Friday 8 p.m. What I Like About You 8:30 p.m. Twins 9 p.m. Reba 9:30 p.m. Living With Fran
Sunday 7 p.m. Reba reruns 8 p.m. Charmed 9 p.m. Blue Collar TV
ON-THE-BUBBLE SHOWS DISCARDED: * Jack & Bobby * Summerland
CANCELLED EARLIER THIS SEASON: * Grounded for Life * The Mountain
NEW SHOWS: * "Supernatural." Supernatural thriller, from writer Eric Kripke (The WB’s “Tarzan”), about two brothers who take a cross-country road trip to solve their mother’s 20-year-old murder. It stars Jensen Ackles (“Dark Angel,” “Smallville”) and Jared Padalecki (“Gilmore Girls,” “House of Wax”). * "Related." Hourlong comedy-drama, from writer Liz Tuccillo (“Sex and the City”) about four sisters in Manhattan. It stars Laura San Giacomo (“Just Shoot Me”), Lizzy Caplan (“Freaks and Geeks,” “Tru Calling,” “Mean Girls”), Jennifer Esposito (“Crash”) and Laura Breckenridge. * "Just Legal." Legal procedural comedy-drama, from writer Jonathan Shapiro (“Boston Legal”), about a 19—year-old lawyer and his defense-attorney mentor. I stars Jay Baruchel (“Undeclared,” “Million Dollar Baby”), Don Johnson (“Nash Bridges”) and Amy Aquino (“In Good Company,” “A Lot Like Love”). * "Twins." Sitcom, created by the writing team of David Kohan and Max Mutchnick (“Boston Common,” “Will & Grace,” “Good Morning, Miami”), about twin sisters “who could not be less alike.” It stars Melanie Griffith, Mark Linn-Baker, Sara Gilbert and Molly Stanton. MIDSEASON: * "Pepper Dennis." Comedy-drama, from Gretchen Berg & Aaron Harberts (“Roswell,” “John Doe.” “Wonderfalls,” “North Shore”), about a hot TV journalist in Chicago. It stars Rebecca Romijn (“X2”), Brooke Burns (“North Shore”), Rider Strong (“Cabin Fever”), Josh Hopkins (“The Perfect Storm,” “Ally McBeal”) and Lindsay Price (“Coupling”). * "The Bedford Diaries." Drama, from writer Tom Fontana (“Homicide,” “Oz”) about college students tied together by a class on human sexuality. It stars Milo Ventimiglia (“Gilmore Girls”), Audra McDonald (“Mister Sterling”) and Matthew Modine (“Cutthroat Island”). * "Misconceptions." Sitcom about a single mother who discovers her sperm donor misrepresented himself. It stars Jane Leeves (“Frasier”). * "Modern Men." Sitcom, from writer Marsh McCall (“Just Shoot Me,” “My Big Fat Greek Life”), about twentysomethings who seek out a “life coach.” It stars Josh Braaten (“Married to the Kellys”), Max Greenfield (Deputy Leo on “Veronica Mars”) and Eric Lively (“The L Word”).
Smallville is dead as a doornail on Thursdays. Ratings had already plummeted as it was dead last in its timeslot on Wednesdays every week. Against Survivor and The OC, Superboy doesn't stand a chance. Good riddance.
"Edge and Lita may be one thing, but take away Adam's steriods and what would he be? Another 6'4" skinny guy and take away Amy's oppenents like Gail Kim, Molly Holly, Victoria--Girls that know how to wrestle and guess what? That nasty bitch will bust her knee cap every other 7 months." The Second Mrs. Adam Copeland
So long as What I Like About You is coming back, all is right with the world as far as I'm concerned. Anyone know an address we can send condolence cards to for the cast of the soon to be departed "Smallville"?
"He is the most overrated piece of crap in the league. He bitched and whined after he got his ass beaten in New England last year, so the NFL changed the rules. Then he got his ass beaten in New England again. Every year he's the top MVP candidate. Every year he's supposed to be the best. Every year he's going to carry the Colts to the Super Bowl. And every single year he goes to New England and gets his ass beaten. And his brother's a whiny little bitch." -A friend of mine, on Peyton Manning
How can you credit Don Johnson with Nash Bridges and ignore Miami Vice???
"Now that you've built up the courage to get into the gym, let me give you five reasons why you should put in the time to train with consistency: 1. Increased strength 2. Improved self-confidence 3. Injury prevention 4. Self-discipline 5. Sex (Trust me, you'll have a better shot with the ladies if you're in shape.)" -- Making the Game, pp. 14 - 15
Not only that, but for the little bit we made it through, it was hard to tell if the singing scenes had anything to do, continuity-wise, with the scenes immediately before and after the song and dance. Conversation, random song, conversation.