After the coffee. Before rethinking my priorities in life.
The Skinny: Don't you hate it when when what you are watching on TV seeps into your dreams? My dreams last night were definitely influenced by
Daily Dose: The
Here we Lego again.
Anchorman 2.5. Apparently there were enough jokes left on the floor during the making of "Anchorman 2" for a whole alternative version of the movie.
Against the curve. Lawsuits claiming someone stole somebody else's movie idea are a dime a dozen in Hollywood. But the fight over the
Don't ask, don't tell. The FCC is modifying a survey it plans on conducting this spring regarding television news coverage by local stations. Questions that could be interpreted as seeking to learn more about editorial decision-making will be removed. The survey, aimed to see how local TV stations are meeting public interest requirements when it comes to news coverage, is seen by some -- including FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai -- as an example of a government agency overstepping its role. More from the Washington Post.
Guessing this won't shorten the show. The
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Betsy Sharkey on "Three Days to Kill."
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