1. NBC President Ben Silverman: Call us crazy, but we expected more from the man who brought UGLY BETTY and THE OFFICE to America.
2. HEROES: Somebody please be sure to let us know when Bryan Fuller’s first episode premieres.
3. 90210: You know you’re in trouble when the show pulls out the long-lost-crazy brother card a mere half way through the first season.
4. Jay Leno’s New Deal: Will either effectively put the final nail in NBC’s coffin, or completely change the landscape of primetime television forever. Either way, fans of quality scripted fare are pretty much screwed
5. Shonda Rhimes: Between “Ghost Denny,” the never-ending behind-the-scenes controversies (see: Hahn-Gate, T.R. Knight) and the disappointment that is Kate Walsh’s PRIVATE PRACTICE, we have a feeling that no showrunner (or audience for that matter) is as thankful for a fresh start as Shonda Rhimes
6. TRUE BLOOD: Only further validates our belief that Showtime is the new HBO.
7. ELI STONE’s cancellation: And rest assured ABC, we’re not the only ones who are disappointed
8. Mark Paul Gosselaar’s hair on RAISING THE BAR: Mr. Belding called, he wants his wig back from that very special “Big Bopper Belding” episode.
9. FOX’s total lack of support for BACK TO YOU: Kelsey Grammer deserved better
10. Mary McDonnell on GREY’S ANATOMY: So did Mary McDonnell in her first post-BATTLESTAR GALACTICA gig.