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Monday, March 10, 2008

TV Blog Coalition - March "I'm Going Mad"ness

I'm exhausted and I only just re-begun my double life of working two full time jobs at once and I'm going a little bonkers already (this is going to be a long year). The massive snowstorm in Toronto didn't help this weekend. I'm going to need to vegetate onto the couch with my beloved TV again to clear my head. At least things are slowly starting up again. Aliens in America is off and running and the CBS Monday comedy block starts up again next week (on the 17th) including How I Met Your Mother. Slowly. We will have calmness restored!

In the meantime, here's what the TV bloggers were talking about this past week:

With the finale of The Wire looming, BuzzSugar wondered what series have had the best finales — and which should have ended better. (BuzzSugar)

Since FX's The Riches is returning on March 18, Sandie posted some behind the scenes videos for Season 2. (Daemon's TV)

Despondent about the end of The Wire? Marcia consoles herself with a drinking game for the final episode. It's an excellent way to dull the pain of losing such a brilliant show. (Pop Vultures)

With an overview of what to expect in its second season and what she talked to Courteney Cox about, Spads tried to convince everyone to give Dirt a try. (RTVW)

Since you will undoubtedly be hearing on your television in the coming months, might as well get to know Missy Higgins now. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance gets reflective when he sells out to Oprah's Big Give, reviews quarterlife without ever having seen it, and notes how unconfortably similar Matthew's relationship with Old Christine is with his own sister. (Tapeworthy)

Hungry for some more culinary-themed reality mayhem this week, Jace took an advance look at the fiery season premiere of Top Chef. (Televisionary)

Dan ventured into music videos this week, exploring the concept of Room Clearers -- songs that you 20% love, 80% hate (first up, Escape Club's Wild Wild West). (TiFaux)

Kate made a list of the top ten scary/awesome things about The Real Housewives of New York City (TV Filter)

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