30 Rock gets renewed for the 2007-08 television season. I’m incredibly relieved that for once a show I love dearly is not cut down in its prime.
Every episode of He-Man consisted of the two parties battling one another, with their skirmishes having little or no effect on the outside world. This was true of many of those Ã¢â‚¬Ëœ80s, action figure-centric, A vs. B cartoon shows: G.I. Joe vs. Cobra, Justice League vs. Legion of Doom, Autobots vs. Decepticons, etc. But most were at least set on Earth, so you could easily identify the bad guys — they were the ones trying to blow up Mount Rushmore.
The amount of television I’ve been watching over the last week or so is substantial. It’s more than a crapload; I’d describe it as a “royal” crapload, or perhaps even a “crap megaton.” Furthermore, I’ve managed to watch this crapload of programming without ever glancing at live TV: everything I’ve watched has been TiVo’d, purchased …
Freaks & Geeks Marathon »
When: Saturday, June 04 2005
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown
Oh, God. I probably won’t go, because I have nobody to go with (and it’s eighteen hours straight of episodes I’ve already seen three times over), but this is the ultimate dork-o-thon. But this is why I love Austin: cool shit like this happens all …