamer
Wikipedia - USS Susquehanna (1850) -- Sidewheel steam frigate
Wikipedia - USS Wateree (1863) -- United States Navy sidewheel gunboat
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Wikipedia - Vacuum forming -- A simplified version of thermoforming, where a sheet of plastic is heated, stretched, and forced against a single-surface mold by a vacuum
Wikipedia - Valeriy Chepilko -- Russian wheelchair curler
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Earthworm Jim (1995 - 1996) - The TV show Earthworm Jim is based on a video game by the same name. As in the video game, our main character is Earthworm Jim, an annelid with a power suit. His best friend is Peter Puppy, a scared doggy, but when Peter gets mad... Let's say you do NOT wanna be in the vicinity. His love interest is...
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The PJs (1999 - 2001) - The Emmy Award winning PJ's was the first primetime stop-motion series produced for television. Thurgood Stubbs lives with his wife Muriel in the housing project where he is the chief superintendent. The show, created by Eddie Murphy (who provides Stubbs' voice), follows the adventures of the Stubbs...
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Danger Mouse (1981 - 1992) - Danger Mouse is a British detective who lives under a post box at 221B Baker Street. Address sound familiar...? That's where Sherlock Holmes lived! At any given moment, the comscreen could flicker to life and Colenol K would apprise our hero of some evil plot to take over the world or otherwise dast...
Rainbow Brite (1984 - 1985) - Rainbow Brite originated as a Hallmark character and soon starred in her own animated TV series in December 1984. The 13-episode series started on another planet, when a girl called Wisp discovers an end to the universe's dark times through the Rainbow Belt and becomes the keeper of color. Thus her...
Roseanne (1988 - 1997) - The story of an average family and their daily struggles. It is at the end revealed that the entire series is actualy her writing a novel in the writing room that Dan built for her, and that Dan actualy died when he had the heart attack. Its also revealed that she never won the lottery. The theme so...
Nickelodeon SNICK (1992 - 2005) - A block that used to air saturday nights from 8pm-10pm back when Nickelodeon was in its prime. Near the end it was showing very few of the classic SNICK shows. In 2001 a spinoff block titled TeeNick aired sunday nights but however in spring 2004 TeeNick snagged SNICK's lineup.
The Noozles (1988 - 1989) - Noozles was based on the basic storyline of a girl named Sandy, who gets a stuffed Koala bear from her grandmother (who got it from a package lost at sea for many years). When Sandy nuzzled its nose, he came to life. His name was Blinky. Soon, his sister Pinky came along and she wanted to take h...
Turbo Teen (1984 - 1984) - Not only was Brett Matthews a great sports car driver, he was also a great sports car! Following an accident in which he crashed into a science lab where a top-secret transfer ray was being developed, Brett had the ability to turn himself into a car whenever his body temperature reached a certain le...
Mighty Ducks:The Animated Series (1996 - 1997) - The Mighty Ducks, an intergalactic ice-hockey team from another dimension, are trapped on Earth during a fight against their arch- rival. With no way to get home, they build their headquarters under a defunct hockey rink, and the crowds soon return. In their spare time, they battle criminals whereve...
Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego (1994 - 1999) - Ivy and Zack, two junior detectives, travel through time and the world to stop Carmen Sandiego from stealing priceless historical artifacts.
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James Bond Jr. (1991 - 1992) - What do you get when you take one suave British spy and subtract the shaken-not-stirred martinis and sultry ladies with double entendre names? G-rated James Bond Jr., that's who.
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Jayce And The Wheeled Warriors (1985 - 1986) - The plot follows protagonists Jayce, Flora, Herc Stormsailor, Oon, and Gillian, in search of Jayce's father Audric, and opposing antagonist Saw Boss and his followers, the Monster Minds.
Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (1999 - 2001) - Maggie creates her own map of her imaginary world called Nowhere Land that, in reality, takes the characters nowhere. She imagines that characters Beast and Hamilton Hocks are her friends. The show also features friends like mice, cows, and rabbits.
Captain Planet (1990 - 1996) - 5 Teens were each given powers in the forms of rings they controled earth, water, fire, wind and heart and when they combinded their powers they could summon CAPTIAN PLANET!!! The show was basiclly about people who would always pollute and Captian Planet would stop them and clean everything up.
The Littlest Hobo (1979 - 1985) - London is an extremely intelligent, wandering German shepherd who walks into a different place in each episode of this long-running television series, and comes upon people down on their luck or in trouble. London always befriends and helps the struggling person or persons. Then, when his job is don...
BraveStarr (1987 - 1989) - In the distant future, a planet called New Texas hangs somewhere in the vast unknowns of space. On this planet many mining concerns took place, ore and other precious metals. Of course, any show of valuables in these times means outlaws and bandits will soon come, and come they did, stealing, harass...
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Where's Waldo? (1991 - 1992) - Where's Waldo is about this guy named Waldo that travels all around the world and then he hides in the crowds and then You The Loyal Viewers Must Find Him Before The Clock Runs Out.
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The Six Million Dollar Man (1974 - 1978) - Colonel Steve Austin was a top NASA pilot, critically injured when his experimental spaceplane crashed. Oscar Goldman, head of the OSI (a government organization that develops new technologies), used Austin as a test subject for an experimental procedure. His body was rebuilt using incredible cybe...
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Noozles (1988 - 1993) - The Noozles was a light cartoon show that made use of Koalas. The show centered on the adventures of Sandy, a twelve year old girl, a stuffed koala bear named Blinky that came to life when you rubbed your nose with his, and Blinky's sister Pinky (who had the same voice as Angelica from Rugrats). Thi...
King Arthur and the Knights of Justice (1992 - 1993) - When the real King Arthur and his knights are captured by the evil sorceress, Morgana, Merlin is forced to use his magic to find suitable replacements. The group he finds is a day of modern day highschool football players, known as the Knights. With his magical might, he transports these young men...
Bananaman (1983 - 1986) - Stupid, but well-meaning and super-strong super-hero, Bananaman gets his strength from eating bananas. Before he eats a banana, Bananaman is a young boy called Eric who is keen to keep his alter-ego a secret. His best friend is a crow who brings bananas to Eric (or Bananaman) when they are needed fo...
Press Your Luck (1983 - Current) - Press Your Luck was a CBS game show where contestants tried to win money and various prizes by avoiding the evil Whammy that would take all their winnings away or even kick the contestants out of the game. The object was for three contestants to answer multiple choice questions. Host Peter Tomarken...
Friday the 13th: The Series (1987 - 1990) - This show had nothing to do with the movies. An old antique dealer sold cursed antiques. When he dies his nephew and neice take ownership of the shop. They realize the antiques were cursed so they set out to get these artifacts back.
Road Rovers (1996 - 1997) - They are an elite team of crime fighting dogs chosen from around the world. When the call goes out they rush from their homes (they live with heads of state around the world) and return to the Master who turns them into Cano-Sapiens (super charged dogs) The team consists of: Exile the Siberian Husky...
Friends (1994 - 2004) - When we start the show, Rachel Green comes in wearing a wedding dress after leaving her fiances at the altar. Rachel worked at Central Perk for awhile and finally gets a job at Bloomingdale's and Ralph Lauren. She has a baby with Ross Geller and they decide to keep the baby. Ross Geller is a paleon...
Madeline (1988 - 2002) - A children's show based on the books by Ludwig Bemelmans. The show was about the adventure of Madeline who live in an orphanage with eleven other little girls with a nun. It took place in Paris,France where she got in to all kinds of mischief where she would need help to get out of it. It started o...
The Greatest American Hero (1981 - 1983) - Ralph Hinkley, a high school teacher, is chosen by aliens to fight evil with superhuman powers via a bright red suit and an instruction manual. Unfortunately Ralph manages to lose the instructions in the middle of nowhere and he's stuck with powers he has no idea to control. Now, with the help of...
Double Dragon (1993 - 1995) - the story is about when twin brothers jimmy and billy were abandoned at birth, they become trained in the dragon arts. when the twins became adults, the sensai gave them the ability to use the power of the double dragon. whare they can transform by puting there sourds together. the twins use the pow...
The Famous Jett Jackson (1998 - 2001) - A young actor named Jett Jackson plays a teenage super-agent on a fictional TV show-within-a-show called Silverstone. He lived with his publicist mom in LA but moved along with the show to a small town where his dad is a Sheriff. He hangs with his friends and ends up in wacky situatons.
Pirates of Dark Water (1991 - 1992) - When Ren rescues a stranger foundering in the rocks near his home, he learns the man was his true father, a great king. Given a magic compass crystal, Ren is to a dragon who shows him that the only way to claim his heritage is to find the Thirteen Treasures of Rule. Unfortunately, a pirate ship capt...
The Big O (1999 - 2003) - Roger Smith acts as a negotiator in a city where everyone has lost their memories and decide to keep it that way. When he isn't helping hostage situations, he's averting major disasters in a giant robot known as Big O. Although Roger has no idea why the "megadeus" (Big O) responds to his commands or...
My Pet Monster (1987 - 1987) - An ordinary monster doll comes to life when his shackles are released by a magic key.
Finders Keepers (1987 - 1990) - A Nickelodeon game show where children would run through a house and find hidden objects. The game was divided up into two rounds each with two halves for two teams. In the first half, the "Hidden Pictures" round, the contestants had to find objects (by circling it, Via the video writing pen) hidden...
Thundarr the Barbarian (1980 - 1982) - Forget the global chaos myth that was Y2K. In the world of Thundarr the Barbarian, the end of civilization occurred six years earlier, when, in 1994, a runaway planet hurtled between the earth and the mooon, unleashing cosmic destruction. Now, 2000 years later, Earth is a savage world occupied by...
Remote Control (1987 - 1990) - Remote Control was a game show about television and aired on MTV. Many of the questions revolved around old television shows. Other popular segments include "Sing Along With Colin," where contestants were charged with identifying and/or finishing songs sung by Colin Quinn.
Liquid Television (1991 - 1994) - What words come to mind when you think of Liquid Television? Perhaps smart..funny..dramatic...maybe even weird. Liquid Television was THE show for "up-and-coming" animators to show what they got. Originally shown on BBC-2 in December of 1990, MTV picked up the show in June of 1991, and lasted 3 seas...
Walter Melon (1998 - 1998) - Aired on Fox Family. Walter Melon's occupation was a Hero for Hire. He works alone but sometimes he worked with his partner Bitterbug. When a character runs into trouble they call Melon to temporarily replace them. He would replace comic heros, tv show, or movie charcters. Spiderman, TMNT, Power Ran...
Ocean Girl (1994 - 1997) - Jason and Brett Bates have just accompanied thei divorcedr oceanographer mother to the most remote but advanced underwater facility in the world: O.R.C.A., a veritable city-state, where hundreds of people live and work. But for two young adolescents, this is hardly the adventure of a lifetime. Until...
The Dreamstone (1990 - 1995) - A cartoon between good and evil, The Dreammaker, Wuts, and Noops lived in the Land of Dreams, where the Dreamstone was the most powerfull object in the land. Where as on the other side on the purple mist, was Viltheed, Zordrak and an army of Urpneys. Along with Argorribles, and in later episodes, Th...
Beast Machines (1999 - 2000) - The Maximals, fresh from their victory in the Beast Wars, arrive home to Cybertron. They wake up to a nightmare when they wake up with no memory of where they were or what they were doing when they went off-line.
Anime Fun TV (1998 - 1999) - Back in the year 1998 when people first started getting into creating Anime Music Videos Somebody came up with the idea to create a show for T.V. that would enable people to submit their home made Anime Music Videos and they would air on this show for people to see!
Life Goes On (1989 - 1993) - A TV-series about the life of the Thatchers, especially "Corky", that has Down syndrome but goes to ordinary school ("mainstreaming). We get into their problems and joys. Drew Thatcher's dream comes true when he is able to open his own restaurant, but it's a hard business, and he often run into prob...
Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (1996 - 1996) - When the Power Rangers are turned into children, a new team from the waterworld of Aquitar assist in defending Earth from the space witch Rita and Master Vile - her father. This was a 10 episode mini-series
The Hogan Family (1985 - 1991) - Being a parent isn't easy, especially when you
Dino-Riders (1987 - 1988) - Dino-Riders premiered in syndication in September 1987. This series is about the Valorians, a race who are followed to Earth's past by the evil Rulons who want to destroy them. When Krulos wasn't trying to get the S.T.E.P. to return to his time, he was trying to "brain box" stronger dinosaurs. Wh...
Ultraforce (1995 - 1995) - Based off the Malibu comic series, this cartoon takes place in the Ultraverse, where new, super-powered beings, called Ultras, are slowly making their presence known to mankind. Some are ancient entities, others, recently transformed into their altered states. But all seem to have a larger purpose i...
Lois & Clark The New Adventures of Superman (1993 - 1997) - Clark Kent is a reporter for a newspaper company. But unbeknownst to everybody he knows, he is Superman. But things get complicated when his partner Lois Lane, starts developing feelings for not only Clark, but Superman as well.
Mazinger Z (1972 - 1974) - first published as manga (comic) in Japan in 1972, Mazinger Z was then turned into a long-running anime television series later in the same year. It arrived in Europe in 1976 and it was a hit. Sadly, it arrived in America many years later when the 70's decade was gone. Mazinger Z remains the king of...
Fruits Basket (2001 - 2001) - The enigmatic Sohma family shares a great secret, its members are possessed by spirits of the Chinese Zodiac, and when they are hugged by members of the opposite sex, they transform into their Zodiac animal! Tohru Honda, an orphaned high school freshman, is given lodging in the Sohma household in ex...
Chobits (2002 - 2002) - Hideki's just like every other guy in the 22nd century. He just wants a good job, a good car, and a sexy robot girlfriend to call his own. Until he lands a job, he'll never be able to afford his own 'Persocon' companion. Hideki's luck changes when he discovers Chii, an adorable but dyfunctional pers...
Welcome Back Kotter (1975 - 1979) - Gabriel Kotter returns to Brooklyn to teach history at the very high school from which he graduated ten years prior. When the "Sweathogs" (a nickname earned by the underachieving students of Buchanan High) give him a hard time, Mr. Kotter fires back with his own unending wit, and before long, they a...
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (1985 - 1985) - When a chest containing 13 of the worst ghosts in history is opened, it's up to Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne, Scrappy, and an orphan named Flim Flam aided by the sorcerer, Vincent VanGhoul (voiced by horror movie legend, Vincent Price) to stop them.
Voyagers! (1982 - 1983) - Phineas Bogg is a member of a group time travelers called Voyagers. He is a regular human that once lived as a pirate before he was chosen to be a voyager. He travels by way of a brass pocket watch type device called an omni. When the light flashes red, it means history is wrong. His job is to fix i...
Hardcastle & Mccormick (1983 - 1986) - A hard-line judge teams up with a car thief to capture theives who slip through legal loopholes, not to mention the conflicts that arise when it comes.
Read All About It (1981 - 1984) - When three kids explore a coach house held by a missing Uncle of one of the kids, they discover far more than they bargained. They discover two robots, Otto and Theta, who tell them about a dire threat of a conspiracy against the town. By accident, they also discover a teleport machine that can take...
Webster (1983 - 1989) - The post-retirement season is suddenly disrupted for football player George Papadapolis and his wife Katherine when Webster, the orphaned son of a former teammate, moves in. Laughter -- and life lessons -- in every episode.
Wheel of Fortune (1975 - Current) - This popular hangman type game was created by Merv Griffin that was first hosted & co-hosted by Chuck Woolery and Susan Stafford. 3 players spun a big wooden wheel for money and tried to guess letters on a big puzzle board and used the money to buy prizes. In 1981, former weatherman from LA, Pat Saj...
Sigmund & the Sea Monsters (1973 - 1975) - Two boys, Johnny and Scott, were playing on the beach one day when they "meet" Sigmund, a green sea monster with tentacles who looks like moving seaweed. As it turns out, Sigmund got tired of his family who wanted him to become a "proper" sea monster (i.e., scaring people etc), and as a result, he r...
The Tribe (1999 - Current) - 'Where the virus came from, no-one knew... from deepest space, bacterial warfare or some nation's scientific experiments gone horrifically wrong? All the Adults are gone... All the teachers are gone... All peace and regular meals are gone... Just tribal instincts and war paint survive. If survival d...
Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy (1988 - 1990) - Siblings Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy are toys that come to life when their owner Marcella isn't around. Together with the other toys, they explore a strange land where anything is possible.
The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (1971 - 1972) - The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show follows the hijinks of the teen Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble. Bypassing several important growth stages, Bedrock's favorite tots are now teenagers attending Bedrock High where, not surprisingly, they become embroiled in a variety of misadventures along with...
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch (1974 - 1976) - Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch
Shazam (1974 - 1977) - Billy Batson is a boy with a special duty in life. Accompanied by his Mentor, he travels from place to place in a Winnebago learning about life and helping people along the way. When the situation is heading for disaster, all he has to do is to yell the magic word, SHAZAM! and call down the magic li...
Unico (1981 - 1985) - Unico the Unicorn has the amazing power to make anyone he meets happy. Whether it`s because of his personality or the powers of his horn, no one knows. However, the gods become jealous of Unico, thinking that only gods should be able to decide or let people be happy or not. Unico is banished to the...
MTV's Say What Karaoke! (1998 - 2000) - Guests would sing karaoke along to songs in front of a live audience and were judged and eliminated. The finale of each show included spinning a wheel and sing whatever song the landed on. A pre-American Idol like show.
The Secret Life of Toys (1994 - 1994) - This show chronicled the lives and adventures that toys have when their owners arent around, and was a tv show spin-off of the 1986 Jim Henson film the christmas toy. This show featured such lovable characters as rugby the stuffed toy tiger, dotty the doll (who was later replaced by raisin the ragdo...
Nick at Nite (1985 - Current) - Nick at Nite is a programing block from 9pm-6am Sunday-Thursday and from 10pm-6am Friday-Saturday on Viacom's kids cable channel Nickelodeon. When Nick at Nite launched in 1985, the shows were from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. Today Nick at Nite's shows are from the 80s and 90s. Nick at nite's...
Ovide Video (1987 - 1988) - Ovide and his gang of friends live on an island in the middle of no-where and have lots of fun adventures. They also try to outsmart the evil baddie snake "Cy" and his sidekick bobo. The show was originally a production of the Netherlands and 65 episodes were made in 1987.
Barnaby Jones (1973 - 1980) - Buddy Ebsen stars as a father who takes over his son's private eye business when he was killed. CO-STARRING Lee Meriwhether. A VERY GOOD CBS PI SERIES FROM QUINN MARTIN. GOOD THEME TUNE by Jerry Goldsmith.
Blackstar (1981 - 1982) - John Blackstar, an intergalactic soldier of fortune, is sucked in by a black hole and into a distant part of our universe. He finds himself stranded on the planet Sagar, where the Overlord of the underworld is swallowing the planet and inslaving its inhabitants using the Powerstar. The Powerstar was...
Space Giants (1966 - 1967) - SPACE GIANTS was a Japanese import that was shown on WTBS in the 1960's and early 1980's. It was in the same vein as GODZILLA except way, way, more campy. (ie. there is a scene where two Japs are having a conversation in a room and one guy comments that he thinks the room is bugged, then there is an...
Dr Zitbag's Transylvania pet shop (1994 - Current) - When Dr Zitbag was fired from a pet shop for experimenting on pets. So he set up his own pet shop with his wackey creations as pets.
The Maxx (1995 - 1995) - Maxx is a purple-clad superhero living in a cardboard box. His only friend is Julie Winters, a freelance social worker. Maxx often finds himself shifting back and forth between the "real" world and a more primitive outback world where he rules, and protects Julie. Mr. Gone, a self-proclaimed "studen...
Chico and the Man (1974 - 1978) - Ed Brown was a cantankerous old widower who owned and operated a small filling station in Los Angeles. He hired a fast-talking, cheery young Chicano, Chico Rodriguez, to help him run the place. Since Chico also lived in the garage, the two were always together, and when they weren't bickering betwee...
Harriet's Magic Hats (1980 - 1986) - This series followed the adventures of a young girl named Susan, whose eccentric Aunt Harriet collected hats, from those of bakers, to construction workers, to beekeepers. Whenever Susan put on one of her aunt's hats, she would be transported to whatever workplace it suited.
Love, American Style (1969 - 1974) - An anthology comedy series featuring a line up of different celebrity guest stars appearing in anywhere from one, two, three, and four short stories or vignettes within an hour about versions of love and romance.
Jake and the Fatman (1987 - 1992) - Jason "Fatman" McCabe is a Hawaii-born, tough former HPD officer turned Los Angeles district attorney. He is teamed with a handsome, happy-go-lucky special investigator named Jake Styles. They often clash due to their different styles and personalities. "Fatman" hardly travels anywhere without his c...
Murder, She Wrote (1984 - 1996) - Murder seems to follow Jessica Fletcher, a former substitute English teacher and a mystery writer full of charm, zest-for-life, and personality; who happens to become "the investigator" when traveling around the country to promote a series of novels. Murder always occurs when she is present. Even at...
Street Hawk (1985 - 1985) - When Jessie Mach is crippled after an assault by an old enemy, his position as motorcycle cop seems finished. That was before a computer technician named Tuttle recruits him for a special government project. He is to be the test pilot for the Street Hawk, an advanced motorcycle that carried tremendo...
Get the Picture (1991 - 1993) - Get the Picture is a game show where contestants have to remove squares from a 16x16 video screen and guess what the picture is. The game was played in two rounds. In the first round, the contestants had to connect the dots found within the squares. After each correct guess of a trivia question, the...
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993 - 1994) - A hundred years ago, a young lawyer by the name of Brisco County, Jr. (Bruce Campbell) decides to trade his briefs in for bullets when he receives word that his father, a renowned U.S. Marshall, has been gunned down by the evil Bly gang. Now employed by the robber barons of the Westerfield Club, he...
Spellbinder (1995 - 1997) - When a prank on a school trip goes drastically wrong, 15-year-old Paul Reynolds is blasted into an alternative reality where the advanced ideas of science are thought to be heretical magic, and outlawed. The regressive heirachic society is ruled by the Spellbinders, enforcers and politicians who wie...
The Ropers (1979 - 1980) - In this spinoff, the Ropers moved from their apartment in "Three's Company" to live in the upmarket community of Cheviot Hills, where the social-climbing Helen struggled to fit in with her neighbors. Stanley made little attempt to fit in with the standards of the community, thereby causing Helen muc...
Singled out (1995 - 1997) - Singled Out is an American dating game show created by Burt Wheeler & Sharon Sussman which originally ran on MTV from 1995 to 1998. Each episode featured a group of 50 singles competing for a date with one main contestant.
Roswell (1999 - 2002) - Max, Michael, Isabel, & Tess. 4 teenage human/alien hybrids living in Roswell, New Mexico. When their secret is exposed to save Liz, a human girl's life, they know she must be told the truth. Liz's friends Maria, Alex, & Kyle all find out & when everyone's life is put in danger, they are now all...
Harry and the Henderson's (1991 - 1993) - Returning from a hunting trip in the forest, the Henderson family's car hits an animal in the road. At first they fear it was a man, but when they examine the "body" they find it's a "bigfoot". They think it's dead so they decide to take it home (there could be some money in this..). As you guessed,...
Sightings (1992 - 1997) - This was a show like unsolved mysteries but it was more focused on ghosts,aliens,ufos and other spiritual occurrences.It also had interviews with eye witness who either where abducted or had captured all of this on video.
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (1999 - 2001) - The legendary detective Sherlock Holmes has been dead for many years, and is now only seen in the history books in the 22nd century. But when a bunch of odd crimes begin to happen, Inspector Beth Lestrade has reason to believe Professor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes worst enemy, is still alive and is st...
Uh-Oh (1997 - 2003) - Hosted by Wink Yahoo (Scott Yaphe), this game show involves children teams of 2. One spins the wheel and the other one stands ready to begin a task. If the wheel lands on Mayhem, the second child goes over to Smashin' Sam and Tearin' Aaron to complete a task (usually messy) for a maximum 50 points....
Cyberchase (2002 - Current) - One day, three children from Earth named Matt, Jackie, and Inez are called to the land of Cyberspace by Motherboard, its guardian, to defend her from a virus as unleashed by a villain named Hacker. Motherboard is the guardian of Cyberspace, a dimension where computer networks exist as physical locat...
