stupid writer’s strike

I love Jon and Stephen. I watch them whenever it’s a new episode. This has always been the one hour of television that nothing interrupted. No cleaning, no twittering, nothing but funny television. I don’t want to blame the writer’s strike for anything, BUT lately I’ve been getting distracted during the power hour of television. In fact, last night I got so distracted that I don’t even know who the guest was or what they talked about. This may be the only benefit to the writer’s strike, but at least it’s a good one. I’m not sure the good outweighs the bad though. Stephen and Jon are only four nights a week. That leaves three nights to do other things. I have five children. I NEED my four nights of funny. I can live with just three nights of distractions. Bring the writers back NOW!

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  1. The writer’s strike is the newest idea these writers have had in years. By the time that they are done most shows will lost a major portion of their viewing audiences. And with the FCC push for conversion to exclusively high priced digital cable next year, I can see the TV industry circling the drain in the near future. I mean, who wants to pay more money for the shows we’ve already seen, with the exception of those people paying for HBO?

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