Monday, May 17, 2004

THE BOX - Give me HBO or give me death!

NBC has unveiled it's fall line-up. With very little left on The Box that I actually watch (RIP Buffy, Wonderfalls, Angel, Friends, The Practice, and please hold on tight Arrested Development!) NBC isn't doing much to get me to tune in this September. Curb your Ethusiam and Arrested Development (HBO & Fox) are the only shows left with any real laughs and are strikingly original to humor. So all you comedy junkies, tune in these goods and let the Big 3 go!

(SIDENOTE: Since my paycheck relies on Fox... I would like to say that Fox is great, Fox is wonderful, It is the best ever network. I hold no hard feeling about the cancelling of Wonderfalls even though Tru Calling was given a whole season. Go Fox!)


Back to NBC... so, Yawn... could this line up BE more boring:

MONDAY: 8 p.m., "Fear Factor"; 9 p.m., "Las Vegas"; 10 p.m., new drama "LAX"

TUESDAY: 8 p.m., "Average Joe" (with "The Contender" in midseason); 9 p.m., new CGI-animated comedy "Father of the Pride"; 9:30 p.m., "Scrubs"; 10 p.m., "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"

WEDNESDAY: 8 p.m., new drama "Hawaii"; 9 p.m., "The West Wing" (with "Revelations" in midseason); 10 p.m., "Law & Order"

THURSDAY: 8 p.m., new comedy "Joey"; 8:30 p.m., "Will & Grace"; 9 p.m., "The Apprentice 2"; 10 p.m., "ER"

FRIDAY: 8 p.m., "Dateline NBC"; 9 p.m., "Third Watch" (new time); 10 p.m., new drama "Medical Investigation"

SATURDAY: 8 p.m., "Apprentice 2" repeats; 9 p.m., "NBC Saturday Night Movie"

SUNDAY: 7 p.m., "Dateline NBC"; 8 p.m., "American Dreams"; 9 p.m., "Law & Order: Criminal Intent"; 10 p.m., "Crossing Jordan"

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