Thursday, December 18, 2008

Dec. 19-21

Buzz reflected on the year Grey's Anatomy went totally crazy. (BuzzSugar)

This week Team GMMR shared our TV on DVD wish list. What's TV series are on your list? Here's to hoping Santa likes TV as much as the rest of us. (Give Me My Remote)

Every day from now until the end of the year Scooter is unveiling a new Best of 2008 list. And in spirit of the holidays, Scooter is giving away a couple of of iTunes or Amazon gift cards to mark the occasion. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Which EW 2008 Pop Culture moment photo, recreated by the gang at How I Met Your Mother, do you love best? Vance wants you to vote on it! Vance thinks it's a toss up between the Michael Phelps Olympics one and The Jonas Brothers one. Either way, Neil Patrick Harris is hot. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace once again took a look into the future, offering advance reviews of Season Three of HBO's Big Love and the Skins season finale on BBC America. (Televisionary)

Amy Poehler's send-off on Saturday Night Live was bittersweet -- Jesse was sad to see her go, but glad that she left on what could be the best episode of the season thus far! (TiFaux)

Heather and Ben warmed up for the final run of Battlestar Galactica and got quite excited about the new webisodes (TV Spy)

This week, the TV Addict poked fun at NBC's latest attempt to cut costs. (The TV Addict)

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Dec. 12-14

Buzz went looking for opinions about the best underappreciated TV gem of '08. (BuzzSugar)

Sandie shared a special Holiday preview of Supernatural's upcoming January episodes. (Daemon's TV)

In the latest installment of Take 5, GMMR looked back at the top 5 episodes of Veronica Mars. (Give Me My Remote)

Rae takes a look at one of the shows she's been anticipating for months, TNT's new series Leverage. (RTVW Online)

In a year when some of the most inept executives in America got the ax, one man looks to carry the mantel into 2009, and he is scheduling what you watch on your television, well, by his track record you are avoiding them. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance checks out Toronto's cast for the play Dog Sees God which happens to look a lot like Degrassi: The Next Generation (Marco! Craig! Jay! Jane!). (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace was all about looking forward, with advance reviews of Season Two of FX's Damages and the pilot script for ABC's Flash Forward, which could just be the next Lost. (Televisionary)

Holy affluent teen drama! This week Gossip Girl featured a funeral, a wedding and a Blair/Chuck meltdown. (TiFaux)

With the shocking announcement by NBC that Jay Leno will be sticking with the network, put together a list of Winners & Losers (The TV Addict)

Raoul talked to the winners of The Amazing Race. (TV Filter)

Suffering with an almighty pre-Christmas hangover, TV Spy was, to its shame, a blog of few words, as it looked forward to the new series of Flight of the Conchords and Battlestar Galactica. (TV Spy)

Friday, December 5, 2008

Dec. 5-7

Buzz suggested a few possible scenarios for the Gossip Girl spinoff. (BuzzSugar)

Sandie shared an interview with Samuel Baum, creator and executive producer of Fox's upcoming new series, Lie to Me (Daemon's TV)

GMMR shared some news and pics from her recent visit to the set of Privileged. (Give Me My Remote)

The holiday season has arrived and with it a brand new TV Advent Calendar including our favorite advent "treat" this week... How to make a holiday work wheel à la The OC and Seth Cohen's Chrismakkuh Work Wheel. (RTVW Online)

Scooter unveils his upcoming holiday schedule of Best of the Year list and how you can participate in crafting one and win iTunes/Amazon gift cards in the process. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance fell behind in TV blogging November sweeps so did a little blogging cleaning up on over a dozen shows. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took a look back at those five suggestions to improve Fringe that he made in October to see if the writers had addressed any of them since then. (Televisionary)

Our national nightmare came and went. Dan evaluated Rosie's debacle of a variety show. (TiFaux)

Jennifer begged Shonda Rhimes to stop the Izzie madness on Grey's Anatomy. (Tube Talk)

TV Spy got a bit bogged down making the huge Christmas double issue of TV & Satellite Week. But somehow, amid all the madness and mince pies, Ben and Gareth found time to ponder Heroes: The Eclipse Pt2, and reckoned they spotted some definite signs of improvement. Phew! (TV Spy)

This week, the TV Addict got an exclusive update on the status of the VERONICA MARS Movie from Papa Mars himself, Enrico Colantoni. (The TV Addict)

Kate was a little sad to see Stylista's surgically enhanced little fashion urchin get the boot. (TV Filter)

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Nov. 21-23

From Turtle on Entourage to Thirteen on House, Buzz rounded up some of her favorite nicknamed TV characters. (BuzzSugar)

A hodge podge of stuff ranging on how to win an autograph DVD of Chuck Season One, to a promo for 25 Days of Christmas, and where to find cheap TV DVD's for those on your Christmas list you don't want to spend a lot on but you want them to think you spent a lot on them. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance loves Bobby Cannavale but isn't quite sure if he'll make a good Cupid yet after seeing the preview. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an advance look at the Doctor Who: Complete Series Four DVD which came out earlier this week and offered an early look at a potential ABC midseason schedule. (Televisionary)

I'm in ur hospital, sleepin' with ur interns! Dan continued his trend of ridiculing Grey's Anatomy with a new batch of LOLGrey's (TiFaux).

Jennifer returned from maternity leave to chat with Rosie O’Donnell about her new variety show, Nip/Tuck, and The View and received a strike notice from her DVR. (Tube Talk)

This week, the TV Addict revealed why we're not worried about DOLLHOUSE's Friday Night timeslot. (The TV Addict)

Kate kinda hated herself for continuing to watch Stylista. But holy crap was this week's episode compelling! (TV Filter)

Heather had a longish chat with 24: Redemption's Robert Carlyle and, incredibly, managed to avoid once mentioning Hamish Macbeth! (TV Spy)

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Nov. 14-16

From the curmudgeons at House to the sex-crazed residents of Grey's Anatomy, which medical show's staff would you most want treating you? (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie came up with a cool Twilight TV series: The Cullens. (Daemon's TV)

Looking for happy thoughts to hold of the grey and dreary days of winter, Jody came up with a list of her Top 5 Happy TV Moments like Buffy not letting The First keep her down in "Chosen" or the series premiere of Lost. (RTVW)

If it wrong for an old dude to like the new Taylor Swift album Fearless, Scooter doesn't want to run into Chris Hansen anytime soon. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

