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March 12, 2008

Pencil in some primetime

by Sophie Schwadron, Online Editor-in-Chief
The labor dispute at the core of the Writer's Guild of America strike cost billions of dollars and put thousands of people out of work, but most viewers can only testify to one travesty: falling out of touch with weeknight television. Many shows will either resume in the next two months or be re-launched in the fall, and Silver Chips Online has the details on what to expect and what not to miss for all those suffering from primetime amnesia.









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  • amazing! on March 18, 2008 at 6:02 PM
    I really enjoy television. In fact, I spend all day watching it so this was a very useful guide for me. I also really enjoy this format and Sophie Schwadron.
  • Totes fab on March 22, 2008 at 8:19 PM
    I have to say, the way this story is organized is so cool. At first I was confused because I wondered why there were only two summary things for the whole story but then I realized you can CLICK ON THE DIFFERENT NETWORKS!!!!!! So cool. Also, I totally ditto the part about annoying Erica in Grey's. She's just so annoying; walking in and thinking she owns the place. What's up with that. Why does the Steamster like her? What ever, who likes HIM for that matter? Oh yeah, and your gossip girl analysis is right on! Dan is SUCH a stud muffin.
  • amazing! on March 25, 2008 at 10:30 AM
    Look, Totes fab: You can't blame everything on that skanky Erica. McSteamy's gotta take some of it too (the blame, that is).
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