News & Views
I do wish there were more Weevil and more Casablancas family. But Rob Thomas explains on TWoP why our fav characters can't be in every episode (third post down under 'slaverat').
There's an interesting story behind the writer of this episode. Her name's Cathy Belben, and she's the only librarian-turned-screenwriter I've ever heard of.
And here's some more VM news:
Enrico Colantoni is one of five TV actors you don't want to miss.
A nice article on Jason Dohring, and another.
VM is listed as one of the "peaks" of this fall season.
A scene from last season's VM finale makes it on a list of Scary Television Moments (do not read if you haven't seen Season 1!!).
Willow and Cordelia share the screen once again...on Veronica Mars.
USA Today mentions VM and Grey's Anatomy as two of the four second-year series that are at the top of the 2005 television class.
Speaking of Grey's Anatomy, the last few weeks have been spot on. There are plenty of flaws to this show, but it really doesn't matter 'cause its just so stinkin' fun to watch. Glad to see that ABC is rewarding them with the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot.
One random thing: has anyone else noticed the five-act structure on GA lately? Apparently, it's the new trend. Alex Epstein blogs about this topic.
On the opposite end, NBC takes its first steps towards recovering: admitting they're desperate. At least they have one positive headline: ESPN's Bill Simmons loves Aaron Sorkin's Studio 7 pilot.
Lastly, Smallville's apparently doing really well in the ratings. I haven't catched any episodes in a long while, should I be TiVoing this show?