Wednesday, September 27, 2006

I love TV!



I watched the new Ted Danson sitcom last night.

And liked it. I might in fact be a special needs person (retard)

Sunday night I watched about 10 minutes of some crappy new Sally Field 'drama'...I liked it better when she was a nun and could fly. Or when she was a teenager and could surf.

I also watched that new show called Studio 60 with Matthew Perry. I didn't actually watch it with Matthew Perry...he just starred in it. It's pretty darn good. So far.

Have you watched any new shows? What should I be watching?

I love TV!

48 comments:

Anonymous said...

New season of Meerkat Manor starts Friday

cake said...

I forgot to tape My Name is Earl and The Office last week...I'm retahded.

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Does Matthew Perry dress up as a meercat?

I Ain't No Oprah said...

I notice someone picked up a Boston accent....

cake said...

Pahk the cah in Hahvahd Yahd...

Lois Lane said...

Could you *be* any more of a meercat?

"Heroes" was pretty good. The Sally Field thing was okay, but if it never aired again I wouldn't miss it.

Lois Lane said...

Oh, and the new season of "Doctor Who" starts Friday too!

::Lois does happy dance::

No idea if he dresses up as a meercat...

motheragawd said...

So I told my coworkers I wanted a bagel and I was going to Dunkin' Donuts, does anybody want anything? and they said, "No! Don't go there!". And then they insisted that I accompany them to this bakery near the office because it was soooo goood, so off we went to a place called flour (lower case "f")where I got a raisin roll for $3.00, and my co-worker spent $15.00 on some cupcakes. It was a good raisin roll, but jeez...Dunkin's selling donuts 2 for .99 right now. Next time I'm not telling anyone.

I'm sorry. What were we talking about? Something about meercats?

motheragawd said...

Yo, Nooprah, if you get yourself one of those flatscreen TVs you'll have more room for yourself in the armoire.

Just a suggestion.

Anonymous said...

"Meerkat" you idiots

cake said...

Dear Lois:

I've already seen Doctor Who Season 2.

::smirks::

Bemisdown said...

Hey Nooprah,

You're practically ON the TV now-can I have your autograph?

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Meerkat??? I'm guessing you put Katsup on your burgers.

Loser.

Bemisdown said...

Jon Stewart had President Musharraf on his show last night.

He gave him a Twinkie and then asked "Where's Osama Bin Laden?" Even the Pres had to laugh when Stewart asked him if didn't didn't mention the war in Iraq in his new book because "it was going so well."

Lois Lane said...

Cake, very jealous. But I'll get over it. Am awaiting the season one DVDs from Amazon to finally see the unedited episodes.

Oh, and...Meercat! Meercat! Meercat!

Meow. Sign your name if you want to criticize other people's spelling, bub.

Bemisdown said...

"Only Idiots call other people idiots anonymously."

Man....I'm deep. I think that quote belongs in a fortune cookie.

bacon ace said...

Heroes was pretty cool, but Battlestar Galactica season 3 starts October 6th. Whoo hoo!
Unfortunately that's the day I'll be celebrating my wedding anniversary (even thouigh it's the 7th)Boo Hoo!

Bemisdown said...

Yeah Lois,

Clinky always criticizes MY spelling, but at least he's "man" enough to sign his name. "Clinky the Robot Boy."

Well, at least he doesn't sign as "Anonymous."

Bemisdown said...

Yeah Lois,

Clinky always criticizes MY spelling, but at least he's "man" enough to sign his name. "Clinky the Robot Boy."

Well, at least he doesn't sign as "Anonymous."

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Anonymous was Hoagy.

Just for the record.

bostongraf said...

Well, I'm thrilled that UHD has started airing all of the Firefly episodes in HD. I only heard about how good the show was after the show was done, so I'm very happy that I can see it from the beginning now.

They aired to pilot episode this past Sunday. I love watching new tv, that's old to everyone else.

I have Heroes sitting on my DVR. Please no spoilers....or at least warn me if there's gonna be a spoiler...

