A while back, I blogged about "go to bed shows." Meaning, shows that I let rack up on the bedroom TiVo and watch when I go to sleep. They typically aren't that serialized and are usually procedurals. For a while, I would watch shows like Numb3rs, Crossing Jordan or CSI:Miami (before that got too inhumanly stupid and hammy to even tolerate for a laugh). Lately, I've added NCIS to the rotation, which is an entertaining procedural, and sampled Supernatural, which my TiVo helpfully suggested for me. In fact, I think I may move Supernatural to the main TiVo it's so good. I don't know why I never got into this program when it first aired (on the CW? On at the same time as other shows?) but it's really damned good. It features lots of folks behind the scenes that were associated with The X-Files, and has a laugh out loud sense of humor in addition to a compelling mythology and solid scares.
The 10 Worst spinoffs ever. (I actually liked The Lone Gunmen, though).
There WILL be a Wonderfalls crossover with Pushing Daisies this year. Awesome.
Several online writers have seen some of Watchmen. Sounds mind-blowing.
10th anniversary DVD for SportsNight. An underrated gem.
The censored Chuck Lorre vanity card from Monday's Big Bang Theory. Censors are morons.
New "blood" (including Admiral Cain and Zack from Gilmores!) on True Blood, which is getting better every week. The dimwitted brother makes me laugh in spite of myself, and I actually liked Tara last week, so it must be doing something right.
Interesting directorial rumors. Will Thor take on a Shakespearean quality?
Deadspin ladies discuss the Idaho cheerleading outfit controversy. One of the gals offers this insight about the cheerleaders and coeds of the SEC, which has long been a mystery:
That said, I have spent many football-watching afternoons deconstructing the hotness of SEC cheerleaders. (Consensus seems to hold that 'Bama and Ole Miss have the prettiest girls on the sidelines. We can never figure out why Georgia doesn't, when Athens is full of the most gorgeous coeds you've ever seen).Whiniest coaches in the NCAA. Lots of SEC coaches in there.
Thought-provoking stats comparing the Jorts Jesus and Stafford.
What does college football have to do with scarecrows? Check this out. UGA appears to be playing another team, who all wear the number 0. Funny.
Video of halftime interviews gone wrong. Anyone else think that last one with Joe Kines sounds like Boomhauer?
Bill Maher and chatty serpents. And why again, don't cults pay taxes?
Michael Muhney, who was the caustic Sheriff Lamb on Veronica Mars, seems like an awesome, and gracious, dude. Here he talks about not getting cast as Seely Booth's brother on Bones, nor as Paul Ballard on Dollhouse (with lots of nice things, of course, to say about Joss and the guy that got the role, Tahmoh Penikett. Speaking of which, if you're a Helo fan, check out this interview with Tahmoh conducted by the folks at Galactica Quorum at DragonCon. Another down to earth, appreciative and insightful dude).
If I was a cop, I'd give this guy a pass for driving erratically, simply for having good taste.