Bad Dog (1998 - Current) - Bad Dog is a short-lived animated cartoon that aired on ABC and Teletoon during 1998. The cartoon focuses on the Potanski family and their dog Berkeley. The show's gimmick was that whenever Berkeley was told that he was a bad dog, he would freeze and pretend to be dead until someone told him he was...
Electra Woman & Dyna Girl (1976 - 1977) - Lori and Judy are both writers for Newsmaker magazine, but when trouble calls - they become Electra Woman and Dyna Girl! Electra Woman and Dyna Girl use the latest in technological gadgetry, such as the CrimeScope, (supplied by Frank, their assistant) and their wits to solve crimes and capture the v...
Sliders (1995 - 2000) - Sliders is the tale of one, Quinn Mallory. A grad student at a university in San Francisco, California. He is working on a anti-gravitational device, when, accidentally, he opens a strange portal. After several days of throwing various objects into it, he goes through himself. On arrival, he finds h...
Where in Time is Carmen SanDiego (1997 - 1999) - Spin off from the famed Where in the World is Carmen Sandeigo Trivia game. This show went beyond the boundaries of stealing landmarks, famous people, and artwork, and travelled through time to bring a whole new set of trivia to those who dared try and find Carmen in Time
Superboy (1988 - 1992) - The adventures of Superman when he was a boy! Actually, as a young man...who, disguised as Clark Kent, mild-mannered journalism student at Shuster University, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and...well, you know the rest...
The NFL Today (1961 - Current) - The program began on September 17, 1961 on CBS entitled: "Pro Football Kickoff." On September 13, 1964, Frank Gifford began hosting the renamed "NFL Report," and later that year, it renamed the title: "The NFL Today." The NFL Today went off the air on CBS in 1993, when FOX bought out the NFC TV pa...
St. Elsewhere (1982 - 1988) - This hour-long dramatic series featured life at St. Eligius Hospital, headed by Drs. Donald Westphall and Daniel Auschlander. Every year, new residents would walk down the halls of St. Eligius; learning to deal with perfectionist Cardiovascular Surgeon Mark Craig was only the beginning of the way th...
Becker (1998 - 2004) - Ted Danson (Cheers) starred as Dr. John Becker, a dedicated and talented physician with a gruff exterior. Unfortunately, his interior wasn't all that warm and fuzzy either. While he offended those around who try to get close to him, he was extremely dedicated to his medical practice in the Bronx whe...
Hill Street Blues (1981 - 1987) - Show was about the people who work at a big city Police precinct. It followed them from their over-worked jobs to their homes where the stressfull jobs often took their toll. It presented a more realistic portrayal of crime and dealing with it than most shows that had come before. Often, there would...
Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys (1996 - 1997) - When one of NASA's space chimps is thrown off course, he is presumed lost, but has actually been captured by fed-up super-intelligent aliens, given a super-IQ boost, and told he is the new defender of the universe! So he's given his own ship, allowed to select his all-simian crew, and left to fend f...
The Flash (1990 - 1991) - Barry Allen was a scientist working at his lab late at night but then a bolt of lightning struck his lab and he was electrocuted and bathed in chemicals. When he recovered, he realize that he was able run at the speed of light and so he uses his ability to fiight crime under the name,The Flash.
Yvon of the Yukon (1999 - 2005) - Yvon Ducharme is a simple boob of an explorer, booted from France in the 17th century and accidentally frozen in the Arctic ice for 300 years. When a hip Inuit teenager named Tommy takes his sled dog Mutt for a walk, the pooch lifts his leg on Yvon and lets the defrosted Frenchman loose on the town...
The Goodies (1970 - 1982) - This long-running surreal British comedy was in many ways, more like The Monkees, than the more famous Monty Python. It followed the silly and absurd, cartoon-like adventures of a wacky trio called the Goodies, whose motto was to do "Anything, Anytime, Anywhere" and they tried to do just that, (but...
Chorlton and the Wheelies (1976 - 1979) - A happy dragon was hatched from an egg in a world of happy wheelies and an evil witch names Fenella who lived in a kettle. Bringing happyness back to the wheelies made Fenella mad, and try destroying it again.
Kojak (1973 - 1978) - When they started out together in the New York Police
Babylon 5 (1994 - 1998) - It was the dawn of the third age of mankind, ten years after the Earth-Minbari War. The Babylon Project was a dream given form. Its goal: to prevent another war by creating a place where humans and aliens could work out their differences peacefully. It's a port of call, home away from home for diplo...
Party of Five (1994 - 2000) - Five siblings are left to fend their own way in the world when their parents are killed by a drunk driver. The series revolves around the struggles of raising each other and the struggles of life in general.
Jamie and the Magic Torch (1976 - 1987) - Ten minute episodes where Jamie, his dog, Wordsworth and the torch - a magical flashlight - sorting out some problem in Cuckoo Land. A place inhabited by strange people such as Mr Boo, an elderly gentleman who flew around in a "submachine", Strumpers Plunkett, and Officer Gotcha, a unicycling polic...
Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle (1976 - 1982) - The Jungle; here I was born; and here my parents died when I was but an infant. I would have soon perished too, had I not been found by a kindly she-ape named Kala, who adopted me as her own and taught me the ways of the wild. I learned quickly, and grew stronger each day, and now I share the frends...
Early Edition (1996 - 2000) - His name is Gary Hobson. He gets tomorrow's newspaper today. He doesn't know how. He doesn't know why. All he knows is when the early edition hits his front door, he has twenty-four hours to set things right.
Far Out Space Nuts (1975 - 1975) - Barney (Chuck McCann) and Junior (Bob Denver), two NASA employees, were loading supplies on a spaceship when Junior mistakenly hit the launch button (Barney had said "lunch, not launch"). The spaceship sent them to a distant planet where they encountered Honk, a furry creature with a horn on the top...
Alice in Wonderland (1983 - 1984) - A retelling of Lewis Carroll's classic tale of the young girl Alice, who follows a white rabbit into a hole, only to find herself in Wonderland, where she meets many interesting characters, both the mysterious Cheshire Cat and the terrible Queen of Hearts.
Postman Pat (1981 - Current) - "Postman Pat" is a BBC TV's show about a cheerful and hard-working postman who always helps his friends on his rounds whatever it is a missing doll, or someone who needs to be taken to doctor. Pat is always there for everyone when they need him. As the favourite postman everybody loves and admires.
M.A.N.T.I.S. (1994 - 1995) - Dr. Miles Hawkins a rich parapelegic and expert in cybernetics creates a suit that allows him to move with slightly enhanced strength and speed. M.A.N.T.I.S. a acronym for the suit. On his first outing a truce between two rival gangs begins to crumble when crimes committed in the neighborhood are bl...
The White Shadow (1978 - 1981) - When a professional athlete busts his knee, there are a few vocational routes to take. There's sports commentary, the autobiography business, personal appearances at used car lot grand openings, and the lecture circuitall careers that A.E. Housman may have been thinking of when he wrote his poem "T...
Make the Grade (1989 - 1991) - Nickelodeon game show where contestants had to answer school questions for points and "graduate school" by winning the game. Contestants sat at red, green, and blue desks and had to answer question on a 7x7 game board. Grade levels from elementary school and grades 7-12 ran across the top and six ba...
The Mumbly Cartoon Show (1976 - 1977) - Mumbly is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon dog character famous for his wheezy laugh, voiced by Don Messick. Mumbly bears a strong resemblance to Muttley from the animated series Wacky Races. Like Muttley, Mumbly does not really talk; he mumbles and grumbles unintelligibly, and often uses his trademark snick...
NBA SHOWTIME ON NBC (1990 - 2002) - this was probably THE BEST pregame basketball show followed by theplay by play commentary especially in the 90s when the jordan and the bulls were rulingwho could forget that unforgettable dope beat and the all satr cast of commentators like hannah storm,steve(snapper)jones,bill walton,and ahmad ras...
V the mini series (1984 - 1985) - When aliens come to Earth to ask for our help, a few suspicious humans discover their horrific true intentions and prepare to resist.
Ned's Newt (1997 - 1998) - Seven-year-old Ned Flemkin has a newt hungry for adventure (sort of). Ned has a very-rich fantasy in his life and finds himself and Newton in the craziest situations ever experienced. Especially when Newton reverses back to his normal size.
The Puppy's New adventures (1982 - 1984) - The Cartoon starts when Petey and his girlfriend Dolly get seperated and stranded during a sudden thunderstorm while on thier way accross sea. They meet three stray male dogs who stowaway on the curise for adventure seeking. Promising the puppys that they will find their owners, no matter what threa...
G Gundam (1994 - 1994) - that was radically different from the original concept of Gundam wars. Rather than an all out Earth vs. Space series of battles, the conflict in G Gundam is reduced to a tournament that takes place every four years. The arena is the ravaged Earth, populated by those left behind when the colonies w...
T.J. Hooker (1982 - 1986) - T.J. Hooker is a veteran cop, who rose to the rank of detective but when his partner dies in his arms, Hooker decides to give up being a detective to be a patrolman again. He starts a program wherein rookies are given practical training and the rookie he is assigned is Vince Romano, a cocky kid. And...
Funky Phantom (1971 - 1974) - The Funky Phantom was a Saturday morning cartoon, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1971 for ABC. Similar to Hanna-Barbera's successful Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, The Funky Phantom featured three teenagers; Skip (voiced by Micky Dolenz), April (Kristina Holland), Augie (Tommy Cook) and their...
The Highwayman (1988 - 1988) -  Aired on NBC for a brief period of months and for a nine episode run The Highwayman was set in a not too distant future where The Highwayman (Sam J. Jones) was a highway federal marshall who traveled across the country handling special cases from battling clones to time travel.   Highway was...
Filthy Rich (1982 - 1983) - When Big Guy Beck dies, the heirs to his estate are given a stipulation (via a pre-recorded video will) before they inherit his wealth. They have to live with Big Guy's illigitimate son, Wild Bill Westchester and his wife Bootsie, and they have to learn to accept the Westchesters as their own family...
Apple's Way (1974 - 1975) - After years of experiencing the rat race of Los Angeles, George Apple, his wife Barbara and their four children move back to George's hometown of Appleton, Iowa, where adjusting to a new culture, new climate, new friends and a new pace are not as easy as they thought it would be
Houston Knights (1987 - 1988) - A Chicago cop (Michael Pare) is sent to Houston after getting involved in an incident that catches the ire of the mob, where he is teamed with a native (Michael Beck). And from the beginning the two of them don't get along.
You're On! (1998 - 1998) - A show hosted by Phil Moore host of Nick Arcade where contestants did tasks where there were unknowningly on camera.
The Pretender (1996 - 2012) - Jarod is a Pretender - a genius whose exceptional intelligence allows him to assume various identities at will. Taken from his parents at an early age, Jarod was brought up in the Centre, a think-tank facility where he believed his computer-like mind was being used to benefit mankind. But when he...
Whew! (1979 - 1980) - Whew was a game show hosted by Tom Kennedy; Randy Amasia (who died of cancer on December 12, 2001) was a contestant. The object was to build extra time by guessing bloopers in the main game by climbing to the top before the 60 second clock ran out. Blocks caused the blocker to lose time, the charge...
Major Dad (1989 - 1993) - Major John MacGillis is a conservative, by-the-book, die-hard Marine. Polly Cooper is a pacifistic, liberal journalist. Nonetheless, when the two meet, there's instant and intense chemistry between them and they get married less than 24 hours later. Now Polly (and her kids from a previous marriage)...
The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries (1984 - 1985) - The New Scooby Doo Mysteries was the sixth incarnation of the long-running Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon Scooby-Doo. It premiered in 1984 on ABC as the second season of the show, whereas the first version was known as "The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show" which premiered in 1983.
You Wish (1997 - 1998) - When divorced mother of two Jillian Apple (Harley Jane Kozak) goes into Mustapha's (John Rhys-Davies) rug shop in search of a purple rug, she gets more than she bargained for... with the rug comes an imprisoned Genie (John Ales)! Although goofy Genie's eager to use his magical powers to serve his n...
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993 - 1998) - Set in the late 1800s this show takes place when a woman from the east coast, where people are much more high matenice goes to the western frontier and learns about life.
Great Pretenders (1998 - 2001) - The show was hosted by the female singing group, Wild Orchid where they gave kids a chance to lip-sync to their favorite songs
Exo Squad (1993 - 1995) - Exo Squad, an animated series from 1993 to 1995, ran for two seasons on the USA network and Fox. The basis of the show revolves around humans and "Neosapiens", genetically engineered humans used to perform manual laborer and menial work. Set during the future when humans have inhabited both Mars...
When Things Were Rotten (1975 - 1975) -
The Shari Show (1975 - 1976) - In order to earn enough monies to take care of herself and her infant puppet"Baby Doll"..Ms.Lewis gets a job as programming director for "The Bearly Broadcasting"TV Network. Where she has to cope with the antics of the station's animal puppets..with the exception of "Lamb Chop"this short lived NBC T...
War Planets: Shadow Raiders (1998 - 2000) - After the destruction of Planet Tek at the hands of the world-consuming Beast planet, Princess Tekla is the sole survivor of her race. In desperation, she flees to a system where four planets named Fire, Bone, Rock and Ice continually raid each other for the resources that each planet needs. Crashla...
The Joker's Wild (1972 - 2017) - The Joker's Wild is what some like to call the ultimate game of slots. Because on The Joker's Wild, two players pull a lever in front of them to spin a big slot machine on stage. Each of the three wheels has categories & jokers (which are wild (hence the title)). The first player to reach $500 or mo...
High Incident (1996 - 1997) - A fast paced look at life for the officers of the El Camino Police Department, High Incident takes the viewers into the trenches with the street police officers, where the war on crime is being fought, one criminal at a time, and the casualties are mounting up.
Ovide Video and the Gang (1987 - 1988) - Ovide Video and the Gang was a 1980s animated TV show. It stars a blue Platypus named Ovide Video who lives on a non-descript South Seas island, where he has adventures with his friends and thwarts Cyrus and Bobo, the show's villains. Ovide and the Gang was produced by the Canadian animation studio...
Home and Away (1988 - Current) - Home and Away is an Australian weeknightly half-hour television soap opera produced in Sydney by the Seven Network since January 1988. It is broadcast on the Seven Network and its affiliates in Australia and is exported to many countries, most notably the United Kingdom, where it briefly became the...
Lassie (1997 - 1999) - The story: Widowed veterinarian Karen Cabot and her young son Timmy have moved back to Karen's old home town of Hudson Falls, Vermont, where Karen bought out the practice of elderly Dr. Donald Stewart, the town's vet. Timmy is uncertain of the move and still smarting from his father's recent death....
Creepy Crawlers (1994 - 1994) - Chris, a normal teenager, accidentally stumbles upon a box of green super-ooze, which, when opened, releases the five undead Creepy Crawler Commandos, Superheroes with innards showing and special afterlife powers. But evil magician Gugengrime steals the goo, and uses it to make his own army of Creep...
Size Small (1982 - 1990) - Iit's the one with the old woman who used to whistle when she talked, also the giant Record that played the wooden spoons to the music. and there was all kinds of puppets and stuff!
Three's a Crowd (1984 - 1985) - This series continues where Three's Company ended. Jack Tripper met Vicky Bradford and fell in love with her at first sight. In the last episode he proposed marriage but due to her parents' divorce, she doesn't believe or want, but is willing to live with him. So, they move into the apartment above...
Cover Up (1984 - 1985) - Dani Reynolds is photographer. Her life changes after her husband dies. She learned that he was the mild mannered man he said he was but was in reality a government agent. When she found out that he was murdered, she recruited a former Vietnam Vet Mac Harper to help her find her husbands killers. Af...
Antiques Roadshow (1979 - 2006) - Antiques show from the BBC usually showen on a late Sunday afternoon where antiques are shown to see what they could be worth if they was to be sold. Show has only ever had to hosts. The show is also shown on BBC America, BBC Canada and now and again in Europe on BBC Prime. In 2000 Canada started th...
Megabeast Investigator Juspion (1985 - 1986) - Ejin, a space hermit has found a very disturbing prophecy in the galactic bible which statetd that when the Dark Universe god Satangorth awakens he will bring forth the end of the entire universe.Thus when Satangorth finally makes his appearance Ejin sends out Juspion along with Anli (android) and D...
Android Kikaider (1972 - 1973) - An android created by a scientist who has half-complete circuits, which causes him to become unconcious by hearing Professor Gill's flute. When the android becomes Kikaider, he becomes harmless to Professor Gill's flute, and fights off the robotic Dark monsters.
The Hollywood Squares (1966 - 2004) - The original version that started it all. It featured nine stars seated in a tic tac toe board & two contestants (one Mr. X, the other Ms. Circle). Peter: "The object for the players is to get three stars in a row either across, up & down, or diagonally. It is up to them decide wheather the answers...
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (1998 - Current) - Chris Tarrant Hosts the gameshow where people have to answer 15 questions to win a million pounds with the help of three life lines: 50/50, Phone a Friend and Ask the Audience.
Dancing With the Stars (2005 - Current) - A dancing contest where professional dancers are paired with a celebrity and must dance in front of a celebrity panel.
MGM - When The Lion Roars (1992 - 1992) - A three-part documentary series exploring the history of MGM Studios. This mini-series was first aired on TNT.
Minky Momo (1982 - 1983) - A 12 year old girl from Fenelinersa, who was the daughter of king and queen of Fenelinersa. When she was a child, she was adopted by a young childless couple. In her present years, she uses her pendent to transform herself into various career girl such as a race car driver, detective, etc.
Learning the Ropes (1988 - 1988) - Robert Randall is a single father and a dedicated teacher at an exclusive prep school. When his family falls on hard times he decides to moonlight as the wrestler "The Masked Maniac". Things are okay until his kids find out about his double life. Now Robert and his kids try to keep this secret fr...
Young Hercules (1998 - 1999) - This show follows a teenage Hercules on his quest through the academy where he is being trained in defense. Along the way he makes new friends and comes to face the challenges from the Gods.
Free Spirit (1989 - 1990) - When young Gene wishes for a friend, his wish is granted and into his family's life falls witch Winnie Goodwin. Taking on the job of housekeeper, Winnie charms the Harper family at her every task. The catch is that while the kids know that she's a witch, divorced dad T.J. doesn't.
Dog House (1990 - 1991) - This is another show from YTV that I watched at night when I was little. I don't really remeber alot from the episodes but I remember the intro and the basic story line. There was a detective who had a dog that worked with him and one day durring a chase or something the car went under some electric...
Ferris Bueller (1990 - 1991) - This series was based on the hit 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, starring Matthew Broderick. However, the series wasn't treated as a continuation of the film. In fact, the movie was referenced in the first episode when Ferris implied that he wasn't too thrilled with the choice of Broderick to p...
Jennifer Slept Here (1983 - 1984) - Early eighties sitcom where Ann Jillian plays the ghost of dead screen legend, Jennifer Farrell, who helplessly watches the Elliot family move into her home...and only their son, Joey, can see her.
Land of the Giants (1968 - 1970) - The Spindrift, a commercial spaceship on a flight from New York City to London, became lost when it passed through a time warp in the ship's orbit around Earth. It landed on an alternate Earth-type planet, where the inhabitants were roughly twelve times the size of the ship's passengers.
The Fantastic Four (1967 - 1967) - When an experimental space voyage goes awry, four people are changed by cosmic rays. Reed Richards, inventor and leader of the group gains the ability to stretch his body, and takes the name, Mr. Fantastic. His girlfriend, Sue Storm, gains the ability to turn invisible and create force fields, calli...
NBC Nightly News (1970 - Current) - It is NBC News' weekday evening news program. The program debut on August 3, 1970, with David Brinkley, John Chancellor, and Frank McGee rotating duties as anchors until August 9, 1971 when Chancellor became the sole anchor. On June 7, 1976, David Brinkley was brought back to the anchor desk, this...
Access (1996 - Current) - A weekday entertainment news program airing news and events on the entertainment industry. Previous hosts include Giselle Fernndez, Larry Mendte, Pat O'Brien, who hosted the show alongside Nancy O'Dell until late 2004, when he left to host the Entertainment Tonight spin-off The Insider, and O'Dell,...
Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot (1967 - 1968) - An ordinary boy, Johnny Sokko, is swept into an extraordinary adventure. While on a voyage he meets a curious but friendly man, Gerry Manno, who secretly works for a TOP SECRET organization known as UNICORN. When an alien terrorist group known as the GARGOYLE gang attacks their ship with a giant mon...
Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman (2006 - 2010) - Bored with his life, a dog named Ruff Ruffman decides to create his own TV show where he places real kids into amazing challenges. The show runs in a reality game show format but with different educational concepts in each episode. At the start of the show Ruff creates a challenge with a series of t...
Monster by Mistake (1996 - 2003) - Warren Patterson is an 8-year-old boy with allergies who has been enchanted by a magical jewel from a mysterious parallel world. Because of a spell that goes awry, Warren turns into a 7-foot-tall blue monster whenever he sneezes. He can't return to his normal form until he sneezes again, and it's an...
Family Challenge (1995 - 1997) - Game show where families compete against each other in messy stunts. Originally hosted by Ray Combs (host of Family Feud) until he commited suicide in 1996. Then hosted by Michael Burger.
Starman (1986 - 1987) - A TV series sequel to the theatrical released film Starman which starred Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen. In the series, the alien returns to find and assist the child he fathered 14 years before on his visit to Earth. When he arrives, he takes on the identity of Paul Forrester, a prize-winning free-la...
The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer (1998 - 1998) - A black British noblemen and his dimwitted assitant are tricked into going to America where they become part of the staff at Abe Lincoln's White House during the Civl War.
Flash Gordon (1996 - 1997) - One of greatest sci-fi superhero gets a unique makeover in an animated space adventure story that takes place as a teenaged version as Flash Gordon against the galaxy's most ruthless lizard/humaine creatures. When a mysterious black hole opens on Earth and transports Alex Gordon, Dale Arden, and Dr...
Claymore (2007 - 2007) - When a shapeshifting demon with a thirst for human flesh, known as "youma," arrives in Raki's village, a lone woman with silver eyes walks into town with only a sword upon her back. She is a "Claymore," a being manufactured as half-human and half-youma, for the express purpose of exterminating these...
C.L.Y.D.E. (1990 - 1990) - CLYDE (Computer Linked Yield Driven Entity) was an alien computer banished from another planet when he developed a virus called a sense of humour. Finding his way to earth, he was discovered by siblings Matt (age 12) and Samantha (age 10) who hooked him up to an old juke box. The juke box came to li...
Hikari Sentai Maskman (1987 - 1988) - Everything starts with Commander Sugata, studious of being able them of the mind. He discovers the existence of the Underground Empire Tube, a malignant force that wants to dominate the Land, located in underground Japan. In the beggining, Tube was centered in the Pacific. However, when Zeba assumes...
Widget, the World Watcher (1990 - 1990) - This was about a little purple alien who was into saving the environment. He lived in a little cave at the beach where a group of kids would visit him.
Early Edition (1996 - 2012) - A man wakes up every morning to a cat that brings him his newspaper, this cat brings him tomorrows newspaper today.He trys to stop bad things from happening before they happen because the paper tells him when where and what is going to happen.
Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? (1996 - 1997) - Spin off from the famed Where in the World is Carmen Sandeigo Trivia game. This show went beyond the boundaries of stealing landmarks, famous people, and artwork, and travelled through time to bring a whole new set of trivia to those who dared try and find Carmen in Time.
Password Plus (1979 - 1982) - Game show in which two teams of a celebrity and civilian give one-word clues to words that relate to the solution of a puzzle. When a team equals or surpasses the target score, they move on to Alphabetics, where one-word clues are given for ten alphabetical passwords. If all 10 words are guessed i...
Justice League Unlimited (2004 - 2006) - Featuring a wide array of superheroes from the DC Comics universe, and specifically based on the Justice League superhero team, this is a direct sequel to the previous Justice League animated series and picks up where Justice League has left off. Like its predecessor, the show is also a prequel to B...
Trollkins (1981 - 1982) - Based on the Troll Dolls, the Trollkins were an inspration from the Dukes of Hazard where a group of trolls live in Trolltown where they encounter various adventures in every episode.
Millennium (1996 - 1999) - A former FBI profiler moves his family from Washington DC to Seattle, where he joins the Millenium Group, a mysterious organization of former law enforcement officers, committed to battling a crime wave which grows as the turn of the millenium approaches.
