11.21.2006

She drives Veronica cars

Time for a good ol' fashioned TV update.
Yes, BSG is still the best show on TV. As my good buddy PJ would say, "If it weren't for BSG, Veronica Mars would be the best show on TV." Hear, hear!
Quippy, at times silly, and always couched in the detective genre, VM rises above its limitations week after week. Even though this season has laid some of the series' more interesting constructs by the wayside (such as the class struggle), VM is still shot and acted better than 99.9% of television shows. So it was with great joy that I read it has been picked up for seven more episodes this season!
Adding to the already impressive list of guest stars--Paris Hilton, Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin, Stephen King, Alyson Hannigan, Charisma Carpenter, Joss Whedon, Ed Begley, Jr., Laura san Giacomo, and Richard Grieco--Patty Hearst (you know, of Stockholm Syndrome fame) will be on tonight's episode. I hope she remembers that you can't wear white after labor day.
Oh, and in case you missed it, the boyfriend (cuz, I guess that's what we're calling each other now) gave me permission to share his blog with you, gentle reader, in a previous post's comments. Please direct all comments regarding said young man to this post's comment section. If you have any questions, I will attempt to answer them as well, unless the question revolves around a topic lascivious in nature.

3 comments:

Tennille said...

Aw, its so adorable that I feel a little nauseous

She said...

Stephen King is a huge fan of Veronica Mars, and boosts it when he can, but has never been on the show. Perhaps you're thinking of Kevin Smith?

I just found BSG this season, and am still catching up on past seasons (on DVD), so I'm not ready to rank it higher than VM, but along with NBC's The Office VM and BSG have to be the cream of television's crop.

jeremy said...

Hey She, you're right! That was a total bad on my part. I was just running thru guests in my mind, and I think I must have been thinking of Kev Smith. Of course, I've read Steve's praise for the show too, so I prolly just made that jump.
And I'm right there with you about the Office and BSG. Those are the only shows on the ol' DVR.