You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Conan's final message from The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. "Before we end this rodeo, a few things need to be said. There has been a lot of speculation in the press about what I legally can and can't say about NBC.  To set the record straight, tonight I am allowed to say anything I... Continue Reading →

Do You Miss Us?

Sorry about the silence around here. I'm battling a deadly disease (sounds better than "the sniffles") and Beal's life, it sounds like from Twitter, is basically unraveling at the seams. Anyway, here's a quick Round Up of the TV I've caught over the last two weeks and my thoughts because, oh, you are DYING to... Continue Reading →

How To Save “The Jay Leno Show”

by Judi TiVo loves me. That's why it tapes any show where Ewan MacGregor makes an appearance, because it knows I'll make an embarrassing noise when I see his name listed in the show description and because TiVo wants to make me happy. Always tape it. Even if the show is terrible, I tell my... Continue Reading →

Great Moments #9

Show: The Primetime Emmy's 2007 Great Moment: Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert announce Ricky Gervais as the Best Actor in a Comedy and, since he's not there to receive it, give it to their old Daily Show alum buddy Steve Carrell instead, prompting the greatest Man Hug of All Time and, really, the only funny... Continue Reading →

I Should Just Move to England at This Point

by Judi I have a new obsession and it's all the BBC's fault. Ok, maybe it's Comcast's fault for offering BBC. But no, Comcast provides me with a myriad of channels (most of them excruciatingly awful and unnecessary) so it's really just BBC's fault. As our forefathers said, "I blame England." Why I'm obsessed with... Continue Reading →

Holy Stacey Carosi

by Judi A couple of things about this: 1) That's kind of COLD for Jimmy Fallon. What's next? He's going to propose a reunion of Blue Oyster Cult, only to have them all show up at Horatio Sanz's house instead? 2) Nice cropping of Screech and Mr. B. whose creepiness, indeed, has increased exponentially since... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Cybill Disobedience

by Beal This may seem an unlikely place for a book review, being that this site is all about gluttonous consumption of television, but when we say "television," what we really mean is "all things television" which includes "auto"biographies of our favorite TV stars. What I just read (in three hours or less) was Cybill... Continue Reading →

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