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Rats, I thought I caught my misspelled one. If you can find it in your hearts to forgive me, please see below.
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Here are my theories:
1. A satire of celebrity gossip blogs
2. An SEO maneuver to gain advertising traffic from people who look up Topher Grace
3. A social experiment/prank to see whether we will read and comment on something we don’t care about just because it’s on a blog we like
Congrats on your new intern Edie Sedgwick, videogum! Am I pretending right?
I just like how it said ” im a vigilante who lives by his own rules.”
Jay Leno: Secrets
Now that would be a cute story
Conan: “One day, all of this will be yours.”
I’m excited about this.
My favorite vgum comment so far
Or a little Teamosyl
In the interest of facts. Jay did not announce his retirement. He WAS “pushed out.” He is not funny and should have been pushed out, but he did not make the choice as you say.
I think he was joking about freedom of speech.
No, YOU shut up!!!!!!!
The Simpsons is still one of the best shows on television, my wife and I watch it and laugh every week as appointment viewing, and it’s such a bummer that people who just don’t like it anymore feel they have to justify it by saying it’s because the show is bad.
But what I’m asking is, if the watch the affiliate news for the news, why did they suddenly stop watching it when the Jay Leno show came on? They watch whatever local news is on after whatever they were watching at 10? If this is the case, then I say the challenge is to make an 11 pm news people WANT to tune in to, rather than to spend millions creating a 10 pm show so that people will accidentally watch yours.
I agree with all the main points. Jay Leno is not funny at all, COnan is very funny, going backwards doesn’t solve things, etc. I just saw COnan’s taping two days ago, and loved it.
But one thing I’ve never understood is the idea of the “lead-in”. Does anyone here ever, and I mean ever, turn one channel on and leave it on from 8 pm to 12:30 am? Or EVEN from 10 pm to 11:30 pm? All TV stories talk about this, and I don’t get it at all. Is it possible there are people somewhere who still don’t have remotes, and they turn the TV on but can’t be bothered to get up and change it because they prefer Dave or Conan?
Here’s an alternate possibility:
Affiliate news shows are terrible. When they have a show before them with an audience who tries to keep up on the news (college-educated?), some people see a promo and stay tuned. But no one ever tunes in just to them, because they are terrible. Then, they put a show that has a fairly incurious audience (THe JAY LENO show) or, at least, generously, one who prefers the big news shows to local news, so they turn off Jay at 11 and turn on “Friends” reruns or something. And since no one was tuning into those news shows before, because they suck, now REALLY no one is watching them.
Then, Conan goes on at 11:30, and millions of people love him, but it’s not enough millions, because even though most people that like Conan also liked Dave, now somehow unless COnan beats Dave, which nobody really wants to happen because they like Dave and it’d be sad, Conan’s a failure. A failure who millions of people love and watch every day.
Sherlock Homes: Fun
Up in the Air: Bummer
Hey, did you guys know that comedian Justin Timberlake used to be in *nysync?
lololo OMG best!!! You should get a job captioning! HAhahahahha