The set ups are getting a bit obvious but Vance still likes Desperate Housewives, Brothers & Sisters and Degrassi:TNG (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace interviewed Chris Lilley, the creator/writer/star of HBO's new comedy series Summer Heights High, about what it's like to play Jonah Takalua, what's next for him and the characters, and those rumors that he refused to sell the format rights for Summer Heights High. (Televisionary)

The TiFaux gang bid adieu to Total Request Live (and, in a way, their youths) by each giving their top five videos ever. (TiFaux)

This week, used Twitter to snag an interview with UGLY BETTY's David Blue (Cliff St. Paul) [The TV Addict]

Kate talked to Tom and Padma from Top Chef (TV Filter)

Heather got to see a sneaky preview of 24: Redemption. Her verdict? “Jack-tastic”, whatever that means… (TV Spy)

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Nov. 7-9

Buzz rounded up some of her favorite TV production company logos and slogans, like "Bad Robot" and "Sit, Ubu, Sit." (BuzzSugar)

Sandie shared some pictures from her set visit of The Starter Wife. (Daemon's TV)

Rae took an early look at TNT's The Librarian 3: Curse of the Judas Chalice. (RTVW)

Scooter takes a look back at the first season of Raising the Bar, or as he likes to call it, The Zach Morris and His Hair Hour. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance wrote some limerick reviews about Ugly Betty, 30 Rock, The Office, Bones, Grey's Anatomy, Survivor and more, just because he felt like it. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace offered up some tantalizing spoilers as he took an advance look at the next three episodes of NBC's Chuck, including Monday's episode, which he says is the best of the series to date. (Televisionary)

How was your election night? Dan mainly focused on Anderson Cooper, the fancy electronic maps on CNN and those crazy holograms that Wolf Blitzer was talking to. (TiFaux)

This week, the TV Addict interviewed newest TERMINATOR cast member and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA fan favorite Stephanie Jacobsen (The TV Addict)

Kate interviewed Megan, Stylista's villain, and was surprised by how down-to-Earth she was about the whole reality star thing. (TV Filter)

Who would win in a fight between Heroes and Smallville? With apologies to Harry Hill, there’s only one way to find out… It’s the Heroes vs Smallville superheroes trump cards smackdown! [TV Spy]

Friday, October 31, 2008

Oct. 31-Nov. 2

There have been so many Grey's Anatomy hookups and romances over the years, it's hard to keep count. Which is your all-time favorite? (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared an interview with Reggie Austin from The Starter Wife. (Daemon's TV)

Every week Scooter goes over the best of the best like the Best Quote, a free download, one thing you should not miss in the upcoming week, and for the dudes out there, a Gratuitous Token Hot Chick Picture of the Week. You're welcome. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

A longtime friend of Vance's wrote this past week's The Office episode and Vance gives it a totally unbiased review. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace was absolutely gutted by David Tennant's decision to leave Doctor Who at the end of 2009 and came up with some suggestions as to who could succeed Tennant as the Eleventh Doctor. (Televisionary)

On the topic of Gossip Girl, Sara thinks that Chuck's a bore, Nate's a dim bulb and Dan and Serena keep having the same conversations over and over! (TiFaux)

This week, the TV Addict took a brief look at LIFE ON MARS (The TV Addict)

What can be done to save Heroes? TV Spy’s answer to Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross, Ben and Gareth, have the answers! (TV Spy)

Kate loved the second episode of Stylista even more than the first one! (TV Filter)

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Oct. 24-26

How better to gear up for the US presidential election than with a West Wing quiz? (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared an interview with Daniel Gerroll from The Starter Wife (Daemon's TV)

The return of Roy (ok really David Denman) on The Office made GMMR very happy. As did Kristin Chenoweth's gut busting prank on Ellen (Give Me My Remote)

Disappointed by the lack of a good directory of online web series, Rae wants to know what you're web series you're watching. (RTVW)

Ladies and gentlemen, the easiest review ever in the history of the world: Black Ice by AC/DC. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is totally sweet on the Top 16 dancers on So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Plus appearances by Benji Schwimmer and High School Musical director Kenny Ortega! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace once again fell under the spell of Pushing Daisies and its goose down goodness, but wishes that more people were actually tuning in to watch this winsome series before it gets prematurely culled by ABC. (Televisionary)

Not watching Friday Night Lights so far this season? Well, Sara has a bit of a recap for all you stragglers. (TiFaux)

Coming to you all the way from foggy ol’ London town, Ben and Gareth dip their bread soldiers into the hard-boiled Curate’s egg that is Heroes, only, again, to find they are left with more questions than answers. (TV Spy)

The TV Addict took a closer look at Simon Baker and THE MENTALIST (The TV Addict)

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Oct. 17-19

In light of David E. Kelley's new NBC project, Buzz is taking votes for the best Kelley series of all time. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared an interview with Danielle Nicolet from The Starter Wife (Daemon's TV)

GMMR readers chime in on their favorite episodes of The West Wing for our new segment - Take 5 - which takes a look back at our favorite shows of yesteryear. (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia considered some of the most successful TV-to-film transitions. Not on the list: David Caruso. (Pop Vultures)

She might be the only person still watching ER but, after the way she cried her way through the end of this week's episode, Rae had to take moment to say farewell to Abby. (RTVW)

Scooter watches Rock of Love Girls: Charm School so you don't have to. You're welcome. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

It was Canadian Thanksgiving last week and Vance had a lot to be thankful for, including Friday Night Lights, Ugly Betty, Grey's Anatomy, Burn Notice, Greek, The Office, How I Met Your Mother and many more! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an advance look at the first two episodes of 30 Rock's upcoming third season and offered five suggestions on how to improve Fringe. (Televisionary)

Dan found a show you most definitely aren't watching. The internet cooking show Cooking With Dog mixes the art of Japanese cuisine with gimmicky kitsch, resulting in a hypnotically pleasing canine cooking show. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict offered up a closer look at some HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER clues that you may have missed [The TV Addict]

Kate became fascinated with Valentine, because it's pretty much the worst show ever made. (TV Filter)

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Oct. 10-12

Buzz spent some phone time with Lee Pace, whose delightful show you should really all be watching. (BuzzSugar)

Daemon's TV shared an interview with Chris Diamontopoulos from The Starter Wife set visit. (Daemon's TV)

GMMR is not a judgey judge. If Nathan Fillion wants to do porn then I'm going to support his aspirations . Have you seen "PG Porn" yet? (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia graded the new season of Heroes and decided it was thoroughly mediocre. (Pop Vultures)

