Go ahead and treat yo self to Parks and Recreation on DVD. It's what Tom and Donna would do.
Finally, something the whole world can agree on: dead bodies and crime scenes.
So many new DVD sets! So little time/space! Barring our sudden ability to manipulate time and space, we're gonna do these rapid-fire style. Do not feel slighted, little DVD sets -- you are all important. To somebody.
All they want to do is eat your brains. They're not unreasonable, no one's gonna eat your eyes.
It's a damn shame, people throwing away a perfectly good robot show like that.
In keeping with the New Year's spirit, it's out with the old, in with the new at HBO.
It certainly could get better, as I've only watched last night's pilot episode so far, and pilots generally mean very little, but man, that was so disappointing. I wanted to love it so much, based on the cast alone -- Jason Schwartzman, Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson -- and I even like the author the show is loosely based on, Jonathan Ames, perfectly fine. But this pilot was awful.
There's going to be a new Three's Company on ABC, and it's all Arianna Huffington's fault. I am in no mood.
OK, before I thought of that title I was super-psyched about my favorite comedian, Zach Galifianakis, joining the HBO pilot Bored to Death, but now I just can't get over how hilarious the idea of his "Pretentious Illiterate" character playing the part of a "struggling comic book artist" would be. Sadly, that's not the case, but I'll take Zach any way I can get him (I even watched Tru Calling for him. Tru Calling! Zach himself didn't even watch that show!).
Jason Schwartzman has been cast as the lead in HBO's pilot Bored to Death, as a shaggy-haired Brooklynite with a drinking problem and a penchant for pulp crime novels. The news story didn't mention whether or not his character would have a giant Devendra Banhart beard, prominently displayed Nitzer Ebb records and the Criterion edition of Le Cercle Rouge in his apartment in addition to an addiction to PBR, but I think it's safe to assume he will.