For Rebecca's (who does so much for so many), I'm noting that "Revenge" returns Wednesday night on ABC's last hour of prime time. This will be the first of six episodes in a row.
A number of you really don't believe that I'm not going to start watching "Body of Proof" again. I'm not. Sorry.
I'll start covering a new show, probably tomorrow night.
(I already know which one.)
Have I ever dropped a show before? Yeah. "American Dad." Last season was awful. This one's a little better. The fourth season was probably the best there was.
Roger and Hailey were a great team. And, in real life, that's Seth doing voice work with his sister. So it was kind of surprising that the show then pulled them apart as a team and made us suffer instead through more hijinks of Roger and Steve. Steve is really lame and tired.
And when you're pairing Roger and Steve, you're really just doing Stewie and Brian. Just copying them.
I watch the show now if someone tells me it was funny or that Roger dressed up or something. But it's just not as good without Roger and Hailey as a team. (I don't mean romantic.)
The best episodes included when Hailey and Roger both fell for the same college guy (and the professor of them was crazy) and when Hailey and Roger competed to see who was the prettier woman and ended up in a college dog fight.
Like the Lil Taylor and River Phoenix film "Dog Fight." That was a really good movie. Nancy Savocca directed it. It's set in the 60s. Lili's a devoted Joan Baez fan and River's in the military and the war on Vietnam is taking place. He actually only speaks to her at the start because he wants to win the contest/fight.
The way a guy wins is he shows up with the ugliest woman (the dog).
But on that episode of "American Dad," Roger shoves his 'IUD' in -- a lint brush. And it opens with them in the mall at the make up counter.
Roger: Lydia says I'm an autumn.
Haley tells him she's been standing there the whole time and no one has talked to him. He calls her jealous and has a 'nip slip.' It's very funny.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"