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David Tennant isn't done yet {AOL TV}

May 26th 2009 9:14PM That's great and all, but Tom Baker is finally doing audio adventures. I'll freak out after Tennant has been out of the role for 25+ years.

It's official: Chuck is saved! {AOL TV}

May 17th 2009 9:36PM Chuck only was renewed for 13 episodes this season, and it was expanded to 22 before it even started airing.

I expect the same this year.

The new Star Trek flick has started a Trekkie civil war {AOL TV}

May 9th 2009 11:32PM What about those of us who just don't want to see yet another Kirk and Spock tale? I have no problems with the plot points in the film, but I'm not going to see it in the theater because it's not the tale that I want to watch.

I'd have rather they jumped 200 years in to the future and start fresh. Tell a new tale in the universe away from the previous canon. Give us new characters.

But I'm one person, and I understand why this film was made.

Adam gets an American Idol wake-up call {AOL TV}

Apr 30th 2009 6:26PM Or...

Adam fans are likely Allison fans, and they all voted for Allison because she was in bigger trouble. They'll switch back to Adam next week.

Renewals for both Big Bang and Two and a Half Men - VIDEO {AOL TV}

Mar 18th 2009 11:08PM And we're still waiting for the inevitable renewal of HIMYM.

Is Jack Bauer still relevant? {AOL TV}

Feb 26th 2009 12:37AM It's a serial. It's a fun thriller. I enjoy it.

Is this post relevant? I think not.

Did 30 Rock go too far with the product placement last night? {AOL TV}

Feb 13th 2009 2:13PM The character had appeared earlier. He was at the roast of the UNR CEO and was the one who talked to him in the bathroom and helped the merger go through.

I hate how people are railing against product placement. It helps raise the budget for the shows. It's a TV tradition since the 50s, and it's become necessary to help raise revenue in the digital age. It was a bit clunky, but it wasn't "out of nowhere".

Days of Our Lives dumps another supercouple {AOL TV}

Feb 4th 2009 7:53PM WHAT?

I'm not even a big Days fan but this is just shocking. Stories like this make me happy that I've switched my Soaps allegiance to EastEnders. AFAIK there's no major budget problems there.

Alas, my DVR won't save me tonight {AOL TV}

Feb 2nd 2009 4:41PM Hulu. BitTorrent... anyone who can't figure out how to watch a show they missed has no sympathy from me anymore.

But yet, too much TV on Monday.

(And don't forget RuPaul's Drag Race.)

Battlestar Galactica: The Oath {AOL TV}

Jan 31st 2009 4:00AM "The kiss she initiated with Apollo didn't come as a total surprise to me either"

It wasn't a surprise BECAUSE A COMMERCIAL SPOILED IT RIGHT BEFORE IT HAPPENED. I am so sick of this. What's the point of trying to stay Spoiler-Free if they're going to pull crap like that?