What's Going To Happen This Summer?

Good question, hypothetical reader. Since TV season is effectively over (there are still a few shows that have yet to air their season finales, but none that I watch), and this blog is about TV, I have to figure out what (and if) I'm going to write about this summer.
Some Ideas:

1. I watched "So You Think You Can Dance" on Thursday, and I must say, I was not impressed. However, I'd be willing to give it a chance (and recap it here) once they get past the audition stage. And I can already tell that the SYTYCD host, Cat Deely, is about 1000000000000 times better then Ryan Seascrest. So there is that.

2. I could also write about past shows/past seasons of current shows. I promised my friend Livie that I would write about "Veronica Mars" at some point, and I did just get the first two seasons of "How I Met Your Mother" on DVD, so that's another option.

3. I could write about nothing and spend my summer at the pool. Actually, I'll be at the pool a lot anyway, but I could take a break from the blog if there's nothing worth writing about.

4. Dangit, I was trying to come up with five different options...

5. ...but it seems like I only have three.

Please post in comments which of these sounds best (or, ya know, just tell me, cause I know probably 90% of the people who read this blog).


Anonymous said...

I'd love to read about VM, being a total VM groupie and all...you could review other older shows, too (x-files - which season is the best?) - everyone's going to be watching reruns this summer - you could give us your thoughts on what to watch.

50 said...

Hey Maddy -- it's your neighbor, Maggy. thanks for coming to the party the other day so I could see how ur all growed up now :D

I was just reading your blog and wanted to let you know how much I enjoy it. This kind of writing is hard to do well, but you're doing it in a most interesting way.

I saw something in the WashPost that I wanted to pass along about what's going on with summer TV now that the series are in reruns.


It's by Robin Givhan and about the new reality (and too much of it) shows.

Swing by anytime if u ever want to talk about Web stuff.


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