I'm 8 episodes into the forth season of "The Wire" and it continues to be the best show in existence. If "Heroes" beats it or "Friday Night Lights" (which I'm also rooting for) in the TV critics awards thingee, I will throw a tantrum. I wrote an email to my parents and my brother yesterday telling them to watch The Wire or else, but then my brother wrote back and said he told me about the show two years ago and said that it was about time I started listening to him. Then he said:
"Also, its the only TV show I know of where there has been documented cases of real life criminals copying the show (drug dealers in New York)."
Why is that so awesome? I tried to watch "The Shield" the other day but it was so horribly bad in comparison that I sent it back after barely making it through the pilot.
I feel boring.
Ooh! I do think that people who write to shows to tell them what to do or not to do are delusional. As much as I would love to rewrite all of Smallville and make it gayer and, you know, *good*, I can't imagine getting so irate that I would be all, MUST WRITE LETTER OF OUTRAGE THIS INSTANT.
The whole world revolves around me and the things that I want and like. I'm surprised you weren't notified. Please fire the entire cast of the show except for Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum and have them do nothing but blow each other in every single episode from here on in. If you don't, I will be very upset and I may send more letters.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.