Sunday, April 12, 2009

The TV Blog Coalition - Cadbury Mini Eggs

Easter is great because we in Canada get Good Friday off, and of course, Cadbury's Mini Eggs! Although I refrained this year from some sort of delusional cracked attempt at being good and losing weight, but I'm sure it'll all come tumbling down when I buy up the remaining Mini Eggs in the post-holiday discounted bins and eat a month's worth in two days.

Plus, for us in Toronto, it usually means it's finally spring! Not officially but weather wise. Oh sure, they teased us a while ago and then reminded us last week that mother nature still rules and can induce us any moment with her cold cocaine. (Speaking of spring, only one week left of Spring Awakening in Toronto before it moves on to Providence and Boston)

It also means TV shows are gearing up for the last batch of episodes for the May finales, though this year, there seems to a lot of new mid-Spring premieres. (With Better Off Ted and Southland as my favorites of them all so far).

Anyways, here's what the other TV bloggers were talking about this week:

Buzz got to wondering about the TV shows that are sort of the opposite of guilty pleasures, the ones you don't even like very much but can't seem to quit watching. (BuzzSugar)

Not willing to let go of the show without a fight, Give Me My Remote dedicated the week to Chuck. We had special features, polls, soundtrack listings and viewer testimony. Did you lend your voice? Here's top hoping NBC orders a third season soon. (Give Me My Remote)

Rescue Me was back in fine form with its fifth season premiere. And as an added bonus: an Alex P. Keaton sighting. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

In case you didn't know, Vance goes to the theatre a lot, and then blogs about it. He also likes to stalk celebrities like James McAvoy after the show. (Tapeworthy)

After thinking about a particularly shocking character death this week, Jace talked to former BSG and Buffy writer and current Caprica showrunner Jane Espenson and some other television industry insiders about the role of death on television today. (Televisionary)

Sara was all aflutter over the BBC reality show Any Dream Will Do, which is possibly the campiest thing she's ever seen. Hear that Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber? (TiFaux)

Kate was oh-so-pleasantly surprised by Southland. (TV Filter)

Matt didn't love the premiere of Parks and Recreation. But he won't give up on it yet! (TV Fanatic)

This week, the TV Addict wondered if casting Leonard Nimoy in FRINGE is well, highly illogical (The TV Addict)

Vance at http://tapeworthy.blogspot.com

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