January 27, 2006
That's all I have time for. Miss it and it's your own loss.
January 22, 2006
Hey, when you're Hollywood and your political heroes disappoint you, you can always write a better story. Which is what happened seven seasons ago. In the wake of Bill Clinton's disgraceful second term, Liberal writers decided to huddle together and create for the viewing audience a vision of what the Clinton Presidency could have been.
It started off as a pretty popular show, but Americans eventually got tired of "The West Wing" and its ratings tanked. Now, NBC will be cutting this once-Emmy winning series from the line-up. Often referred to by Conservatives as "The Left Wing", the writers found they couldn't create Republican characters that weren't blatant stereotypes so they would often invite real-live Republicans in as consultants. Sometimes it worked. Most times it didn't.
The show apparently jumped the shark a while ago but you know that a series is on life support when it resorts to putting Janeane Garofalo in as a guest star.
January 18, 2006
Now that we've hit the mid-point, I thought I'd revist that post and grade them. Click "more" to read. more...
January 13, 2006
Will Starbuck have the...ahem...cojones to blast Admiral Cain in the head? Personally, I think someone else will, first. And that person serves aboard the Pegasus.
January 06, 2006
As Mr. Spock would say, "Fascinating".
Note: I'm angry at myself because when I stumbled upon it I had bookmarked it for reading later and forgot to note the referring source. If it's you, please leave a comment and I'll be sure to credit you! Apologies in advance.
It's Galactica v. Pegasus - when Battlestars collide! And Number Six. Hmmmm...Hot Cylons.
UPDATE: By special request, one for the ladies: Lee "Apollo" Adama (played by Brit actor Jamie Bamber)
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