It’s old news by now, really, and it’s not really what I wanted to write about, although this week’s Foxtrot made me laugh, mostly because Foxtrot is funny.
I really have no strong opinions one way or the other on the matter of the WGA strike. The only reason I mention it is because I have been watching my House, M.D. DVDs and I am sad that there will be no new House for a good while. Other than that, I’m good as far as currently-airing shows go, because I have a semi-big backlog of DVDs to get to, several books to read, a few video games to play, and a family to attend to. I reckon I should be able to fill my time rather easily without any new TV. Besides, Smallville really just needs to get some Superman action going on. I’m reeeeeeeeally tired of Lana, and have been for about four seasons now. Perhaps the writers can take this time to reflect and finally find a way to kill her off, once and for all. I watched the episode where she died and Clark went back in time to save her twice, in the vain hope that the second time she would somehow stay dead. No such luck.
I thought about putting a spoiler alert there, but who would I be spoiling? The -1.3 readers of my blog? Okay, then.
So without further ado, I bring you a boring list.
List of TV shows to which I will admit to having seen every episode
Aliens in America
Batman: The Animated Series
Justice League (+ Unlimited)
Mad About You
My Name Is Earl
Spider-Man: The New Animated Series
Star Wars: Clone Wars
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Superman: The Animated Series
That ’70s Show
It is also possible that I have seen every episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Friends, but I’m not sure about those two.