Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Pop Culture, Briefly

The good news is Rome went out on top.

[12:01:34 AM] Scott says: I even cried.
[12:01:44 AM] Scott says: And if you tell anyone that...

The bad news is the writers of 24 have given up on original material and are now simply running season 2's plot over again. Based on these data points, it is obvious that the new ideal form for television dramas is the massively expensive, uncensored, premium channel, commercial-free jewel that costs such an ungodly amount of money it lasts three seasons at the most.

Professor Yale has a way of dropping strange and interesting turns of phrase while lecturing. Today I recorded his figurative language and, to his delight, gave him the paper with the accounting on it after class.

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