Now that I am teaching nights three times a week Ugly Betty, 30 Rock and House are out until I get a tivo. With Studio 60 gone, the only thing I watched this week -- and the only thing I will watch in future weeks I imagine -- was LOST, but of course you should talk about whatever TV you like.
Spoiler-free notes on Lost that I will expand in the comments: This was a good but not a great episode, because it made one very common screenwriting mistake twice. You have a great idea of where you want your characters to be or get to, but then you have trouble because you don't know how to get them there or you don't want what you invented to cause future problems. I know people who thought the whole thing was stupid but I disagree -- it had some great moments and images, and was a pretty good story overall.
Saul of the Molemen. This was a show that I did not like very much at first -- I enjoy, but am also getting a bit tired of, the way cartoon network takes every single show the audience enjoyed in its childhood and spoofs it by making it grim or insane. Robot Chicken, a very weak show, is the big offender but the pattern was already there: Space Ghost is an idiot, Sealab is insane -- on Robot Chicken this becomes Fincher's Seven in Smurf Village, the Peanuts Gang grown up as heroin addicts, Skeletor needs to go to the dentist, and so on. When they ran out of cartoons they hit claymation (Morel Orel) and with Saul, Land of the Lost. But Brad argues that the show is great because it works on more than one level -- the story is fictional of course (there are no such thing as Molemen) but so is the actor playing Saul (he is not a bad actor in purpose, he is playing a bad actor playing Saul). I am still thinking about this, but will admit that the show can be pretty funny. Perhaps Brad will show up and say more. Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job has just lost me -- I don't hate it but I don't get it.