Monthly Archives: January 2011

Comcast and NBC – Happy Together?

Comcast officially took control of NBC Universal today, purchasing 51% of the company from GE and donating its family of cable networks to the cause as well.  So now what to do for new NBCU President and CEO Steve Burke? … Continue reading

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So you want to watch football (Part 4)

Also known as “The Completely Subjective Part”. We’ve now come the end of our series on football basics, and now it’s time to revel in some post-season tidbits and decide what we’re going to do with ourselves for the next … Continue reading

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American Idol: Week 2

So, fellow Idol watchers, let’s reconvene to talk about last week’s episodes.  Did you, like me, hover around your TV at 7:30 PM on Tuesday night, anxiously waiting for the excitement and fun to begin?  Were you happy?  Were you … Continue reading

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Fill My Eyes with that Double Vision

I have a confession to make…I’ve never gone to the theater to see a 3D movie.  I have not even been tempted to do so.  It’s not that I haven’t see a movie that is in 3d, quite the opposite. … Continue reading

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Television 101 – I Like the Way You Move

A big television question was asked by my esteemed colleague today, why is it exactly that FOX decided to slide American Idol over a day to Wednesday – Thursday from Tuesday – Wednesday?  And so it’s time to begin the first … Continue reading

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What to Watch: American Idol

I wasn’t sure if I should file this post under Pop Culture Guilty Pleasures or not, but I’ve got plenty of other Guilty Pleasures on deck, and “American Idol” is not a Guilty Pleasure anyway. This week, “American Idol” comes … Continue reading

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What’s New in Television: January 2011

In the midst of our long winter, as the cold tightens its icy grip all across the country, television finally decides to awaken from its month long slumber.  As all of your television favorites return to the airwaves over the … Continue reading

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