In my post-surgery haze, I have watched a lot of Television. During the election, I watched MSNBC and CNN until my eyes started bleeding. (Steny Hoyer
Anyway, last night I watched Heroes, which I've been trying to get into. I had already abandoned Jericho on Wednesdays although I may give it another shot, who knows. When I go back to work, it is all dependent on whether or not I set my TIVO anyway to watch the handful of shows I like.
So I'm trying to get into Heroes. I realize this is going somewhere and I am quite smitten with Hiro, who looks extremely constipated every time he goes back in time, and I guess that is the price you pay when you can bend time (Einstein would be so jealous.) I have never had a desire to save a cheerleader before, but I will give this a chance because I had no idea that a cheerleader could save the world.
You learn something everyday.
And I kinda dig Horn-rimmed Glasses Guy because he honestly seems to be the most multi-dimensional guy on the show even though he did make the artist guy do heroin again so he could be creative. I guess that's sort of like drunk blogging.
Anyway, I also watched Studio 60. It got way too preachy if you ask me (and I agreed with what was going on it just seemed so forced) and the gay marriage dialogue was a bit forced although I do like certain aspects of it (I like the first couple of shows much better.)
I also like that the chick who played Dawn
on the British version of The Office was on it because I think she's really fun.
I hope Sorkin can bring this out of the toilet because it has potential.
I'm no television reviewer but I likes what I likes.