I had asked this question before but I didn't get a single answer, so I decided to try it again.
I was watching the season one finale of Reba, and at the graduation scene, I looked at the audience in the stands and wondered something... are the extras in scenes with crowds supposed to be members of the live studio audience that are brought down to help out?2 AnswersComedy9 months ago
I was watching the season one finale of Reba, and at the graduation scene, I looked at the audience in the stands and wondered something... are the extras in scenes with crowds supposed to be members of the live studio audience that are brought down to help out?Comedy10 months ago
As everyone knows, there is not one single thing out there that only ONE person in the world has to go through. It can be really stressful or embarrassing for them, but sometimes if they see it happen to other people, it s funny. Why is it that things are only funny to us if we see them happen to others?2 AnswersPhilosophy1 year ago
Whenever stores go out of business, they have big sales giving their customers one last chance to get the stuff they want at their favorite store while they still can. There are signs above the entrance and through the halls like "Everything Must Go!" among others. But what do they do with the items that have NOT gone? If items are still on the shelves and displays, do they just throw them away or give them to other stores, or something else?5 AnswersCorporations1 year ago
In the anti-vaping or anti-smoking ads, do people actually vape or smoke for real or are they just using props?
I ve been seeing many ads for The Real Cost and other related PSA campaigns. I ve been noticing that almost every ad has someone smoking or vaping. I ve been wondering if they re just using props or if they re real.2 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 year ago
Say that you were prescribed to take two of the same pill at a certain time. What happens if you accidentally take one extra?5 AnswersMedicine3 years ago
Everyone who's watched 8 Simple Rules and is a fan of John Ritter knows that the show went downhill following his death, and was changed entirely to focus on Cate and the kids, with her dad and nephew stepping in to help. If John were still alive today, would the show have lasted longer?6 AnswersComedy3 years ago
We all know the many animated shows that FOX has aired over it s 31 years of broadcasting, such as The Simpsons, Family Guy, King of the Hill, and many others. But why aren t there animated shows on any of the other broadcast networks? It would be nice to see ABC or even The CW give it a try.5 AnswersOther - Television3 years ago