Quote of the Week: Thanks for being on the case Nancy Drew. (Carina - Chuck)
Song of the Week: American Woman – The Guess Who (as performed by Raj, Sheldon and Winnie Cooper, The Big Bang Theory)
Big News of the Week: Jay Leno Hour Actually Canceled: Late last week, the intertubes were a flutter that Jay Leno would be banished from the 10:00 hour. I took it with a grain of salt because NBC really doesn’t have anything to fill that hour so I figured they would be stuck with him until Fall. But it was confirmed that Jay was being canceled and they wanted him back at 11:35 with The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien pushed back to 12:05. Then the preverbal It hit the preverbal Fan. I am sure if you are reading this you know all the sordid details, so I won’t go into them, but isn’t it ironic that it took NBC demoting him to make Conan the must see TV NBC was hoping for when they announced his promotion five years ago. And if there was one good thing to come from NBC’s late night debacle, it is that Friday Night Lights finally got a premiere date: Friday April 30 at 8:00.
Gratuitous Token Hot Chick Picture of the Week:
Bonus Gratuitous Token Hot Chick Picture of the Week:
Another Bonus Gratuitous Token Hot Chick Picture of the Week:
Free Download of the Week: How I Met Your Mother - Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit (iTunes): I cannot say I was as enamored with the musical number from the 100th episode from the show, but for those that were, you can download it for free for you viewing pleasure whenever you want.
Deal of the Week: Save up to 53% on TV DVDs (Big Love, Castle, Friday Night Lights, How I Met Your Mother)
Video of the Week:
Next Week Pick of the Week: The Deep End, Thursday at 8:00 on ABC: Okay, so from the promo above, there is a very good chance that this won’t be very good and at the very least nowhere as good as the lawyer show ABC recently canceled, Eli Stone. But like Eli Stone, The Deep End features a Veronica Mars alum in Mac and though he is not in the promo Dr. Harold Abbott is the hot blonds’ father. So maybe The Deep End is for lawyer shows what Mercy is for medical shows, so bad it starts to be entertaining. And at the very least it is something to watch until Survivor returns.