Just in time for The Starter Wife premiere, Rae shared an interview with David Alan Basche who plays Kenny Kagan on the show. (RTVW)

Scooter chats with Frank Caliendo, the Frank in Frank TV, about Barack Obama, Tina Fey's Sarah Palin, life after George Bush, and of course Charles Barkley. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance was on holidays in LA but still spent some time at The Office (with some pictures to prove it!). (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an in-depth look at Season Two of 30 Rock on DVD and felt much better about the merits of that series than NBC's latest comedy effort, Kath & Kim. (Televisionary)

Aided by the lovely and charming Anne Hathaway, the gang at Saturday Night Live turned in one of the stronger episodes of the season thus far. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict explains why he's done with HEROES (The TV Addict)

Raoul chatted with Anthony and Stephanie from The Amazing Race (TV Filter)

Friday, October 3, 2008

Oct. 3-5

Buzz visited the Pie Hole of Pushing Daisies and found it even more scrumptious in person. (BuzzSugar)

Daemon's TV took part in a Q&A with Amanda Tapping about her new show, Sanctuary. (Daemon's TV)

GMMR is begging & pleading with all of you to please watch PUSHING DAISIES. It's the best show only 6M of you are watching. A newbie? I will personally bring you up to speed. Just call. (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia decided to streamline her viewing schedule and actually watch less TV. No one is more shocked than she is. (Pop Vultures)

Rae's kinda in love with Chuck Bartowski and she doesn't care who knows it. (RTVW)

Is Pushing Daisies continuing its buzz (extremely cheesy pun intended) from last season or falling victim of a sophomore slump, a look at the season premiere. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is currently drooling over the hot Top 20 dancers on So You Think You Can Dance Canada. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an early look at the first three episodes of Season Two of ABC's Pushing Daisies and loved what he saw. He also took an early look at the new pilot for ABC's Life on Mars remake and was less than thrilled once again. (Televisionary)

I can haz McDreamy? Dan finally stopped worrying about thinking of things to say about Grey's Anatomy and launched his first series of LOLGreys. (TiFaux)

This week, the TV Addict wondered why more Browncoats aren't tuning in to Summer Glau on TERMINATOR THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES (the TV Addict)

Kate realized that Battlestar Galactica is her sad lonely spinster Friday night show of choice. Good luck to The Ex Files, though. (TV Filter)

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Sept. 26-28

After one of the more frustrating Emmy experiences in memory, Buzz proposed five ways to fix the show. (BuzzSugar)

Plattie explained exactly why she hates British soaps. (Pop Vultures)

Dipping her toes into the podcasting pool, Rae teamed up with Jason the TVahoilic and Amrie from My Take on TV for the inaugural TV times Three podcast "Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall." (RTVW Online)

Only the boys of The Big Bang Theory could sit through three hours of Heroes and Scooter has thoughts on both season premieres and a few words on How I Met Your Mother. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is disappointed with buzzworthy shows 90210 and Heroes so far but is totally charmed by Privileged. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an advance look at HBO's pond-skipping new comedy Little Britain USA, from the warped minds of David Walliams and Matt Lucas. Yes, you'll be talking about Mr. Doggy come Monday. (Televisionary)

She's easy to hate -- the Tim Gunn disrespect, the constant laughing, the hyperconfidence -- but Marisa can't help but like Kenley on Project Runway. (TiFaux)

Raoul talked to Misha Collins about his role on Supernatural (TV Filter)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

September 19-21

Buzz wondered which TV shows made you feel the most emotionally attached. (BuzzSugar)

Marcia was thrilled to introduce a Pop Vultures spin-off site, The Spelling Bee, which is dedicated to the best of guilty pleasure TV. (Pop Vultures)

After the fourth season finale of Weeds, Rae shares why she's not one of the ones praising it. (RTVW)

Check out the sounds that will be your soundtrack as the leaves fall, hooray Snow Patrol, or possibly make you stick a pencil in your ear, i.e. another Britney Spears comeback. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance makes a few casting suggestions for "Ryan" on Brothers & Sisters and has a slew of promotional and sneak peak photos from the new season. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an advance look at the first three episodes of Season Two of NBC's action comedy Chuck and loved every single second. (Televisionary)

Get it in gear LC, Spencer, Audrina and the rest of you guys on The Hills. At some point you're going to have to admit that you're on television for a living. No one is fooled. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict offers up five easy steps to fix SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (The TV Addict)

Kate watched this week's episode of Gossip Girl with a drink and a candle. (TV Filter)

Thursday, September 11, 2008

September 12-14

What was in the water during 2004-05? Buzz salutes the TV season that brought us Lost, House, and Grey's Anatomy. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie share some news and spoilers from Supernatural's new season. (Daemon's TV)

After listening to the media debate if they were bias or not for a whole week, Scooter has this to tell them: stop making the new and go back to reporting it you morons. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

To celebrate the season (and series) premieres of Gossip Girl and Privileged, we're giving away several copies of the books that started these shows. (RTVW)

Vance is excited that So You Think You Can Dance Canada has finally started AND starts off in his hometown of Toronto where apparently, Canadians really CAN dance! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace interviewed The Office's Amy Ryan and Paul Lieberstein and gave five reasons why he loved the latest episode of Mad Men. (Televisionary)

TiFaux got a slew of new contributors this week! To start off her blogging reign at TiFaux, Marisa did a critical analysis comparing Lost and Fringe, discussing the appearance of crazy animals and mad scientists. (TiFaux)

This week, put forth our theory as to who Kelly Taylor's Baby Daddy is! [The TV Addict]

Raoul got all the dirt on the new season of The Sarah Connor Chronicles straight from Lena Headey and exec producer Josh Friedman (TV Filter)

Thursday, September 4, 2008

September 5-7

Buzz launched a printable night-by-night TV calendar so you can know when your favorites are on. Pretty! (BuzzSugar)

This week, Joshua Jackson and J.J. Abrams talked about their new show Fringe. (Daemon's TV)

With everyone complaining about how terrible the new 90210 is, Marcia made the point that the old one was pretty damn awful when it started, too. (Pop Vultures)

WWE Diva Mickie James makes a guest appearance as a derby girl on this week's Psych and we spent some time chatting with her about the experience. (RTVW)

How can a show like Raising the Bar be bad when it features not one but two Bayside alumni. Now if they can bring back Mr. Belding. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance finally has time to start posting about the Fall TV Preview (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace found that he was less than thrilled with the CW's relaunch of 90210, complete with overplayed songs, one-dimensional characterization, and found it to be much less fun overall than Gossip Girl, The O.C., or Skins. (Televisionary)