Street Justice (1991 - 1993) - Adam Beaudreaux was a soldier in Vietnam, when he got wounded. He was fortunate that a young boy named Grady Jameson, whose parents were missionaries, found him and got him to help. Years later, Beaudreaux is now a cop, and he has also vowed to find Grady, whom he never saw again after that. Eventua...
Marmalade Boy (1994 - 1995) - Miki world gets all tangled up when Yuu has entered her life
Hi Honey, I'm Home! (1991 - 1992) - 1950's family when faced with modern issues timewarps themselves into a black and white leave it to beaver style enviroment.                                                        
Anything But Love (1989 - 1992) - Anything But Love was the story of Hannah Miller and her relationship with Marty Gold. After they meet Marty gets Hannah a job in research at the magazine where he works. Hannah, an aspiring writer, sees this as an opportunity to get into the business. The show was created by Wendy Kout and develope...
Dharma & Greg (1997 - 2002) - Dharma "Freedom" Montgomery and Greg Montgomery are complete opposites who get married after only their first date. The series was a ratings smash when it debuted on ABC in 1997 as a lead-in to the then smash-show Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Ratings dropped steadily in the years following and the...
Sandra, The Fairytale Detective (2009 - 2009) - Sandra is a little girl who is the lone descendant from a long line of fairytale detectives. Sandra seems like other kids her age, but when her assistant and friend Fo, a 500-year-old elf with the spirit of a child, arrives to say that there's a problem over in The Land of Once Upon a Time, Sandra d...
Cappelli and Company (1989 - 1995) - Cappelli and Company was a Saturday Morning series that aired on NBC-TV from 1989-1995. It featured children's music artist Frank Cappelli. Songs that Frank Cappelli wrote were featured on the show like "Our Oceans," "I'm Smiling," and many others. The show ended in 1995 when NBC dropped the Saturda...
Now You See It (1974 - 1989) - "Every answer ... to every question ... is hidden somewhere in this maze of letters. And NOW ... YOU ... SEE ... IT!"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (1999 - 2020) - Based off the British game show of the same name, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" is the game show where you're only 15 questions away from winning $1,000,000. Contestants must use a telephone, audience output, and eliminations to help them on the way while earning big cash prizes before hitting th...
Now and Again (1999 - 2000) - When Michael Wiseman is killed in a tragic subway accident, the U.S. government covertly makes him an offer he can't refuse; they "keep his brain alive" and place it into a new, genetically bio-engineered body. The doctor in charge of the experiment has grand plans for him, but all Michael wants is...
Supertrain (1979 - 1979) - Supertrain is about a passenger train that can go up to 180 m.p.h. It's pilot was a movie. It's plot is about what happens when a murderer sneaks on. It was one of the biggest T.V. flops in history
WordGirl (2007 - 2015) - A young superhero fights crime with her superpowers, which include super strength, flight, and a colossal vocabulary. In her adventures, she is accompanied by her monkey sidekick, Captain Huggyface. When they are not on the lookout for villains, they are schoolgirl Becky Botsford and her pet monkey,...
Maxie's World (1987 - 1987) - The series takes place in the fictional seaside town of "Surfside" and follows the adventures of teenager Maxie and her circle of friends. Maxie attends Surfside High School where she is a popular straight "A" student, cheerleader and surfer girl, while after school, she serves as host and investiga...
Nick Jr. (1988 - Current) - Nick Jr. was a block of programming for preschoolers on Nickelodeon which would air weekdays from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The block first began in 1988 and the very first show it aired was Pinwheel, the very program to put Nickelodeon on the map. In its first few years, the block aired mostly foreign an...
You've Been Framed (1990 - 2007) - You've Been Framed is a British television show when people send in funny home videos to be shown on the show. There is videos with accidents, animals, kids, people and just funny ones. Since 1990 the show has been airing on ITV, but the hosts have changed. A selection of home video clips which are...
Where's Huddles (1970 - 1971) - Tales of Ed Huddles and his neighbor Bubba McCoy, who are teammates on the Rhino's football team. Premiered 1970.
Vision of Escaflowne (1996 - 1996) - High school student Hitomi is transported from Earth to the magical world of Gaea, where she meets boy prince Van Fanel, and is caught up in his quest to unite the countries of Gaea against the ominous Zaibach empire. On the way, she discovers an hidden ability and strives to unravel layers of myste...
The Sweeney (1975 - 1975) - These films, at 85,000 each to make, were considered very expensive at the time, but this was rewarded when most of the films were sold to other countries, with 'The Prison; and 'Regan' going to 47 countries alone.
First Wave (1998 - 2001) - Cade Foster is an ex-thief who gave up thievery to get married and have a family. All of a sudden his life is thrown apart when he gets fired, all his money disappears, his house gets vandalized and eventually his wife gets killed and he gets framed for murder.
What a Dummy (1990 - 1991) - Ed Branningan's great uncle dies and leaves a trunk full of props from the days when Uncle Jackie was a ventriloquist. Buzz, Jackie's dummy, has been locked in the trunk for 50-years; Buzz can also think and talk and goes about giving everyone in the house advice. Ed's family, which lives in Secaucu...
The Commish (1991 - 1995) - Slightly offbeat television police comedy/drama. Tony Scali is the police commissioner in a small town, where solutions to difficult situations often require considerable creativity. Tony's easygoing manner and clever intellect are much more useful to him than weapons or brute force in his fight aga...
Bronk (1975 - 1976) - Bronk was a short-lived CBS detective show that starred Jack Palance as Lt. Alex Bronkov, a widower with a wheelchair-bound daughter (the result of an auto accident that also killed his wife) who helps the mayor of a fictional California city fight corruption & crime.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids (1973 - 1974) - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids was a Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1973 for NBC. Very similar to both Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and Josie and the Pussycats, the show depicted the adventures of a team of teenage intelligence agents (Butch, Merilee, Stephanie,...
Kinnikuman (1983 - 1986) - This is the first generation Kinnikuman BEFORE the one that came to America and a lot better. It stars King Kinnikuman in his struggle for humanity. That's right. This is the show where we see Mantaro's father before Mantaro was even born. If you still don't know what show I'm talking about, I'l...
Deadly Games (1995 - 1997) - Gus is a scientist working on making anti-matter with his friend Peter for a local college. Lauren, Gus' Ex-wife, is about to get remarried when Gus succedes in making anti-matter... problem is Gus had programed a game to help him get over Lauren. In the game Gus uses real life people from his past...
The Bobby Vinton Show (1975 - 1978) - Successful half-hour variety show that aired in the 70s. Hit song "Roses are Red (My Love) spent three weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Arguably his most famous song is 1963's "Blue Velvet" that also went to No.1. 23 years later, when David Lynch named his movie Blue Velvet after this song. I...
Gran Reserva (1982 - 1982) - Gran is an old woman who lives by hershelp and grumbles on a lot of ocaissional things but eventrully cheers up when her grandson Jim always introduce her something new.
Beadle's About (1987 - 1996) - Beadle's About was a British television programme hosted by Jeremy Beadle, where members of the public became victims of practical jokes behind hidden cameras. It was produced by LWT for ITV, and ran from 1987 to 1996.
Rentaghost (1976 - 1984) - Harold and Ethel Meaker live in South Ealing and run 'Rentaghost' where they rent ghosts out to the public. Over the years many ghosts came and went but the main Rentaghost crew consisted of - Timothy Claypole - A jester at the court of Queen Matilda (The Dreaded Tyrant of the Twelfth Century) Hazel...
Going Places (1990 - 1991) - This was a show inspired by a previous ABC sitcom known as Bosom Buddies. Both seasons had different premises. The first one was about four writers for a show called Here's Looking at You, a candid camera type program where real people were caught in their normal lives outside the work place. The...
The Doris Day Show (1968 - 1973) - Originally it was about widow Doris Martin and her two young sons who left the big city for the quiet and peace of her family's ranch, which was run by her dad Buck and ranchhand Leroy. Later Doris, Buck and sons Billy and Toby moved to San Francisco, where Doris got a job as a secretary to bumblin...
Nowhere Man (1995 - 1996) - Bruce Greenwood stars as documentary photographer Thomas Veil who, in the course of one evening, seemingly has his whole existence erased, in the compelling one-hour drama Nowhere Man. It appears as if some mysterious and powerful entity has coerced Veil's family and friends into cooperating in a cl...
Hotel (1983 - 1988) - For five years, audiences checked into a cushy drama set of San Francisco's ritzy St. Gregory, where visitors found considerably more than a free bar of soap. They encountered romance, glamour, and excitement in this Aaron Spelling series based on Arthur Hailey's novel (which was first a 1967 movie...
Something is Out There (1988 - 1988) - Two police officers investigate a series of brutal murders in which the victims have had bodily organs removed. When one of them questions a young woman who has been seen at the crime scenes, it turns out she is an alien from an interstellar prison ship and that the murders have been committed by a...
Profiler (1996 - 2000) - Dr. Sam Waters is a detective with the Violent Crimes Task Force who work together with the FBI to track down murderers. Sam has visions in which she sees what happens when she is confronted with evidence and the crime scene.
Back to Sherwood (1998 - 1998) - Robin Hood, (not the one from the book but a modern day teenager), travels back in time to discover that she is in Sherwood Forest where the famous Robin Hood once lived. Using a magical amulet, given by her grandfather she has to rescue her famous ancestors from a wicked sorceress. The sixteen-year...
ER (1984 - 1985) - Dr. Sheinfeld, freshly divorced, becomes physician on call at the emergency room of a Chicago hospital, where he soon locks horns with the vivacious Dr. Eve Sheridan and attracts the puppy-love of (pediatrics) Nurse Cory. Situational humor mixes with tense medical crises.
Only When I Laugh (1982 - 1986) - A comedy set in the ward of an NHS hospital near Leeds where an odd trio will have you laughing every show.
Enos (1980 - 1981) - When he captured two notorious badguys back in Hazzard County, bumpkin deputy Enos was invited to join a Special Branch of the Los Angeles Police. His country manners annoy his black partner Turk and Lt. Broggi, but he functions as a cop nevertheless. Narration is in the form of letters home to Enos...
Da Vinci`s Inquest (1998 - 2006) - The series revolves around the life of Dominic Da Vinci, coronor of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Follow along as the police investigate the crimes; the medical examiners and coroner investigate & examine the deaths, and conduct their inquests, when needed.
Moby Dick And Mighty Mightor (1967 - 1970) - When a typhoon suddenly strikes Tom and Tub are swept miles away from their uncle's vessel "The Sea Explorer" and find themselves in uncharted waters surrounded by menacing sharks. When all seems lost they are rescued by the giant white whale, Moby Dick. Tom and Tub happily realize they have found a...
Girl Meets World (2014 - 2017) - The Disney Channel original comedy series is a sequel to the classic ABC 1990s comedy series "Boy Meets World." In New York City, where Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his wife, Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel) follow their daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and her best friend Maya Hart (Sabrina Ca...
The Saint (1962 - 1969) - When "The Saint" plays with fire...other people get burned! Roger Moore is Simon Templar, a 20th Century Robin Hood, alias The Saint. Also spawned into a 1997 film adaptation starring Val Kilmer as Templar.
Karneval (2013 - 2013) - Nai searches for someone important to him, with only an abandoned bracelet as a clue. Gareki steals and pick-pockets to get by from day to day. The two meet in a strange mansion where they are set-up, and soon become wanted criminals by military security operatives. When Nai and Gareki find themselv...
Gurren Lagann (2007 - 2007) - In their closed-off underground village, Kamina and Simon chafe at the limits imposed by the village elder. Yet all this will change, when Simon stumbles across a fantastic devicejust as the village's peace is broken by a violent intrusion.
Branded (1965 - 1966) - In the 1880s, Jason McCord travels the country trying to prove he's no coward. He needs to do this because the military career of this West point graduate came to an end when he was thrown out of the army after being accused of cowardice.
Kimagure Orange Road (1987 - 1988) - Kyosuke Kasuga, fifteen, moves to a new city and falls for Madoka Ayukawa. She's friendly when they're alone, but acts like a delinquent when in front of others. Kyosuke meanwhile struggles not to break the heart of Hikaru Hiyama, who fell in love after seeing him make an impossible basketball shot....
Psycho-Pass (2012 - 2013) - The series takes place in the near future, when it is possible to instantaneously measure and quantify a person's state of mind and personality. This information is recorded and processed, and the term "Psycho-Pass" in the anime's title refers to a standard used to measure an individual's being. The...
Monster Allergy (2006 - 2009) - In a world where monsters can only be seen by a select few, allergy-prone Zick has the ability to see invisible monsters living among us, a handy talent to have when the creatures misbehave and need to be tamed. Taming monsters may not be an easy task, but these kids are committed to it. With some h...
Gravity Falls (2012 - 2016) - Animated comedy about twins Dipper and Mabel Pines, who live with their eccentric uncle for a summer in Gravity Falls, Oregon, where he operates the world's most bizarre museum.
The National (1969 - Current) - This Canadian weeknight television news program is produced by CBC News, which brings news throughout Canada and around the world. It had been on the air weeknights since 1969 when Warren Davis was the original anchor for 1 year, then Lloyd Robertson anchored the program from 1970 to 1976, followed...
Fairy Tail Zer (2016 - 2016) - Many years ago, Mavis Vermilion was a servant on Sirius Island, mistreated by a guild master and his daughter, Zera. But Mavis stayed positive, because her mother once told her that fairies never visit people who cry about their problems. When the guild came under attack, Mavis pulled Zera from the...
Bakuman. (2010 - Current) - Moritaka Mashiro, a junior high school student, content to live out a relatively normal life as any other does, is persuaded by his classmate, Akito Takagi, to become an aspiring mangaka when the latter realizes his natural talent as an artist. However, Moritaka is reluctant to pursue his dream as h...
Hunter x Hunter (1999 - 2001) - Twelve-year-old Gon Freecss one day discovers that the father he had always been told was dead was alive and well. His Father, Ging, is a Huntera member of society's elite with a license to go anywhere or do almost anything. Gon, determined to follow in his father's footsteps, decides to take the H...
Sunrise (Australian TV News Program) (2000 - Current) - This Australian weekday morning breakfast television news program from Australia's 7 News. This program was originally debut under the name: "Seven News: Sunrise Edition" on January 17, 1991 with presenter Darren McDonald, when it was prior to hostilities breaking out during the Gulf War. In 1996,...
Hunter x Hunter (2011) (2011 - 2014) - Gon Freecs' father abandoned him as a baby in order to become a Hunter, an elite class with a license to go anywhere or do almost anything. Now 12 years old, Gon wishes to follow in his father's footsteps and become a great Hunter. While Gon faces the unexpected challenges the Hunter Examination thr...
Jungle Junction (2009 - 2012) - Jungle Junction is fun place where animal cars zip around and have some fun.
PBA on ESPN (1979 - Current) - When ESPN was launched in 1979, it did first brought live coverage of the PBA Bowling tour.
The 8:15 from Manchester (1990 - 1991) - Children's magazine programme broadcast when Going Live! Was in summer recess. Ran for 2 seasons and 43 episodes.
NBA on CBS (1973 - 1990) - The NBA on CBS is the branding that was used for weekly broadcasts of National Basketball Association (NBA) games produced by CBS Sports, the sports division of the CBS television network in the United States. CBS aired NBA games from the 19731974 NBA season (when it succeeded ABC Sports as the nat...
Major League Baseball on NBC (1947 - 2000) - Major League Baseball on NBC is the de facto branding for weekly broadcasts of Major League Baseball (MLB) games produced by NBC Sports, and televised on the NBC television network. Major League Baseball games first aired on the network from 1947 to 1989, when CBS acquired the broadcast television r...
Henry HuggleMonster (2013 - 2015) - Fun-loving 5-year-old Henry Hugglemonster, the middle child in a close-knit monster family, goes on adventures where he learns various life lessons like learning to work in a team and helping others.
Psycho Armor Govarian (1983 - 1983) - The Garadain Empire has exhausted the primary resources of their native planet, so they send different space expeditions to find a new world where to live. One of their main objectives is planet Earth. However, Zeku Alba, an alien scientist, decides to rebel against the imperial rule and flees towar...
Rosie and Jim (1990 - 2000) - "Rosie and Jim" is a UK children's TV programme by Ragdoll Productions. The show centered around the misadventures of two rag dolls on a narrowboat who come to life when no one is looking to explore the world.
Ah! My Goddess (2005 - 2006) - In a world where humans can have their wish granted via the Goddess Help Hotline, a human, Keiichi Morisato, summons the Goddess Belldandy by accident and jokes that she should stay with him forever. Unfortunately for him, his "wish" is granted.
High School of the Dead (2010 - 2010) - It happened suddenly: The dead began to rise and Japan was thrown into total chaos. As these monsters begin terrorizing a high school, Takashi Kimuro is forced to kill his best friend when he gets bitten and joins the ranks of the walking dead. Vowing to protect Rei Miyamoto, the girlfriend of the m...
Psych (2006 - 2014) - Shawn Spencer happens to possess some uncanny powers of observation thanks to his father, Henry, a former police officer who taught his son to remember even the smallest details of his surroundings. When Shawn is accused of committing a crime that he actually solved, he convinces the cops that he's...
Umineko: When They Cry (2009 - 2009) - On 4 October 1986, Kinzo Ushiromiya, the head of a wealthy family, who lives on and owns Rokkenjima, a secluded island, is near death, and eight of his family members arrive on the island to discuss how Kinzo's assets will be divided once he is dead. Also on the island are three family members who l...
A Dark Rabbit has Seven Lives (2011 - 2011) - Taito has been really sleepy lately, and keeps dreaming of a female vampire who says she has given him her "poison." Sometimes he even thinks he hears her voice when he's awake. But after surviving an accident that should have killed him, Taito's world changes drastically and he realizes that his dr...
Space Cobra (1982 - 1983) - Cobra is a manly anime that appeals to those who like to see a space adventure where a manly pirate goes up against robots, aliens,& pirates which also delivers plenty of eye candy with its multicolored universe filled with sexy women
Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- (2016 - 2016) - When Subaru Natsuki leaves the convenience store, the last thing he expects is to be wrenched from his everyday life and dropped into a fantasy world. Things aren't looking good for the bewildered teenager, however: not long after his arrival, he is attacked by some thugs; armed with only a bag of g...
Combat Mecha Xabungle (1982 - 1983) - Zora was an outlaw planet where they had a rule that one could own stolen things if he could run away keeping it for three days.
Sonic Soldier Borgman (1988 - 1988) - AD 199X, Tokyo. Four giant meteorites appearing out of nowhere crash on the city, destroying much of it. Thirty years later, Tokyo has been completely rebuilt under the name of Megalocity, enojoying a high level of prosperity and technology. However, the city is often under attack from extradimensio...
Ultimate Otaku Teacher (2015 - 2015) - Junichirou Kagami is a young published physicist, a genius, and a hopeless otaku. At the mercy of YD, a self-diagnosed illness which causes him to only be able to do what he "Yearns to Do," Junichirou foregoes his scientific career to maintain and improve his anime blog. However, when he gets hired...
Tatakae!! Ramenman (1988 - 1988) - Set in a land where several martial arts styles collide, including (but not limited to) Chinese Kung Fu, Japanese Karate, and South Korean Taekwondo. Yet amongst these Shaolin-trained fighters and men powerful enough to cut the face of a mountain, Victory Ramenman is said to be the strongest of them...
Amigos (1989 - 1991) - The bilingual series for families and children is designed to promote appreciation of Spanish language and Latino culture. The stories, over two seasons, revolve around Seorita Fernandez's "fonda," a place where Perro Pepe and the neighborhood children congregate. Each episode introduces Spanish la...
RWBY (2013 - Current) - RWBY is an American 3D web series created by Monty Oum for Rooster Teeth. The show is set in the fictional world of Remnant, where young people train to become Huntsmen and Huntresses to protect their world from the creatures of Grimm.
Tokyo Ghoul (2014 - 2014) - Ken Kaneki is a bookworm college student who meets a girl names Rize at a cafe he frequents. They're the same age and have the same interests, so they quickly become close. Little does Kaneki know that Rize is a ghoul - a kind of monster that lives by hunting and devouring human flesh. When part of...
Time For Fun! (1953 - 1960) - Time For Fun! is a kids' show that aired on a local New York station, premiering in 1953. The program, originally hosted by Corny the Clown (Bob Keeshan) was set in a city park where Corny, on his lunch break from the circus, would visit with his TV audience, telling stories to the children at home,...
Pacific Station (1991 - 1992) - The series is set in a police station in Venice, California, where by-the-book detective Bob Ballard finds himself with a very unusual new partner, Richard Capparelli, who is heavily into New Age philosophies.
What's New, Scooby-Doo? (2002 - 2006) - "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" is a more realistic modern version of "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?" The show lacks a laugh track and uses new, original sound effects. The theme song is performed by Simple Plan.
Wheel of Fortune (Syndicated) (1983 - Current) - The nighttime version of the game show that airs in local syndication. It debuted on September 19, 1983 in most markets.
DTV2 (1993 - 1997) - A spinoff the Disney Channel bumper: DTV. It was possibly a spoof of MTV2. This continued on until 1997 when The Disney Channel stop being uncut and commercial free.
Titans (2000 - 2000) - Aviation magnate Richard Williams (Perry King) is engaged to the much-younger Heather (Yasmine Bleeth), but is unaware that she previously had an affair with his son, Chandler (Casper Van Dien). A pilot, Chandler is unsure whether he should tell his father the truth, but Chandler soon discovers that...
Masters of the Maze (1994 - 1996) - A game show where contestants guess the distorted pictures in the first round and the first two contestants won the right to go to the maze.
Woofy (2004 - 2005) - In a household where no pets are allowed, a dog, in cahoots with his little boy master, passes himself off as a stuffed animal. Formerly a stray, Woofy and Antoine have forged a special bond which has led to Antoine taking the dog home and claiming to have won a stuffed animal at school. From that...
Creepschool (2004 - 2004) - Welcome to the school where your fears and nightmares become a hilariously creepy reality! Ghouls in the classroom! Giant octopuses in the swimming-pool! Elsa, Josh and the other kids have personal dilemmas and everyday problems just like the rest of us. But in the twilight zone of Creepschool nothi...
The Legend of Tarzan (2001 - 2003) - The Legend of Tarzan picks up where the 1999 feature film left off, with the title character adjusting to his new role as leader of the apes following Kerchak's death, and Jane (whom he has since married) adjusting to life in the jungle.
Elliot Moose (1998 - 1999) - Where could he be? Anywhere his imagination can take him! Elliot Moose is on the loose in this charming series combining live action, puppetry and animation, based on the Elliot Moose book series by author/illustrator Andrea Beck. A children's playroom is the perfect home base for adventure and fun...
Steam Detectives (1998 - 1999) - Steam City is a place where the only fuel source is coal, and the only means to produce energy is the steam engine. As the only source of energy, the steam engine has been the focus of technological advancement to the point where it can be substituted for any other form of power in modern technology...
Pecola (2003 - 2003) - A beautifully CGI animated series about the new cube on the block; Pecola stars an inquisitive, orphaned penguin who loves to stir up trouble. Set in the square world of Cube Town, Pecola delights in helping his friends and neighbours. Whether it is creating a few emergencies for the underworked tow...
Buddy Buddy... A Dog's Life (1997 - 2003) - A French animated series for children created and directed by Picha, a known Belgian cartoonist who made many cartoons for adults. The series' main characters are two dog siblings who both have name Jule. Shown in France, Spain, Italy and Poland (where the whole series was animated).
Fairy Tail (2009 - 2019) - Lucy is a 17-year-old girl, who wants to be a full-fledged mage. One day when visiting Harujion Town, she meets Natsu, a young man who gets sick easily by any type of transportation. But Natsu isn't just any ordinary kid, he's a member of one of the world's most infamous mage guilds: Fairy Tail.
Car 54, Where Are You? (1961 - 1963) - The misadventures of two of New York's finest (a Mutt and Jeff pair) in the mythical 53rd precinct in the Bronx.
Black Butler (2008 - 2009) - In this dark dramatic comedy adventure anime takes place in a 19th century London when a young boy sells his soul to a demon in order to avenge his family's death and successfully lead their influential toy manufacturing company. The demon takes the form of a loyal butler named Sebastian who's alway...
Fullmetal Alchemist (2003 - 2004) - Edward Elric, a young, brilliant alchemist, has lost much in his twelve-year life: when he and his brother Alphonse try to resurrect their dead mother through the forbidden act of human transmutation, Edward loses his brother as well as two of his limbs. With his supreme alchemy skills, Edward binds...
