Happy day!

Fox (the same fools who cancelled Firefly without so much as giving it a fighting chance) have redeemed themselves slightly by ordering a third season of Arrested Development. I couldn’t care less about 24.

Update: This is also happy news — Law and Order: Trial By Jury, the first real stinker in the L&O franchise, has been canned. The question is, what will Dick Wolf cook up next to stay ahead of the CSI gang? Stay tuned!

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4 thoughts on “Happy day!

  1. Nice to hear I’m not the only one completely underwhelmed by L&O:TbJ. I only saw a couple eps and that was enough.

    As for CSI… I’m a big crime drama fan and I just don’t get this show. sooo verryyyy drryyyyyyy….

  2. Nice to hear I’m not the only one completely underwhelmed by L&O:TbJ. I only saw a couple eps and that was enough. As for CSI… I’m a big crime drama fan and I just don’t get this show. sooo verryyyy drryyyyyyy….

  3. I like the CSIs, although for me it’s a cross between the characters (most of whom I think are great) and the mostly-accurate-but-dramatized science. I find them to be somewhat Sherlock Holmes-ish, the short stories at least. I mean, I say that off the top of my head an could change my mind once I think about it more, but they really are relatively straightforward who-dunnits most of the time, with some interesting science and deductive reasoning thrown in.

    I can’t think of a single episode of CSI that I’ve seen where the conclusions seemed implausible based on the evidence. Sometimes they’re a little _obvious_, but most of the time they’re enough to keep me interested.

  4. I like the CSIs, although for me it’s a cross between the characters (most of whom I think are great) and the mostly-accurate-but-dramatized science. I find them to be somewhat Sherlock Holmes-ish, the short stories at least. I mean, I say that off the top of my head an could change my mind once I think about it more, but they really are relatively straightforward who-dunnits most of the time, with some interesting science and deductive reasoning thrown in.I can’t think of a single episode of CSI that I’ve seen where the conclusions seemed implausible based on the evidence. Sometimes they’re a little _obvious_, but most of the time they’re enough to keep me interested.

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