Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
On first blush, tonight's was an excellent episode of The Office.
The eyes are the groin of the face.
I love Thursdays.
My degree of whelmment is very low.
Jim showed his similarity with Michael at the end, going for humor to try to deflect an uncomfortable situation, failing, and never really recovering.
I want Landry to be used most effectively!
I have felt the same way about Heroes during its entire run. Good scenes mixed with dreck. I can't seem to shake the show entirely, but I probably should.
I meant that the last scene of last night's episode set up something that could be quite interesting in future episodes. Hiro has an arch-nemesis! I don't think they needed to use six or seven episodes or whatever it has been so far this season to set that up. I agree with you that the show's filler-to-action ratio is far too high, especially this year.
I'm going to have to try FNL I guess. With the end of Mad Men, that Glenn Close lawyer show, and Weeds, pickings are slim.
Does anyone watch "Brotherhood" on Showtime?
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