Jelly Jamm (2011 - 2013) - Spanish-British animated series which celebrates music, fun, and friendship. Friends Bello, Mina, Goomo, Rita, and Ongo learn to live in harmony on Planet Jammbo, where the music in the universe originates from.
Chortolton and the wheelies (1976 - 1979) - this surrel (or somewhat creepy) series feutured a dragon a witch and a place called wheelie world
Azuki_Chan (1995 - 1998) - Azuki-chan (Japanese: ?) is an anime series about a young schoolgirl named Azusa Noyama, nicknamed Azuki-chan because when she was younger she was accidentally called Azuki. This Blackie Ponytail Girl look like kimiko from xialion showdown
Mopatop's Shop (1999 - 2003) - "Mopatop's Shop" was a UK television series by Jim Henson Productions. The show features a large green Muppet named Mopatop and his red duck-like assistant Puppyduck, who run a shop where you can buy anything you could ever think or dream of.
Garfield Goose and Friends (1952) (1952 - 1976) - a children's television show produced by WGN-TV in Chicago, Illinois, United States from 1955 to 1976. The show was known as Garfield Goose and Friend from 1952 to 1955 when it aired on WBKB and WBBM-TV. It was the longest running puppet show on television.[4] The host of the show was Frazier Thomas...
Fantorangen (2007 - Current) - Fantorangen is a Norwegian television character known from Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), where he has his own program on the children's channel NRK Super. He is a plushie created and operated by Berit Nermoen, who also writes the scripts. The puppet was created in 2007 by visual artist T...
Compiler (1994 - 1994) - When a world of 2-D beings discovers the existence of our universe, they send a team of beautiful Domni-Matrixes into our world to prepare it for total integration. However, once liberated from their flat and dreary 2-D existence, Compiler and Assembler quickly discovered that cybersex with a couple...
Power Rangers Mystic Force (2006 - Current) - It was also the last season to air on ABC Family, when the channel dropped Jetix on August 31, 2006.
Kishkashta (1976 - 1981) - the main character in one of the first Israeli Educational Television shows, Ma Pit'om ( ; "What on earth?" or "No way!"), written by, among other screenwriters, Tamar Adar. The show aired in the 1970s and '80s, when there was only one television station in Israel, TV was still black and whit...
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000 - Current) - In the fictitious city of Mariner Bay, California, which was built on an ancient demon burial ground. When the demons were accidentally released from their tomb in the desert, they threaten to destroy Mariner Bay. Therefore, a government organization called Lightspeed Rescue, headed by Captain Willi...
Puni Puni Poemy (2001 - 2001) - Poemi Watanabe (a.k.a. Kobayashi) is a 10-year-old girl with aspirations of being a famous voice actress. Unfortunately, her school grades are bad and her voice acting is even worse. But when a mysterious alien kills her parents and wreaks havoc all over Tokyo, Poemi grabs a talking fish, skins it i...
Golgo 13 (2008 - 2009) - Golgo 13 is not his real name. Then again, neither is Duke Togo, Tadashi Togo, or any number of the aliases he goes by. A man of mystery, not even the worlds most prominent intelligence agencies can determine who Golgo really is, or just where he came from. But all agree that his skills are nothing...
Stardust Crusaders: Battle in Egypt (2015 - 2015) - Joutarou Kuujou and his allies have finally made it to Egypt, where the immortal Dio awaits. Upon their arrival, the group gains a new comrade: Iggy, a mutt who wields the Stand "The Fool." It's not all good news however, as standing in their path is a new group of Stand users who serve Dio, each wi...
Danger Mouse (2015) (2015 - Current) - Reboot of the 80's cartoon classic from England, where the White Wonder, Danger Mouse and the Hopeless Hamster, Penfold are back with new adventures as they thwart evil. Thrills and hilarity happen.
B'tX (1996 - 1996) - Teppei is going to visit his older brother Kotaro Takamiya during a scientific conference after training with a mysterious woman named Karen for the past 11 years. However his plans for a family reunion become stalled when a woman named Aramis kills everyone in the conference to kidnap Kotaro. Teppe...
Sarutobi Ecchan (1971 - 1972) - Toei Animation adapted it into an anime called Sarutobi Ecchan. The anime lasted 26 episodes. It has yet[when?] to be released on DVD in America; however, the series has been released on DVD in Japan.Ecchan appears to be a normal little girl, but appearances can be deceptive. She is descended from t...
Di Gi Charat Nyo! (2003 - 2004) - a Japanese anime and an alternate adaptation of Di Gi Charat. The series features Dejiko, and Puchiko, two catgirls who travel to Earth, for princess training, where they are accidentally split up.104 12-minute episodes were produced by Madhouse and aired as fifty-two episodes between April 6, 2003...
Monster Math Squad (2012 - 2016) - a Canadian CGI animated series, created by Jeff Rosen and produced by DHX Media for CBC Television.It follows the adventures of three monsters who go on missions that require math equations. Together, they solve math problems to complete missions.The series takes place in the city of Monstrovia, whe...
Violinist of Hameln (1996 - 1997) - The anime has a darker tone, whereas the manga, at least initially, tends toward a lighter, more comedic tone. No official English translations exist to date for the manga or its adaptations.The setting resembles a medieval Europe judging by the architecture, the way people are dressed, and the loca...
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (1996 - 1999) - a sci-fi anime series based on novels by Shoji Takashi. There have been two 3-episode OVAs from J.C.Staff. The series was released in the United States by The Right Stuf International on DVD in 2003.The series is set in 2999 AD, where two factionsTERRA and NESSare engaged in a space war game to co...
Muteking, The Dashing Warrior (1980 - 1981) - Tondemo Senshi Muteking) is a science fiction comedy anime series by Tatsunoko Productions,created in 1980. It ran from September 7, 1980, to September 27, 1981, on Fuji TV.[3] Twelve-year-old Rin Yuki loyally supported his father when the world laughed at the scientist for saying that Earth was abo...
The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee (1970 - 1990) - Konch Monogatari: Minashigo Hatchi, lit. A Bug's Tale: Hutch the Orphan) is an anime series produced by Tatsunoko Productions.The series features the adventures of a young bee named Hutch : the son of a Queen bee, Hutch is separated from his mother when his native beehive is destroyed by an attack...
The Genie Family (1969 - 1970) - an anime series by Tatsunoko Production.An old bottle has found its way into the household of a modern family, which consists of a boy named Kan and his parents. A genie, Hakushon, and his daughter, Akubi, reside inside it. When Kan finds the bottle, he discovers that a sneeze summons Hakushon and h...
Anmitsu Hime (1986 - 1987) - Anmitsu is a beautiful princess living happily at the Amakara Castle. The only thing is she is a tomboy and doesn't act very ladylike. When Anmitsu turns ten years old, her parents present her with a tutor named Castella, who from the Pudding Kingdom, in hopes of getting Anmitsu more serious about b...
Baby Princess (2011 - Current) - An original video animation adaptation by Studio Comet was released on July 20, 2011 on Blu-ray as a 3D and 2D edition set with the title Baby Princess 3D Paradise 0 (with special 3D-glasses) and on DVD as a regular 2D edition with the title Baby Princess 2D Paradise 0.When his grandmother and last...
Jim Jam and Sunny (2006 - 2008) - a children's television programme that aired on the CITV channel. It first aired on 20 November 2006.Jim Jam is 3, and his older sister Sunny is 4, Whenever they enter their magical room, the toys come to life, and they have many adventures together.Main characters Edit
Hiatari Ryk! (1982 - 1988) - a live-action television drama series,[2] an anime television series,[1] and an anime film sequel to the television series.[1] The title translates roughly as Sunlight All Around!The story focuses on the relationships of Kasumi Kishimoto, a high school student. When she enters Myj High School, she...
Persona 4: The Animation (2011 - 2014) - an anime television series based on Atlus' PlayStation 2 video game, Persona 4,The story revolves around Yu Narukami, a young teenager who moves to the town of Inaba, where a mysterious string of murders is taking place. Upon discovering a distorted TV World and acquiring a mysterious power known as...
Pixanne (1960 - 1969) - a children's television program, created and hosted by singer-actress Jane Norman, that ran from 1960 to 1969 on WCAU-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was syndicated nationally for another seven years.The show began when Norman, a onetime child prodigy who had been playing and composing music si...
Nuzzle and Scratch (2008 - 2010) - a British children's television programme, shown on CBeebies.It stars two eponymous puppet alpacas created and developed by Barry Quinn and Alan Robinson and written by various writers.[2]The show starts with a beautiful scene of the Andes which is where Nuzzle and Scratch are originally from: (We'r...
Yurikuma Arashi (2015 - Current) - lit. "Lily Bear Storm"[2][3]) is a Japanese yuri anime television series produced by Silver Link and directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara. The series was first announced via a website in August 2012, where it was referred to as the "Kunihiko Ikuhara/Penguinbear Project." The series first aired in Japan betw...
A Certain Magical Index (2008 - 2019) - Toaru Majutsu no Indekkusu) is a Japanese light novel series written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Kiyotaka Haimura, which has been published by ASCII Media Works under their Dengeki Bunko imprint since April 2004. The plot is set in a world where supernatural abilities exist. The light novel...
Chivalry of a Failed Knight (2015 - Current) - Rakudai Kishi no Kyabarurii, lit. The Heroic Tales of the Failure Knight) is a Japanese light novel series written by Riku Misora and illustrated by Won. The story is set in a fantasy world where the titular failed knight Ikki Kurogane meets Stella Vermillion who is considered a genius. The two make...
Klonoa phantomile adventures (2014 - 2019) - A Anime tv series base on the psx game by namco bandai,Did you guys think Rango Lango was the easiest boss to fight against on Klonoa: Door to Phantomile which Joker made it oddly mention where his weak point was right before the fight even started right?The game is set in Phantomile, a land fueled...
Hyouge Mono (2011 - 2012) - lit. "Jocular Fellow,In the Sengoku period, when the shadow of Oda Nobunaga was still cast over the land, the warlord Furuta Sasuke lost his soul to the tea ceremony. While war shook the world around him, he faced his own conflict between his desire for promotion and his love for his art.
Gun Sword (2005 - Current) - (Japanese:  Hepburn: Gan Sdo, stylized as GUNSWORD), is a Japanese anime television series produced by AIC A.S.T.A. The series is directed by Gor Taniguchi and written by Hideyuki Kurata.The story is set on the "Planet of Endless Illusion", a place where rogues of all sorts gather. The pr...
Klonoa lunatea:the animation (2019 - Current) - Anime base on the ps2 game by bandai,produced by satelight, I had portrayed the moment when Lolo was desperately clinging to Klonoa and hoping that he won't go... ;__; I still remember that moment when Lolo was so strong and confident to have Klonoa leaving them because his job was done in Lunatea,...
Saban's Bob In A Bottle (The Genie Family) (1969 - 1970) - The Genie Family ( Hakushon Daima) is an anime series by Tatsunoko Production. An old bottle has found its way into the household of a modern family, which consists of a boy named Kan and his parents. A Big genie named Hakushon and his daughter, Akubi lives reside inside it. When Kan finds...
Full-Blast Science Adventure So That's How It Is (2003 - 2004) - a Japanese anime broadcast by TV Tokyo from October 5, 2003 to March 28, 2004.The premise of the story is that a group of children are brought into the "Realm World" when playing an online game, they have to finish a competition in two separated groups before getting back home.Characters
SoltyRei (2005) (2005 - 2006) - a Japanese anime series by Gonzo and AIC combining attributes of drama and sci-fi, about the inhabitants of a city where an Aurora prevents aerial travel. It is directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike and co-produced by TV Asahi, Gonzo and AIC with music by Toshiyuki mori.On April 2, 2006, Funimation Enterta...
Pikaia! (2015 - 2017) - a Japanese educational anime series produced by NHK Educational. The first season started airing on April 29, 2015 for 13 episodes before ending in July 30, 2015.[1] It is renewed with a second season in February 2017.The story begins in the future when Earth itself is no longer inhabitable by livin...
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (2015 - 2017) - It was roughly 300 years after the conclusion of a great conflict known as the Calamity War, the Earth Sphere has lost its previous governing structure, and a new system of government has created a new world. Far away, seeds of a new conflict are starting to form in the Mars Sphere. When private sec...
Aria (2005 - 2016) - a utopian science fantasy manga by Kozue Amano. The series was originally titled Aqua ( Akua) when it was published by Enix in the magazine Monthly Stencil, being retitled when it moved to Mag Garden's magazine Comic Blade.[3] Aqua was serialized in Stencil from 2001 to 2002 and collected in two...
Strange Dawn (2000 - Current) - a 13-episode anime television series created by Hal Film Maker for Pioneer LDC (now Geneon) in 2000. The series follows the adventures of Eri and Yuko after they are transported to a strange world where all the people are very short.The series aired on Britain's Channel 5 during their Saturday morni...
DNA (1994 - 1994) - Karin, a DNA operator from the future, is on a mission to change the course of History by stopping Junta Momonari from becoming the Mega-Playboy who fathered 100 children and led to the overpopulation of the world. But Junta is no playboy; in fact he is allergic to girls. But when Karin shoots him w...
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001 - 2011) - An police procedural television drama series set in New York City, where it was also primarily produced.
ef: A Tale of Memories. (2007 - 2007) - On Christmas Eve, Hiro Hirono runs into Miyako Miyamura, a frivolous girl who "borrows" his bicycle in order to chase down a purse thief. After Hiro finds his bicycle wrecked and Miyako unconscious, the two unexpectedly spend their Christmas Eve together, and when they discover they go to the same h...
Brave Beats (2015 - 2016) - a Japanese anime television series produced by BN Pictures. It aired from October 11, 2015 to March 27, 2016 when it was followed by a rerun of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn the week after.One day, sixth grade student Hibiki Kazaguruma meets a small robot named Breakin. He discovers Breakin can talk, a...
Mob Psycho 100 (2016 - 2019) - Eighth-grader Shigeo "Mob" Kageyama has tapped into his inner wellspring of psychic prowess at a young age. But the power quickly proves to be a liability when he realizes the potential danger in his skills. Choosing to suppress his power, Mob's only present use for his ability is to impress his lon...
MumbleBumble (1998 - 2000) - This happy-go-lucky hippo has a talent for turning the world into a silly fun-filled playground. Whether he's chasing rainbows, counting the stars or going spelunking, he's always got a surprise up his sleeve. And if MumbleBumble can't find what he's looking for, he simply invents it. After all,...
Legend of the Galactic Heroes (1988 - 1997) - The 150-year-long stalemate between the two interstellar superpowers, the Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance, comes to an end when a new generation of leaders arises: the idealistic military genius Reinhard von Lohengramm, and the FPA's reserved historian, Yang Wenli.
Spider Riders (2006 - 2007) - Fourteen-year-old Hunter Steele searches for the legendary Inner World by following the instructions in his grandfather's journal. He enters a cave where he finds a mysterious manacle that attaches itself to him. A spider startles Hunter, who falls into a hole to the center of the Earth and into the...
Ninja Nonsense (2004 - 2004) - Kaede is a normal school girl who was studying for her exams for school when suddenly she is interrupted by Shinobu, a girl who is a ninja-in-training, attempting to complete her exam. The problem is, in order for her to successfully complete her exam, she must steal one of Kaede's panties!
Sakigake!! Otokojuku (1988 - 1988) - Charge!! Men's Private School. Otokojuku: a private school for juvenile delinquents that were previously expelled from normal schools. At this school, Japanese chivalry is taught through feudal and military fundamentals. Similar to an action film, the classes are overwhelmed by violence. Only those...
X (2001 - 2002) - His destiny has finally arrived as the young Shirou Kamui returns to Tokyo after 6 years. A powerful psychic, Kamui vows to protect the happiness of his childhood friends Fuuma and Kotori, even if it means avoiding them. But fate is cruel, whether or not Kamui wants to be involved; he holds the futu...
My-Otome (2005 - 2006) - Arika Yumemiya has traveled far in search of her goal: the prestigious Gualderobe Academy. This is the school where young girls are trained to become Otomes, protectors of royal leaders throughout the lands. Here, Arika makes plenty of friends, but some enemies know something about her past that she...
Gear Fighter Dendoh (2000 - 2001) - The story takes place in the future where war machines from evil mechanical alien empire Garufa finally reaches Earth. In order to protect earth, an Earth defense organization called GEAR (Guard Earth and Advanced Reconnaissance) is formed. GEAR has an ultimate weapon in a form of war mecha, GEAR Fi...
IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix (2005 - 2006) - In the year 2048, people are raving about a fighting race called Immortal Grand Prix, or IGPX in short, which is faster and more exciting than any of the existing motor sports. The phenomenon is so big that an entire city was built for the racing industry where competitions take place on a huge tr...
Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (2003 - 2003) - It's back-to-school mayhem with Kaname Chidori and her war-freak classmate Sousuke Sagara as they encounter more misadventures in and out of Jindai High School. But when Kaname gets into some serious trouble, Sousuke takes the guise of Bonta-kunthe gun-wielding, butt-kicking mascot. And while he st...
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002 - 2005) - In the not so distant future, mankind has advanced to a state where complete body transplants from flesh to machine is possible. This allows for great increases in both physical and cybernetic prowess and blurring the lines between the two worlds. However, criminals can also make full use of such te...
WCAU-TV Newscasts (1948 - Current) - WCAU-TV in Philadelphia presently broadcasts 43 hours, 25 minutes of locally produced newscasts each week. News has been produced at WCAU-TV from when the station went on the air on in 1948.
Casshern Sins (2008 - 2009) - In the distant future, where cyborgs and humans struggle to survive after the war which destroyed the world, a being in white suit awakens. His name is Casshern and he remembers nothing of his own past.
Black Lagoon (2006 - 2006) - Rokuro "Rock" Okajima, a meek businessman, is on a trip to Southeast Asia, when things turn sour for him: Pirates board the ship and take Rock hostage. While under their control, he agrees to join the crew -- known as the Black Lagoon Co. -- which includes merciless and maniacal Revy, Dutch and Benn...
Love Hina (2000 - 2000) - Keitaro Urashima promised a girl when he was young that they would meet up again at Tokyo University in the future. Sadly, in the National Practice Exam, Keitaro ranked 27th from the bottom. Knowing his grandmother owned a hotel, Keitaro intended to stay there while continuing his studies for Tokyo...
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (2002 - 2002) - Satoshi "Sasshi" Imamiya believes his life is in shambles, as only a 12-year-old can. Having lost his card collection, his childish dilemmas worsen when he learns that his childhood friend, Arumi Asahina, will be moving away.
Nobunagun (2014 - 2014) - Shio Ogura is a Japanese high school student, who is visiting Taiwan on a school trip when she is suddenly attacked by monsters. Shio Ogura is a Japanese high school student, who is visiting Taiwan on a school trip when she is suddenly attacked by monsters. Agents known as "E-Gene Holders" from the...
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (2011 - 2011) - Madoka Kaname and Sayaka Miki are regular middle school girls with regular lives, but all that changes when they encounter Kyuubey, a cat-like magical familiar, and Homura Akemi, the new transfer student.
Cat's Eye (1983 - 1985) - The three Kisugi sistersRui, Hitomi and Aiduring the day run a small cafe called "Cat's Eye." To discover the whereabouts of their father, the artist Michael Heintz, who has disappeared, Hitomi and her sisters rob art galleries as the smart and mysterious thief "Cat's Eye" in the hope that his wor...
Shin Cutey Honey (1994 - 1995) - Cosplay City is in danger when the evil Dolmeck shows up. Commanding his army of monsters, he plans on destroying everything. Only one person can stop this: Cutey Honey. After she is released from her dormancy, Honey Kisaragi becomes the multi-transformational android Cutey Honey. However, the least...
The Pat Sajak Show (1989 - 1990) - A CBS late-night talk show hosted by TV weathercaster and Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak following the departure to his Wheel's daytime game show. It competed with the Tonight Show on NBC and ran for fifteen months on air.
Tenchi Muyo! GXP (2002 - 2002) - Seina is unlucky, so unlucky that when he stumbles upon a recruiter looking for his senpai Tenchi he gets taken instead. Forced into the Galaxy police, his luck begins to change. A natural to randomly jumping near pirates, he is assigned his own decoy to draw out pirates. His luck brings him into th...
Gun Frontier (2002 - 2002) - It is a harsh and barren wasteland, where the weak aren't allowed to dream. It is also a sacred land for true men, for there is no place a man can feel more alive. This is the Gun Frontier. Sea Pirate Captain Harlock and the errant samurai, Tochiro arrive in the United States on the Western Frontier...
Ushio & Tora (1992 - 1993) - Ushio thinks his fathers tale of an ancient demon is nuts, but when he finds the monster in his own basement, Ushio has to take another look at the family legend.
Now and Then, Here and There (1999 - 2000) - Shu is a typical Japanese boy, but has an unbeatable, optimistic and determined attitude. However, when he sees a mysterious girl with strange eyes named Lala-Ru up on a smokestack, he is soon pulled into a strange desert world. Shu soon discovers the true terrors of war, which includes genocide, br...
Gantz (2004 - 2004) - Kei Kurono is a typical high school student in a selfish world, not caring about anyone other than himself. However when, by chance, he was forced to help out his childhood friend, Katou Masaru, rescue a drunkard who fell into subway tracks, both he and Katou were killed... Or not. After being run o...
Cutey Honey Flash (1997 - 1998) - On her sixteenth birthday, Honey Kisaragi goes to meet her father. However, he shows up injured and on the run. Out of nowhere, a group of thugs and a monster show up. A detective, Seiji Hayama, rescues Honey and her father. Unfortunately, the monster captures Honey`s father. A grieving Honey goes h...
MAD (2010 - 2013) - An American animated sketch comedy produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The series was based on MAD Magazine, where each episode is a collection of short animated parodies of television shows, movies, games, celebrities, and other media using various types of animation (CGI, claymation, stopmotion, e...
Spice and Wolf (2008 - 2008) - Holo is a powerful wolf deity who is celebrated and revered in the small town of Pasloe for blessing the annual harvest. Yet as years go by and the villagers become more self-sufficient, Holo, who stylizes herself as the "Wise Wolf of Yoitsu," has been reduced to a mere folk tale. When a traveling m...
Higurashi When They Cry (2006 - 2013) - lit. When the Evening Cicadas Cry), known simply as When They Cry,two anime television series were produced by Studio Deen in 2006 and 2007; a third anime adaptation was released as an original video animation (OVA) series in 2009. The first anime series was licensed by Geneon Entertainment in Engli...
Nature Cat (2015 - 2020) - Nature Cat follow the adventures of a house cat named Fred. When his owners leave for the day, he becomes the outdoor expert Nature Cat. He and his friends Hal the dog, Daisy the rabbit, and Squeeks the mouse learn about all of nature all over the world.
Mamotte! Lollipop (2006 - 2009) - The story revolves around female protagonist Nina Yamada, a seventh grader who accidentally swallows the Crystal Pearl thinking it was candy. The pearl is the goal of a sorcery examination where the students must retrieve it to pass. But since Nina has swallowed the pearl, she is now the target. For...
Alice SOS (1998 - 1999) - an anime series directed by Shingo Kaneko. It was broadcast every second week from April 6, 1998 until January 28, 1999.Takashi loves reading books and especially loves Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. One day, he buys some used books, and he finds one book thrown in. When Takashi opens the book, t...
Phantom Blood / Battle Tendency (2012 - 2013) - In 1868, Dario Brando saves the life of an English nobleman, George Joestar. By taking in Dario's son Dio when the boy becomes fatherless, George hopes to repay the debt he owes to his savior. However Dio, unsatisfied with his station in life, aspires to seize the Joestar house for his own. Wielding...
Battle Athletes (1997 - 1998) - a Japanese series produced by the AIC studio and released as an original video animation (OVA) and a manga by Yki Nakano, and later aired as an anime television series on TV Tokyo in 1997.a six-episode OVA set in the distant future where, after many years of war with an extraterrestrial race, a con...
Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! (2007 - Current) - often shortened to Manabi Straight!) is a Japanese multimedia project co-developed by the animation studio Ufotable and MediaWorks. The project revolves around a group of high school girls in the year 2035 when the birth rate has dropped dramatically. It launched in August 2004 in MediaWorks' Dengek...
