Saturday, April 19, 2008
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)
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)
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
About a month ago I was asked to submit up to three question for Hey! Nielsen's Pop Culture Quiz. The quiz went live earlier this month where you can win $1,000 in prizes including a Sony PSP, Apple iPod nano, a one-year subscription to Netflix, free music downloads, and more pop culture goodies. Of the ten questions I submitted they only used one so since I do not have time to whip up a Lyrics Quiz this month, I thought I would pose the questions I submitted to you instead. Feel free to leave your guesses in the comment section and I will let you know if you are right later. And don't forget to check out Hey! Nielsen's Pop Culture Quiz too as their prizes are better than my virtual pat on the back for being right.
1. What two Neptune residents were switched at birth on Veronica Mars?
2. What was the name of Rosco P. Coltrane's dog?
3. What was the first inanimate object to talk to Jaye on Wonderfalls?
4. What child actor was also the narrator for Arrested Development?
5. What two professions did Ed Stevens have concurrently?
6. What was the biggest fear of B.A. Baracus.
7. What FBI agent had a "The Truth Is Out There" poster on his office wall?
8. What was the one and only song Marshall could play in his car on How I Met Your Mother?
9. What band t-shirts do Beavis and Butt-head always wear?
10. Which one of these prematurely canceled Fox shows actually got a second season: The Lone Gunman, Undeclared, Firefly, A Minute with Stan Hooper, Tru Calling, Keen Eddie, Wonderfalls, The Inside?
Monday, April 14, 2008
I am not the biggest fan of turning cartoons into live action movies but despite all my gripes, Hollywood continues to ruin my childhood. The latest being Speed Racer. But MTV is currently running a contest threw April 18 where you can win a $100,000 tricked out Corvette. Here is how you can enter:
1. Entries must be made by text on their website, http://www.raceforspeedracer.com/ (by entering your phone number and carrier) or by texting “fast” to 90736.
2. On April 18th, participants will be notified how to answer a “Speed Racer” trivia question via text.
3. They must answer the question within 2 minutes to qualify.
4. 10 winners will be flown to premiere in Los Angeles to race (mini cars) for a car inspired by “Speed Racer”.
Below are some pictures of the car:
Sunday, April 13, 2008
Buzz reminisced about the greatest game shows of the late '80s and early '90s — anyone remember I'm Telling? (Buzz Sugar)
This week Sandie teases us about her visit of the set of Moonlight with a picture of Alex O'Loughlin and of Jason Dohring, as well as a clip from Alex O'Loughlin's interview. There will be more to come soon! (Daemon's TV)
Getting excited about the return of Doctor Who? Anna celebrates by remembering what made the third season so great. (Pop Vultures)
Bored now? Kill a few minutes of your day fantasizing about your own TV network. (RTVW)
Vance outlines some better alternatives to popular (but bland) shows. Watch Everybody Hates Chris instead of According to Jim. Watch Bones instead of NCIS/CSI:Pick you city/Numb3rs. It's for your own good. (Tapeworthy)
While Jace was thrilled for the return of 30 Rock and The Office this week, he caught up on reading pilot scripts, including ABC's Good Behavior, from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas. (Televisionary)
What in the world? Dan writes a letter to God wondering why Project Runway is making the switch from gay wonderland Bravo to housewife haven Lifetime. (TiFaux)
Ashley evaluated TV's best villains and you may be surprised who made the list. (Tube Talk)
The TV Addict uncovers ABC's top-secret programming strategy for Men in Trees. (The TV Addict)
Raoul talks to Sharon, a.k.a. Barbie, from Hell's Kitchen. (TV Filter)