TV Talk From Fellow TV Addicts

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Buzz had a blast moderating the Chuck panel at WonderCon in San Francisco — check out her recap of the proceedings! (BuzzSugar)

Is a “bad” U2 album still better than anything else on the radio? Scooter puts that theory to the test with the release of No Line on the Horizon. (Scooter McGavin’s 9th Green)

Vance has his dukes claws up and is ready to totally defend The Bachelor‘s Jason Mesnick for dumping that harpy Melissa and getting back with Molly. Maybe it’s a guy thing (and sees nothing wrong with it), but Vance is totally ready to take this outside. (Tapeworthy)

This week, Jace took another look back at the New Romantics era by taking second look at BBC America’s Ashes to Ashes. (Televisionary)

Dan may have misgivings about musical comedy as a genre — but even he is excited about the idea of Victor Garber and Kristin Chenoweth on the new show Glee. (TiFaux)

Jennifer was shocked to see the huge ratings for Tom Selleck’s TV movie and wondered why Magnum P.I. can’t make it to the big screen. (Tube Talk)

Matt’s hidden camera inside the bedroom of Jennifer Love Hewitt proves she isn’t actually knocked up – so there must be a little Ghost Whisperer in Melinda Gordan’s future. (TV Fanatic)

Special relationship or not, we Brits get to see Lost a week or so later than our cousins across the Pond. And so, better late than never, Ben tries to make sense of The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham. (TV Spy)

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