Wing-Man (1984 - 1985) - is the story of Kenta Hirono, a fan of superheroes and sentai television shows to the point where he dreams of becoming such a hero himself. To that end, he creates a superhero of his own called "Wingman," and, much to the chagrin of his teachers, acts out his fantasies of being Wingman at school. W...
Saru Get You -On Air- (2006 - 2007) - a CGI anime television series produced by Xebec based on Sony's Ape Escape video game franchise. The series aired on TV Tokyo between April 8, 2006 and September 29, 2007 and loosely adapts storylines from Million Monkeys, Ape Escape 3 and SaruSaru Big Mission.When Specter gets hold of a Pipo Helmet...
Hime-chan's Ribbon (1992 - 1993) - a 61 episode anime series, produced by Studio Gallop, that aired from October 2, 1992 to December 3, 1993. Hajime Watanabe's first project as a character designer was with Hime-chan no Ribbon. The manga series was collected into ten volumes in Japan, where it received a full anime DVD release.[1] A...
The Story of Read Alee Deed Alee (1994 - 1995) - Created by Slim Goodbody, The Story of Read Alee Deed Alee is an educational show aimed at children dedicated to literacy. The show tells the story of a magical dragon named Read Alee Deed Alee. One day he takes a magical journey to a faraway land where everybody loves to read. The series had a focu...
Seitokai Yakuindomo (2010 - 2017) - "Student Council Staff Members") is a shnen four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie. The series began serialization in the June 2007 issue of Kodansha's Magazine Special and ran in that magazine until the July 2008 issue, where it was thereafter transferred to Kod...
Magikano (2006 - 2006) - an anime series, directed by Seiji Kishi and written by Hideki Mitsui.also broadcast by Animax, who adapted and dubbed the series into English for broadcast across its English language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia from February 2007, where the series received its English language premie...
Shugo Chara! (2007 - 2010) - When Amu wishes for the courage to be reborn as her would-be self, she is surprised to find three colorful eggs the next morning, which hatch into three Guardian Characters: Ran, Miki, and Su
DearS (2004 - 2005) - Exactly one year prior to the beginning of DearS, humanity made unprecedented contact with extraterrestrial life. Forced to crash land into Tokyo Bay when, en route to their home planet of Thanatos, their spacecraft breaks down, 150 humanoid aliens are naturalized into Japanese society and affection...
Clannad (anime) (2007 - 2009) - story revolves around Tomoya Okazaki, a third year high school student who dislikes his life. Tomoya's mother (Atsuko) died when Tomoya was young, leaving his father (Naoyuki) to raise him. After the accident, Tomoya's father turned to alcohol and gambling, and had frequent fights with his son. One...
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (2014 - 2015) - High school student Chiyo Sakura has a crush on schoolmate Umetar Nozaki. When she confesses her love to him, he mistakes her for a fan and gives her an autograph. When she says she wants to be with him, he invites her to his house and has her help on some drawings. Sakura discovers that Nozaki is...
Chrono Crusade (2003 - 2004) - set in the height of the Roaring Twenties, where jazz is king, bootleg liquor flows freely, and the mob rules the streets. It is a time of prosperity, luxury and decadence, and the division between rich and poor grows even wider in the wake of the First World War. It is at such times of great change...
Full Moon o Sagashite (2002 - 2003) - The series was adapted as an anime television series produced by Nihon Ad Systems, which ended before the manga was completed, plus an OVA distributed with an issue of Ribon. The Anime series was broadcast on TV Tokyo, where it enjoyed high ratings.
GATE (2015 - 2016) - Off-duty Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) officer and otaku, Youji Itami, is on his way to attend a doujin convention in Ginza, Tokyo when a mysterious portal in the shape of a large gate suddenly appears. From this gate, supernatural creatures and warriors clad in medieval armor emerge, charging th...
Blend S (2017 - Current) - A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by A-1 Pictures aired from October to December 2017.High school girl Maika Sakuranomiya has trouble finding a part-time job because of how scary she looks when smiling. However, she is scouted one day by an Italian man who is also the manager of Stile,...
Terry Hall (1926 - 2007) - was an English ventriloquist. He appeared regularly on television with his puppet, Lenny the Lion, whose catchphrase was "Aw, don't embawass me!" Hall is credited with having been one of the first ventriloquists to use a non-human puppet.Hall was born in Chadderton, Lancashire, where his parents ran...
Maburaho (2003 - 2004) - a 24 episode anime series produced by J.C.Staff and broadcast by WOWOW in Japan.set in a world where every character has the ability to use magic, however everyone's magic is not equal. Each person in the story has a different degree of magic and a set number of times that they can use their magic....
Myriad Colors Phantom World (2016 - 2016) - Phantoms: supernatural entities such as ghosts or youkai that, until recently, were thought to be superstition. However, when a virus that infects the brain spreads throughout society, people's perception of the world changes as the mythical beings are revealed to have been living alongside humanity...
Lunar Legend Tsukihime (2003 - 2003) - Shiki Toono sustained a life threatening injury as a child, and due to that incident he was sent away from the Toono household and was given to a relative to be raised. Years later, when Shiki is in high school, the head of the Toono householdhis fatherdies, and he is ordered to move back in by hi...
Heaven's Memo Pad (2011 - 2011) - Narumi Fujishima isn't your typical high school student. He's never really fit in and has become increasingly more isolated from his fellow classmates. But he's not alone, and when Ayaka, the sole member of the Gardening Club, introduces him to the reclusive girl who lives above the ramen shop, Naru...
Motormouse and Autocat (1970 - 1972) - These two rivals are seen in all sorts of contests trying to beat each other. It was a spin off of "The Cattanooga Cats" when that show went to the Sunday morning half-hour format. Premiered September 12, 1970.
Martha Speaks (2008 - 2014) - Martha Speaks is a American-Canadian animated children's television series based on the 1992 children's book of the same name by Susan Meddaugh, about a talking dog named Martha (voiced by Tabitha St. Germain), who is owned by ten-year-old Helen Lorraine (known in the books as Helen Finney). When He...
Lamb Chop's Play Along (1992 - 1997) - Lamb Chop's Play Along was a TV show starring puppet actress Shari Lewis and her titled creation, Lab Chop along with her friends Charlie Horse and Hush Puppy. Each episode took place on a farm where Shari and her friend, puppet and human would sing, dance, tell jokes, play games and do tricks. The...
America's Funniest Home Videos (1989 - Current) - America's Funniest Home Videos is a reality show on ABC where people can send in funny videos of things including incidents and practical jokes. The funniest video of each episode wins $10,000 with 7 winners then competing for $100,000. First hosted by Bob Saget who would humorously voice the clips...
Danny Phantom (2004 - 2007) - Danny Fenton was once your typical shy kid--you know, kind of a wallflower. But all that changed one afternoon when Danny accidentally blew up his parents' laboratory and became ghost-hunting superhero Danny Phantom. Now 1/2 ghost, Danny's picked up some pretty cool paranormal powers-- but only his...
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993 - 1997) - Taking place ten years after the original "Kung Fu" series it's revealed that Caine had a son, Peter, and they both believed that the other had died in a tragic fire at the Shaolin Temple. Caine's travels led him to New York City where Peter has become a police detective. Now reunited they battle...
Magic Mongo (1977 - 1978) - When teenagers Donald, Lorraine, and Kristy find an old bottle, they discover it is the home of Mongo, a genie. Mongo's magical attempts to help his young masters lead to many wacky misadventures.
Eyewitness News Nightcast (1965 - 1995) - This was a news show shown on KYW Philadelphia every night when it was a Group W station and an NBC affiliate (it is now a CBS affiliate); aired at 11:00 pm
A Hollywood Hounds Christmas (1993 - 1994) - Just as Christmas in Hollywood is starting to look glum, three darling pets discover an opportunity to make some extra money by entering a singing contest. A country guitar-playing dog named Dude, learns cultural tolerance and understanding when he teams up with Cuz, a sax-playing canine and Rosie t...
NBC News: Overnight (1982 - 1983) - NBC News Overnight was the brainchild of former NBC News executive Reuven Frank, who conceived the show as inexpensive overnight programming after Late Night with David Letterman (in an era where infomercials were not as prevalent as the 1990's and 2000's). Linda Ellerbee and Lloyd Dobyns originally...
The Archie Show (1968 - 1978) - The Archie Show (also known as The Archies) is an American musical sitcom television series produced by Filmation for CBS. Based on the Archie Comics, created by Bob Montana in 1941, The Archie Show aired Saturday mornings on CBS from September 1968 to August 1969, when it was replaced by an hour-lo...
Heroes on Hot Wheels (1986 - 1989) - Michael Valiant is the World's best racer. He drives everything, from Jet skis to motorcycles to planes. If it has a motor, he races it. Pops is his dad and the leader of the Valiant racing team. Quincy is the mechanic who comes up with really powerful motors to propel Michael's vehicles to maximum...
The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985 - 1986) - A briefly-lasting version of "The Bugs Bunny Show" this is what the show was called when it moved back to ABC in 1985. The show was an hour long and did not air Tweety or Speedy Gonzales cartoons but they were added a year later when the show was renamed "The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show".
The $100,000 Pyamid (1985 - Current) - An updated nighttime version of The $25,000 Pyramid where in addition to winning $10,000 or $25,000 in the Winners Circle the 3 contestants who went to the top of the pyramid quicker returned for a tournamet of Champions.
Don't Forget the Lyrics! (2007 - 2011) - Hosted by Wayne Brady a single contestant must sing onscreen lyrics to popular songs live but must keep singing remembering the lyrics themselves when the music and words stop. Contestants sang 10 songs for $1,000,000.
Monster Farm (1998 - 1999) - The series was about a young man from the city named Jack Haylee and the farm he inherits from his great Uncle Harloff. What he finds when he arrives is a bizarre collection of farm animals. Together, this unlikely managerie must work to help their new owner save their home from the curiosity-seeker...
Super Force (1990 - 1992) - Super Force is an action adventure TV series about a former astronaut who uses an advanced combat suit and motorcycle to fight crime in the city of metroplex during the year 2020. among the features of the suit were enhanced strength and armament where as the motorcycle had an array of james bond ty...
Magical Fairy Pelsia (1984 - 1987) - Pelsia, a cute ten-year-old girl who grew up among the animals in Africa, is taken back to Japan. She is transported to a magic world where she is given a headband which creates a baton which transforms her into a pretty sixteen-year-old girl with various outfits. She also has two cute magical pets...
VH-1 Where Are They Now? (1999 - 2004) - This show was a program that served as a chance to catch up with retro talents from singers to actors and actresses.
Blue Gender (1999 - 2000) - A gory mecha anime, set in a dystopian future where insect-like aliens have ruined the Earth.
MotorWeek (1981 - Current) - MotorWeek is a weekly automotive TV series first premireing on PBS in 1981 as hosted by auto expert John H. Davis. The series is presented in magazine-like format featuring reviews, comparisons, news, and features. Segments on the show include Road Tests(where a vehicle is test driven), Goss Garage(...
LazyTown (2004 - 2014) - A series created by Icelandic athlete Magnus Scheving which encourages healthy lifstyles. A girl named Stephanie moves in with her uncle Milford Meanswell, the mayor of a town called Lazy Town, where the kids never play outside. Planning to change that, Stephanie calls in a superhero named Sportacus...
Ruin Explorers (1995 - 1995) - Ruin Explorers is OVA fantasy comedy series from ANIMATE and Asia-Do. This series about treasure hunters Iri (a sorceress who turns into a mouse whenever she uses her magic) and Fam (a sorceress catgirl) trying to find a item called the Ultimate Power. While on their journey they come across a princ...
System Crash (1999 - 2001) - This show is about a high school where the kids have their own closed circuit tv show. They perform skits, have commercials, and different segments, etc.
The Fugitive (T.V.) (1963 - 1967) - Dr. Richard Kimble, an Indiana pediatrician, is accused, arrested, tried and convicted of the murder of his wife. Kimble claims he was on his way home from a drive when the murder occurred, and saw a one-armed man running from his house upon his return. Kimble manages to escape from the detective as...
When the Boat Comes In (1976 - 1981) - BBC TV Series
The Road Runner Show (1966 - 1972) - The Road Runner show is a show with various mini cartoons featuring the cast and crew of the looney toons gang, including many cartoons involving the coyote chasing and trying to catch the road runner, in which alot of huge things, including boulders, fall on him.This show is where the tiny umbrella...
Double Talk (1986 - 1986) - Double Talk Was A Game Sow Where Two Teams Of Two Celeb/Civilian) Guess Puzzles To Earn Points, It Is A Cousin Of the Pyramid Hosted By Dick Clark. In The Bonus Game, The Team Has 60 Seconds To Spell The Name Of The Game By Answering Puzzles (Ex. EL: After U Had Breakfast, The Next Meal, I'm Going...
Iznogoud (1995 - 1995) - This is a show about Iznogoud, the Sultans right hand which Iznogoud is NOT pleased to be. He wants to be the Sultan himself! So every episode is about him and his not so trusty sidekick Wa'at Alahf where they plan how to throw him off the throne, but always ends in mischief for poor Iznogoud
Promised Land (1996 - 1999) - When Russell Greene loses his job, he decides to go on the road with his family. So he gathers his wife, Claire, his son, Josh, his daughter, Dinah, his mother, Hattie, and his nephew, Nathaniel and hits the road. With only an old Suburban, a trailer, and a dream, Russell and his family are now trav...
Commando Cody - Radar Men from the Moon (1952 - 1952) - Commando Cody is a freelance civilian scientist who has owns a laboratory, in this facility he has a full staff of assistants, a rocket ship with ability to travel to the moon and the his own personal rocket pack. Cody is called to action when various military and major facilities are attacked and t...
Revolutionary Girl Utena (1997 - 2004) - Utena Tenjou's parents died when she was a little girl. At that time, a prince appeared to her and gave her a signet ring with a rose crest. He told Utena to keep the ring and promised that they would meet again someday. Utena was so impressed by him that she decided to become a prince herself! Uten...
Mrs. PepperPot (1983 - 1984) - The show is about an elder woman, who lives with her grumpy man in a house in a forrest. She has a teaspoon on her necklace and at the most inconvenient times, she shrinks to the size of the teaspoon. When she is small, she can talk to animals.
The Ghost Hunter (1999 - 2002) - The Ghost Hunter series centred around Roddy and Tessa Oliver, two ordinary children whose lives are turned upside down when William Povey, a shoeshine boy from Victorian England appears in Roddy's bedroom as a ghost and appeals to him for help. The Ghost Hunter is searching for William in order to...
Take Your Pick (1992 - 1998) - Take Your Pick was a UK game show originally broadcast by Radio Luxembourg in the early 1950s. The show transferred to television in 1955 with the launch of ITV, where it continued until 1968. As it was the first game show broadcast on commercial television in the UK (and the BBC did not at that poi...
Slam Dunk (1993 - 1996) - Hanamichi's reputation in high school is either as a delinquent or as a loser.He spends most of his time either getting into trouble,or getting regected by his most recent infatuation.When he falls in love with Haruko,things begin to change.He joins the basketball team just to impress her,but soon f...
Mucha Lucha (2002 - 2005) - The show is set in a town centered around Lucha libre (nearly everyone in the town has a mask and costume and a signature move) and is essentially about the adventures of three children, Rikochet, Buena Girl, and The Flea, as they struggle through the world-famous school of wrestling where they stud...
Dirty Pair Flash (1994 - 1996) - Kei and Yuri were originally junior auxiliary agents in the Worlds Works and Welfare Agency (W.W.W.A. or 3WA for short) when the two were paired together under the codename "Lovely Angels." Kei was coming off her fourth probation for something she had done, and Yuri's dating exploits were common kno...
Dirty Pair (1985 - 1988) - Can you handle girls with guns? How about two of them? Meet the original girls with guns: Kei and Yuri, the Lovely Angels, top agents of the World Welfare & Works Association (3WA), better known to the rest of the galaxy as the Dirty Pair. And when the 3WA unleashes this infamous pair, the bad guys...
The Adventures of Spot (1986 - 2001) - Based on the best-selling books by Eric Hill, Spot's first book was written in the late '50s. Spot made his deut on T.V. in 1986. When spot came to the US, Jonathan Taylor Thomas (from "Home Improvements" and "The Lion King") did the voice-overs for the US until 1997. Spot came to an end in 2001 whe...
You Again? (1986 - 1986) - Ever since his bitter divorce years earlier, Henry Willows (Jack Klugman) had been leading a quiet, peaceful life -- and he'd become set in his ways. But when his 17 year-old son, Matt (John Stamos), whom he'd not seen since the divorce, came knocking on the door, Henry found his life being turned u...
TGIF (1989 - 2005) - TGIF was a Friday night block of sitcoms on ABC. The block was designed by ABC as a family-friendly alternative to other channels. ABC was known for featuring family-friendly Friday night programming since the 1950s. When Jim Janicek became president of ABC, he envisioned a new programming block to...
NFL on NBC (1939 - Current) - In 1955, NFL on NBC is the brand given to NBC Sports coverage of National Football League games until 1998, when NBC lost the NFL American Football Conference rights to CBS. The program goes as far back as 1939 and the first ever televised football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Brookl...
Zombie Hotel (2005 - 2006) - Wide eyed twins Fungus and Maggot will welcome you, along with their Mom and Dad Zombies, Rictus and Funerella, and a team of wacky employees who never run short of oddities. A different kind of resort, where there's never a dull day!
Slime Time Live (2000 - 2006) - The very first "live block" TV series on Nickelodeon where contestants could play very messy games and stunts for prizes. During its run it was hosted by Dave Aizer, Jonah Travick and Jessica Holmes and produced/directed by Jason Harper. The show has set the Guiness World Record for most people slim...
U-Pick Live (2002 - 2005) - U-Pick Live was a programming block on Nickelodeon where viewers could vote via the internet and pick shows they wanted to see air. Sketches and gags involving the audience would wrap the space between shows. The main hosts of the show were Brett Poplizzio and Candace Bailey. Other characters includ...
kid shows (1900 - 2014) - remembering when you where a kid
Fighting Foodons (2001 - 2002) - Anime series based off of the manga of the same name. It all started some years ago when a culinary-confused king asked a question to his chefs. Which would be stronger: tofu surprise or stuffed duck? The king's chefs thought the king had gone a little too heavy on the nutmeg. One mysterious chef kn...
Xiaolin Showdown (2003 - 2006) - Xiaolin Showdown is an American animated television series that aired on Kids WB and was created by Christy Hui. Set in a world where martial arts battles and Eastern magic are commonplace, the series follows four young warriors in training that battle the forces of evil. They do this by protecting...
Handy Manny (2006 - 2013) - Set in the fictional town of Sheetrock Hills where the titular character, Manny, owns a repair shop along with his anthropomorphic talking tools.
The New Adventures of Nanoboy (2008 - 2010) - Nine-year-old Oscar often gets picked on for his small size, but he's a little boy hiding a big secret: he's Nanoboy, the world's smallest superhero. When there's trouble in the world of molecules, Oscar shrinks down to be smaller than the average cell to fight off little villains that could mean bi...
Wheel 2000 (1997 - 1998) - A children's version of the popular game show "Wheel of Fortune". The show was created by Scott Sternberg and was hosted by Roundhouse actor David Sidoni, with Tanika Ray providing voice work and motion capture for a virtual reality hostess named "Cyber Lucy".
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (2003 - 2005) - Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, along with Beauty, Don Patch, Gasser, and Jelly Jiggler, fight Czar Baldy-Bald the 4th's evil Hair Hunt troop and deliver their own hairy brand of justice to evildoers everywhere.
Dinozaurs (2000 - 2000) - It has been 65,000,000 years since the Dino Knights had last defeated the Dragozaurs. When the Dragozaurs returned, a boy named Kaito has reawakened the Dino Knights.
Late Night (1982 - Current) - A late night talk/sketch comedy show on NBC. Hosted at first by David Letterman and then by Conan O'Brien. The show originally began airing only four nights a week, Monday through Thursday, with Friday night shows later being added. When it debuted in 1982, it was hosted by David Letterman and would...
Ultimate Book of Spells (2001 - 2002) - Cassy, Verne & Gus are three gifted students who go to an enchanted school where they learn about magic and how to use it. One day they receive a strange talking book in the mail. The book says his name is UBOS (Ultimate Book of Spells) and together they must journey to the center of the Earth to st...
Antiques Roadshow(U.S.) (1997 - Current) - American version of the British series. Each week the show goes from place to place where people bring antiques of theirs for appraisal by a professional appraiser. The series was hosted by Chris Jussell from 1997-2000, Dan Elias from 2001-2003, Lara Spencer from 2003-2005, and since 2005 by Mark Wa...
Reba (2001 - 2007) - Starring country music star Reba McEntire. The show is set in Houston, Texas, and stars Reba McEntire as a wisecracking single mother Reba Nell Hart, whose dentist ex-husband Brock has left her to marry young, ditzy Barbra Jean after an affair with her, when it is revealed in the pilot episode that...
Lilo & Stitch: The Series (2003 - 2006) - Continuing where Stitch! The Movie left off, Lilo and Stitch are given the task of collecting the rest of Jumba's missing experiments, changing them from bad to good, and finding the one place where they truly belong. Meanwhile, the former Captain Gantu and his reluctant partner, Experiment 625 (Lat...
How It's Made (2001 - Current) - A documentary series where cameras go inside America's factories and show the manufacturing of various everyday goods. The series does not have an onscreen narrator, and avoids showing human interaction and using brand names.
The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest... (2008 - Current) - A countdown show where celebrity guest stars commentate on videos of 20 dim-witted people such as criminals, drivers, partiers, etc. Since 2011 the series has been called "truTV Presents: World's Dumbest..."
Dr. Phil (2002 - Current) - Created by Phil McGraw after the success of his segments on the Oprah Winfrey Show. The show covers a wide variety of topics where McGraw offers help to people who need it.
TSN Sportsdesk (1984 - 2001) - The program was known as SportsDesk until September 5, 2001, where as a result of a minority stake in TSN being acquired by ESPN, the program was re-launched under a similar look and format to ESPN's flagship sportscast SportsCenter.
Mona The Vampire (1999 - 2003) - Mona the vampire, originally based on the short stories created and written Sonia Holleyman and later written by Hiawyn Oram. Mona is a ten-year-old girl with an extremely active imagination. She, along with her two best friends, Charley and Lily, and pet cat Fang live in a town where mysterious thi...
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (1969 - 1976) - The very first (and flagship) series of Hanna-Barbera's Scooby Doo series. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! was the result of CBS and Hanna-Barbera's plans to create a non-violent Saturday morning program which would appease the parent watch groups that had protested the superhero-based programs of the mi...
Jackie Chan Adventures (2000 - 2005) - Based on fictionalized version of film-maker Jackie Chan. Jackie Chan is an amateur archaeologist living above his uncle's antique shop in San Francisco, California when he comes across a magical artifact in a hidden treasure room of a Bavarian castle. This brings him to the attention of Captain Au...
X-Play (1998 - 2013) - What do you get when you cross video game news and sketch comedy? You get X-Play, the biggest and most popular gaming show on TV! The show began as Gamespot TV in 1998 on the ZDTV Network and featured a set format for each episode. Each episode would start off with Game News, where Adam Sessler or L...
Pulse (2002 - 2004) - Pulse is a prerecorded weekly news show that focused on the gaming industry that ran on cable TV channel G4. Originally hosted by Ronilyn Reilly and Jim Downs before co-anchor Patrick Clark took over. Kevin Pereira briefly served as co-host when Reilly left the show. Pereira was then replaced with A...
Boston Legal (2004 - 2008) - A spin-off of the long-running Kelley series The Practice, Boston Legal follows the exploits of former Practice character Alan Shore at the legal firm of Crane, Poole & Schmidt where he is best friends with founding partner Denny Crane and is arguably their best lawyer.
Lost (2004 - 2010) - The survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 were 1,000 miles off course when they crashed on a lush, mysterious island. Each person possesses a shocking secret, but they've got nothing on the island itself, which harbors a monstrous security system, a series of underground bunkers and a group of violent sur...
Where the Action Is (1965 - 1967) - Where the Action Is is a music-based television variety show that aired in the United States from 1965 to 1967. It was carried by the ABC network and aired each weekday afternoon. Created by Dick Clark as a spin-off of American Bandstand, Where the Action Is premiered on June 27, 1965. The show was...
