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Tuesday, November 6, 2007


Heroes was righteous last night. Past, present, and future. Mystery, romance, suspense. Try to enjoy them while they're on. Those writer jerkoffs in Hollywood decided they have it rough, so they're not going to go to work anymore. If the strike lasts, then in a few weeks there will not be new episodes of Heroes or The Office, and shows that are on hiatus right now (shit like Lost, Weeds, Entourage) are all in jeopardy of being postponed.
I heard that Greg Daniels, the showrunner for The Office is picketing his own set and writer's guild members like B.J. Novack, Mindy Kaling, and Steve Carrell didn't show up to the set of The Office this week either. It's symbolic of a dark future. Just when TV was getting good, and if they don't clear this shit up soon I'm going to have to start finding real people I like as much as Jim and Hiro.
Now all I have to look forward to is $1.50 rails at the Dice.

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