Heroes: Meh. This show's inevitably going to lose me.
Studio 60: Still good, but the love circus is still annoying. Hopefully it goes in a new direction.
House: Mercifully, a dramatic improvement from the previous episode. It could have been the "ugly friend" factor, though. The previous episode was so impossibly bad that they could have showed 60 minutes of Hugh Laurie taking a dump and it would have been an improvement.
Bones: Still decent. It could have been better, and there were some predictable parts, but the overall examination of truth vs justice remained solid.
Thursday is a happy day for me. It's two solid hours of comedic genius. My Name is Earl, The Office, Scrubs, and 30 Rock. While the first three require no introduction (they're pretty much cookie-cutter sitcoms that are well-written and entertaining), 30 Rock needs some props. Crazy megalomaniac Tracy Morgan does an excellent job playing a crazy megalomaniac, and Alec Baldwin was made for television. I sort of wish he never made movies--he's much better on the networks. Tina Fey writing is just an added bonus. Seeing Pee-Wee Herman in a bit role was about the funniest thing I've ever seen.
After that, I wind down with Men in Trees. It's been hit or miss lately, but last week it was mediocre leaning on the side of decent.
Sorry, DJShovelpants, if you still read. I gave Prison Break another shot this season, and it still sucks wind. The good news is, your old blog is no longer gay porn. It just doesn't exist.
Update: I'm going to conduct a little science experiment. It's probably not the kind of clientel I want at this blog, but I wonder how many hits I'll get from google from this:
Anna Nicole Smith autopsy pics and photographs.
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