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television is better than it used to be (with optimism!)

you know why? cuz heroes is on every monday. simply put, it makes my life worth living. every other new show (besides 30 rock, which is simply "really funny") can go suck an egg (haven't heard that one in a while, eh?).

but here's my point...while some real bummers have offended our living room evenings this fall (see: smith, all the crap qualler posted about, the latter episodes of studio 60), at least this fall is not responsible for these past jerks:

emily's reasons why not
(did you know heather graham died after this happened?)
hope & faith (kelly ripa is an alien-looking soccer mom!)
jake in progress (stamos is now just an ER intern thankfully)
reunion (all they had going was the soundtrack gimmick)

oh i could go on but there's cookies and milk in front of me. post more in the comments! ooh and another lackluster studio 60 finale...thank the heavens for HEROES.

all i'm saying is, one great new show plus a bunch of mediocre ones is, by my calculations, infinite times better than a bunch of tinkertoy-vomiting sitcoms. ya dig?

  1. Blogger Josef Pfeiffer | 7:48 AM |  

    Bri and I got caught up on Sunday night when they played a Marathon of Heroes. What a great show. We then watching a Lifetime movie with the Cheerleader in it and I kept waiting for her to have an 'accident' and spin her head around or something.

  2. Blogger Unspar! | 8:52 AM |  

    I love Heroes! Should we start our Monday night TV-watches with Heroes before the 24 season starts?

  3. Blogger P. Arty | 10:48 AM |  

    Heroes is without doubt, the second best new show of the Fall. Second, of course, to Dexter.

    Heroes has gained so much momentum in the last 3 weeks, I can't wait to see where everything's going.

    I love that we're seeing all these people in their adolescent-mutant stage, where they can't really control their powers. It'll be interesting to see how they progress, like we got to see future-Hiro in the subway.

    I'm glad everyone has come to their senses and enjoyes Heroes. I've known this show was genius ever since I heard Jes (yes, from Gilmore Girls) was going to be in it.

  4. Blogger Crazy Chick | 4:46 PM |  

    I absolutely agree. I can't think of a better new show this season than "Heroes". Personally, I'm a little creeped out by that girl they have whispering in the promos, "Save the cheerleader, save the world", but in a good way. But please, somebody, cut Milo Ventimiglia's hair!

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