TiFaux never got around to watching TNT's premiere of Raising the Bar, but Dan had some very important things to say about Mark-Paul Gosselaar's new shaggy mane. (TiFaux)

Never miss your favorite show this fall! Download and print's Ultimate Fall 2008 Season Premiere Calendar (The TV Addict)

We gave you our take on summer's TV landscape -- and it wasn't pretty. (TV Filter)

Thursday, August 28, 2008

August 29-31

Buzz chatted with 90210's Shenae Grimes about the responsibilities of being "The new Brenda." (BuzzSugar)

Marcia returned from the Edinburgh TV Festival with tales of Heroes and Doctor Who, straight from the showrunners' mouths. Also, new site design! (Pop Vultures)

Rae's spent the summer with her nose buried in a book and it's finally paying off for us with her review of the Burn Notice novel "The Fix." (RTVW Online)

A reason to check out the new season of Greek: chicks in socks. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance loves Gavin & Stacey and insists that you all watch it too so that you too can fall in love. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took an early look at the first three episodes of the new season of Gossip Girl and offered up which new and returning series he'll be watching this fall. (Televisionary)

Before the conventions started and we got all partisan, Sara got all "thinky" and discussed the optimistic nationalism of the Olympics. Never fear, we'll soon return to our guttural reactions on Project Runway. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict had the time of his life at Fox's Fantastic FRINGE series premiere party in New York City (The TV Addict)

Raoul got excited about the possibility of a (re)animated Buffy Summers. (TV Filter)

Thursday, August 21, 2008

August 22-24

Buzz got a great interview out of the young actor Tristan Wilds on moving from The Wire's Baltimore to 90210's, well, 90210. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie took at first look at NBC's new show, My Own Worst Enemy. (Daemon's TV)

My favorite comedy, The Office will be returning in just a few short long weeks. I'm passing the time by watching season 4 on DVD. You can too. GMMR is giving away a copy of Season 4 of The Office on DVD. (Give Me My Remote)

Usain Bolt: the next Flavor Flav and even more thoughts from the Beijing Olympics. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance checks out the new contestants on The Amazing Race (Season 13) and makes gloriously uneducated preconceptions about all the teams. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace reviewed Season One of the adorable, charming, and wickedly funny British comedy Gavin & Stacey, which launches on Tuesday evening on BBC America. (Televisionary)

Is Dan overreacting? He was a bit put-off by the teaser for CBS's The Mentalist which employs some gay stereotypes. (TiFaux)

Raoul gave you his honest take on America's Greatest Dog...and so did Beth Joy. (TV Filter)

Thursday, August 14, 2008

August 15-17

With the news that the Emmys will have actors recite classic TV lines from the past 60 years, Buzz put out a call for your favorite TV quips. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared some news and spoilers about the new season of Smallville. (Daemon's TV)

We wind down the week with some Friday Fun, this time featuring battles between some of our favorite sidekicks. Tell us who you think would win. (RTVW Online)

ESPN and Brett Favre thinks NBC is over covering Michael Phelps and other thoughts from the first weeks of the Olympics as Scooter tries to watch at least half of the 3600 hours. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance asks all you readers to help pick the Song of the Summer for 2008! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took a look at another British import, reviewing the first three episodes of BBC America's new drama Skins, launching this Sunday. (Televisionary)

TiFaux’s coverage of the Olympics included coverage of commercials, hot athletic bodies, the opening ceremonies and, yes, even a few passing mentions of sports! (TiFaux)

This week the TV Addict asked, "Is THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER the Best Worst Show Ever? [The TV Addict]

Kate stayed up way too late and decided that Grey's Anatomy is just like Friends. (TV Filter)

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Aug. 8-10

Buzz tested your knowledge of how much money TV stars make. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie took a first look at Katie Holmes' guest appearance on Eli Stone (Daemon's TV)

As part of a week-long series on TV v. film with TiFaux, Marcia takes a look at some of the ways TV creates more varied characters than film. (Pop Vultures)

Rae steps into the RTVW Confessional and spills about liking good stunt casting, citing such examples as LiLo on Ugly Betty and Katie Holmes on Eli Stone. (RTVW Online)

Paris Hilton, Ludacris and Plastic Man all recently tossed their hats into the political ring. God help us all. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance giddily recaps the finale of So You Think You Can Dance Season 4. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace waxed poetic about the latest Peggy-and-Pete-centric installment of Mad Men, easily the one of the most complex, vibrant, and vivid series on television right now. (Televisionary)

In an exciting first for TiFaux, Dan teamed up with Marcia from Pop Vultures to discuss the merits of TV versus film. In his first entry, Dan talked about how couch potatoes are given a bad reputation as anti-social shut-ins. Which, for the record, he only is when Project Runway is on. (TiFaux)

Jack Bauer would me proud as this week, the TV Addict did the impossible and infiltrated the set of 24. [The TV Addict]

Kate was saddened to realize that pretty much any great woman's life can be turned into a Lifetime Original Movie. (TV Filter)

Aug. 1-3

From Silvio Horta's mouth to her ear, Buzz got some insight into Ugly Betty's third season. (BuzzSugar)

It was all about Comic Con this week on Daemon's TV. (Daemon's TV)

Marcia listed her television blind spots, those TV shows she simply can't be bothered to watch. (Pop Vultures)

Rae was still recovering from Comic Con but she did manage to get her pictures from the Supernatural press room and panel posted. (RTVW Online)

Sure Zooey Deschanel can act, but can she sing? (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance wants Theo Tams to win Canadian Idol (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace recovered from Comic-Con fatigue and reviewed BBC America's latest British television series offering, Primeval, about a group of scientists exploring time-based anomalies and strange creatures. (Televisionary)

Dan will devour any tasty morsel of new programming you give him, so he was delighted to see the preview for the next season of Dexter! (TiFaux)

The TV Addict covered Comic Con so you didn't have to [The TV Addict]

Raoul talked to David (but sadly not Elvis) from America's Greatest Dog (TV Filter)

Thursday, July 24, 2008

July 25-27

Buzz's adventures at the TCA press tour included interviewing Brian Baumgartner, hanging out on the ER set, getting some scoop on Chuck's second season, and much more! (BuzzSugar)

Plattie celebrated the opening of The X-Files movie with a look back at the pilot that started it all. (Pop Vultures)

