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Vacation Robo-Post: Recasting Call

Dollhouse‘s second episode airs tonight, and it’s one that I enjoyed much more than I did the pilot. (A third episode—the one airing in two weeks—was not as good, which was one big reason for my recommended-with-reservations review.) This episode did not, though, erase my misgivings about Eliza Dushku as an actress, though she has …

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The Morning After: Robo-Edition

Flesh-James is on vacation this week. While his weak meat-body recuperates from its exertions, this is your daily post to discuss what appeared on your television machine last night. 

Flesh-James shall return next week. As for me, Robo-James, it is back to my day job as a vending machine.

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Vacation Robo-Post: How's Your News?

As you see, I have not posted a Lost review this morning. (The time.com honchos say they plan to have a guest poster review, so if it hasn’t gone up yet, be patient. If all goes according to plan, I will not be watching until tonight on TiVo, so I’ll be avoiding the comments until then.)

One side effect of writing my Lost posts …

Lostwatch: 316

Before you read this post, stop thinking how ridiculous it is, start asking yourself whether or not you believe it’s going to work and watch last night’s Lost.

A Talk With: Elizabeth Diller

This weekend Lincoln Center — which the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Ballet and the Metropolitan Opera all call home — will debut the wonderfully reconfigured building that houses its chamber music auditorium, Alice Tully Hall, plus the Julliard School of Music and the American School of Ballet. That premiere is the …

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Vacation Robo-Post: Lost Discussion Group

For this week’s Lost Day robo-post, I’ll start you off with ABC’s description of tonight’s episode, “316”…

“316” – The way back to the island is revealed to members of the Oceanic 6, but there’s trouble ahead when not all of them wish to return, on “Lost,” WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

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Vacation Robo-Post: Midseason Dreams

It’s midseason, and it’s only getting midseasonier: starting in March, we’ll be seeing a ton of new (and returning) series premieres. Which shows are you most looking forward to—for the spring, the summer, or even beyond?

My partial list:

* Kings (I’ve received review screeners but have not, at this writing, watched)

* The Goode

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