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NCIS:

The finale was really good, but you need to make sure you see the previous episode or you may find yourself a little lost. Spoiler alert: they killed off the director, but we all new that was coming, why else would they bringing up Jenny’s possible involvement in that murder. What’s a finale without a cliff hanger! The newly promoted director, Vance, split up the team! Gibbs was given a pile of folders with information on his new team. DiNozzo was sent to some naval ship, and McGee was transferred to work on the navy’s computers. I doubt this break up will last, we can expect to have the beginning of the next season focus on bringing the team back together.

Personally over the summer I going to miss Duckey’s assistant, Palmer,

He’s very hot, love the scientist look and sex in a morgue very kinky!

Bones:

The finale was full of twists and turns, a new suspect appeared in every other scene. Although I am a little worried that they summed up all the major story lines, and it became more a series finale than season finale. Were they unsure about returning, I hope not! Spoiler alert: I totally thought they brought Sweets on to be the apprentice, never expected Zack, guess you have to look out for the naïve innocents.

Personally I:

Love the bath scene, it was hilarious

Loved watching Bones nock Booth out, you go girl!

Wonder who will replace Zack?

Glad they are keeping Sweets, adds good comedy relief!

How I met your mother:

The finale was Hilarious! What else would you expect? Spoiler alert: Ted ends up in a car accident and Barney gets hit by a bus running to the hospital to visit him. Ted is completely fine but realizes how much he loves the doctor and proposes. Barney is the funniest person ever in a body cast! Plus we find out that he is totally in love with Robin, I never saw that coming. Top three scenes in this episode:

“There’s one bones that’s not broken”

The pencil up Barney’s nose was great

“I have a giant head”

House:

Finale was great! It is actually two episodes so don’t watch just the last because it makes no sense on its own. House’s and Wilson’s friendship is totally pushed to the brink when House is unable to figure out what is wrong with Wilson’s love Amber. Spoiler alert: House is in a bus accident with Amber and suffers severe head trauma. He is unable to remember events, just has a sense that someone will die if he doesn’t remember. The two episodes are spent with House using various unprecedented and extremely harmful methods to bring back his memory. Even with all of House’s efforts and genius they are unable to save Amber. Wilson’s attempts push House to the brink and the episode totally cuts off with him in a coma.

Ugly Betty:

The finale was very funny and of course full of “Betty” drama! Spoiler alert: Geo and Betty are starting to really hit it off and he invites her to join him on a trip to Rome. Unfortunately Henry shows up again and proposes to Betty. I’m sorry if Henry needs to go take care of his new baby and Charlie! If he was so in love with Betty all this time why was he sleeping with Charlie while flirting with Betty? We know she made a choice but they left of hanging as to whom. My vote is definitely for Geo! Betty is the only one with tons of Drama! Daniel apparently has son with a French supermodel who has recently died and left him the sole guardian. If that wasn’t enough to deal with Alexa totally went behind her mother’s and Daniel’s back and gave Willimina MODE! So Mom and Brother are totally upset as they should be

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In honor of all the men who are going to be dragged kicking and screaming to the Sex and the City movie at the end of this month, we decided to look back at some of the worst movies in the genre. Not all chick flicks are bad, but what about those sappy messes that even women can
’t stomach? Here’s our list of the 20 worst chick flicks of all time.

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NBC Fall 08 Schedule

From Tvguide.com

Monday, Sept. 22:
Heroes, 8 pm (premiere: 9 pm)

Tuesday, Sept. 23:
Law & Order: SVU, 10 pm

Wednesday, Sept. 24:
Knight Rider, 8 pm
Lipstick Jungle, 10 pm

Thursday, Sept. 25:
My Name Is Earl, 8 pm
The Office, 9 pm
ER, 10 pm

Monday, Sept. 29:
Chuck, 8 pm
My Own Worst Enemy, 10 pm

Thursday, October 9:
Kath & Kim, 9:30 pm

Friday, October 17:
Crusoe, 8 pm

Thursday, October 30:
30 Rock, 8:30 pm

NBC Fall 08 Schedule

From Tvguide.com

Monday, Sept. 22:
Heroes, 8 pm (premiere: 9 pm)

Tuesday, Sept. 23:
Law & Order: SVU, 10 pm

Wednesday, Sept. 24:
Knight Rider, 8 pm
Lipstick Jungle, 10 pm

Thursday, Sept. 25:
My Name Is Earl, 8 pm
The Office, 9 pm
ER, 10 pm

Monday, Sept. 29:
Chuck, 8 pm
My Own Worst Enemy, 10 pm

Thursday, October 9:
Kath & Kim, 9:30 pm

Friday, October 17:
Crusoe, 8 pm

Thursday, October 30:
30 Rock, 8:30 pm

Kyle Busch is a young driver for Joe Gibbs Racing. He currently drives the #18 M&M Toyota and is the points leader in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. His aggressive style of driving and initial negative fan response has recently been compared to the late Dale Earnhardt Sr. However I feel that his lack of sportsmanship and his cocky attitude is sorely being overlooked. I have no problem with his aggressive driving or spinning out NASCAR favorite Earnhardt Jr. It’s the comments he makes after the races. The majority of aggressive drivers make a point to apologize for putting fellow racers lives at risk. They are humble and complement their opponent, by stating, “We were racing hard and these things happen.” Kyle Busch on the other hand continues to trash talk his opponents and blames them for not getting out of his way, even though the majority of drivers have much more experience.

read the D.C. Sports Blog:

http://blog.washingtonpost.com/dcsportsbog/2008/05/kornheiser_takes_buyout.html