Ristorante Paradiso (2009 - 2009) - When Nicoletta was a little girl, her mother, Olga, abandoned her and ran off to Rome to remarry. Now, 15 years later and a young woman, she travels to Rome with the intention of ruining her mother's life. She tracks Olga down to a restaurant called Casetta dell'Orso, but the second Nicoletta steps...
Where's Waldo? (2019 - Current) - Young adventurers Waldo and Wenda use their problem-solving skills and the help of an international wizard society to stop a rival globetrotter named Odlulu from using his magic to stir up trouble.
WBBM-TV Newscasts (1946 - Current) - WBBM-TV in Chicago presently broadcasts 30 and a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week. The news department started in 1946, when its call letters at the time was WBKB-TV on Channel 4, and B&K News was the first regularly scheduled newscast, then in 1947, the re-name of the newscast ti...
CBS Sunday Movie (1949 - 2006) - The CBS Sunday Movie (also known at various times as the CBS Sunday Night Movie) was the umbrella title for a made-for-TV and feature film showcase series carried by CBS until the end of the 20052006 television season, when it was replaced with drama series. It was the last of the weekly Sunday nig...
One to Grow On (1983 - 1989) - One to Grow On is an educational public service announcement that broadcast during NBC's Saturday morning line-up from 1983 to 1989, when the network ran cartoons. The name is taken from the custom of putting an extra candle on a birthday cake as "one to grow on". One to Grow On focused on ethical a...
Twipsy (1999 - 2000) - The basic premise tells of a boy named Nick who accidentally gets transported to cyberspace through his friend's computer game where he meets Twipsy.
Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (1977 - Current) - The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is an annual television broadcast of the Independence Day fireworks show in New York City, and has been broadcast annually either on WPIX-TV, syndication or NBC since 1977, with the exception of 1986 when the pyrotechnics were held as part of the weekend-...
Rocket Robin Hood (1966 - 1969) - The futuristic adventures of the legendary outlaw and his Merry Men in outer space, where their archnemesis, the evil Sheriff of N.O.T., pursues them.
Live! (1983 - Current) - Syndicated morning talk show that has aired since 1983. With roots in A.M. Los Angeles and A.M. New York, Live began as "The Morning Show", hosted by Regis Philbin and Cyndy Garvey; the show rose to national prominence as "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee", when Philbin was joined by Kathie Lee Giffor...
ESPN College GameDay (1987 - Current) - Pre-Game show broadcast by ESPN on site right before a college football or college basketball game. Initially covering only football when it was introduced, a spin-off for college basketball games began in 2005. The show is always on site from the campus of the team hosting a featured game being pla...
Monday Night Countdown (1993 - Current) - ESPN Monday Night Countdown, branded for sponsorship purposes as Monday Night Countdown presented by Courtyard by Marriott is an American pregame television program that is broadcast on ESPN, preceding Monday Night Football. When it debuted in 1993 as NFL Prime Monday, and Monday Night Football was...
NHL on USA (1979 - Current) - NHL on USA is the de facto title of a television show that broadcasts National Hockey League games on the USA Network. First airing coverage in 1979 when the channel first became "USA Network", the channel exclusively broadcast the NHL's regular season along with the Stanley Cup Playoffs and became...
Motorsports on NBC (1979 - Current) - Motorsports on NBC is the branding NBC has used when broadcasting auto racing events on TV. NASCAR was the first motorsport that NBC aired beginning in 1979, but NBC now also airs IndyCar Racing under the title "The IndyCar Series on NBC", IMSA under the title "IMSA on NBC", F1 Racing in partnership...
PBA on ESPN (1985 - 2018) - PBA on ESPN is the branding used for Professional Bowlers Association broadcasts on the ESPN cable television network. ESPN's relationship with bowling began in 1985, when ESPN aired the 12 Summer Tour events. By 2001, ESPN would provide exclusive coverage of 20 regular-season events and four to six...
NBA on USA (1979 - 1984) - The NBA on USA is the de facto name for the USA Network's National Basketball Association television coverage. When the USA Network signed a three-year (running through the 1981-82 season), $1.5 million deal, it marked the first time that the NBA had a cable television partner. USA would extend thei...
F-Zero: GP Legend (2003 - 2004) - A racer wakes up from a cryogenic sleep in the year 2201 and joins the galaxy in the futuristic F-Zero race where he needs to win grand prize money and stop the evil Dark Million Organization from getting it. Based on the video game series. The show ran for 51 episodes but only 15 episodes were tran...
KTTV-TV Newscasts (1949 - Current) - KTTV-TV in Los Angeles presently broadcasts 49 hours of local newscasts each week. When KTTV was first sign-on in 1949, it had its news title: "KTTV Newsreel". Newscasts on KTTV began in 1951 with newscast title: "The George Putnam News." Newscasts were not on KTTV from 1964 until returning in th...
Amp (1996 - 2001) - Amp was a music video program on MTV that aired from 1996 to 2001. It was aimed at the electronic music and rave crowd and was responsible for exposing many electronica acts to the mainstream. When co-creator Todd Mueller (who had worked on this with V. Owen Bush, Amy Finnerty and show co-creator Bu...
Soccer on NBC Sports (1986 - Current) - Soccer on NBC Sports is a number of television programs that have aired Association football matches in the United States on NBC and NBCSN. NBC began by airing the 1986 FIFA World Cup for the United States. They sporadically aired soccer matches from various league until 012 when they briefly became...
Butt-Ugly Martians (2001 - 2003) - Butt-Ugly Martians is a computer-animated television series produced by the British media group Just Entertainment in association with Mike Young Productions and DCDC Limited. The plot of the series begins when the Butt-Ugly Martians (B.U.M.) are forced to invade planets for the evil Emperor Bog, bu...
San Francisco International Airport (1970 - 1971) - Jim Conrad is manager of the busy airport of San Francisco where problems arise daily. Bob Hatten is his troubleshooting maintenance chief and June his efficient plus dependable secretary.
Kaibutsukun (1968 - 1969) - A boy named Kaibutsukun (Monster Kid) and his companions Dracula, Wolfman, and Franken, travel from Monsterland to the Human Realm, where they encounter and battle several monsters, mainly assassins from the demon group Demonish.
CMT Music Awards (1988 - Current) - Beginning as the Viewers' Choice Awards in 1988 as aired on The Nashville Network (TNN) the show merged with the Music City News Awards in 1990. The show became the TNN/Music City News Country Awards. In 1999 when Music City news ended publication the show became the Country Weekly presents the TNN...
Pith Possum: Super Dynamic Possum of Tomorrow (1995 - 1995) - A spoof of the Batman comics, with the superhero Pith Possum and his sidekick Obediah the Wonder Raccoon fighting crime in Possum City when called by the gorilla Commissioner Stress and the monkey Lieutenant Tension. Pith Possum's true identity is lowly tabloid copyboy Peter Possum. Pith Possum figh...
Tex Tinstar: The Best in the West (1995 - 1995) - A parody of Wild West serials involving the cowboy Tex Tinstar, his horse Here Boy, and Tex's friends Smelly Deputy Chafe, Percy Lacedaisy, and Floyd the Insane Rattlesnake who always get into trouble when pursuing a group of outlaws called the Wrong Riders consisting of Wrongo, Ian, and Clem. The e...
You & Me (2011 - Current) - You and Me is a return to classic children's television inviting preschoolers to take part in the ultimate play date, all set in a place where people, puppets and animation coexist in perfect harmony.
Kate & Mim-Mim (2014 - 2018) - Five year-old Kate has lots of adventures with her toy bunny rabbit, Mim-Mim. Kate heads to the imaginary land of Mimiloo to spend time with her friends when she has problems at home.
Messy Goes to Okido (2015 - 2019) - Messy Goes to Okido is a comedy adventure series starring Messy, a little blue monster. Hes furry and purry and always wants to go to Okido, a magical land where his friends Zoe and Felix live.
Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures (2019 - Current) - The new Mickey series replacing Mickey and the Roadster Racers. When Mixed-Up adventures premiered, reruns of Mickey and The Roadster Racers were renamed "Mickey Mouse Roadster Racers." Mixed-Up Adventures has the new Hot Dog Dance.
Clifford's Puppy Days (2003 - 2006) - A prequel series to the Clifford series from 2000. Set two years (1998) before the events of Clifford the Big Red Dog, the series focuses on when Clifford is a tiny red puppy, the runt of the litter in a litter of puppies given birth to by the pet dog of Emily Elizabeth's neighbor, Mr. Bradley (who...
Snagglepuss (1961 - 1961) - Snagglepuss lives in a cavern, which he constantly tries to make more habitable for himself. No matter what he does, however, he always winds up back where he started or worse off than he was before. In some episodes, Snagglepuss is chased by Major Minor, a tiny-sized hunter. A few episodes involved...
Drifters (2016 - 2016) - At the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Toyohisa Shimazu is the rearguard for his retreating troops, and is critically wounded when he suddenly finds himself in a modern, gleaming white hallway. Faced with only a stoic man named Murasaki and hundreds of doors on both sides, Toyohisa is pulled into the...
Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel (1979 - 1979) - Bannertail is a squirrel who is raised by a cat. A boy finds him and brings him home where he is given to the boy's cat. The cat becomes his mother, but after a fire burns down the house, the squirrel has to return to the wild and fend for himself.
Station Zero (1999 - 1999) - The show followed a group of four young African-American and Latino men who ran a fictional public-access television show called Live from the Bronx, where they watched hip hop videos and critiqued them in a similar manner as Beavis and Butt-head.
American Music Awards (1974 - Current) - The American Music Awards (AMAs) is an annual American music awards show, generally held in the Fall, created by Dick Clark in 1973 for ABC when the network's contract to air the Grammy Awards expired. It is the first of the Big Three music award shows held annually (the others being the Grammy Awar...
Mi Recinto (2001 - 2014) - Mi Recinto is an Ecuadorian folkloric comic series of situation that has been transmitted since 2001 by the signal of TC Televisin. The series originated from a sketch of the comic parody program, Ni en Vivo Ni en Directo, where originally it was called Paja Toquilla and shortly after Nuestro Recin...
Doteraman (1986 - 1987) - An anime series created by Ippei Kuri (born Toyoharu Yoshida) and produced by Tatsunoko Production. It was the studio's second series to air in Nippon Television fifteen years after Animetari: Ketsudan, where the channel currently owns the studio rights. Doteraman premiered in Fall 1986 and ran for...
Yatterman (1977 - 2015) - Yatterman ( Yattman) is the second, longest, and most popular entry from the Time Bokan franchise produced by Tatsunoko Production and one of only two incarnations where the studios founder, Tatsuo Yoshida, was involved in production, as he passed away on September 1977. It aired on Fuji Tel...
Super Bowl Greatest Commercials (2001 - Current) - Every year right before the big game, CBS hosts a special where viewers get to vote on the greatest Super Bowl Commercials of the past 20 years. Originally cast via the website, the special has allowed viewers to comment via social media to vote for their favorite commercial in more recent y...
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir (2015 - Current) - In modern-day Paris, teenagers Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Adrien Agreste transform into superheroes when evil arises.
Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? (1994 - 1999) - This show aired on PBS and then Qubo.
Super Mario Brothers(1993) - Mario and Luigi, two hard working plumbers find themselves in an alternate universe where evolved dinosaurs live in medium hi-tech squalor. They find themselves the only hope to save the Earth from invasion. With Bob Hoskins as Mario and John Leguizamo as Luigi.
Space Jam(1996) - Swackhammer is the owner of a decrypt and run-down amusement park in space named Moron Mountain. When the park is in danger of going out of business he sends his minions the Nerdlucks to Earth where they kidnap the Looney Tunes thinking they would be a great new attraction. Bugs Bunny forms a bet wi...
The Nightmare Before Christmas(1993) - Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King in Halloween Town, is tired of the same old scares. When he discovers the magical Christmas Town, he devises a plot to take over Christmas and add a Halloween feel to it, turning it into a nightmare in this Tim Burton Stop-motion masterpiece.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory(1971) - Eccentric candy man Willy Wonka prompts a worldwide frenzy when he announces that golden tickets hidden inside five of his delicious candy bars will admit their lucky holders into his top-secret confectionary. But does Wonka have an agenda hidden amid a world of Oompa Loompas and chocolate rivers?...
Toy Story(1995) - Toy Story is about the 'secret life of toys' when people are not around. When Buzz Lightyear, a space-ranger, takes Woody's place as Andy's favorite toy, Woody doesn't like the situation and gets into a fight with Buzz. Buzz accidently falls out the window and Woody is accused by all the other toys...
Aladdin(1992) - Aladdin is a street-urchin who lives in Agrabah, a large and busy town with his faithful monkey friend Abu. When Princess Jasmine gets tired of being forced to remain in the palace that overlooks the city, she sneaks out to the marketplace, where she accidentally meets Aladdin. Under the orders of t...
Titanic(1997) - Deep-sea explorer Brock Lovett has reached the most famous shipwreck of all - the Titanic. Emerging with a safe believed to contain a diamond called 'The Heart of the Ocean', he discovers the safe does not hold the diamond but a drawing of a beautiful woman wearing it. When Brock is later interviewe...
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope(1977) - A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, an Empire controls the inhabitants of hundreds of worlds with an iron fist. Fighting for freedom from the Empire's suffocating hold on the galaxy, a rebellion aided by Princess Leia (Fisher) makes their way back to base when they are boarded by an Imperial...
Good Burger(1997) - Based on a sketch from the long running Nickelodeon hit comedy All That. The dimwitted Good Burger Employee ED first meets laid back teen slacker Dexter Reed,When ED runs out into the street delivering fast food on roller blades thus causing Dexter to wreck both his mother and teachers car. In order...
Donkey Kong Country Legend of the crystal coconut(1999) - In this film many adventers hapen Since DK was chosen to be ruler of Congo Bongo, he wanted to know EVERYTHING about the Crystal Coconut. When he asked Inka Dinka Doo the secrets of the Coconut, Inka Dinka Doo said "You must give up everything!". DK thought that he had to give up the Coconut to K.Ro...
Howard The Duck(1986) - Considered one of the most notorious box-office flops in history (next to the 'Road to Morocco'-ripoff 'Ishtar' with Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty the following year), 'Howard the Duck' became the laughing stock of critics and movie-goers alike when it was released in theaters in 1986. If its exe...
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America(1996) - When their TV is stolen, Beavis and Butthead go out on a search for a new TV. Unfortunately for them, the Run into a man named Muddy (Bruce Willis) Who wants the pair to "do" his wife Dallas (Demi Moore) in Las Vegas. When they get there, Beavis is planted with a deadly chemical device, and the pair...
The Monster Squad(1987) - Sean Crenshaw and his friends are completely obsessed with monsters and are pretty much outcast in society. However when strange things start to stir up the town Sean realizes that there are real monsters in his town but not just any normal monsters. Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, The Mummy, The W...
Child's Play(1988) - After six year old Andy Barclay's babysitter is violently pushed out of a window to her death, nobody believes him when he says that "Chucky"; his new birthday doll, did it! Until things start going terribly wrong... dead wrong. Staring- Brad Drouif as Chucky!
Killer Klowns from Outer Space(1988) - When a small town is invaded by aliens from outer space who are capturing and killing the townspeople, no one takes them seriously. Why? The aliens all look like circus clowns, use weapons that look clown like, and all have painted on smiles. Only a few of the young people in the town realize the da...
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?(1988) - Toon star Roger Rabbit is worried that his wife Jessica is in love with someone else, so the studio hires detective Eddie Valiant to spy on her. But the stakes are quickly raised when Marvin Acme is found dead and Roger is the prime suspect. Groundbreaking interaction between the live and animated c...
Toy Story 2(1999) - In "Toy Story 2," the fun and adventure continues when Andy goes off to summer camp and the toys are left to their own devices. Things shift into high gear when an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody who unbeknownst to himself is a highly valued collectable. It's now up to Buzz Lightyear and the g...
Ghostbusters(1984) - After getting thrown out of their University where they studied parapsychology, a group of eccentric scientists set up shop as paranormal exterminators in the Big Apple. Armed with their arsenal of home-made ghost-hunting equipment, Doctors; Venkman (Bill Murray), Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), and Spengler...
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace(1999) - Long, long ago in a galaxy far far away the peaceful planet of Naboo has been invaded by the Trade Federation. Secretley Chancellor Valorum dispatches two jedi knights, Qui-Gon Jinn and his apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi, to negotiate with the Trade Federation leader Nute Gunray. When on the ship Qui-Gon...
Beetlejuice(1988) - After Barbara and Adam Maitland are killed in a car crash, they find themselves trapped as ghosts in their beautiful New England farmhouse. Their peace is disrupted when a yuppie family, the Deetzs, buy it. They are too nice and harmless as ghosts and all their efforts to scare the Deetzs away are u...
DuckTales: The Movie- Treasure of the Lost Lamp(1990) - Scrooge McDuck, his dimwitted pilot Launch Pad, and his newphews Huey, Dewey and Louie, with Webby, arrive in Egypt where Scrooge finds the lost treasure of Collie Baba, unbeknownst to Scrooge, a magic lamp was included inside the treasure, so while the nephews have fun with the genie, they all have...
Ferris Bueller's Day Off(1986) - Ferris is a street-wise kid who knows all the tricks. Today he decides to take the day off school. When Ferris takes the day off, so must his best friends, Cameron and Sloane. Cameron is reluctantly persuaded to borrow his father's Ferrari, and together they hatch a plan to get Sloane out of class....
The Sandlot(1993) - Scott Smalls is the new kid in the neighborhood. He one day walks into a small local park with Baseball field. Where he sees a bunch of other kids playing baseball. His first impression doesn't go so well, but Benjamin "Franklin" Rodriquez the best player on the team takes him under his wing much to...
The Rocky Horror Picture Show(1975) - The movie starts with a 20th Century FOX logo (like Star Wars). When a young couple's (Barry Bostwick, Susan Sarandon) car breaks down, they walk to a freaky castle to get assistance. But the castle is run by a bunch of oddballs from a distant galaxy, and things go from bad, to much muc
Home Alone(1990) - Now and forever a holiday classic among children, Home Alone tells the story of eight-year-old Kevin McCallister, who finds himself man of the house overnight when his family departs on a Christmas vacation to Paris without him. Being eight and in-charge seems like any young child's dream, being abl...
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure(1989) - Bill and Ted have spent so much time forming their rock band, The Wyld Stallyns, that they're flunking history. When Ted's dad threatens to send him away to military school, Bill and Ted realize it could mean the most heinous end of The Stallyns! Luckly, a guide from the future, Rufus, has come to...
Stand by Me(1986) - Stand by Me a Rob Reiner film. Tells the tale of Gordie Lachance, a writer who looks back on his preteen days when he and three close friends went on their own adventure to find the body of a kid their age who had gone missing a presumed dead. The stakes are upped when the bad kids in town are clos...
Edward Scissorhands(1990) - A modern day fairy tale which tells the story of Edward (Johnny Depp), a man created by an inventor who died before finishing him and left Edward with scissors where he should have hands. One day the local Avon lady checks around the old house and meets Edward. She takes him home and introduces Edwa...
Hocus Pocus(1993) - Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy romp around like coked-up versions of The Three Stooges in the frantic Disney romp Hocus Pocus. The film begins in 1693 where three witches Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy) are preparing a potion that...
Oliver & Company(1988) - Oliver Is Befriended By Dodger, The Mischievous Little Kitten Is Welcomed By Dodger's Pack Of Dogs, The Dogs Run Into Trouble When The Evil Mastermind Sykes Schemes To Kidnap A Girl, It's Up To The Brave Kitten And His Friends To Race To The Rescue In An Electrifying Chase Through New York City's Su...
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure(1985) - The love of Pee-wee Herman's life is his bicycle. When it is stolen, he is goes on a wild cross country adventure after a fortune teller tells him his bicycle is in the basement of the Alamo. Along the way, Pee-wee encounters an escaped convict, a waitress with wanderlust and a jealous boyfriend, an...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III(1993) - The four turtles travel back in time to the days of the legendary and deadly samurai in ancient Japan, where they train to perfect the art of becoming one. The turtles also assist a small village in an uprising. If they don't return within sixty hours, they'll be history.
We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story(1993) - In this animated children's film from Amblin Entertainment, a group of four dinosaurs, including a tyrannosaurus rex, a triceratops, a hadrosaur, and a pterodactyl, are brought forward in time to New York City to entertain and befriend the children. However, when the dinosaurs are threatened by an e...
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back(1980) - Darth Vader is helping the Empire crush the rebellion determined to end the Empire's domination of the universe. The rebels are based on Hoth, and when troops arrive to wipe them out, Han Solo and Princess Leia flee to Cloud City. Luke Skywalker, in a bid to strengthen his knowledge of the force, fi...
The Warriors(1979) - When Cyrus, President of the largest and most powerful street gang (The Gramercy Riffs) in all of New York, calls a massive truce between 100 gangs in five boroughs, everyone shows their colors at the meeting. But something goes terribly wrong. Cyrus is shot dead and the meeting is raided by cops. T...
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie(1997) - The legendary Power Rangers must stop the evil space pirate Divatox from releasing the powerful Maligore from his volcanic imprisonment on the island of Muranthias, where only the kindly wizard Lerigot has the key to release him. The hope of victory lies in the Ranger's incredible new Turbo powers a...
The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure(1994) - The first sequel to Don Bluth's popular The Land Before Time furthers the adventures of Littlefoot and his pals, who by this time are living in the Great Valley. The young dinos' adventures begin when they set out to prove how grown up they are by solving the mystery of an egg thief. Unfortunately,...
Rock-A-Doodle(1992) - When Chanticleer the Rooster (Glenn Campbell) is tricked into leaving town to seek fame as an Elvis-style Las Vegas singer, his farm is plunged into eternal darkness. This animated musical from Don Bluth centers on a young farm boy who embarks on a magical journey into the animal world to try and br...
Gremlins 2: The New Batch(1990) - A few years after the incident in Gremlins, Billy and Kate have movied to New York where they work for media mogul Daniel Clamp. Meanwhile, Gizmo's former owner has just died and he's been captured for the genetics part of the Clamp building. A little while later, a certain someone gets wet, creates...
Felix the Cat: The Movie(1991) - Felix the Cat must travel to an alternate dimension in order to save Princess Oriana and restore her kingdom from the evil Duke of Zill. After getting captured, Felix is forced to perform in a sideshow, which happens to be where the Princess is also located. After escaping, Felix, Oriana, an old m...
Tommy Boy(1995) - Everything is going good for Tommy, he has just graduated from college after attending for seven years. And so he visits his dad who is in charge of a large brake pads corporation called Callahan, (After their last name.) But when his father dies, Tommy must overcome his clumsiness to save the compa...
The Swan Princess(1994) - Princess Odette and Prince Derek are just kids...and their parents want to betroth them to unite their kingdoms. The problem is Odette and Derek despise each other-until they become adults. Prince Derek finds Odette irresistible and proposes to her. When she feels that he is only doing this because...
Mac and Me(1988) - The movie is about an alien who escapes from the government and finds myself in the back of a miian containing a family moving from Illionios to California. The main character, which is a little boy named Eric who is in a wheelchair discovers the alien Mac and becomes friends with it. This relations...
Mr. Boogedy(1986) - When the Davis family moves to Lucifer falls, they quickly learn that their less-than-humble abode harbors a ghost. Several hundred years earlier, Mr. Boogedy, as he came to be known, sold his soul for a magic cloak, that he'd hoped would win him the affection of widow Marion. When his scheme fail...
Kazaam(1996) - Being a young boy in the 'hood', twelve-year-old Max Connor fools a gang of bullies who cornered him at school and finds out there was no jewlery at the teachers' supply closet. Max was chased by the bullies and leads them to an old warehouse where old antiques are dusted and broken. he bumps into a...
The Exorcist(1973) - Director William Friedkin was a hot ticket in Hollywood after the success of The French Connection, and he turned heads (in more ways than one) when he decided to make The Exorcist as his follow-up film. Adapted by William Peter Blatty from his controversial bestseller, this shocking 1973 thriller s...
IT(1990) - Originally titled Stephen King's It, this two-part TV movie first aired on November 18 and 20, 1990. The story starts in Maine, where a small child is lured into the hands of what audiences everywhere can be assured is one mean clown. The 30-year struggle against an evil supernatural force that masq...
Garfield's Halloween Adventure(1985) - When Garfield is suddenly awoken one lazy morning by the Binky The Clown show, a character who Grafield dislikes, he is enlightened by the painted one when he learns that today is in fact Halloween. Garfield suddenly grows alert when he realizes that tonight is the night when you go knocking on door...
