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July 9th, 2010 @ 5:47 am
Friday Five: Lessons from Dateline
  1. When in doubt, assume it was the husband. (Second place: The wife.)
  2. If the crime is particularly odd, deranged, strange, or otherwise unusual, assume it occurred in Florida.
  3. It is always a bad idea to join a cult.
  4. If he’s seen one prostitute, he’s likely seen many prostitutes.
  5. Most forms of murder generate a tremendous amount of blood, which can just about never be completely erased from a crime scene.
March 27th, 2009 @ 9:15 am
Friday Five: Dwight’s List

Things to Which Dwight Was Introduced by Angela

  1. pasteurized milk
  2. sheets
  3. monotheism
  4. presents on your birthday
  5. preventative medicine

from “Crime Aid”, The Office, first aired October 23, 2008

January 28th, 2009 @ 12:54 am
Goodbye, Jay Leno

I just saw a commercial for “the last month” of Jay on The Tonight Show. This really, really bothers me. I feel simultaneously like I am losing a close friend and as if he just took over for Johnny a few months ago. It’s like I’m just now getting used to him and I’ve known […]

March 24th, 2006 @ 5:27 pm
NBC Wakes Up

Now, instead of searching the web for “borrowed” NBC highlights, you can go to the source! We’ve taken your viral favorites and gathered them into one convenient location. Watch. React. Tell a friend. In an incredible burst of sanity, NBC has decided to do something sensible. My flabber is gasted. PS: Yes, the Natalie Portman […]

July 28th, 2003 @ 7:20 am
Thanks for the Memories

Six out of seven days each week, for almost a year now, I find myself cutting through the famed NBC Studios in Burbank on my way to work. Every time I do this I am confronted with a large sign that reads Bob Hope Drive and every time my mind instinctively, reflexively shows me a […]

November 8th, 2001 @ 11:33 am
The Weakest Link

I spent the day yesterday on the NBC lot next to the Tonight Show studio (Yes, I saw Jay.) taping an episode of the new, syndicated, daytime version of The Weakest Link. The daytime version only offers a maximum of $75,000 instead of a million, there are six contestants per show, and the host is […]