THINGS I'M EXCITED TO SEE ON MY DVR:
30 Rock - after a bumpy guest-heavy first half of the season, the show is firing on all cylinders and has finally figured out what to do with Jane Krakowski (by basically making her a white, female Tracy Jordan)
Lost - Creative, compelling, and only boring when Jack or Kate is on screen.
Ace of Cakes - The most feel-good, mellow, show on television. I had no idea this toy even existed until M@ got it for my birthday!
Time Warp - on Discovery. It's like Mythbusters with less annoying hosts and lots of slow-mo photographry (hence, the title). Want to see how beautiful gumballs in a blender is at 10,000 frames per second? Tune in.
Chopped - On Food Network. Sure its a rip-off of Top Chef, but its basically a whole season in 1 hour, which is pretty rad.
Ben 10: Alien Force - I'm little late into the Ben 10 game, having not really cared for the original younger series, but now really enjoying this quasi-teenage Green Lantern-ish show.
Batman: Brave and the Bold - In some ways, the perfect polar opposite the 90's classic series. Capital F - U - N.
When Weather Changed History - Watch as mother nature routinely rips people a new one, and then find out why.
The West Wing - reruns on Bravo are still better than most scripted dramas currently airing.
Fringe - They're all siting on my DVR. I haven't watched them yet. I hear its been getting better, and that Anna Torv is getting less and less like driftwood.
The Suze Orman Show - I'm obsessed, and saddend that CNBC doesn't really rerun previous episodes (I know they're uber-topical, and probably dated beyong beliefe, but c'mon!)