Most Ridiculous People I Have Seen on TV

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.


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.