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Sunday, April 20, 2008

TV Blog Coalition - I'm Already Trying to Catch Up

New TV Is Back! And I'm already backlogged and I can't keep up! ARGH! My PVR is almost full already so I may have to do some massive purge especially before this week when everything else comes back (like Brothers & Sisters, Ugly Betty, House, Grey's Anatomy, Lost etc. etc.) So I'm not going to be able to blog as much as before since life/work is still busy and will just concentrate on the things I need to talk about most, but while I catch up, check out more TV talk from the fellow TV bloggers:

Buzz combed through photos to speculate about upcoming storylines on Grey's Anatomy, Gossip Girl, Ugly Betty, and more. (BuzzSugar)


This week, Sandie posted the first part from our Alex O'Loughlin interview during our Moonlight set visit. (Daemon's TV)

Reality TV certainly was in rare form this week, and even the last hurrah of Rob & Big couldn’t compare to the utter lunacy of Vh1’s ¡Viva Hollywood!. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia faced a post-strike TV slump and wondered if there is such a thing as "viewer's block." (Pop Vultures)

Forever a fairy tale kind of girl, Rae was only too happy to take an early look at ABC Family's modern fairy tale, Princess, and share what Kip Pardue and Nora Zehetner to say about filming the movie. (RTVW)

Take Scooter McGavin's Television Trivia Quiz for a chance to win, well, there are no actual prizes. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

You're allowed to fall in love with Burn Notice now that USA Network is re-running an encore of the First Season in anticipation of Season 2, but Jeffrey Donovan/Michael Weston will forever be Vance's, so back off! (Tapeworthy)

Holy Joss Whedon! This week, Jace had everyone buzzing with his review of the "brilliant" and "gripping" pilot script for Joss Whedon's new FOX drama Dollhouse. (Televisionary)

Maggie willingly relived the trauma of high school by exposing herself to MTV's new reality show The Paper, which is set in a real-life high school. (TiFaux)

Tube Talk got to take part in an interview with Bones star David Boreanaz that turned tense when another reporter called Bones a bubble show. (Tube Talk)

Show ABC that you care about quality scripted television and that not all of their shows have to include dancing, a bachelor or a nanny! Pledge your support for Eli Stone. (the TV Addict)

In honor of Tax Day, Raoul paid tribute to TV's greatest accountants. (TV Filter)

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