Bugs (TV series)
Bugs is a British television drama series which ran for four series from April 1995 to August 1999. The programme, a mixture of action/adventure and science-fiction, involved a team of specialist independent crime-fighting technology experts, who faced a variety of threats involving computers and other modern technology. It was originally broadcast on Saturday evenings on BBC One, and was produced for the BBC by the independent production company Carnival Films. In July 2014, London Live; a local digital terrestrial station in London, began airing a complete re-run from Series 1.
Bugs (2003 film)
Bugs is a 2003 American science-fiction- horror film that debuted as a Sci Fi Pictures TV-movie on the Sci Fi Channel on September 9, 2003. It starred Angie Everhart and Antonio Sabato Jr.
Bugs is a nickname for:
- Arthur "Bugs" Baer (1886-1969), American journalist
- Bugs Bennett (1892–1957), Major League Baseball pitcher
- Bob Bugden (born 1936), Australian former rugby league player
- Bugs Henderson (1943–2012), blues guitarist
- Fred Kommers (1886-1943), Major League Baseball outfielder
- Bugs Moran (1892–1957), American gangster
- Bugs Raymond (1882–1912), Major League Baseball pitcher
- Bugs Reisigl (1887–1957), Major League Baseball pitcher
- Bugsy Siegel (1906-1947), American mobster also nicknamed "Bugs"
- Bill Werle (1920-2010), Major League Baseball pitcher
Bugs (2014 film)
Bugs is a 2014 Chinese 3D science fiction disaster thriller film directed by Yan Jia. It was released on October 10.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Usage examples of "bugs".
Adam and Bugs sat with Sylvia and Laura at the table nearest the velvet rope.
She was pointing at Bugs who was shuffling around absently toying with a pair of drumsticks.
He had not found Bugs and, he noted with chagrin, he had completely lost his bearings.
Trying to keep Bugs out of trouble was probably going to get Adam into it.
Adam scrambled out, and dragging Bugs with him, slipped into the crowd.
Before Adam could either protest or interfere, Bugs was out the door, the cap on his head, the moustache in place and the wrench in his hand.
Ralph continued down the stairs, while Adam and Bugs raced down the hall of the seventeenth floor.
When they reached their room, Adam pushed Bugs in ahead of him, slammed the door, locked it and jammed a chair under the doorknob.
There was only one thing to do: go with Bugs and try to keep him out of trouble.
He and Bugs mingled with the other patrons and gained entrance without incident.
Now he could hustle Bugs home and take some aspirin to stop his head from pounding.
He remembered that he and Bugs were supposed to be back at the hotel in bed.
He jumped onto the stage, grabbed Bugs by the arm and pulled him towards the nearest exit.
The regular drummer seemed to fade out and in his place Bugs appeared, moustache and all.
Endomorph was pretty good, but that the real hit of the show was this Bugs Potter.