and this:

all you people out there had better start watching Studio 60. you know who you are. if you don’t start watching, it’s going to get canceled (it’s getting very low ratings at the moment), and that’ll make me really angry. don’t make me come over there and make you watch it.

6 comments

  1. Studio 60 is great! I watch it every week. Then again, everything I like gets cancelled usually.

    I hope you are watching Battlestar Gallactica. It’s too cool. I’m not sold on Heroes yet. Still really like Earl & Office. Still haven’t made time to watch Grey’s Anatomy. Always watching Biggest Loser… ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Studio 60 is great! I watch it every week. Then again, everything I like gets cancelled usually.

    I hope you are watching Battlestar Gallactica. It’s too cool. I’m not sold on Heroes yet. Still really like Earl & Office. Still haven’t made time to watch Grey’s Anatomy. Always watching Biggest Loser… ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Thankfully, it looks like NBC is happy with the ratings (http://nbcumv.com/release_detail.nbc/entertainment-20060926000000-039heroes039d.html) despite losing share week-over-week. This week’s episode (“The West Coast Feed”) starts to add a bit more depth to the show, IMO, fleshing out a lot of the personal relationships and characters who have been in the background. It’s really a huge cast, the more I watch the show, and I’m kind of eager to see what Sorkin does with it.

    Assuming NBC keeps it around ๐Ÿ™

  4. Thankfully, it looks like NBC is happy with the ratings (http://nbcumv.com/release_detail.nbc/entertainment-20060926000000-039heroes039d.html) despite losing share week-over-week. This week’s episode (“The West Coast Feed”) starts to add a bit more depth to the show, IMO, fleshing out a lot of the personal relationships and characters who have been in the background. It’s really a huge cast, the more I watch the show, and I’m kind of eager to see what Sorkin does with it.

    Assuming NBC keeps it around ๐Ÿ™