I nominate mueXog as "Brasky 2.0"
thank you, sensei!
I take that as a compliment, I find your posts to be some of the most helpful and informative around. I try to be as helpful with posting any interesting comedy news I come across. A "BillBrasky rip-off" is a title I'll happily accept
Danny Pudi and Yvette Nicole Brown are on the premiere of "The Pyramid" tonight on the Game Show Network, which is an updated version of the "$100,000 Pyramid" game show.
It airs tonight at 6 PM EST.
Message from Dino:
LAST CHANCE TO GET ON THIS, LETS DO THIS AST!
Donald Glover is developing a new show for NBC to possibly star in.
The article claims it's in second position to Community, so I guess this doesn't mean we're getting any bad news (yet)
For some reason I thought that NBC was ending Community, Parks, and 30 Rock with these 13 episode seasons but the news of Glover doing another show has, ironically, given me hope that I just read that info wrong somewhere.
I obviously have nothing interesting to add to this conversation.
WHY DO YOU HATE US NBC?!?!
I'm sad that I don't know if I care anymore.
This is so shortsighted. NBC is so busy creaming itself over the fact that "Go On" and "The New Normal" are doing relatively well that they haven't stopped to think why. IT'S BECAUSE "THE VOICE" IS ON RIGHT BEFORE THEM. Once "The Voice" is not on anymore, I don't think anyone's going to give a crap about "Go On" or "The New Normal". What have the DVD sales for "Community" been like? Pretty good I bet. I guarantee more people are going to buy the Community DVD sets in years to come than will buy "Go On- The Complete First Season".
Doesn't anyone have the foresight to see that a show like "Community" has a longer shelf life than a show like "Go On"? Will "Go On" really be able to go five, six, seven seasons like "The Office", "Parks & Rec', and "30 Rock" have?
I know that "2 1/2 Men" is the highest rated sitcom on the air, but does anyone actually LIKE it? That shouldn't be the model that people should be aspiring to. Does everything have to be about money, does quality count for nothing these days?
Edit: I guess stepping back and looking at this without anger, it's not the worst situation in the world. Maybe "Whitney" will end up going to Wednesdays along with "Guys With Kids" and "Community" will return to Thursdays where it belongs (replacing the not-doing-so-great "Up All Night"). NBC has to realistically figure that this will probably be "Community"'s last season, so they have to have something to fill "30 Rock" and "Community'"s place after their runs are over. Like other people are saying, I guess maybe "Go On" and the Michael J. Fox show are going to be the cornerstones of their Thursday night schedule next season. That still seems like a step backwards to me, but oh well.
Last edited by BillBrasky; October 9, 2012 at 7:44 AM.