I told you November sweeps started last Thursday. Great timing for The Simpsons which had their annual Treehouse of Horror Episode, and 30 Rock which had its season premire. I'll be interested to see whether 30 Rock can maintain some of that bump over last year's rating. * Monday, NBC's entire lineup is prempted by a one-hour Deal Or No Deal followed by a two-hour Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2008: "As Election Day nears, the cast of SNL bring out their best political satire and takes a look back at some of their most memorable political sketches throughout the years, from Chevy Chase's Gerald Ford to Will Ferrell's George W. Bush." I can't think of any memorable presidential sketches off the top of my head. Oh wait, "I was told there would be no math" will probably be on there. * Of course Tuesday is all election coverage on ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. * The Dancing With The Stars results show that normally airs on Tuesday instead airs on Wednesday, bumping Pushing Daisies. * Saturday Night Football is Cal vs USC. Sunday Night Football has the NY Giants vs the Philadelphia Eagles. * Just like last week, America's Funniest Home Videos is only scheduled to be a half-hour because of NASCAR. This time, it's the Checker Auto Parts 500.
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C'mon Daisies! At least finish out your second season, though to be honest I love this series but I don't see the concept stretching more than 3 seasons without a major game changer. (In the interest of disclosure I haven't had time to start the second season yet)
Originally posted by EddieBurkett LOST will be back on Wed. nights (zap2it.com) which I'm hyped about, but as the article linked mentions, that doesn't bode well for either Pushing Daisies or Dirty Sexy Money...
Did DSM ever rise above the "Arrested Development... without comedy, and twice as long" label that some critics marked it with? I'm a fan of the cast and I was wondering if I should bother with it during Christmas break.
EDIT~! Thought I'd mention that The Graysons has passed away at the tender age of 'not even a pilot script first draft or ridiculous internet casting rumor' it is potentially survived by Smallville which at this point seems will continue on 12-60 seasons after Tom Welling leaves.
"It's shame it never happened," said Mr. Absolutely-No-Not-Even-The-Most-Diehard-Robin-FanFic-Writers-Be-They-Erotically-Inclined-Or-Not.
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Snipes thought he was pretty much intentionally buried by the third movie, despite the franchise being "his" as it was produced in part by his movie label and initially brought into existence by his lobbying.