A new Heroes Webisode hit the intertubes this week but who cares when the same week Wake up Call by Hayden Panettiere, which is the highest of high comedy, also debuted. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance thinks So You Think You Can Dance is totally "A"ces! (Tapeworthy)

Following some of Jay Leno's unfortunate antics at a press event, Dan decided to tell a story to illustrate the importance of bowing out with class. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict has this year's 2008 San Diego Comic Con Covered [The TV Addict]

Raoul tried - and failed - to get into Generation Kill (TV Filter)

Thursday, July 17, 2008

July 18-20

With the Emmy nominations out, Buzz (not surprisingly) had a few rants and raves. (BuzzSugar)

GMMR's summer obsession, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, just went from the Top 10 dancers to the Top 8, but not without a little scandal and drama. Listen to what GMMR & Ducky have to say about it in the latest TV Talk Podcast: SYTYCD Edition. (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia celebrated the return of Project Runway with a thorough look at the first episode -- adult diapers, Oompa Loompas and all. (Pop Vultures)

Infatuation is the only word to describe Rae's feelings about Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and is trying to decide whether she likes Act I or II better while eagerly awaiting the third. (RTVW)

All Scooter could think about after watching the season premiere of The Closer was, "Who doesn't do there business in the shower?" (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

With the Emmy nominations finally out, Vance got his butt in gear and put out his Best of TV for the 2007-2008 TV Season. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace reviewed the laughably bad BBC drama series Bonekickers, from the typically brilliant creators of Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes, and was shocked and horrified by just how truly awful it was. (Televisionary)

Watch Design Star? Well, Dan wrote a little letter to his favorite contestant -- the bald, bearded Colorado native Matt Locke. (TiFaux)

It's TCA Madness on, featuring interviews with Wentworth Miller, Joss Whedon, Sarah Wayne Callies and more! [The TV Addict]

Thursday, July 10, 2008

July 11-13

Buzz was pretty delighted by her first glimpse of NBC's Kath and Kim. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared her visit on the set of The Closer. (Daemon's TV)

Getting ready for Burn Notice's second season, Rae shares her talk with Props Master Charlie Guanci, Jr. (RTVW)

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, kids of all ages, Scooter McGavin proudly presents to you possibly the greatest television show of all time: I Love Money. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is looking forward to getting burnt all summer with a new season of Burn Notice! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace gave a rare second chance to HBO's upcoming vampire drama True Blood (from Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball), taking a look at the pilot installment's revised version and the series' second episode, kicking off this September. But did he change his tune about the series this time around? (Televisionary)

In his quest to find something -- anything -- to watch on TV, he uncovered an internet music series based out of France. And, believe you me, the clip he found by Menomena is probably the cutest thing he has seen all year. Honest. (TiFaux)

The TV Addict has the scoop on Grace Park's first post - BATTLESTAR GALACTICA project [the TV Addict]

Petrozza from Hell's Kitchen badmouthed Matt and Jen and we kinda loved him for it. (TV Filter)

Friday, July 4, 2008

July 4-6

With the Emmy nomination shortlists out for the comedy and drama series categories, Buzz wondered which five shows would make your ballot. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie shared her interview with Kyra Sedgwick from TNT's The Closer. (Daemon's TV)

In this week's TV Talk podcast we talk about our recent turnaround on Swingtown, what BSG's Tricia Helfer is up to, a preview of our upcoming trip to Comic Con and our first impressions of the upcoming Fringe. (Give Me My Remote)

Plattie reviewed the BBC's search for the nation's top disabled model. No, really. Britain's Missing Top Model is an actual show. We're not making this up. (Pop Vultures)

While meeting Dulé Hill last week, Rae learned a little of what to expect for the upcoming third season of Psych and which of Gus' nicknames is actually the given name of one of Dulé's aunts. (RTVW)

A little bit of everything on the 9th Green, from video recaps of the previous seasons of The Closer and Saving Grace, premiere dates for Stargate Atlantis and Scare Tactics, to a list of the thirteen up and coming stars most likely to get you a visit with Chris Hansen. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance celebrated Canada Day with a shout out to all our favourite Canadians on our favourite TV shows. (Tapeworthy)

Jace returned from his honeymoon to review the disappointing botched pilot for FOX's supernatural drama The Oaks, which he had been looking forward to after reading the script last summer. (Televisionary)

While he's always happy to host giveaways on TiFaux, Dan had an ugly flashback to his history as an awkward teen as he introduced a new contest for an X-Files compilation DVD. Click the link to enter! (TiFaux)

M*A*S*H’s Alan Alda (Hawykeye) and Wayne Rogers (Trapper) reunited for an interview, and Jennifer was excited to share the video of the event. Among some of the topics covered, was the fact that M*A*S*H and The West Wing, were both recently chosen as two of the top ten smartest TV shows of all time by the chair of MENSA. (Tube Talk.)

In place of genuine TV scoop, the TV Addict stalks TORCHWOOD star John Barrowman (the TV Addict)

Thursday, June 26, 2008

June 27-29

If thinking The Secret Life of the American Teenager could be cheesily addictive is wrong, Buzz doesn't want to be right. (BuzzSugar)

GMMR has been podcast crazy this past week. Two, count 'em, two podcasts! In addition to the usual GMMR/Ducky So You Think You Can Dance podcast (here), we devoted a separate TV Talk Podcast to what shows are taking over our TV this summer. (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia decided to spend the summer hiatus watching old episodes of Buffy and wondered if the show improves with repeat viewings. (Pop Vultures)

From Miami to Vancouver, this week Rae was on the set of Psych and she's only to happy to share what happened. (RTVW)

Viva la Vida or was Coldplay able to make an album this time around that doesn't sound like a Coldplay cover band? (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

School's out and Vance celebrates the end of an era now that Emma, daughter of Spike (from the original Degrassi) has now graduated from Degrassi High on Degrassi: The Next Generation. (Though The N will show those episodes this summer) (Tapeworthy)

Remember that episode about the helpless dude who delivered the baby in the elevator? Oh yeah, that was every series ever. By that token, Dan decided to coin the term "elevator baby" and cement his role in pop culture history. (TiFaux)

Tube Talk shared some scoop on the new season of Psych, after an interview with show stars James Roday and Dulé Hill, fondly remembered shows that were canceled too early, and asked for help in naming Tube Talk Girl’s future baby boy. (Tube Talk)

This week we finally spotted someone who has a Nerdier license plate than the TV Addicts and released what critics, and by critics I mean listeners are saying was our funniest to date! [The TV Addict]

