In the not-so-distant past, Sunday morning rituals…

…often revolved around pancakes, coffee and a massive roll of wood pulp we lovingly called the Sunday paper. Few people receive the latter anymore. Instead they cozy up to the Sunday reprint of last night’s Creature Features show. While not as useful as bird cage lining, it is jam-packed with just as much advertising and entertainment news. So please enjoy this episode and do pass the maple syrup.

A good many of you stayed in last night eschewing the St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

You watched Creature Features and then had a good night’s sleep. But the rest of you wore little green hats, plastic jewelry and demonstrated your seldom-utilized dancing skills. And it is for this latter group that we dedicate last night’s episode today. Take some more Advil, grab a bite from the kitchen and do the walk of shame over to the link below and enjoy our friends from the Federation Trading post and this silly little film titled Phantom Planet. Oh, and don’t answer your phone. Your friend’s play-by-play coverage of last night’s events might interrupt your good cheer.

Spring forward, fall back, blah, blah, blah.

If you’re like most of us, you lost an hour last night due to this national Kabuki Theater routine we do twice a year concerning Daylight Savings Time. But the brilliant scientists working behind the scenes here at Creature Features have developed a way to give you back not just one, but two of those lost hours by serving you a fresh copy our latest show this morning. Think of it as the magic of time travel without the expense of a Delorean.

This Saturday night on Creature Features:

We’ll be watching “The Wasp Woman” with the amazing Rick Farmiloe and the fabulous Christi Haydon. They’ll tell us all about their wonderful Full Moon Cartoons project and regale us with tales from their adventures in Hollywood. And Christi will tell us what it was like to fly the the Enterprise D! 10PM on Northbay TV and at 11PM on KOFY TV20. Don’t miss it!


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