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Tube Bits For 7/23/2007

  • Jack Coleman gives some insight into HRG’s character for season 2 of Heroes. Apparently he will still be a manipulative bastard who needs to carry a gun.
  • Heroes took home the Television Critics Association Award for ‘Program Of The Year’. I guess the season ender didn’t cause too much heartburn. The Discovery Channel also won two awards for their excellent Planet Earth series.
  • The Baltimore Sun discusses some of the upcoming new genre shows on TV. Is it me or are dead people making a come back this season? These shows can’t all be good can they?
  • Eclectic Commons wonders what would happen if Wonder Woman joined the WWE. The results aren’t pretty.
  • The Sci Fi Channel is developing a Running Man style reality TV show. Sadly, no Richard Dawson and no real weaponry. Sci Fi should just go all out and borrow the reality TV idea from Brasyl where pimped-out cars are left around to be jacked, and the thieves get to keep the car if they can avoid the police. Sweet.
  • The Seattle Post Intelligencer discusses the apparent snub of LOST, which did not receive a nomination for Outstanding Drama, despite having several other nominations for writing and acting. I think the ‘pod’ theory espoused is correct: the first 9 episodes were ok, Niki and Paolo were annoying, but the last few episodes rocked like few have rocked before. I’m waiting patiently for the next season.
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2 Comments on Tube Bits For 7/23/2007

  1. joshua corning // July 23, 2007 at 7:12 pm //

    Niki and Paolo were annoying

    What was annoying? Their shallow whining…or the fact the writers killed em off in a horrific fashion?

    Anyway that months long hiatus they had mid-season annoyed the crap out of me….but if that is what it takes then that is what it takes.

  2. thank you for your reference to my post on what would happen if Wonder Woman Joined the WWE. I was inspired by the Twilight Zone which expanded the boundaries of my imagination and took me on a journey that went into other dimensions of thought and reality, while I was hopelessly flipping the Tv channels trying to find something interesting to watch. 🙂

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