A little while ago I wrote a post about smelling death on Fox's Terminator show. I've seen it (twice now) and death may not be immediate but I think inevitable. And by inevitable I don't mean in 7 years (or seasons). Not only does the addition of certain cast members (yeah MauriceSmith, The 4400 has been cancelled, a few seasons too late, BTW) mark almost certain death but there doesn't seem to be many places they can go. Besides, Fox has a habit of going big and canceling early. What this show has going for it is the writer's strike. Based on that I'll give it a season and a half, maybe two and a half (because I know that Fox was nice enough to give Arrested Development 3 seasons, and I'm serious about that).
Givin you the hizzy - D at 10:00 AM
This was too good to pass up. The only song of Bjork's that I have ever really liked was Army Of Me. Since then I have listened to most of her albums and can't figure out who listens to and likes that "stuff". At any rate I read this article on USA Today and figure that Bjork must have finally loaded up her iPod with all of her albums and had nothing else to listen to on the airplane ride.
Givin you the hizzy - D at 9:53 AM