Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Some love for ya and other updates

I LOVE YOU! I love you guys, I really do! Let's Talk is still going strong, even though Alias has been laid to rest. We still have tons to talk about and re-examine and I am so glad that you all stop in daily and share your piece. Thanks to Jenn for keeping the ideas flowing and to all the old and new bloggies for your support and loyalty. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Now, I have some big news: I am starting a new blog! Are you surprised? This will make lucky number 7 for me and I am thrilled. This blog is going to be homebase for all the other blogs- focused on a plethora of intelligent television shows, including comedy, drama and the all fabulous reality TV. There will be in-depth articles on all the new fall shows, the good, the bad and the ugly. There will be character sketches from a variety of sitcom and drama programs and tons of updates, recaps and inside information. Think Kristin at E! with more in-depth reviews and literary talk!

The page is not up and running just yet. My room mate is helping me design a classy banner and I am still working out the logistics for content. It will be called Primetime Princess, so keep your eyes and ears open for the launch.

On to more pressing issues- well, on to more fun stuff: Don't forget to vote for your season 2 favorites. Check out the article below and e-mail me your picks by Friday! Stay tuned for a Scene Cap of the Day- I got a good one!


lhaaheim said...


I like the title! Good choice!!!

jenn256 said...

I can't believe you are starting another blog! you do realize that when mid-September rolls around you will be a typing, blogging mess! But it sounds like a fun new blog, and if some of our LTA blogies and your sining shower bloggies join, then it should be great fun!

Glad to be of help with the ideas, and I still have a couple to throw at you when the awards things is over. But after that....the well is running dry!

Page48 said...

Good work Girlscout, you're the new Oprah!

As far as Alias being "laid to rest", there was a time when people thought Star Trek was done. I think Spock was 89 years old in the last original cast Star Trek movie. It ain't over till it's over.

Heck, I hear Adam West still wants to play Batman. Atta boy, Adam.

Are you listening JG et al?

lhaaheim said...

I agree page48, though Alias may have ended it is not dead yet!!! We just have to make sure it lives on like Star Wars, Star Trek and LOTR etc.