quasi in rem

Monday, May 24, 2004

T.V. watching guide for this evening...

It looks like a great evening to watch T.V. NBC has an episode of Fear Factor, which is just always great. The Fox network is showing the finale of The Swan, I can't wait!! What will the lovely ladies look like? Who will be the lovligliest?

ABC has the broadcast premiere of Oscar-winning "A Beautiful Mind," nice. So so movie, but anything with Jennifer Connolley is must see T.V.. Oh and by broadcast premier, they mean the first time it has been shown by a free channel. Anyone with cable or $3.00 and a VCR has probably seen this movie already. It is over 3 years old.

CBS has two of America's most beloved and highest quality shows in its 8-9 p.m. "comedy block" -- season finales of “Yes, Dear” and “Still Standing.” Both consistently rise to the top of the comedy heap and it is a a shame and a travesty that Lady Emmy has not landed on their doorstep. Our Lady Viewer for that matter.

Arrrggggh. I wish I had four teevee's and eight eyes and four butts so that I watch all the programs at once.

It is easy to see why, with just soooo much quality counter programmign the NETWORKS HAVE DECIDED NOT TO AIR PRESIDENT BUSH"S WAR TIME ADDRESS TO THE NATION ON THE FATE OF OURS TROOPS, OUR ECONOMY AND OUR NATIONAL RESOLVE.

Quite understandable indeed. It's not like there are any outstanding issues in Iraq that need be addressed. Like when are the 135,000 troops coming home, what are the costs of the war, who will we hand over authority to on June 30, what role will the U.N. play, have we found more WMD, how will we address the issues of ABU Ghraib and Nick Berg. Little things like that. And with an upcoming Presidential Election its not overly important to know what the incumbant President's plan is for Iraq.

Minor really when compared to testicle eating, competitive plastic surgery, a four year old movie, and the comedy stylings of whoever's on those crap CBS shows ( Jim Belushi maybe? I have no idea.)

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