Fie on you, television!

Very sneaky, CW network, premiering your silly high school girl shows while every other network is still in reruns (or RNC coverage, bleh) and I have been home for weeks getting very, very tired of Law & Order (yes, it is possible to reach a L&O limit. yes, I have finally run into several that I have seen before — it took a LONG time. and yes, they do reuse their bad guys, suspects and other extras sometimes; in fact one of the ADAs was an exotic dancer in a previous episode. oh my, it is so sad that I know that). Sadly, I STILL don’t have anything recorded on the DVR for tomorrow because I had to watch tonight’s new show while I was trying to convince Nathan that it was bedtime.

And now it’s too late to log on and do a little WoW-ing. =( How does he know when I have plans for the evening? Most of last week Nathan adhered to his new, parent-approved schedule of being asleep before 7:30pm and staying that way until at least 11pm. Just when I thought I was going to have a chance to get to know our new online group and get back to spending some leisure time with my husband, Nathan decides that schedules are for chumps. Last night it took nearly 3 hours and gallons of milk/formula to get him to bed. Tonight we shortened that to 2 hours and slightly less food. I guess that’s trending in the proper direction. Oh, and he IS sleeping on his own in his bassinet, so I probably shouldn’t complain. But still…

Hrm, this was supposed to be about my addiction to television programming of questionable quality… Oh well. You watch two hours of the ALL NEW 90210 (OMG! SRSLY! gag.) and see how coherent you are.

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3 Responses to Fie on you, television!

  1. Jill says:

    If you really want a laugh, try the new TNT show “Raising the Bar.” It’s compelling in its painfulness–and so unrealistic about the legal profession. Plus, it stars Zack Morris from Saved by the Bell, and he has long, terrible, stringy hair!! Seriously, the worst show in years!

  2. Brian says:

    OMG! indeed.

    Anyone who says the phrase “worst show in years” without immediately following it with “Viva Laughlin” needs to watch this. Just saying.

  3. Kim says:

    Holy crap! That was horrifying, Brian. And as for “Raising the Bar”, I can’t even handle the commercials, I don’t think I would be able to survive the first five minutes with THE HAIR, let alone all the rest of it. The commercials are on all the time. It’s enough to make me stop watching L&O on TNT.

    While we’re discussing nominees for worst show, let me just mention that you should probably avoid ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”. I was going to blog about it long ago when I still had a life… It is offensively bad – bad acting, bad message, bad storyline, and more terrible acting. so painful.

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