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Link Tank: TV Blog Coalition Roundup for Sept. 26-28

Televisionary is proud to be a member of the TV Blog Coalition. At the end of each week, we'll feature a roundup of content from our sister sites for your delectation.

This week, I took an advance look at HBO's pond-skipping new comedy Little Britain USA, from the warped minds of David Walliams and Matt Lucas. (Yes, you'll be talking about Mr. Doggy come Monday.)

I also took an early look at the season premiere of CBS' The Amazing Race, offered an online look at the entire Season Two premiere of NBC's Chuck (the first three episodes of which I had reviewed the week before), berated the judges on Project Runway for keeping Kenley around, even after her latest tantrum, and again offered up by thoughts on this week's episode of FOX's Fringe and the season premiere of NBC's The Office.

Elsewhere in the sophisticated TV-obsessed section of the blogosphere, members of the TV Blog Coalition were discussing the following items...
  • After one of the more frustrating Emmy experiences in memory, Buzz proposed five ways to fix the show. (BuzzSugar)
  • Plattie explained exactly why she hates British soaps. (Pop Vultures)
  • Only the boys of The Big Bang Theory could sit through three hours of Heroes and Scooter has thoughts on both season premieres and a few words on How I Met Your Mother. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)
  • Vance is disappointed with buzzworthy shows 90210 and Heroes so far but is totally charmed by Privileged. (Tapeworthy)
  • She's easy to hate -- the Tim Gunn disrespect, the constant laughing, the hyperconfidence -- but Marisa can't help but like Kenley on Project Runway. (TiFaux)
  • Raoul talked to Misha Collins about his role on Supernatural (TV Filter)

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