Big Daddy(1999) - Sonny Koufax graduated from law school years ago but chose not to take the bar exam. Instead he works as a toll booth collector, and spends his day loafing around. One day his grilfriend decides that she has had enough, and tells Sonny that things have to change or else it's over. When Sonny's roomm...
Mulan(1998) - When the Huns invade China, the Emperor decrees that one man from every family will serve in the Imperial Army. When Mulan's injured and ailing father must fight, she disguises herself as a man and goes in his place. Her ancestors try to send the Great Stone Dragon to fetch her but Mushu, a dragon w...
The Secret of NIMH(1982) - A fieldmouse named Mrs. Brisby must move her family to a safe location before the farmer plows the field where they live, but her invalid son Timmy cannot go outside due to his pneumonia. She enlists the aid of some highly intelligent, escaped lab rats that have built a subterranean society inside a...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze(1991) - The Turtles find out where the ooze, the substance which mutated them fifteen years ago came from. Unfortunately, Shredder learns about it and uses it to enhance himself and two new mutants, Tokka & Rahzar. So the Turtles have to prove again who's the better ninja fighter and save New York once agai...
Yellow Submarine(1968) - When the Blue Meanies invade Pepperland, Young Fred flees in a Yellow Submarine to bring back help. Soon he stumbles upon the Beatles, and the quartet head back to Pepperland with him to defeat the evil blue ones. Along the way, they stop through several bizarre "seas" and befriend a young boob na...
The Prince of Egypt(1998) - Based on the Biblical tale of Moses, the man who was adopted into the royal family of ancient Egypt. Moses later had to flee when he accidently kills a man to protect a slave. But then returns to Egypt to let God's people go.
Karate Kid(1984) - Daniel and his mother move from New Jersey to California. She has a wonderful new job but Daniel discovers that a dark haired Italian boy with a Jersey accent doesn't fit into the blond surfer crowd, especially when he tries to date one of their girl friends. Daniel manages to talk his way out of so...
Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird(1985) - When a pesky social worker thinks Big Bird should be with his own kind (other birds) instead of living on the diverse Sesame Street, she sends him to a foster with a family of Dodos, but he is not happy and runs away. Big Bird begins a long adventure wandering the country. In the mean time, his frie...
Adventures In Babysitting(1987) - Chris has a big night out planned when her boyfriend cancels on her. She agrees to babysit for a pre-teen girl and a pubescent boy. She's settled in for a dull night when a girlfriend calls her to say she's marooned at a downtown bus station with very seedy characters around. The three plus one of t...
Independence Day(1996) - Finally, the question "are we alone in the universe" has been answered. People react with fear, wonder, and excitement while dozens of fifteen mile long ships silently take up positions over cities across the globe. When MIT graduate turned satallite repair man David Levinson discovers a hidden si...
The Rescuers Down Under(1990) - A sequel to the 1977 movie "The Rescuers". Bernard and Miss Bianca go to Australia to rescue a boy named Cody, who gets kidnapped by an evil poacher named Percival McLeach because of him knowing the whereabouts of a golden eagle named Marahute. With help from Wilbur the albatross and Jake the kang...
Young Frankenstein(1974) - When the Grandson of Dr. Frankenstein comes to Transylvania to inherit the Frankenstein castle, he follows in his grandfathers footsteps and creates another Frankenstein monster. Possibly the best Mel Brooks movie on record---with many endearing lines use
James and the Giant Peach(1996) - James' happy life at the English seaside is rudely ended when his parents are killed by a rhinoceros and he goes to live with his two horrid aunts. Daringly saving the life of a spider he comes into possession of magic boiled crocodile tongues, after which an enormous peach starts to grow in the gar...
The Indian in the Cupboard(1995) - On his birthday, a young boy receives two gifts. One is a small plastic toy of an Indian man, and the other is a cupboard. But when these two items meet, something amazing happens.
The Blair Witch Project(1999) - Combining Hi-8 video with black and white 16mm film, this film presents a raw look at what can happen when college students forego common sense and enter the world of voodoo and witchcraft. Presented as a straight-forward documentary, the film opens with a title card explaining that in 1994, three s...
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls(1995) - Africa's the place and Ace is on the case, setting out to rescue an animal he loathes - a bat! Jim Carrey returns as Ace, the alligator-wrasslin', elephant-calling, monkeyshining, loogie-launching, burning coals-crossing, disguise-mastering pet detective. If you're ready to laugh like a pack of hyen...
My Pet Monster: The Movie(1986) - Max and Melanie and the rest of their school class take a field trip to a museum where Max meet's his destiny on becoming a powerful monster after looking into the eyes of one of three different monste
Big Trouble in Little China(1986) - Somewhere in the 80s, trucker Jack Burton arrives in a small town to deliver his cargo and win a few bucks playing cards with the locals down at the Chinese market. Practically bankrupting nearly all of his opponents, his friend Wang bets him a game of "double or nothing" to try and regain his cash...
Scream(1996) - One year after Sidney's moms death, more killings start to occur. Their only clue is a ghost mask. A local tabloid reporter, Gale Weathers is on the case to find out who the killer is. She tells Sidney that it could possibly be the same man that killed her mom one year earlier. When the night comes,...
Airplane!(1980) - This is a spoof of the airport disaster movies. When the crew of an airplane are struck by some form of virus from food poisoning, the fate of the passengers depends on an ex-war pilot who is the only one able to land the plane safely! The passengers represent a selection of interesting wacky charac...
Grease(1978) - Almost 30 years alter its premiere; Randal Kleiser's Grease is as popular as ever. To what do it owes its everlasting attraction? Maybe it's because this nostalgic musical vision of the fifties is one of those films where everything fits right int
Antz(1998) - In this animated hit, a neurotic worker ant in love with a rebellious princess rises to unlikely stardom when he switches places with a soldier. Signing up to march in a parade, he ends up under the command of a bloodthirsty general. But he's actually been enlisted to fight against a termite army.
The Last Starfighter(1984) - A teenager in a California trailer park has big dreams of going to college and leaving his hometown behind, and taking his girl with him. Only, plans chains when he busts the record on the canteen's Starfighter machine. Recruited by the Star League, Alex must come to grips with his self-doubt, and...
Mrs. Doubtfire(1993) - Daniel Hillard likes to entertain children. His job is providing voices for cartoons, but when he disagrees with the image that the studio wants to convey to children, he's fired. It is also his son's birthday and feeling down and wanting to do something special for him, he throws a wild children's...
Troll(1986) - When a family moves into a San Francisco apartment, an opportunistic troll decides to make his move and take possession of little Wendy (Jenny Beck), thereby paving the way for new troll recruits, the first in his army that will take eventual control of the planet. As luck would have it, the buildin...
Aladdin and the King of Thieves(1996) - At long last, Aladdin is about to marry the Princess Jasmine. Despite the presence and encouragement of his friends Genie, Carpet, and Abu, he is fearful and anxious. He is most worried as to what kind of father he will be, having never known his own. But when the 40 Thieves disrupt the wedding tryi...
A Little Princess(1995) - When her father enlists to fight for the British in WWI, young Sara Crewe goes to New York to attend the same boarding school her late mother attended. She soon clashes with the severe headmistress, Miss Minchin, who attempts to stifle her creativity and sense of self- worth. Her belief that "every...
Here Comes Garfield(1982) - When Odie gets dognapped by the City Pound after annoying an old neighbor from next door, It is up to Garfield to break Odie out of there if he stops being lazy and eating too much lasagna.
Back To The Future Part III(1990) - The final installment of the Back to the Future trilogy finds Marty digging the trusty DeLorean out of a mineshaft and looking up Doc in the Wild West of 1885. But when their time machine breaks down, the travelers are stranded in a land of spurs. More problems arise when Doc falls for pretty school...
The Santa Clause(1994) - When divorced dad Scott Calvin goes to sleep on Christmas Eve with his son Charlie who is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus, Scott breaks to Charlie the news that Santa is not real. When they hear the noise of Santa landing on thier roof, they both run outside where Scott sees Santa on the...
Die Hard(1988) - It's Christmas Time In L.A. And There's A Christmas Party On The 30th Floor Of The Nakatomi Plaza, It All Comes To A Hault When The Partygoers Are Taken Hostage By A Group Of Terrorists Lead By Hans Gruber Who Plans To Steal The $600 Million Dollars Locked In Nakatomi's Vault, Hans Gruber And His Gr...
The Velveteen Rabbit(1985) - Velvee, a stuffed bunny toy, is given to young Robert for Christmas. Soon, Velvee becomes loved best of all out of all of Robert's toys. But when Robert takes ill, everything he's come into contact with must be destroyed -- so it's up to the Nursery Fairy to rescu
Camp Nowhere(1994) - A highly entertaining movie starring Christopher Lloyd, Andrew Keegan and Johnathan Jackson. Four intelligent, smart-mouthed attractive kids from the suburbs are sick and tired of being forced by their parents to attend lame camps such as fat camp, military camp, acting camp and computer camp during...
Rocky(1976) - Rocky Balboa is a small town boxer with no goals or ambition in life. Until one day when he gets the chance to fight the world champion of boxing, Apollo Creed. And so he trains hard, all while trying to win over his friends' sister
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery(1997) - When agent Austin Powers fails to capture his worst enemy Dr. Evil in the 1960's, he must freeze himself for thirty years until Dr. Evil returns. Now in the 1990's, he must learn to adapt to a new way of life, and track down his old nemesis.
Predator(1987) - A team of commandos, led by Dutch Schaeffer, go on a mission to rescue captured airmen from terrorists. When they discover that the airmen have been slaughtered beyond recognition, the team decimates the enemy encampment. Before they can radio for a lift-off, an invisible alien specie begins to kill...
Phantasm(1979) - Mike is being watched over by his older brother Jody. Everywhere Jody goes, mike follows. Jody has little choice in the matter with their parents dead. Then there's Reggie, a musician on the side Ice Crea
Heavyweights(1995) - Jerry, an overweight pre-teen, is sent to a "fat farm" for the summer, lured by the promise of go-karts and swimming fun. When he arrives, however, he finds that the camp has been bought out by an exercise/fitness guru whose mental stability quickly deteriorates. Jerry and his friends--including a c...
Short Circuit 2(1988) - When Number Five is sent from Newton and Stephanie's ranch to the big city to help Ben with his electronics business, he finds that his robotic talents are wanted by city low-life who want to turn Number Five int
Just One of the Guys(1985) - Terry Griffith's convinced that her teachers and peers don't take her seriously as a journalist because she's a girl. When she fails to secure an internship at a local paper, she decides to switch sides, literally! Posing as a boy at her brother's school, she's out to prove that the system's biase...
Coming to America(1988) - Prince Akeem, future king of the country Zamunda, has reached the age when he should marry. There's a to-be-wife for him already chosen, but he doesn't want to marry her. He decides that in America he might find a more indepndent wife for himself. His childhood friend and servant Semmi escorts him...
Little Giants(1994) - Danny O'Shea has forever lived in the shadow of his brother, the great football player Kevin O'Shea. Kevin was stronger, faster, and more popular. But when his daughter is cut from Kevin's pee-wee football team, Danny brings together a squad of picked-lasts and losers to prove to Kevin that he can s...
Troll 2(1990) - In this ultra-cheapo Italian knock-off a little boy tries to warn his family and friends that the evil trolls his late grandfather used to tell him about are real. Unfortunately, no one believes him and he and his sister are sent to the enigmatic town of Nilbog where nightmarish things begin to happ...
The Wedding Singer(1998) - Robbie Hart is singing the hits of the 1980s at weddings and other celebrations. He also can keep the party going in good spirit, he knows what to say and when to say it. Julia is a waitress at the events where Robbie performs. When both of them find someone to marry and prepare for their weddings,...
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation(1986) - Aimed primarily at the youngest viewers, this second "Care Bears" movie once again takes the characters from the popular line of children's toys and builds a storyline around them. This time, the story centers on a pending disaster at a children's summer camp where the nasty Dark Heart is bent on cr...
Princess Mononoke(1999) - In a time where Japanese gods and demons walked the earth as giant beasts, Prince Ashitaka of the Imishi People, is sent from his home because of an incurable curse. He has heard, though, of the Forest Spirit, who can heal as well as take life. He sets out "to see with eyes unclouded by hate" to fin...
Rocky IV(1985) - Heavyweight boxing champion Rocky Balboa accompanies his friend Apollo Creed, who will be in an exhibition match against Ivan Drago, a Russian boxer who has been scientifically trained, using high tech equipment. When Drago kills Apollo in the ring, Rocky blames himself for Apollo's death, and promi...
Big Top Pee-Wee(1988) - In the world of Pee-Wee Herman's imaginations, Pee-Wee shares a story of his. His story is about a time when a big group of Circus people end up on his farm after a huge storm passed his far
The Land Before Time(1988) - Animation producer Don Bluth's fondness for overly cutesy characters and muddy color compositions work to the benefit of his feature-length cartoon The Land Before Time. Littlefoot, a brontosaurus child, must fend for himself when his mother is killed (shades of Bambi). With several other orphaned d...
An American Werewolf In London(1981) - While wandering the English moors on vacation, college yanks David (David Naughton) and Jack (Griffin Dunne) happen upon a quaint pub with a mysterious patronage who warn them not to leave the road when walking after dark. Irreverent of such advice as characters in horror films always are, the two d...
Interview with the Vampire(1994) - A night in San Francisco, during our time: A young journalist follows a man through the streets and they end up in an anonymous room. When the journalist starts to interview the man, the stranger tells him that he is a vampire, being over 200 years old. The journalist doesn't believe him, but after...
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers(1988) - It is October 30, 1988, and Michael Myers has been in a coma at the Ridgemont Federal Sanitarium since that night a decade ago when his doctor set him on fire in Haddonfield, IL. An ambulance makes its away along the road to Ridgemont in a thunderstorm, and Myers is soon on his way to another hospit...
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me(1999) - Austin Powers fashion photographer, denizen of Swingin' London, international espionage agent, and bane of dental hygienists everywhere returns in his second screen adventure. Powers (once again played by Mike Myers), a 1960s superspy stranded in the 1990s, discovers that his nemesis, criminal g...
The Karate Kid Part II(1986) - Picks up where the first movie (Karate Kid) leaves off. Mr. Miyagi and Daniel take a trip to Okinawa to visit Mr Miyagi's dying father. After arriving Mr Miyagi finds he still has feelings for an old love. This stirs up trouble with an old rival that he originally left Okinawa to avoid. In the mean...
Spawn(1997) - Al Simmons Has Been Killed By Jason Wynn, After He Is Killed, He Is In Hell, Where Satan Offers Him A Deal, Al Simmons Accepts The Deal And He Is Transformed Into Spawn, Once He Returns To Earth, Al Simmons Meets A Strange Clown Like Demon Called Violator And A Mysterious Old Man Called Cogliostro W...
Aliens(1986) - The only survivor of the Nostromo, Ripley is discovered in deep sleep half a century later by a salvage ship. When she is taken back to Earth, she learns that a human colony was founded on the same planet where the aliens were first found. She finds life hard to adjust to with her former employees s...
The Watcher in the Woods(1980) - When an American composer and his family rent a foreboding house in England from an eccentric recluse, Mrs. Aylwood (Bette Davis), a series of terrifying events occur, primarily to 17-year-old Jan. It turns out the eerie experiences are connected to Mrs. Aylwood's teenage daughter's disappearance un...
Inspector Gadget(1999) - Matthew Broderick stars in this live-action adaptation of the popular animated series. When a well-meaning but overly trusting security guard is wounded in an explosion created by the evil Dr. Claw, a beautiful scientist named Brenda (Joely Fisher) takes him under her wing and turns him into a crime...
Richie Rich(1994) - Richie is the son of one of the wealthiest man in the world. But when a relative tries to get his dirty hands on the family's money, Richie must team up with his friends, stop the bad guys, and save his parents.
Muppets From Space(1999) - Gonzo wonders where he comes from, since he has no family. He discovers he may actually be an alien, and he needs a little help from his friends after he gets taken by a secret government facility for questioning.
Drop Dead Fred(1991) - Lots of kids have imaginary friends, but what if yours came back after you'd grown up? Elizabeth is struggling with her straying husband and overbearing mother when she comes across the old jack-in-the-box where her old friend was sealed by her mother. Freeing Fred, she is forced to come to grips...
What's Eating Gilbert Grape?(1993) - Gilbert Grape lives in Endora, a place where nothing much happens. The only times the police got something to do is when Gilbert's autistic brother Arnie tries to climb up on the watertower nearby. Taking care of Arnie is mostly Gilbert's task which can be pretty demanding, at least while you are wo...
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre(1974) - Upon hearing that vandals have desecrated a graveyard where her grandfather is buried, Sally recruits her boyfriend Jerry, her brother Franklyn, and her friends Pam and Kirk to investigate. On a side trip to the grandfather's deserted farm, the travellers pick up a slimy hitchhiker who cuts himself...
Muppet Treasure Island(1996) - After telling the story of Flint's last journey to young Jim Hawkins, Billy Bones has a heart attack and dies just as Jim and his friends are attacked by pirates. The gang escapes into the town where they hire out a boat and crew to find the hidden treasure, which was revealed by Bones before he die...
The Borrowers(1997) - The Borrowers are 10 cm high and they borrow things from the family that lives in the house, but when they have to move, they agree, until Arrietty and Peagreen fall out of the moving van and go back to the house where they discover tha the Mr.Potter wants to demolish the house and turn the area int...
Alice in Wonderland(1951) - A young girl named Alice dreams of a world where everything that shouldn't be, should. She follows a white rabbit down a hole into Wonderland. Her curiousity only finds her farther and farther away from home.
Peter Pan(1953) - Leaving the safety of their nursery behind, Wendy, Michael and John follow Peter Pan to a magical world where childhood lasts forever. But while in Neverland, the kids must face Captain Hook and foil his attempts to get rid of Peter for good.
*batteries not included(1987) - When an old apartment complex is about to be torn down the residents need help. And they get it in an unusual form when small flying saucers come from space and help the residents with thei
Harriet the Spy(1996) - Harriet M. Welsch is a spy. But when her classmates find her secret notebook, the tables are turned on her. Can she win them back and still keep on going with the spy buisness? A tale about growing up and finding your own voice.
Top Gun(1986) - Maverick is a hot pilot. When he encounters a pair of MiGs over the Persian Gulf, his wingman is clearly outflown and freaks. On almost no fuel, Maverick is able to talk him back down to the Carrier. When his wingman turns in his wings, Maverick is moved up in the standings and sent to the Top Gun N...
Soylent Green(1973) - In an overpopulated futuristic Earth, a New York police detective finds himself marked for murder by government agents when he gets too close to a bizarre state secret involving the origins of a revolutionary and needed new foodstuff.
Selena(1997) - Selena Quintanilla was a major figure in Tejano music, a Grammy-winning recording artist, a beloved star in the American Southwest and Mexico, and seemed poised to cross over into mainstream popularity on the U.S. pop charts when she was murdered on March 31, 1995 by the president of her fan club. W...
Powder(1995) - When sheriff Barnum investigates the death of an elderly rural resident, he discovers a teenage grandson living in the basement. Raised by his grandparents, he has experienced the world only through books, never leaving the family farm. He is sent to a state home for boys where he has trouble fittin...
The Parent Trap(1998) - Identical twins, Annie and Hallie, whom were played by Lindsay Lohan were separated when their parents divorced. They met at camp and discovered that they were sisters. In order to get their parents back together, they switch places, Annie going to California and Hallie going to London. One has nev...
Xanadu(1980) - Sonny Malone (Michael Beck) is an artist, who is forced to go back to work when his plans to freelance don't pay off. Unhappy and stuck in a dead end job, he gets a little heavenly intervention in the form of Kira (Olivia Newton John, "Grease"). So when Sonny meets aging clarinet player Danny McGu...
The Aristocats(1970) - Dutchess is a cat, with three young kittens, Marie, Berlouise, and Toulouse who belong to the wealthy Madame in 1910 Paris. When Madame names her feline companions as her heirs (since she has no extended family or living realitives) when making out her will, her jealous butler Edgar, kidnaps and aba...
Uncle Buck(1989) - When Bob (Garrett M. Brown) and Cindy Russell (Elaine Bromka) have to leave town for a family emergency, they are left with no alternative but to call in Bobs brother, Buck (John Candy), to baby-sit. A jobless, lifelong bachelor with a heart of gold, Buck hardly seems the ideal baby-sitter. Charge...
Jack(1996) - Jack is a boy born with an unusual medical condition which makes him age four times faster than other children. When he finally goes to a normal school to start fifth grade, he acts like a child, but he looks like a 40-year-old man.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights(1993) - The legend had it coming... Find out where Robin Hood put his Little John, what made Will Scarlet, and what did Friar Tuck into his tights that Maid Marion all of
Fight Club(1999) - The story focuses on a disillusioned, death-obsessed pencil-pusher (Edward Norton) whose only apparent social stimulus comes from attending cancer support-group meetings. His dreary existence takes a decided turn for the anarchic when he meets an amoral and enigmatic guru named Tyler Durden (Brad Pi...
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2(1996) - When Gabriel's Horn Falls From Heaven, Annabelle Enlists Charlie And Itchy To Recover It, But Once On Earth, Charlie Falls In Love With Sasha LaFleur And Find Out About Dog Collars That Can Make Him And Itchy Solid Again, Following Carface, They Come Across An Elderly Dog Named Red, Who Give's Them...
Kindergarten Cop(1990) - LAPD Detective John Kimble (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is on the trail of drug lord Cullen Crisp (Richard Tyson). In order to convict Crisp, the police need the testimony of his ex-wife (Penelope Ann Miller). They track her to an elementary school in Oregon, and when John's partner falls ill, he is fo...
The Witches(1990) - In Nicolas Roeg's adaptation of Roald Dahl's novel The Witches, a young boy is vacationing at the seaside with his grandmother when he discovers that the hotel he is staying at is hosting a convention of witches. Eavesdropping on the witches, he learns that the Grand High Witch (Anjelica Huston) has...
Ernest Scared Stupid(1991) - Ernest (Jim Varney) gets into deep trouble when he decides to build a treehouse for the neighborhood kid and accidentally digs up an ugly, evil-tempered troll who hates all children and shows it by promptly turning the five kids helping Ernest into wooden sculptures. This is the fourth entry in the...
Fright Night(1985) - A teenage horror film addict is shocked to discover that his new next-door neighbor is a vampire in this delightful mix of horror and comedy. The problems only grow for young Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) when he expresses his thoughts about fanged new neighbor Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon)...
The Shining(1997) - Jack Torrance (Steven Weber) takes a job at the foreboding Overlook Hotel for the winter. But when his son (Courtland Mead) taps into the evil psychic energy that thrives in the grand hotel, all hell break
Buffy the Vampire Slayer(1992) - Life gets a little more complicated for Buffy, a stereotypical cheerleader Valley girl, when it is revealed to her that she is the latest in a long line of Slayers, sworn to do battle against the evil forces of darkness. With the help of her mentor Merrick and her nare-do-well boyfriend Pike, she m...
Once Upon A Forest(1993) - When a toxic chemical spill destroys a forest and makes a young badger very sick, it's up to her friends to go off in search of some special plants that will help her get better.
Ernest Goes To Jail(1990) - In Ernest Goes to Jail, Jim Varney returns as leering idiot savant Ernest P. Worrall, star of scores of TV commercials and feature films. Varney also takes on a second role in the film: an unrepentant, cold-blooded murderer named Felix Nash. When Ernest serves on the jury for Nash's murder trial, Na...
The Little Mermaid - Based on Hans Christian Andersen's Classic Tale(1976) - Not exactly the kind of movie Disney would've commissioned to be made. This version is based more on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson with a few minor changes. Marina is a young mermaid who is fascinated by the human world and one night saves a prince when his ship sinks in a terrible sto...
A Garfield Christmas Special(1987) - Garfield, Jon, and Odie go to Jon's family's farm for Christmas, where Garfield finds a gift for Grandma and learns the true meaning of Christmas. Filled with wonderful holiday music, this is sure to brighten your holiday!
Goodfellas(1990) - A 15 year old kid in the 1950's is really interested in becoming a gangster. There is a bar outside of where he lives and he watches the gangsters that live there play cards, dice, and do business. He starts to work at the bar getting to know the gangsters that run it better. He starts to sell cigar...
