Thursday, May 11, 2006

Survivor, Office

"Survivor"

I got nothing to say here, since they didn't show us how it turned out. Bastahds, I won't even be home Sunday night.

"The Office"

Gawd I love this show. Raise your hand if you've been where Jim and Pam are. Anyone? Oh, me.

Classic dramedy conundrum, though: Romantic tension drives plot, but drags down the plot whether the romance is consummated or overly prolonged.

After the way they turned it up this season, though, I gotta believe the writers (and actors) can pull it off.

6 Comments:

At 8:19 PM, May 11, 2006, Blogger John Howard said...

The sexual tension is really a big part of this show, so it will be interesting to see how they handle it next season. I do think they can do it well, though. I definitely hope they do, since this is one of my favorite shows.

I hate it that Survivor ison Thursday all season, then comes on Sunday for the finale. I keep meaning to boycott it just for that reason, but I always forget to.

 
At 7:47 AM, May 12, 2006, Blogger AndyW said...

I've always wondered about the Sunday finale, too. I guess they do it because there's less competition. By comparison, if your show is, say, "American Idol," then you run the finale whenever you want and let the other networks get out of the way.

 
At 7:08 AM, May 13, 2006, Blogger Don McCullen said...

One reason why CBS has ran the Suvivor Finale on Sunday Nights is that want the get the numbers that they usually don't get on Sundays. 60 Minutes and Cold Case do well for their target audiences but its not enough for a WIN!!!

Sure it is harded with Housewives and Grey on ABC but its give the Alphabet Network a reason NOT to kick back.

Mostly CBS has ran TV Movies but now that has ran out of gas with very few expections. You might see another Christmas Movie or a Jesse Stone movie (played by Tom Selleck), but everything else just is not up to par.

CBS is expected to discontinue the Sunday Night Movie, and add two dramas in its place. Allready they have aired encore airings of their popular Crime Dramas on Sunday Nights.

NBC is also going to gain with Sunday Night Football. Question is will it get the numbers more so than the last few years of Monday Night Football on broadcast TV?

 
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