Kate is disappointed enough with this season of My Boys that she drafted an open letter to the show's writers. (TV Filter)

Friday, June 20, 2008

June 20-22

It may be the Summer hiatus, but Buzz still has a few questions for Grey's Anatomy. (BuzzSugar)

If you know the significance of the 'bench dance', understand the genius of Mia Michaels, and secretly want to be on the Hot Tamale Train then you should check out GMMR & Ducky's So You Think You Can Dance podcast. (Give Me My Remote)

Marcia found herself thoroughly underwhelmed by The Middleman. (Pop Vultures)

On the set of Burn Notice, Rae discovers that Jeffrey Donovan's just as cool as his alter-ego Michael Westen. (RTVW)

Low production value, cheesy stories and 30 points for yet another "sassy" female lead, but The Middleman is actually entertaining. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance video recaps The Tony Awards since apparently, no one watched it on TV. By the way, go see In The Heights, Passing Strange and Xanadu (for real!)! All fantastic! Take a look at the clips for proof! (Tapeworthy)

Dan didn't see the mid-season finale of Battlestar Galactica coming -- that's for dang sure. This week, he mulled the twist ending as well as the concept of merging our world with Battlestar's. (TiFaux)

Jennifer thinks the Oscars and Emmys should take a cue from the TV Land Awards. You haven’t lived until you’ve seen Horshack from Welcome Back Kotter, Nellie Oleson from Little House on the Prairie, and Doc from The Love Boat dressed in their trademark costumes flying through the air, or the paparazzi catching a panty-free crotch shot of Mama from Mama’s Family. Add in the cast of The Office, Wilhelmina Slater, Justin Timberlake and a Lionel Richie concert, and the TV Land Awards were just about perfect. (Tube Talk)

This week, the TV Addict posted his theory on the highly anticipated spin-off of THE OFFICE and visited the set of BURN NOTICE (the TV Addict)

Raoul talked to loudmouth Jen from Hell's Kitchen. (TV Filter)

Friday, June 13, 2008

June 13-15

Katherine Heigl made waves with her statement about Grey's Anatomy while pulling out of the Emmy race this week, but Buzz wondered if perhaps she had a point. (BuzzSugar)

We finally found out just who PJ's mystery date was on the premiere of My Boys. Did she bring along the right guy? If you're a fan of MY BOYS and in the Boston area, join GMMR & Jamie Kaler (Mike) next week for a My Boys party here in Beantown and watch the second episode with fellow fans. (Give Me My Remote)

In preparation for Monday's return of everyone's favorite pot-dealing suburban mom, Pop Vultures is giving away season 3 of Weeds. (Pop Vultures)

Still reeling from her great day on the set of Burn Notice, Rae's got a recap of what happened as well as some visual aids. (RTVW)

Midgets, Token Hot Chicks, and Nerds galore, must be time to hand out the fourth annual Scooter Television Awards. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Woohoo! It's the Top 20 Dance-Off on So You Think You Can Dance! Vance is super excited and the high level of endorphins from the excitement is probably causing him to love all the dancers so far! (Tapeworthy)

TiFaux was a regular Bloggers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes this week as we gave away all sorts of stuff. But you can still enter to win things like Jackie from Work Out's DVD by e-mailing us. Click the link and enter! (TiFaux)

The casting department at Brothers and Sisters can stop looking for Ryan Walker. Jennifer has found the perfect guy. She also mourned the loss of Men in Trees and celebrated that the Smurfs are coming to the big screen! (Tube Talk)

The TV Addict answers all your TV related questions in his new weekly column 'ASK THE ADDICT' (The TV Addict)

Raoul talked to Bobby from Hell's Kitchen about Gordon Ramsay, Tourette's Syndrome, and what's next for him. (TV Filter)

Thursday, June 5, 2008

June 6-8

To kick off Summer TV, Buzz listed her top 10 reasons to keep your TV on during the hotter months. (BuzzSugar)

Rae's in Miami visiting the set of Burn Notice but she's still got time to tease us with a few tidbits from the dinner with showrunner and creator Matt Nix. (RTVW)

Scooter counts down the top ten shows of this past season and surprisingly no VH1 programs made the list this year. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance has always loved the Midwest (People are seriously SO nice AND good looking there!) so no wonder he loved the most dancers at the auditions in Milwaukee for So You Think You Can Dance. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace couldn't have been more angry than upon seeing sourpuss Lisa advance her way into the final round on Top Chef. Grr. (Televisionary)

Apparently the ratings for The Mole were in the crapper for the season premiere. However, Dan still thinks it's a reasonably good reality show that is worth sticking with. (TiFaux)

Smallville fans are still mourning the loss of Michael Rosenbaum's departure for next season, but the news that the Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) has signed on as a regular cast member is softening the blow for Jennifer. I mean, have you seen him in the green leather?! (Tube Talk)

We started our desperate attempt to fill the summer with 'interesting content' by posting the first of what will no doubt be many look backs at the 2007-08 television season. [the TV Addict]

Kate talked to the cast of How I Met Your Mother about life, love and just who is the mother? (TV Filter)

Thursday, May 29, 2008

May 30-June 1

According to one poll, Hugh Laurie and Pushing Daisies' Anna Friel are the Brits with the best American accents on TV. BuzzSugar wants to know who else does a good American accent. (BuzzSugar)

Marcia and Fergus liveblogged Eurovision, the only music contest to feature Olympic ice skaters, knitting brides and pirates. Take that, American Idol. (Pop Vultures)

Who's the most overrated couple on television today? Meredith/Derek or Henry/Betty? You tell us. (RTVW Online)

Scooter takes a look back at the fourth season of Lost and concludes it was better than the last two. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

LOST. SO. AMAZING! (Vance is still gasping for air) (Tapeworthy)

The highlight of Jace's week? The jaw-dropping and brilliant season ender of Lost. The low point? Watching the pilot for the brutally awful US adaptation of Spaced. (Televisionary)

The same-sex escapades continued on Work Out and our resident lesbians answered viewer questions about Jackie Warner's taskmaster tendencies as well as the shameless hot tub scenes with Renessa and Greg. (TiFaux)

Ashley picked her jaw off the floor long enough to reflect on the Lost finale and the season-ending shocker. (Tube Talk)

The TV Addict offered up some summer viewing alternatives to help you get through the dark days of rerun/reality TV hell. [The TV Addict]

Kate picked the top five summer shows she's looking forward to this summer - and Wipeout wasn't one of them, thank you very much. (TV Filter)

