Quote of the Week: Stop thinking how ridiculous it is. (Eloise Hawking, Lost)
Song of the Week: Once in a Lifetime – Talking Heads (Chuck)
Big News of the Week: Scooter Is Moving on Up to the East Side: I have been lucky enough to nab a few interviews here at the 9th Green but the first time ever someone actually wanted to interview me. For those that have never heard of Showhype, it is a site that collects the most linked blog posts and you can even vote them up (or down) on its site. And the site decided to give me a nice write up and a short interview so head over to Showhype to get more inside on me and the 9th Green. And if you are already a member feel free to hit the up arrow on the story.
Another thing I have been quietly doing for the last couple months is being a contributor to the Hulu Awards where I have been nominating and voting on the best the site has to offer. The awards are still to be determined but you yourself can actually vote on the winners too by heading over to The Hulu Review and all the categories are on the top right column. And if you are not sure what to vote for, you cannot go wrong with Friday Night Lights for the categories it is nominated in.
Gratuitous Token Hot Chick Picture of the Week:
Coalition Links of the Week:
Gossip Girl is a great guilty pleasure — but would you watch a real-life version? (BuzzSugar)
This week, Sandie wished she knew how not to quit Heroes. (Daemon's TV)
Vance did some TV blog catch up and puts his two cents on American Idol, Lost and more. (Tapeworthy)
This week, Jace explored the history of the Cylon race on Battlestar Galactica and offered up some theories about Daniel, The Colony, and Kara Thrace. (Televisionary)
Dan finally caught up with the new Showtime series The United States of Tara, and discussed his troubling infatuation with John Corbett. (TiFaux)
This week, the TV Addict proved that he may have too much time on his hands by not only taking our favorite magazine, Entertainment Weekly to task for offering up their umpteenth Twilight cover. But going one step further and designing a mock-up of what this week's cover could have looked like. (The TV Addict)
Kate tried to decide which of the "real" housewives of NYC is the most recession-proof (TV Filter)
Free Download of the Week: Damages (iTunes): Not only can you grab the second season premiere for free, for those that enjoy that can for a limited time download the whole series for a discounted price.
Deal of the Week: Save 53% on Must-Have Blu-ray (Tropic Thunder, Iron Man)
Video of the Week: As seen earlier in the week, I bought a new computer. With my old computer I some problems watching even the standard resolution videos on Hulu let along the high definition ones. So I made up for lost time during the extended weekend last week when I wasn’t trying to uses the suspiciously titled Windows Easy Transfer (which tells me I need 65 GB on my old computer to transfer despite only having a hard drive of 55). A good chuck of my Hulu time has been devoted to clips of Attack of the Show’s Olivia Munn who was nice to condence her greatest bits into this two minute video:
Next Week Pick of the Week: 10 Items or Less, Tuesday at 11:00 on TBS: Aside from Leverage, which I mentioned last week, this Tuesday also sees the season finale of 10 Items or Less. In honor of the finale I may just finally release the video of star John Lehr talking about his time on I’m a Celebrity, Get Me out of Here!