My weekly TV column is up at Torontoist.
Also, that Married… With Children is 25 years old today makes me feel very old indeed.
I’m pretty sure Eureka’s final season is 14 episodes, not 6. It might be split up though.
Oh, and Russell Tovey left Being Human in the first episode of Seaspn 4, not the finale. It was incredibly rushed and didn’t work at all.
It pisses me off greatly that I cannot find anywhere that will rent ‘The Thick of It’. Netflix, of course, has a selection that is mediocre at best, and my local video rental stores do not have it in stock. I want to see the show because I saw ‘In The Loop’ and loved it, but I don’t want to buy it unless I’m likely to rewatch it several times.
Sorry, I just needed to vent.
If you’re in the US, apparently BBCA will be showing some of TToI during the summer. Almost certainly censored to hell though.
I kind of want to hate Girls, since a lot of internet magazine type sites are making a desperate grab for it to become important enought so they don’t have to pretend they like Game of Thrones anymore.
But it’s pretty funny.
Series 4 of Being Human didn’t end up sucking as bad as it looked like it was going to in the first couple of episodes. This is not an endorsement at all, mind you, but I’m happy enough I stuck it out all the way through.
I have a great idea for a reality show. It’s called “I Just Want Some Pants,” and it’s about men in their thirties, of average build, who have a little too much trouble finding anyplace which stocks jeans in their size which aren’t too skinny, too baggy, or “pre-distressed”.
You know, I don’t watch Big Brother. But I would totally tune in every week for a supernatural version of Big Brother.
Being Human really isn’t it – it’s a really good soap opera, but it’s missing the trashy voyeuristic elements that make reality TV what it is.
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