The Daily Show. That and WWE & TNA are pretty much all I watch on TV anymore. Shows that I like, I tend to wait 'til DVD (Arrested Development Season 2 October 11!).
Then we watched Swing Time from the newly-released Astaire & Rogers DVD set.
Freeway, I've been thinking about watching the US version of The Office, but man, I just don't know if I want to -- I'm worried that it'll get all tangled up with the original in my head and I just wont be able to keep them straight anymore.
Last 5 movies seen: Swing Time - Sin City - Battleship Potemkin - My Brilliant Career - Kansas City Bomber
I watched Arrested Development at 11 pm on KTVI-2 St. Louis, because apparently Fox has offered nightly late-night runs to affiliates. They're running it every night this week, and it isn't because they missed one of the marathons earlier this month. The feed lacks a FBC bug.
Behold the "Wise" Words of Renegade Raine, the Bishounen Hunter:
I don't watch a whole lot of TV. I watched episode 21 of Revolutionary Girl Utena (subbed version) on my computer, if that counts.
Actually, now that I think of it, I think I caught bits and pieces of Totally Spies, because my three year old brother likes it. I believe the reason he gave that he liked it was because he liked hot chicks in tight suits.
And just so I don't have to make another post tomorrow, I watched episode 22 of Utena on my computer and then So You Think You Can Dance? (guilty pleasure).
On tv I watched an old rerun of Smallville because while I enjoyed the first couple of seasons it got phased out of my watching schedule last year because of Lost. I was confused as to what was going on though, I thought Lana was with that other dude now but her and Clark seemed still interested in each other. One of these days I'm going to have to go back through last season.
After that I couldn't find anything else so I popped in Disc 1 of Season 1 of the Muppet Show which I highly recommend.
I watched the first hour of SmackDown. Then I sort of flipped between the secon hour of SmackDown and Scrubs, although I was mainly watching Scrubs. Then the Daily Show at 11:00 and later, Conan O'Brien at 12:30.
The answer to WWE's financial problems...
Never 'Wiener of the Day', and is actually quite bitter about it.
Last week, all the talk at work about "Lost" finally got to me. Since I don't have cable, I went out and rented the first of the 7 Season 1 disks. During (I think) Part 2 of the pilot, I said aloud, "They are on a friggin tropical island and the guy just shot a friggin POLAR BEAR!" My wife came in and joined me and we've watched a DVD (4 episodes) every night since. We are 100% hooked. A guy I work with is taping Season 2 for me, and he is my hero.
My answer for this thread won't change until probably Saturday or Sunday.
I've read it twice as an adult, once within recent months and found parts of the book pretty disturbing for adults and kids---one part in particular really stands out. Lowry paints a pretty bleak picture of a future/alternate society.