nov 9

Studio 60 Next Year

Eat it, suckas! Studio 60, full season. (Seriously though, the show isn't that awesome -- it's just better than almost any tv drama today.)


You should really try watching "The Wire" or "Big Love" or "The Closer" or "Rescue Me" and the list goes on and on... Though I will continue to watch "Studio 60" because I'm curious if they can EVER produce a funny sketch on the show within a show.

posted by Paige at 5:50 PM on November 9, 2006

You think Rescue Me is better than Studio 60? You're so broken.... and a broken record on this sketch within a sketch thing!

posted by Rex at 5:59 PM on November 9, 2006

And House! House has the best writing on television.

posted by Kate at 6:00 PM on November 9, 2006

Does this mean Season 2, or just that they're going to let them produce the next 13 episodes of season 1?

Either way, I still can't believe how much you like this show.

posted by adm at 6:33 PM on November 9, 2006

I love Studio 60, but it's definetley not the best show on TV. I've been much more surprised, and interested, in Friday Night Lights. Not to mention the usual suspects like Lost and Veronica Mars. And Im sure someone is gonna say Battlestar eventually, so I'll throw that one out too.

posted by Pudie at 6:41 PM on November 9, 2006

Oh dammit, you're totally right -- it's not a second season. Fixed.

posted by Rex at 6:42 PM on November 9, 2006

Drama! I said "almost any tv drama"!

(Lost is of course better. Friday Night Lights sucks. And Veronica Mars is my favorite show on tv -- but it's hard to call it a drama, exactly.)

posted by Rex at 6:47 PM on November 9, 2006

And why do people only comment on my site when I mention Studio 60? That's so weird!

posted by Rex at 6:48 PM on November 9, 2006

It is weird how big of response you get to Studio 60 posts. Ha ha.

Now...can we talk about tonight's The Office. S E X U A L T E N S I O N!

posted by Weierd at 11:08 PM on November 9, 2006

That IS weird. Hmm. I do it. Perhaps you have discovered another of those neverending 50/50 issues like abortion. 30 years from now, our kids will be debating whether the dialogue is believable or picking apart the show within a show sketches.

posted by Eric at 11:30 PM on November 9, 2006

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