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Sunday, August 10, 2008

The TV Blog Coalition - Summer Awakening

Since there is so little left on TV these days except hours and hours of Olympics coverage, I'm going to get off the TV topic again and urge you to see Hair in Central Park. Seriously, it was just sensational and about all I can think about right now. Still. After seeing it over 2 weeks ago.

So for more TV coverage, check out the other TV bloggers for now. I promise I'll start talking about TV again soon and start posting my (p)reviews for the pilots this fall.

Buzz tested your knowledge of how much money TV stars make. (BuzzSugar)

This week, Sandie took a first look at Katie Holmes' guest appearance on Eli Stone (Daemon's TV)

As part of a week-long series on TV v. film with TiFaux, Marcia takes a look at some of the ways TV creates more varied characters than film. (Pop Vultures)

Rae steps into the RTVW Confessional and spills about liking good stunt casting, citing such examples as LiLo on Ugly Betty and Katie Holmes on Eli Stone. (RTVW Online)

Paris Hilton, Ludacris and Plastic Man all recently tossed their hats into the political ring. God help us all. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance giddily recaps the finale of So You Think You Can Dance Season 4. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace waxed poetic about the latest Peggy-and-Pete-centric installment of Mad Men, easily the one of the most complex, vibrant, and vivid series on television right now. (Televisionary)

In an exciting first for TiFaux, Dan teamed up with Marcia from Pop Vultures to discuss the merits of TV versus film. In his first entry, Dan talked about how couch potatoes are given a bad reputation as anti-social shut-ins. Which, for the record, he only is when Project Runway is on. (TiFaux)

Jack Bauer would me proud as this week, the TV Addict did the impossible and infiltrated the set of 24. [The TV Addict]

Kate was saddened to realize that pretty much any great woman's life can be turned into a Lifetime Original Movie. (TV Filter)

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