The Upstate Life
The Upstate Life

Friday, December 03, 2004
Curb Your Enthusiasm Dude, The Killers Are Performing

Arrested Development Season 1 came in the mail yesterday and I've been watching it non-stop. The fact that I watched both the regular and extended, unaired pilot speaks for itself. The current season has been hysterical thus far and I'm hoping more people tune in to watch and keep this gem on the air. Of course, I'm sure Rupert Murdoch and Co. will find someway to bury it, much like the way of Futurama, Family Guy, and so on. Hopefully, the Emmy they so rightfully deserved will wake people up and make them tune into a smart, witty program than watching tripe like Wife Swap. David Cross definitely needs some more airtime on the show, and though I am aware he is only a supporting character, he's a hilarious guy. If you've never watched Mr. Show, then you wouldn't understand. I've contemplated buying that series on DVD as well, but I'm still leaning towards Curb Your Enthusiasm as my next of probably many TV series purchases.

On deck for TUL this weekend is the BB&T Tournament this Saturday and Sunday. The Terps will be taking on George Mason in the first round and will then play the winner of the MSU/GW match-up. After Tuesday's crushing defeat to Wisconsin, TUL is highly confident the Terrapins will be able to win the Championship on Sunday and demonstrate to Michigan State how to Fear the Turtle.

Why was The OC playing Ambulance LTD last night? One thing's for sure, I guess people really don't care when The Killers play live, whether it's in fictional or non-fictional based surroundings.

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