If Dollhouse continues, someone is obviously going to die, since Joss just loves killing. :-) Here are "his" 16 most painful deaths.
BSG composer Bear McCreary interviews four of the final five Cylons. (And holy frak! What a mind-blowing expositionarama last night with "No Exit." I'm still wrapping my noodle around the Cylon history lesson).
Sam Tyler may have a Life on Mars, but it looks like he won't have much of one on our TVs, if these ratings are any indication. Damn.
E!s Kristin chats with real life couple Michael Emerson and Carrie Preston. More here with Ben. And Juliet, too.
More thoughts on science and religion, and how the twain shan't meet. Related: "Oh, it's a miracle! Oh...that one, not so much."
I don't get into hockey, but some of these "goal" calls crack me up.
TV Gal isn't panicking about Dollhouse (quality-wise).
If Emily Blunt can't be Natasha Romanoff, then Eliza wants in. How's her Russian? Or maybe ScarJo?
A peek at Watchmen's "Tales of the Black Freighter."
A chat with the Ellen Tigh herself, Kate Vernon.
Matt Stafford the top rated QB in one scout's eyes.
To any gals excited about this, I'm ready to beam up.
Put your money where your mouth is, when it comes to Octomom.
Dragging down the collective IQ of the country.
I don't have any stories about him being a bad tipper, but I did have my own brief Michael Stipe encounter. In college, I made a late night trip to Kinko's to make copies of a paper I was writing, and there he was hanging out. (Why "hang out" in a Kinko's at 2 in the morning? No clue). But to call him "disheveled" would do in injustice to hobos. And I don't think I've ever been in proximity to someone who smelled quite so bad. Either he was living out of a dumpster in those days, or had decided to roll around in a compost heap with a sack full of dead mackerels before making a few copies. Ahhh, the exciting life of a rock star.
A chat with dear, departed Charlotte Staples Lewis.
A profile in asshattery. If your first impressions where that this guy was a douchenozzle, then read on.
The geek worlds collide. Summer Glau on Big Bang Theory? AWESOME. Just as awesome? Felicia Day on Dollhouse!
Klingon night school.
An interesting profile of Herschel Walker, from Jeff Pearlman's blog (he wrote the recent Cowboys book, "Boys Will Be Boys."). Pearlman also worked at ESPN for a while, and here are his top 10 things that irk him about the WWL.
Baseball Prospectus looks at the 2009 season. Braves with a winning record, and tied with the Phillies for the Wild Card? Wonder how the season series with the World Champs turns out?
If this program was used in Columbus, GA, I think the application would require all the geopbytes of all the internet storage in all the world.
Every single filthy fucking thing said on The Sopranos. EVER.
Did Peter Bishop want to be Captain Kirk?
Richard Hatch "defends" Tom Zarek.
Guess I'm not going to retire (or even buy some Whiskey and Ramen Noodles) doing this here blogging thing.
Does the brain make up the need for god?
AOL's "Best Shows of the 90s." Some highlights: Star Trek: TNG 29, SportsNight 19, South Park 16, Northern Exposure 15, Frasier 14, Law & Order 11, The Sopranos 10, The X-Files 6, Buffy 4, The Simpsons 3, Seinfeld 1. You look through that list, other than what I've noted, and realize there was a lot of crap on in the 90s.
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! (Amazon is offering Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" as a FREE download today!)