BuzzSugar: We wondered about the worst television shows ever, wondered if the writers’ strike would make us watch more Web-only programming, and got creeped out in a good way by Dexter’s Dark Defender webisodes.
Glowy Box: Liz explained why she supports the WGA, and discovered that The Daily Show is still filming despite the strike. She also debated the difference between being a model video ho and a hoochie video ho on this week’s America’s Next Top Model.
RTVW: We imagined the perfect Dollhouse by playing casting directors for Joss Whedon. Just Jody finally fell for Avatar: The Last Airbender and P-C did a hard-hitting head-to-head comparison of Chuck and Reaper.
Scooter McGavin’s 9th Green: Certainly Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku are enough reasons to watch Dollhouse, but Scooter has come up with ten reasons why he won’t be watching. But it is not like the show will be on any time soon because of the writer’s strike, well that is unless the powers that be check out Scooter’s solution to the strike.
Tapeworthy: Vance wants to give a big Marc-styled “bravo” to the fantastic writers at Ugly Betty for turning Victoria Beckham intentionally funny, giving Christina a plotline and giving Vanessa Williams a career again. He however dislikes another Vanessa for intruding on his pretty friends Dan and Serena on Gossip Girl. And as supportive to the WGA as Vance wants to be, he was still super excited about the new season of The Amazing Race!
Televisionary: Jace kept the masses up-to-date on the WGA strike happenings, took an exclusive first look at the script for NBC’s Knight Rider pilot, thought this week’s backstory-laden installment of Chuck was a significant improvement, and looked forward to the return of Life on Mars.
TiFaux: Last week, Dan took his fetish for all things Canadian to a new level by talking about the brand new, maple-smelling Project Runway Canada. Kyle reached an oasis in the desert of Battlestar Galactica by seeing (and reviewing) Battlestar Galactica: Razor. Meanwhile, Maggie mulled all things Heroes-related, including the fact that Kensei/Adam Monroe is immortal, evil and totally awesome.
The TV Addict: Not surprisingly, this week, The TV Addict is all strike talk 24/7. First, we suggest more creative sign ideas for the striking writers. Then take a break from strike news to post exclusive interviews with Bones star T.J. Thyne and House stars Omar Epps and Jennifer Morrison. Ending off the week with our one idea to ensure the strike ends early: Boycott Reality TV!
TV With MeeVee: We’re pretty heavy on WGA strike talk, including this fabulous post with Mr. Ed! We love the new Playboy show that’s like “The Office” for porn! And then there was the immortal Ro-Ro A No-Go For MSNBC-O.