Friday, May 23, 2008

May 24-26

Between Girlfriends, Jericho, Aliens in America and many others, there are plenty of newly canceled shows to mourn. Buzz wants to know: Which one bums you out the most? (BuzzSugar)

This week, Eric wondered how much you would pay to watch your favorite TV show. (Daemon's TV)

Mikey's infatuation with the fourth season of Desperate Housewives lasted until the final two minutes, which he worries might force the series back into a creative coma. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia picked the five new shows that you absolutely, positively can afford to miss. (Pop Vultures)

Examining what makes her stick with Heroes despite it's let-down of a second season but drop Brothers & Sisters over a disappointing storyline, Jody wonders what kind of fan you are: fickle or faithful? (RTVW Online)

Scooter takes a look back to see which of CBS's comedies had a better year, How I Met Your Mother or The Big Bang Theory, hint: it was the one without Britany Spears. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance thought Grey's Anatomy's season finale was rock solid! ABC is doing pretty well with the 2 hour finales so far, no? Desperate Housewives was great, can't wait for Lost now!(Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace put on his Pilot Inspektor cap and reviewed the pilot episodes for several new series, including FOX's new J.J. Abrams drama Fringe ("spellbinding television"), ABC's misguided US adaptation of UK series Life on Mars, and HBO's True Blood. (Televisionary)

Lost's flash-forward, Desperate Housewives' leap in time, Battlestar Galactica's skip to New Caprica -- it seems like more and more shows are shaking up their formats. Dan evaluates the new trend. (TiFaux)

Jennifer vented her anger about the shocking Bones finale, and for those of you who missed it, check out her exclusive interview with One Tree Hill’s James Lafferty. (Tube Talk)

Take a trip down memory lane with's tribute to TV shows that are no longer with us. Yes Moonlight & Men in Trees fans, we're talking to you. (the TV Addict)

Raoul talked with perfect 10 Whitney from America's Next Top Model. (TV Filter)

Friday, May 16, 2008

May 16-18

BuzzSugar got the awesome opportunity to chat with the adorable Bret Harrison (a.k.a. Sam the bounty hunter for the Devil) about the future of Reaper. (BuzzSugar)

Mikey is generally pleased (if slightly underwhelmed) with this year's network upfront presentations. As for the social skills of the So You Think You Can Dance dancers, he's just kind of horrified. (Mikey Likes TV)

Thanks to CBS, Moonlight's dead. But what will we do without our weekly Jason Dohring fix? Come share your ideas on where he should be cast next. (RTVW)

Talk of long division and twin side beds? Either Scooter has been watching too much of The Big Bang Theory or Death Cab for Cutie has a new album out. Well, most likely both. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

This week, the TV Addict spent some time in New York professionally reporting on the TV Network UpFronts. Oh who are we kidding... we met 90210's Kelly Taylor! OMFG! (the TV Addict)

If only Kevin and Scotty waited one more week, they could have had a real marriage instead of just a big ol' gay commitment ceremony out there in California! Either way, it was extremely sweet and wrapped up an uneven season of Brothers & Sisters on a high note, well, at least until the whole not-incest thing between Rebecca and Justin. (Tapeworthy)

While Jace attended the upfronts this week and broke down the networks' scheduling decisions, he was more captivating with pondering just who the Final Cylon is on Battlestar Galactica and offered up his theory on who the last sleeper agent might be. (Televisionary)

Dan didn't (still hasn't, actually) get a chance to see this week's Top Chef, but you can get a chance to create your own episode through this Top Chef Mad Lib. (TiFaux)

Raoul chatted with Survivor winner Parvati. (TV Filter)

Thursday, May 8, 2008

May 9-11

With her mind fully blown by a Wire actor joining the 90210 spinoff, Buzz asks which actors you'll always associate with particular characters. (BuzzSugar)

Amie shared her thoughts on MTV's The Hills' latest episode "No Place Like Home." (Daemon's TV)

Marcia worried about starlet stunt-casting on How I Met Your Mother and Ugly Betty. (Pop Vultures)

Facial Hair or Facial Scare: What do you think of this growing trend and which TV star who wears his facial hair best? (RTVW)

Come see why Scooter will be saying "What up Mustafa?" ad nausea for the next couple months. And if that doesn't wet your appetite, it has to do with something on PBS not named Bob Ross. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

"Fame, I'dols going to live forever, I'dols going to learn how to fly, high!". Vance notes how this weeks American Idol fit into the lyrics of "Fame" eerily well. (Tapeworthy)

While once again obsessed with Lost, Jace remembered why he loves Battlestar Galactica so frakking much. (Televisionary)

Once again, TiFaux's kinky side reared its ugly head as Dan discussed which TV star tattoos were the hottest. Vote on who you think is the hottest! (TiFaux)

Tube Talk vents its frustration at ABC for cancelling Men in Trees. (Tube Talk)

With the rumblings in the press that SMALLVILLE'S Allison Mack is getting ready to jump ship, this TV Addict thought he'd offer up a word of caution. (the TV Addict)

Kate broke down who will be in and who will be out when Project Runway makes its move to Lifetime. (TV Filter)

Thursday, May 1, 2008

May 2-4

With the Sex and the City movie looming, Buzz proposed a dozen essential episodes of the series to watch before May 30. (BuzzSugar)

With the start of season 2 of Robin Hood on BBC America, Sandie shared her interview with Richard Armitage, who plays Guy of Gisbourne. (Daemon's TV)

Marcia created a Lost drinking game, ensuring that she'll never again be sober on Thursday nights. (Pop Vultures)

Want to know what you will be listening at the beach or on your road trip this summer? Scooter runs down twenty-five albums that will be released over the next four months. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

With apologies to Supernatural, Scrubs and My Name Is Earl, Vance is supa dupa excited from the amazing Thursday onslaught of Ugly Betty, Grey's Anatomy, 30 Rock, Lost, The Office and Survivor. (Tapeworthy)

This week, while Jace thrilled over Doctor Who and his casting scoop (Catherine O'Hara signs on for Rob Thomas' new drama pilot Good Behavior), he once again found himself enthralled by the latest episode of Lost. (Televisionary)

In the wake of a prominent death on Battlestar Galactica, Dan got all Mr. Wizard on us and did some hasty internet research on what would actually happen to you if you got sucked out of the airlock and into outer space. It ain't pretty. (TiFaux)

Jennifer was outraged to hear of the impending cancellation of Aliens in America and launched into a red-faced rant about the current state of television. (Tube Talk)

