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TiVo Overload

Just a quick post today. I'm still in Aspen after the simply amazing HBO/US Comedy Arts Festival. While the festival may have wrapped and the brilliantly hued tent is being dismantled, you can still feel the energy of the festival lingering on.

Meanwhile, my thoughts turn to my beloved TiVo back home, which is becoming more and more crammed full of programs (in a sign of increasing co-dependence, I can feel the unit becoming clogged with data). Waiting for me back home: Beauty and the Geek, Black Books, The Simpsons, Big Love, The New Adventures of Old Christine (x2), The Unit, The Amazing Race... and the list goes on and on.

While I attempt to recover from the excesses of the past few days, I look forward to catching up with my old friends on TiVo.

What's On Tonight

8 pm: NCIS (CBS); Most Outrageous Moments/Most Outrageous Moments (NBC); Gilmore Girls (WB); According to Jim/According to Jim (ABC); American Idol (FOX; 8-10); America's Next Top Model (UPN; 8-10)

9 pm: The Unit (CBS); Scrubs/Scrubs (NBC); Supernatural (WB); Sons & Daughters/Sons & Daughters (ABC)

10 pm: The Amazing Race (CBS); Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC); Boston Legal (ABC)

What I'll Be Watching

Gilmore Girls is a repeat and I'll be stuck on a plane travelling back from Aspen this evening, but I'll be TiVo'ing The Unit and The Amazing Race. And Sons & Daughters for good measure as well... just to see what happens in week two.

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