Most Ridiculous People I Have Seen on TV

- MATT PRESTON -
While searching for an image of Matt Preston I found this Amazing video. I think it sums up my feelings immaculately.

But what is missing from that video can be found in this one. Watch. Learn.

Note - 8:20 "The Kebob on The Chest"

- ENZO -

Spencer has finally met his match with Enzo, who is the next generation's Junior.


-NEVAN -

In real life this guy might be less ridiculous and more sad, but his clips on TV were pure comedy.

What Else Am I Watching?


The end of Season One left me feeling a little dissatisfied. So many of the ingredients are there and the show is good, but it feels like a I'm eating a pizza before its been baked. There is a lot of potential here and I have to keep reminding myself that the mania of Buffy doesn't come from watching the first season alone, it is Whedon's ability to create and maintain such a complete landscape and developed story that I have to have faith he has a plan and will be able to execute it.
Season Two is keeping the momentum on the incline, I just can't wait for it pass the threshold..
VERDICT: Watch, but Be Patient


Um, this show is ridiculous. I only watched one episode and I can't really tell if I am amazed or disgusted with it. It is basically The Hills except with dudes selling real estate instead of girls getting catty.
VERDICT: Steer Clear if you have weak stomach.

What Am I Watching?

I know everyone wants to know what I've been watching on TV lately.
Here is a quick recap of my latest obsessions with the most amazing invention ever.


Though Flash Forward has got some key players and laid some interesting and significant plot points down, I can't help but wish they wouldn't bring actors from such an analogous show as Lost, which is still running, even if those characters are gone. I want the show to have its own identity, which it does, I just don't think this helps.
VERDICT #1: Curious but not in Love
VERDICT #2: Where is my Lost countdown clock?


Greek is Good.
This is the kind of show I want to be on when I get home from school (or work) instead of Everybody Loves Raymond reruns or Two and a Half Men (GAG). It is episodic and simple enough that you can miss a few episodes or just jump in the middle and still enjoy, but also carries enough of a story arc to be rewarding.
VERDICT: Don't stay up all night to finish the season, but DO put it on while you are piddling around.