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Saturday, March 29, 2008

TV Blog Coalition - March "It's Finally Ending" Madness

Between all the snow in Toronto, being overworked on both jobs, and that basketball thingy, I'm ready for March to end. Luckily, April brings showers, lets hope some flowers, some much needed time off (uh, I said screw it and took a leave of absence from one job for April, which sadly gives me less money for more time to spend money, isn't that always the case?), and most of TV WILL BE BACK!!! YAHOO!!!

Can't Wait! Although my PVR is almost full which, considering almost nothing has been on, I've still somehow managed to tape enough stuff to fill it, I'm going to have to do some massive catching up and/or purging before the onslaught of the post-strike episodes of all our favorite shows return during the month of April. In the meantime, catch up with what the TV bloggers have been talking about this week:

With pilot season finally kicking into gear, Buzz wondered if you could tell the real pilots from the fakes. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie proclaimed her love for Doctor Who and Torchwood. (Daemon's TV)

Even Britney couldn't ruin this week's How I Met Your Mother for Mikey. He's also pretty sure joining Mother would be better use of Sarah Chalke's talents than another season of Scrubs. (Mikey Likes TV)

Pop Vultures looked back at the first nine episodes of Pushing Daisies and risked inciting an angry mob by saying some unkind things. (Pop Vultures)

Rae finally shares her "Adopt A Writer" interview with writer Lisa Klink whose TV credits include Star Trek: Voyager, Earth: Final Conflict, and Painkiller Jane. (RTVW)

For legal reasons, Scooter cannot tell you what his latest album review was, but here is a hint: The band's name rhymes with basketball great Charles Barkley. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance thinks there is finally a competition starting on American Idol. (Tapeworthy)

Dan found an article on Ryan Seacrest that is one of the most disturbing portraits he's seen in a good long while. (TiFaux)

This week, Jace took advance looks at HBO's Summer Heights High and Showtime's Tracey Ullman's State of the Union and was overjoyed to chat with 30 Rock's Tina Fey and The Office's Greg Daniels and Rainn Wilson. (Televisionary)

To celebrate the return of The Office on April 10, Jennifer had the chance to chat with executive producer Greg Daniels and actor Rainn Wilson. She got Daniels to spill on whether Karen will be back, and there’s plenty of other spoilery scoop, too. (Tube Talk)

The TV Addict imagined what a Michael Sara reunion might look like on PRISON BREAK! (the TV Addict)

Kate decided that The Real Housewives of New York City is the darkest show on television (TV Filter)

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