Low expectations have yielded positive feedback from moviegoers, but this mediocre film should have been an 8-hour mini-series.
The TV Viewer's Diary previews the Alias series finale.
Jeff Kouba, Mary Kay Williams, and Victor Lana -- our 24 specialists -- speculate on rumors, possible endings, and Audrey's white blouse.
The TV Viewer's Diary bids farewell to the 1970s.
The TV Viewer's Diary survives an Invasion.
This was another one of HBO’s no-holds-barred, gritty, high-quality documentaries on touchy subjects.
The TV Viewer's Diary gets decapitated by CSI.
Spike Lee is still clinging to the ridiculous myth that the right man (i.e. caring, tender, sensitive) can “cure” lesbianism.
Blogcritics discuss Da Vinci with the best of them.
Robson Green is the man you want when you have a subtly-damaged, slightly-weird, very intelligent role to cast on BBC TV.
The first in a series of posts analyzing the 2006-2007 primetime schedules of the major broadcast networks.
Forward, into the past!
Not realizing they're con artists is odd, but falling in love in two days?
Photoshop enthusiasts, here's your chance to put your talents to the test, and perhaps learn some new tricks along the way.
Renaissance man gets an honorary degree and offers an education.
If your team misses a deadline, who is responsible? Unfortunately, the answer is you.
A Canadian band answers Canadian trivia. How do they do?
Dear Elsa, I've never gotten into a real relationship...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 22, 2006
I may have cured my shyness by torturing myself with doses of what ailed me.
Brokeback is banned from school, the Dixie Chicks aren't ready to make nice, and 7th Heaven fans are still in heaven.
This Week: Blogging, Blackmail, and The Buffet of the Ultra Buff!
To coincide with the launch of New Super Mario Bros. and the DS Lite, Nintendo of America presents a video podcast series.
The GDCTV network lets gamers download full sessions of major gaming conferences, including the big Game Developers Conference.
Finally a way to shut up those kids, and adults, on long car rides.
Several titles are coming the PSP's way during the week of May 22, including FIFA World Cup 2006.
Sonic ran so fast he ended up where he started.
There is a god.
Computers, cell phones, and iPods are becoming extensions of television networks.
Pearl Jam is offering a free Creative Commons-licensed music video over Google Video until 24 May.
The British Conservative Party is trying to limit the BBC's online activities to protect smaller companies from the media powerhouse.
The next great thing: downloading movies to your computer. But how good is it, really?
The new game show is coming this fall and combines the Internet, TV and possibly the real world.
If you enjoy Jean Auel's Earth's Children series, or Colleen McCullough's Ancient Rome books, you should read this.
Mental challenges for people on the go.
Not just how to get rich, but why.
Re-writes and editing were not just exercises in cleaning and polishing, but a means of reintroducing myself to the characters.
If you ever wondered (among other things) what all those odd symbols on a dollar bill stand for, then this is the book for you.
Something that you'd expect to hear at a self-respecting and hip lounge.
True tales of an anonymous punk rocker, part seven.
Later this year, The Doors will release a plethora of new goodies to keep the legend alive.
Not ready for Vegas, Alice Cooper remains a mesmerizing, effortlessly brilliant performer, touring with sharp, young sidemen.
Under new Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq finally has a fully formed and functional government with all of the factions participating.
Is there a political Gatorade prescription for "conservative fatigue"?
Some are amazed that this time it is a Black Democrat who stands accused, but I say BS.
No team deserves to lose tonight.
If Barry Bonds moves to the American League, is the chase tainted even more?
Barry Bonds and Albert Belle both had big weeks. Such different endings for stars of the last decade.
It’s the end of another week, so here’s your weekly antidote to the lame imitation of our Ramble.