Previously on TV Squad
by Joel Keller, posted Feb 5th 2006 5:11PM
In case you've missed it -- perhaps you were busy making Buffalo wings for your Super Bowl party -- here are some highlights from the last week at TV Squad:
Super Bowl XL
Super Bowl XL
Super Bowl Squares game (closed now, but check the results!)
- Should the NFL let advertisers use the words "Super Bowl"?
- Anna's Super Bowl Guide for Dummies.
- ABC puts a 5-second delay on their Super Bowl broadcast.
- The Five things to watch instead of the Super Bowl.
- Rock Star auditions announced.
- "Grandpa" Al Lewis passes away.
- Nikki Cox and Jay Mohr are engaged (at least Mohr's more plausible than Bobcat Goldthwait).
- CBS.com will sell new episodes of Survivor for download.
- Christian groups criticize upcoming Will & Grace episdoe.
- Heather Locklear files for divorce from Richie Sambora.
- Amanda Peet signs on for new Aaron Sorkin show.
- Full House's Stephanie dicusses meth addiction.
- Gibson and Sawyer to sub for Woodruff on World News Tonight.
- John Roberts to move from CBS to CNN.
- Are you going to watch the Winter Olympics?
- Is America finally getting tired of Dr. Phil?
- Should our own Sarah Gilbert make the Taco Town "taco"?
- Are there any good shows you keep forgetting to watch?
- Why is Idol sending bad singers to Hollywood?
- Is Bob Woodruff's war injury getting too much attention?
- The inevitable happens as lawsuits against author James Frey are filed.
- Movies Jonathan would like to see made into TV shows.
- Hottest female TV personalities over 60.
- HGTV shows Anna is addicted to.
- Past Survivors that should be sent to Exile Island.
- Adam loves Kerri Kenney-Silver of Reno 911!
- He also thinks that TV characters must all be deaf.
- Dave Chappelle wasn't very clear on Oprah, according to Anna.
- Adam digs up a Hanna-Barbera-themed Kings Island brochure from 1972.
- Bob's wonders why Idol said they had auditions in Austin when they really didn't.
- He also hates it when a show's credits are sped up and pushed to the side.
- I really enjoyed Craig Ferguson's tribute to his dad on The Late Late Show.