Raoul talked to the rather fascinating Lauren of America's Next Top Model (TV Filter)

Thursday, April 24, 2008

April 25-27

Buzz played agent to Lauren Graham and asked what her next career move should be. (BuzzSugar)

Sandie shared pictures from the set of Moonlight. (Daemon's TV)

Marcia liveblogged the UK's BAFTA Television Awards, in which shows most Americans have never heard of took home the big prizes. (Pop Vultures)

Rae listened in on a teleconference with Jason Dohring about the return of Moonlight and shares her favorite bits. (RTVW)

You soon won't forget Sarah Marshall. Yep, Scooter can write uber-cheesy headlines with the best of them. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

This week, the TV Addict set the internet ablaze with his review of the highly anticipated BATTLESTAR GALACTICA prequel CAPRICA [the TV Addict]

How I Met Your Mother introduces everyone to Vance's Canada! Welcome, eh! (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace dished about the Torchwood season finale but he was really all about the shape of things to come on Lost. (Televisionary)

TiFaux launched a new regular feature this week with Dan recruiting some of his gal pals for Ask a Lesbian About This Week's Work Out. This week, they addressed Jackie's new haircut and Rebecca's shouting for attention. (TiFaux)

Jennifer was downright giddy after Robin and Barney's kiss on How I Met Your Mother and couldn't resist gushing about the Robin Sparkles-centered episode guest starring James Van Der Beek. And she can't stop singing, "I'm building sandcastles in the sand." (Tube Talk)

Kate scoured casting notices until she was able to confirm that yes, there really will be a Wedding of the Year on Gossip Girl (TV Filter)

Thursday, April 17, 2008

April 18-20

Buzz combed through photos to speculate about upcoming storylines on Grey's Anatomy, Gossip Girl, Ugly Betty, and more. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie posted the first part from our Alex O'Loughlin interview during our Moonlight set visit. (Daemon's TV)

Reality TV certainly was in rare form this week, and even the last hurrah of Rob & Big couldn’t compare to the utter lunacy of Vh1’s ¡Viva Hollywood!. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia faced a post-strike TV slump and wondered if there is such a thing as "viewer's block." (Pop Vultures)

Forever a fairy tale kind of girl, Rae was only too happy to take an early look at ABC Family's modern fairy tale, Princess, and share what Kip Pardue and Nora Zehetner to say about filming the movie. (RTVW)

Take Scooter McGavin's Television Trivia Quiz for a chance to win, well, there are no actual prizes. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

You're allowed to fall in love with Burn Notice now that USA Network is re-running an encore of the First Season in anticipation of Season 2, but Jeffrey Donovan/Michael Weston will forever be Vance's, so back off! (Tapeworthy)

Holy Joss Whedon! This week, Jace had everyone buzzing with his review of the "brilliant" and "gripping" pilot script for Joss Whedon's new FOX drama Dollhouse. (Televisionary)

Maggie willingly relived the trauma of high school by exposing herself to MTV's new reality show The Paper, which is set in a real-life high school. (TiFaux)

Tube Talk got to take part in an interview with Bones star David Boreanaz that turned tense when another reporter called Bones a bubble show. (Tube Talk)

Show ABC that you care about quality scripted television and that not all of their shows have to include dancing, a bachelor or a nanny! Pledge your support for Eli Stone. [the TV Addict]

In honor of Tax Day, Raoul paid tribute to TV's greatest accountants. (TV Filter)

Friday, April 11, 2008

April 11-13

Buzz reminisced about the greatest game shows of the late '80s and early '90s — anyone remember I'm Telling? (Buzz Sugar)

This week Sandie teases us about her visit of the set of Moonlight with a picture of Alex O'Loughlin and of Jason Dohring, as well as a clip from Alex O'Loughlin's interview. There will be more to come soon! (Daemon's TV)

Getting excited about the return of Doctor Who? Anna celebrates by remembering what made the third season so great. (Pop Vultures)

Bored now? Kill a few minutes of your day fantasizing about your own TV network. (RTVW)

Carrie Underwood singing George Michael? Sure, why not, it's for charity. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance outlines some better alternatives to popular (but bland) shows. Watch Everybody Hates Chris instead of According to Jim. Watch Bones instead of NCIS/CSI:Pick you city/Numb3rs. It's for your own good. (Tapeworthy)

While Jace was thrilled for the return of 30 Rock and The Office this week, he caught up on reading pilot scripts, including ABC's Good Behavior, from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas. (Televisionary)

What in the world? Dan writes a letter to God wondering why Project Runway is making the switch from gay wonderland Bravo to housewife haven Lifetime. (TiFaux)

Ashley evaluated TV's best villains and you may be surprised who made the list. (Tube Talk.)

The TV Addict uncovers ABC's top-secret programming strategy for MEN IN TREES [The TV Addict]

Raoul talks to Sharon, a.k.a. Barbie, from "Hell's Kitchen" (TV Filter)

Thursday, April 3, 2008

April 4-6

Thought last week's pilot quiz was too easy? Buzz threw down the gauntlet again this week with Spot the Fake Pilot: Reality Edition. (BuzzSugar)

Even though he wouldn't spill the identity of the final Cylon, the TV Addict highly recommends you check out our interview with BATTLESTAR GALACTICA's Jamie Bamber [The TV Addict]

This week we took a look at some pictures from the new post-strike episode of Moonlight. (Daemon's TV)

Mikey finally got around to discussing the racy development in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic continuation. (Mikey Likes TV)

Pacey and Joey sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G! Find out the other four TV couples that make Rae weak in the knees. (RTVW)

Scooter did not have a chance to watch the new season of Battlestar Galactica, but his sourses tell him it was frakking good. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance thinks he might just move to Alaska if everything in life there is really as wonderfully dreamy as it is on Men In Trees (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace interviewed Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff (and watched the new season), sent an open letter to Hell's Kitchen overlord Gordon Ramsay, and--in light of new Dollhouse casting--wondered just what ever happened to Joss Whedon's Buffy spin-off Ripper. (Televisionary)

Nerd alert! Dan surveyed TV nerds from My So-Called Life's Brian Krakow to 30 Rock's Tina Fey to see who's a nerd and who is actually cooler than you are. (TiFaux)

After watching this week’s How I Met Your Mother, Jennifer explored the “Ted Mosby Is a Jerk” Web site, rallied for a Robin/Barney romance and got nostalgic for Doogie Howser, M.D. (Tube Talk)

Raoul interviewed Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica. (TV Filter)