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Seasons Change

17 Sep

It’s a big day for me: I finally have things to watch on TV again. I mean, sure, for a while there I was content spending my evenings with the Red Sox, but I haven’t watched a single game since the Yankees series a month ago (seriously), and my nights have been rather boring as I waited for the new TV season to begin. (Not that I didn’t have a life or anything. I’m just talking about my TV watching habits here.)

So what will I be watching this season? Here’s my week at a glance:

Monday: Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip at 10

Tuesday: Nothing. It’s a night I can have a life

Wednesday: 30 Rock at 8:30, Lost at 9, and (if it’s good) The Nine at 10

Thursday: My Name Is Earl at 8, The Office at 8:30, Grey’s Anatomy at 9, and Ugly Betty at 10 (recorded from when it was on from 8–9) or Six Degrees — unless it’s really bad. This would be a terrible night to call me, by the way.

Friday and Saturday: Nothing. Nights I can have a life

Sunday: The Amazing Race at 8, Desperate Housewives at 9, and (if it’s good) Brothers & Sisters at 10

I cleared some space on my DVR yesterday just in case I don’t make it home in time for some of these shows, so I should be all ready. Let the TV season begin!

One More Time

17 Sep

Well, Adam Gaffin has done it again.

He’s gone and included me in his latest blog roundup article in the Sunday Boston Globe.

And of course, which posting of mine did he spotlight? My recent silly one about how I don’t like Cambridge, Somerville, or anywhere on the Red Line. This one has been popular ever since Adam linked to it a couple weeks ago on Universalhub.com.

You can read the Globe story here. Continue reading