Monday, January 30, 2006

TV Updates

Yes, The Office is ending in March, but all of the episodes will air. I actually like that better because that means that there will be no more pre-empting going on. I hope that this means the DVD will come out sooner, because I'm ordering that the second it becomes available.

Arrested Development's last 4 episodes will air in a two-hour block on February 10, the same night as the opening ceremonies. Way to go, FOX.


Sean Hayes winning the SAG award? Ummm...

6 Comments:

Blogger defiant goddess said...

The Office is ending? I thought that was a top-rated show. First Arrested Development and now this. Man, if it weren't for you, I wouldn't know what was going on. :)

1/31/2006 9:53 AM  
Blogger Jenny G said...

Never fear, it's not ending! It's ending early this year (but will still have 21 episodes) because Steve Carell is doing a movie. It will be back again in September (?)for season 3.

1/31/2006 4:07 PM  
Blogger Annoyed said...

Jenny,

On a side note...

What the hell is a "liberal republican?"

Isn't that just a democrat?

Just curious as I am a liberal, left leaning, centrist myself!

1/31/2006 10:01 PM  
Blogger Jenny G said...

Heh. I suppose you could call it a democrat. I call myself that because I'm so against government handouts and pro-death penalty (fry those bastards) that I feel like a fraud calling myself a democrat, but I'm extremely pro-choice, anti-this war, pro-complete separation of church and state, etc. I guess you could say I'm in limbo, because I'm sure no party would have me considering some of my views.

2/01/2006 10:01 AM  
Blogger Annoyed said...

Yeah, I'm all for doing away with private welfare as soon as we do away with the corprate welfare as well!

Oh, and I'm pro Death penalty as well. IF the person is guilty (something the republican's have had trouble with)

Sounds to me like you're a centrist as well...Like myself, one that leans left.

I look at the issues of real importance for me. The seperation of Church and State heads the list. For that reason alone I will never vote for a republican for as long as I live! Not after these past five years and the disgrace of the "religous minorty"

To quote Bruce Springsteen "No one wins, unless we all win"

The republicans tell it a little different in my opinion..

"If I win first, then I'll worry about later...much later, maybe"

2/01/2006 10:51 AM  
Blogger Jenny G said...

Yeah, sounds like we have pretty much the same views. Abortion and the church/state thing are probably the most important to me. It has been pretty hard to be an agnostic who isn't particularly patriotic since Bush has been president. I'm surprised I haven't been arrested and interrogated for my views; they must not be tapping my phone. I've always voted Democrat; I don't think I could bring myself to vote for a Republican. Nice quotes, by the way.

2/01/2006 11:25 AM  

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