Say What? Our TV Quote of the Day!

“It is frustrating sometimes, on cable, we would’ve been able to have the guys on LONE STAR take off their clothes, the show would’ve pulled 1.3 million viewers and we would’ve declared it a hit because that’s what MAD MEN draws. We would’ve collected a few trophies too, and no one would’ve questioned it.” was FOX Entertainment President Kevin Reilly’s all to accurate response when asked about the challenges of doing a series for broadcast vs. cable at a recent the recent Hollywood Radio and TV Society’s Network Chiefs luncheon in Hollywood.

Say What? Our TV Quote of the Day!

At the risk of completely overhyping tonight’s episode of GLEE — an episode that already combines two of our favorite things in the universe (TV + Grilled Cheese) — comes our TV Quote of the Day from TV Guide Magazine’s Damian Holbrook, who took the words right of our mouth by tweeting the following, “Tonight’s #Glee is their best episode since “Wheels.” If it does not affect you, you are most likely a cyborg. #grilledcheesus”

Say What? Our TV Quote of the Day!

“This is great and exciting news. Also, this seems like an appropriate time for me to announce to NBC that I will not be renewing my contract… with my gym.” said Tina Fey (Nominee for Outstanding Actress, Comedy and Guest Spot for her work on both 30 ROCK and SNL respectively) Adding, “This is great news. We’re grateful and excited. Especially since today is the fifth anniversary of the day NBC forgot to cancel us.”

Say What? Our TV Quote of the Day!

“No, javierbardemjenniferanistonjuliaroberts bradpittelviskatieholmestomcruiseandu2 are not appearing in season 2. But wouldn’t it be fun….” said GLEE producer Dante Di Loreto, who took to twitter last night in an effort to set the record straight with regards to the recent deluge of GLEE season 2 casting rumors.