Galaxy Quest(1999) - team of intrepid adventurers travels through the outer reaches of the galaxy, each week finding excitement and adventure on Galaxy Quest! Or at least that's the way it was in the mid-1970s, when brave if reckless Captain Peter Quincy Taggart, lovely Lieutenant Tawny Madison, and inscrutable alien D...
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2(1986) - Young DJ Vantia Block is hosting a music show when two renegade hoodlums phone her and start making trouble. The situation changes rapidly as the kids drive to a passageway and get sawed to pieces by Leatherface while the shocked DJ listens the kids' screams. Local sheriff approaches Block and convi...
Gleaming the Cube(1989) - Brian's adopted brother is killed when he discovers that the shop he works in sends weapons to Vietnam instead of medications. To the police it looks like suicide, but Brian knows better so he skates off to investigate the murde
A Troll in Central Park(1994) - A friendly troll with a magic green thumb grows one flower too many for the queen, whose laws require all trolls to act meanly, be ugly and scare humans whenever possible. As a punishment, he is exiled to a world of concrete, where he should live a life of proper trolldom: Manhattan. But of all plac...
Dead Poets Society(1989) - Painfully shy Todd Anderson has been sent to the school where his popular older brother was valedictorian. His room-mate, Neil, although exceedingly bright and popular, is very much under the thumb of his overbearing father. The two, along with their other friends, meet Professor Keating, their new...
Mystery Men(1999) - Can seven not-so-superheroes save a city of the future? Based on the comic book series created by Bob Burden, Mystery Men is set in the teeming metropolis of Champion City, where noble superhero Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) keeps the peace and sees that justice is done. When Captain Amazing myster...
Look Who's Talking(1989) - Mollie is an accountant who has been having an affair with one of her clients, Albert, who happens to be married. When she becomes pregnant by him, she feels that he will be there always for her and the new baby. But when she gives birth, he breaks it off and Mollie is left to raise a new baby all b...
Real Genius(1985) - When a group of crazy college geniuses put their heads together, almost anything can happen. Hold on for a free-wheeling, uproarious look at just how much mischief a bunch of high IQers can concoct. Chris (Val Kilmer) is the top brain who just wants to party. Mitch (Gabe Jarret) is the 16 year old w...
The Pirate Movie(1982) - After attending a pirate-themed local carnival, '80s girl Mabel (Kristy McNichol, "Family," "Empty Nest," LITTLE DARLINGS) is knocked unconscious, beginning her fantasy about being trapped in the days when pirates roamed. The daughter of a Major General, Mabel falls for wayward pirate Frederick (Ch...
The Gate(1987) - The removal of an old tree in Glen's backyard reveals a large and mysterious hole. Glen and his sister, Al, are left to look after themselves for three days when their parents go away. This is when strange things begin to happen, all of them centered around the "hol
D3: The Mighty Ducks(1996) - This story focuses mainly on Charlie as he veers down the same self-loathing path Gordon took when he was a youth. The Ducks return to thier roots in the third installment of this seires. Back home in Minnesota. Tieing in with the first episode. After reaching the Top in D2 this story deals with the...
Lucas(1986) - A young nerdy boy hopes to gain acceptance in a high school by not backing down against the school bullies, attempting to make the football team and by befriending a new popular girl. His life is complicated when he falls in love with her while she falls in love with his protector, the school footba...
The Burbs(1989) - This story takes place in a typical American neighborhood, when some new neighbors come to live in the house next to Ray Peterson. These new people are really strange; nobody has ever seen them, their house is a real mess, and during the night you can hear weird noises from their basement. The only...
The Black Cauldron(1985) - Young pigkeeper Taran is sworn to look over a pig named Hen Wen, who knows the location of the fabled magical black cauldron. When the Evil Horned King finds out that the pig knows the location, Taran and Hen Wen embark on a frantic adventure to avoid capture by the horned one, encountering witche...
Cool As Ice(1991) - Vanilla Ice stars in his first motion picture in this exciting film featuring hot action and chart topping music. Vanilla Ice portrays Johnny, a freewheeling, motorcycle-riding musican who rools into a small town with his band. There he meets Kathy, (Kristen Minter), a high school honor student wh...
Ghostbusters II(1989) - Five years after the events of the first film, the Ghostbusters have been plagued by lawsuits and court orders, and their once-lucrative business is bankrupt. However, when Dana begins to have ghost problems again, the boys come out of retirement only to be promptly arrested. The Ghostbusters discov...
Return From Witch Mountain(1978) - In this follow-up to ESCAPE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN, Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and Tia (Kim Richards) return to Earth for a vacation. However, that's cut short when egomaniacal Dr. Gannon (Christopher Lee) and his companion Letha (Bette Davis) discover Tony's powers, kidnap him, and attempt to use him to rule...
The Halloween Tree(1993) - The Halloween Tree is a 1993 animated fantasy-drama television movie produced by Hanna-Barbera and based on Ray Bradbury's 1972 fantasy novel of the same name. The film tells the story of a group of trick-or-treating children who learn about the origins and influences of Halloween when one of their...
Star Kid(1997) - Shy seventh-grader Spencer Griffith's life changes when the meteor falls into local junkyard and he finds a Cybersuit - the wise and strong robot from another galaxy. Spencer puts Cybersuit on and becomes a different kind of guy
Magic(1978) - directed by Richard Attenborogh from the novel by William Goldmen. a terrifing love story, a dummy wants to control his master (Anthony Hopkins) and kill people who threaten the deranged fantasy world that exists between the two. Corky (Hopkins) flees when forced to undergo a routine mental exam wh...
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves(1991) - When Robin and his Moorish companion come to England and the tyranny of the Sheriff of Nottingham, he decides to fight back as an outlaw.
Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning(1985) - After a few years in the Unger Institute for Mental Health Tommy Jarvis is deemed fit to be a part of an experimental social project for mentally ill teens. It is a camp where their freedoms are more open and they are trained to re enter society by partaking in a family setting. But Tommy is still s...
Chopping Mall(1986) - A group of teenagers that work at the mall all get together for a late night party in one of the stores. When the mall accidently goes on lock down before they can get out, The robot security system activates after a malfunction and goes on a killing spree. One by one the three bots try to rid the m...
Look Who's Talking Too(1990) - Mollie and James are together and raising a family, which now consists of an older Mikey and his baby sister, Julie. Tension between the siblings arises, and as well with Mollie and James when Mollie's brother Stuart moves in. Mikey is also learning how to use the toilet for the firs
InHumanoids: The Movie(1986) - A subterrainian race of monsters has been released due to human encrouchment. It's up to the Earth Corps team and the Mutors, Redwoods and Granites, to round them up and put them back where they were but the task won't be easy due largely in part to a corrupt Senator who gave in to the demands of...
Pufnstuf(1970) - Young Jimmy, a British lad whose family relocated to the USA, finds himself ostracized by his peers -- and teachers. After being humiliated at band practice, he flees into the woods, where his flute comes to life. Jimmy and Freddie the flute stumble onto a boat (owned by evil Witchipoo), which tak...
Tekken: The Motion Picture(1997) - All of your favorite Tekken characters are here as they battle their way through each other to win the Iron Fist tournament, where fighters of unequaled strength from around the world gather to test their strength in the gladitorial arena. Of course, intrigue and danger abound, with professional ass...
The Princess Bride(1987) - A fairy tale about a beautiful girl who is to be married to a nasty prince, but who is in love with another. The acting styles of Carry Elwes and Mandy Patakin are in The Princess Bride. When a princess is captured by three evil men a man in black named Wesley comes to her rescue.
Big(1988) - JOSH is a 12 year old lad who goes to the carnival and wishes upon a wish machine to become bigger.his wish comes true when he wakes up in an older body. no1 believes him except his best mate who helps him get a job and fend for himself in the outside world.
Ernest Saves Christmas(1988) - When Santa Claus decides to retire, he appoints a washed-up kiddie show host (Douglas Seale) to take his place. Along the way, the real Santa ends up in the slammer on Christmas Eve, and it's up to goonish, glad-handing Ernest P. Worrall (Jim Varney) to bust him out. Varney plays a handful of suppor...
Mannequin(1987) - Jonathan Switcher is a young artist. He just doesn't seem to last in any job he does. But when he builds a mannequin, he makes it so perfect, he falls in love with it. It is the first thing he has made that makes him feel like a real artist. The mannequin ends up in the window of a big department st...
Night Of The Comet(1984) - Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart) is a movie theater employee and her sister Samantha (Kelli Maroney) is a cheerleader. When a comet appears for the first time in several decades, the great majority of humanity disappears. Regina and Samantha are among the few people left on Earth, having to deal with...
Can't Hardly Wait(1998) - After the Huntington Hills High graduation ceremony, the fun gets underway at the graduation party where an assortment of jocks, geeks, prom queens, bimbos, headbangers, and nerdy misfits unload four years' worth of emotional baggage at a house where the hostess (Michelle Brookhurst) loses control o...
Cobra(1986) - A gang of neo-fascist thugs, led by the self-proclaimed 'Night Slasher', are breaking into people's homes & cars, then killing them at random. When of of these thugs holds up a food store & takes hostages, Lt. Marian Cobretti - an intense, take-no-prisoners cop, is brought onto the scene to end the...
Dennis the Menace(1993) - Dennis, everyone's favorite kid from the comics is back. When his parents have to go out of town, he stays with Mr and Mrs Wilson. The little menace is driving Mr Wilson crazy. But Dennis is just trying to be helpful. Even to the thief he bumps into.
Lady in White(1988) - Locked in a school closet during Halloween 1962, young Frank witnesses the ghost of a young girl and the man who murdered her years ago. Shortly afterward he finds himself stalked by the killer and is soon drawn to an old house where a mysterious Lady In White lives. As he discovers the secret of th...
The Girl Most Likely to...(1973) - Stockard Channing (GREASE, "The West Wing") stars as ugly duckling Miriam Knight, who is continuously mistreated by her peers at the college where she recently enrolled. But after a car accident, she has to undergo life-changing plastic surgery, which results in a drastic transformation. Miriam, n...
Godzilla vs Hedorah(1971) - One of the worst Godzilla films in the series. The King of the Monsters versus a beast spawned from pollution by the name of Hedorah. I don't know about you I think the writers were on acid or LSD when it comes to making a film like this. This disgraceful monster movie features musical numbers (e.g...
Wee Sing: Grandpa's Magical Toys(1988) - Join Peter, Sara, and David on their visit to Grandpa's. When Grandpa leaves the room, the magic begins. The children shrink to toy-size and meet Grandpa's Toys. Meet Punchinello, the clown, a muffin man, a farmer, some Scottish dancers, and more as they serve up plenty of laughs.
Super Fuzz(1980) - After being accidentally exposed to radiation, A policeman develops super powers. However, whenever he sees the color red,he temporarily loses his newly aquired abilities.
The Great Outdoors(1988) - Chicago resident Chester "Chet" Ripley, his wife Connie , and their two sons Buck and Benny are on vacation at a lake in Wisconsin, where they have rented a two-story cabin. Not long into the vacation, the unexpected happens -- Connie's sister Kate, Kate's know-it-all husband Roman Craig, and Kate a...
Splash, Too(1988) - In this made for TV follow-up to the Tom Hanks/Daryl Hannah blockbuster SPLASH, Todd Waring (THE RETURN OF THE SHAGGY DOG) and Amy Yasbeck (PROBLEM CHILD, "Wings") take over the roles of Allen and Madison. The pair return from the sea and try to start a new life in suburbia, but when Madison catch...
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day(1968) - It's "Winds Day" in the Hundred Acre Wood, and everyone is wondering when it will end. Pooh visits Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, and Owl, but soon Owl's house crashes, and Eeyore is put in charge of finding a new one for him. Meanwhile, Tigger warns Pooh there could be heffalumps and woozles out to steal...
Sleeping Beauty(1959) - When an enchanted kingdom and the most fair Princess Aurora fall prey to the ultimate mistress of evil, Maleficent, the fate of the empire rests in the hands of three small, reclusive faries and a courageous prince's magical kiss. Their quest is fraught with preril as the spirited group must battle...
Mad Monster Party?(1967) - When Baron Von Frankenstein discovers the formula for a powerful anti-matter potion, he gathers all of the monsters -- and his nebbish nephew Felix -- for a party to announce his retirement. But the monsters aren't happy that he's named Felix as his successor, so they scheme to rub out the mortal....
Weekend At Bernies(1989) - When two bumbling businessmen, Larry Wilson (Andrew McCarthy) and Richard Parker (Jonathan Silverman), alert their boss, Bernie Lomax (Terry Kiser), to an expensive discrepancy in the company books, he invites them to his home on the beach with the intent to have them murdered. However when they dis...
Blade(1998) - When Blade's mother was bitten by a vampire during pregnancy, she did not know that she gave her son a special gift while dying: All the good vampire attributes in combination with the best human skills. Blade and his mentor Whistler battle an evil vampire rebel (Deacon Frost) who plans to take over...
Lean on Me(1989) - When a school in Paterson, New Jersey has a less than average basic skills test scores, it faces the possibility of being taken over by the state. So the mayor asks the school superintendent for help, he suggests that they appoint the controversial Joe Clark as the school principal. Clark begrudging...
Dogma(1999) - When two renegade angels decide to steal back into heaven, thus destroying the universe as we know it, it's up to the last decendent of Christ, two unlikely Prophets, the 13th apostle, and a muse with writer's block to stop them.
Godzilla Vs. Gigan(1972) - Giant alien cockroaches try to conqure earth with there remote controlled monsters, Gigan and King Ghidorah. When the millitary fails to stop these collosle walking nightmares, our only hope is Godzilla king of the monsters, and his best buddy Anguirus, as well as a cartoonist a kung fu bimbo and a...
Rush Hour(1998) - When a Chinese consul's daughter is kidnapped, two men, a strict Chinese martial artist and a cocky annoying LA cop, must overcome their differences and rescue her.
Revenge of the Nerds(1984) - Louis and Gilbert are worried that college will be just the same as highschool in the sense that they will be made fun of for being themselfs whic hin the public eyes are nerds, when they get to college they find ou
Pee-Wee's Playhouse Christmas Special(1988) - Pee-Wee and his pals in the playhouse celebrate a wacky christmas in this TV special. When Pee-Wee wishes for almost every toy in the world, Conky explodes as he makes a list for Pee-Wee. Santa finds out and then Pee-Wee learns a valueble lesson, you can't get everything you want! Along thw way, Pee...
Fletch(1985) - Irwin "Fletch" Fletcher (Chevy Chase) is a newspaper writer and a fast-talking master of disguise, using various looks to land interesting stories. When a millionaire named Alan Stanwyk (Tim Matheson) mistakes him for a beach bum (Fletch is doing research on drug dealing), Stanwyk offers Fletch mone...
Rollerball(1975) - In a futuristic society where corporations have replaced countries, the violent game of Rollerball is used to control the populace by demonstrating the futility of individuality. However, one player, Jonathan E., rises to the top, and fights for his personal freedom and threatens the corporate contr...
Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller(1988) - Young Ralph James and his scheming friend Tommy Tricker collect stamps. But when Tommy snatches a rare stamp, Ralph discovers the secret of stamp travel to take him around the world and bring back the 75-year gone traveller Charle
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home(1995) - Two years ago the boy Jesse helped the whale Willy to jump into freedom. Jesse enjoys the life with his adoptive parents, when his half-brother Elvis arrives because the dead of their mother. During a holiday trip Jesse meets Willy again, as well as his indian friend Randolph. A tender love develope...
Hobgoblins(1988) - Hobgoblins is set in a dusty old movie studio. Years earlier, a horror film had been in the works, but production had suddenly and mysteriously shut down. The reason becomes obvious when the title characters escape from the studio vaults. Chaos ensues, not to mention panic and havoc. Say, this sound...
For Keeps(1988) - Young, ambitious high school students Darcy Elliot (Molly Ringwald) and Stan Bobrucz (Randal Batinkoff) have a hitch thrown into their plans to attend college and pursue professional careers when they discover that Darcy is pregnant. Deciding against abortion or adoption, the couple decides to carry...
Blankman(1994) - Darryl Walker is a nerdy childlike inventor with a genius for inventing various gadgets out of his stuff. When he stumbles on a method to make his outfit instoppable, he becames the city's ultimate crime-fighter Blankman!
Pleasantville(1998) - When two teenagers, David and Jennifer fight over the remote control for the TV, they find themselves hurled into a classic TV show "Pleasantville." But then when they start influencing this perfect little town, things start to change.
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead(1991) - Single Mother goes away for the summer. The kids are first delighted but then find that Mom has hired the sitter from hell to stay with them. When the sitter dies of a sudden coronary they deposit the body at a mortuary only to discover all their Summer expense money was in her purse. The kids must...
The Baby-Sitters Club(1995) - Based on the bestselling book series about seven friends whose babysitting business leads to one adventure after another. When tomboy Kristy, president of the club, has a brilliant idea to run a summer day camp, the girls all agree it's the perfect way to spend their summer--together! But life gets...
Mouse Hunt(1997) - When the Founder of a string factory dies..his two sons inherit it. Due to a promise they made to their father on his death bed..they must agree what to do with it. When a pesky mouse is discovered..the brothers try everything to get rid of it.
Rambo III(1988) - John Rambo's former Vietnam superior, Colonel Samuel Trautman, has been assigned to lead a mission to help the Mujahedeen rebels who are fighting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, but the Buddhist Rambo turns down Trautman's request that Rambo help out. When the mission goes belly up and Trautman...
The Mummy(1999) - Loosely adapted from the classic 1932 horror film starring Boris Karloff, The Mummy is set in Egypt, where over 3,000 years ago the high priest Imhotep (played by Arnold Vosloo) was given the all-important assignment of preparing the recently dead for their journey into the afterlife. However, Imhot...
Die Hard With A Vengeance(1995) - John McClane Has Fallen On Hard Times But After Moving To New York City That He Has Developed A Heavy Drinking Problem And He Has Been Suspended From The NYPD But However When His Past Come's Back To Haunt Him In The Form Of Simon Gruber.
Better Off Dead(1985) - What is a teenage boy to do when his girlfriend dumps him for a ski jock? Suicide of course! However, each attempt he makes is a failure which only brings him more agony and embarrassment. Still obsessed with his ex-girlfriend, his next solution is to try and win her back, unless love is found with...
Newsies(1992) - Starring academy award winner Robert Duvall and screen favorite Ann-Margret, here's the true story of a courageous group of newsboys who become unlikely heroes when they team up to fight an unscrupulous newspaper tycoon. Determined to make their dreams come true, they find the courage to challenge...
Con Air(1997) - Former war hero Cameron Poe (Nicolas Cage) is sentenced to eight years in prison when he accidentally kills a man in a barroom brawl while defending his pregnant wife. When his release comes through, he's eager to see the daughter he's never met. However, Poe's original flight is delayed, so he's pu...
Paulie(1998) - Paulie, an intelligent parrot who actually talks, relates the story of his struggle to a Russian immigrant who works as a janitor at the research institute where he is housed and neglected. Paulie's story begins many years earlier when he is given as a gift to a little girl who stutters. Eventually,...
Gargoyles: The Movie - The Heros Awaken(1994) - In 994 A.D., Goliath and the few remaining gargoyles help defend the Scottish castle where they live. In exchange the human occupants protect the gargoyles during the day, since they turn to stone from dawn to dusk. The gargoyles are put under a spell, and they remain in stone form for one thousand...
Vampire Hunter D(1985) - It is many thousand years in the future. Vampires once ruled the night but have seen their numbers reduced by fearless bounty hunters. One such hunter is D, the halfbreed son of a human mother and vampire father. When a girl from a rich family is taken from her home by the vampire Meier Link, her fa...
Leprechaun 4: In Space(1997) - In this episode of the grisly little green man's saga, the Leprechaun heads for outer space to steal the gold from a mining planet and to marry the girl of his dreams. When she is rescued by a unit of intergalactic commandos, the leprechaun sets off to get gory revenge.
New Year's Evil(1980) - In this horrific slasher outing, a punk rock disc jockey has a really bad night when a nutcase begins calling her every hour on New Year's Eve to inform her of his latest murder victim
Hard Boiled(1992) - Mobsters are smuggling guns into Hong Kong. The police orchestrate a raid at a teahouse where the ace detective loses his partner. Meanwhile, the two main gun smugglers are having a war over territoriality, and a young new gun is enlisted to wipe out informants and overcome barriers to growth. The d...
Rambo: First Blood Part II(1985) - John Rambo is removed from prison by his former superior, Colonel Samuel Troutman, for a top-secret operation to bring back POW's still held in Vietnam. Rambo's assignment is to only take pictures of where the POWs are being held, but Rambo wants to get the POWs out of Vietnam. Teamed up with female...
Silent Night, Deadly Night(1984) - Offended parents and others protested this slasher film when it was released in 1984 because it portrays Billy (Robert Brian Wilson) as a toy-store Santa Claus who goes on a rampage and axes people to death while still in his Santa garb. Four sequels prove the adage that there is no such thing as ba...
Garfield in Paradise(1986) - Garfield, Jon, and Odie go to Hawaii and find themselves in love under the sun. But things heat up when a volcano's spirit hides in their car and they soon find out the story of how a previous car saved the village they visit. It all results in a race against time. Can the car appease the force of t...
Funny Farm(1988) - When Andy and Elizabeth buy a farm in Vermont, they can't imagine the trouble that awaits them. Andy has quit his job as a sports journalist and is planning to use the peace and quiet of the country to write the Great American Novel. From the moment the movers' truck gets lost with their furniture,...
Last Action Hero(1993) - Danny Madigan is a big movie buff. While watching an action movie, Danny's magic ticket transports him inside the movie alongside his number one hero Jack Slater. Its a dream come true for Danny, but things take a turn for the worst when a movie villain gets hold of the ticket and escapes into the r...
Searching for Bobby Fischer(1993) - A prepubescent chess prodigy refuses to harden himself in order to become a champion like the famous but unlikable Bobby Fischer.Josh Waitzkin is just a typical American boy interested in baseball when one day he challenges his father at chess and wins. Showing unusual precocity at the outdoor match...
Up in Smoke(1978) - Cheech and Chong meet up by chance on the highway somewhere in California. They go in search of some dope and are accidentally deported to Mexico where in their desperation to get home they agree to drive a van back to the States so they can get back in time for a gig they are due to play. Unaware o...
Escape to Witch Mountain(1995) - Remake of the 1975 film with a few different twists and some amped effects. Twins Danny (Erik von Detten) and Anna (Elisabeth Moss) who were separated find their way back to each other with the aide of their magical powers, creating a pillar of light when they touch. Millionaire Edward Bolt (Rober...
American Beauty(1999) - Lester and Carolyn Burnham are on the outside, a perfect husband and wife, in a perfect house, in a perfect neighborhood. But inside, Lester is slipping deeper and deeper into a hopeless depression. He finally snaps when he becomes infatuated with one of his daughters friends. Meanwhile, his daughte...
Ninja III: The Domination(1984) - When a telephone repairwoman (Lucinda Dickey) runs into a ninja who was fatally shot by a group of cops, she reluctantly takes his Katana. Little does she know is that the sword is possessed by the deceased ninja's spirit and now she is under the control of the dead ninja who is longing for vengeanc...
The Elm Chanted Forest(1986) - An evil force is out to destroy the forest--somebody's got to help save the animals. And Peter Palette is just the one to do it. "Elm-chanted" by a magical tree, Peter is now gifted with the ability to talk to the animals. When he learns of the evil plot by Cactus King to turn the forest into a dese...
The Skateboard Kid(1993) - No one could be more bored than Zack, the new kid in town with no friends in sight. When a gang of hip, skateboarding thrashers start cruising his neighborhood, Zack hopes his luck will change. But they want nothing to do with him. Then Zack makes the discovery of his life: a talking wisecracking,...
Road House(1989) - Dalton (Patrick Swayze) is a famous cooler...The man who the bar owners go to when their bouncers aren't doing a good job. Lured away from a fancy dance club, he finds himself kicking ass and taking in names in a raucous small-town bar called the Double Deuce. Along the way, he falls in love with a...
Son in Law(1993) - Classic Paulie Shore. Country girl Rebecca begins college in Los Angeles. There she meets Crawl, a student who is crazy, unpredictable and wild. During the holidays she brings him with her home. Her parents have never seen anything like him and are shocked when Rebecca tells them that they are engag...