Ted Danson shows...Hrm. Can anyone name/describe the two episodes of Becker that had guest appearances by former Cheers actors?

I Ain't No Oprah said...

(I love that Hoagy got scolded)

That should be a show...Hoagy Gets Scolded!

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Dear Boston Graf,

Please no Becker talk on the blog.

Love,
I Aint No Oprah

motheragawd said...

My favorite TV show was cancelled. Actually, it only ran one season. It was called the 2004 ALCS and World Series.
Man, that was a good show. I almost thought it was real!

Bemisdown said...

Sorry Hoagy.

If I had known it was you I NEVER would have called you an idiot. Just a "fancy lad."

I Ain't No Oprah said...

The heading of today's blog is I LOVE TV...it should actually read:

I LOVE LOIS.

(she just popped in and brought me two McDonalds Apple Pies)

cake said...

I love that Hoagy posted anonymously, got scolded, got outted by NoOprah, was called "fancy lad" yet again, and hasn't even bothered to defend himself.

Are twinkies actually any good?

I Ain't No Oprah said...

They're golden sponge cake filled with cream

Yeah...they're good.

Lois Lane said...

Yes, Twinkies are good. Not good for you, but good.

"I Love Lois" Now THAT would be a great show...maybe a 1/2 sitcom in a block of shows including "Hoagy Gets Scolded!" and, of course, "MeerCat Manor."

meerkat said...

I love me a twinkie.

meercat said...

Me too.

Lois Lane said...

"1/2 sitcom"

Ooops. "1/2 *hour* sitcom", that is.

Good thing I'm not an editor or anything...

Sparkle Plenty said...

I really dig that Lois used the word "bub"--she's definitely on my roller derby team. Actually, if Hoagy is a fancy lad, he's on my roller derby team, too. But only if he looks good in fishnets.

I think I'll just call myself an idiot as a pre-emptive strike: IDIOT!

In re: TV, I wouldn't mind watching "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir." Some of Charles Nelson Reilly's greatest work...

Sparkle Plenty said...

Ya know, I'm sure I'll sound like a pointdexter (what else is new), but meerkats are kinda cute. I'd never heard of that show--do people like it or are ya making fun of it? They look like sorta nifty little beasts.

cake said...

Oh, hey! If we're handing out sitcoms, I want my own.

How about "The Trouble with Cake" or "Cake!" or maybe "Cake's Company."

No? You wouldn't watch it? Damn.

janesays said...

Or how about "The Ghost and Mrs. Muircat?"

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Charlies MeerKats.

My Three Meerkats

My Mother The Meerkat

Gilligan's Meerkat

The Man From M.E.E.R.K.A.T.

cake said...

Desperate House Meerkats

::giggling::

Lois Lane said...

Oh Cake, I'd watch:

"How I Met Your Cake"

"Two and Half Cakes"

"My Name is Cake"

And if we're going retro...

"That Cake"

"I Dream of Cake"

"Hogan's Cake"

Lois Lane said...

"Josie and the Meerkats, long tails and ears for hats..."

Spud said...

I heard "The Meerkat" was the name of a Jazz saxaphonist. Ain't that right Hoag?

cake said...

Lois:

"My Name is Cake"! Perfect.

You get tickets to the series premiere!

Lois Lane said...

Keen! I'll rent a limo now!

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Put it on Hoagy's tab.

Anonymous said...

You people are a bunch of lowbrow Philistines. If I had a TV, the only things I'd watch would be:

"Sesameerkat Street"

"The Meerkat/Lehrer News Hour"

"Meerkat Theater"

"Great Meerktaformances"

and maybe the occasional viewing of "Meerkat, She Wrote."

-- Lamont Cranston

bacon ace said...

What about "Inside the Meerkat's Studio"?

I Ain't No Oprah said...

>>>If I had a TV,<<<<

Dear Lamont,

You're dead to me.

Anonymous said...

Dear NoOprah:

Is that covered by your insurance?

-- Lamont Cranston