Rizzoli and Isles closed out their first season with quite a bang last night. Good job. If they do another season, I'm in. I'm a little disappointed that 10 episodes constitutes a season these days but I suppose that's just as well. Hard to keep the writing up or my gnat-like attention span for 22-24 episodes. The Dick Van Dyke Show did 30-32 quality episodes every season for five years but that kind of quality and talent is rare. By the way, the cool Irish music for this show is supposedly not The Dropkick Murphys. Whoever it is below, enjoy. :)
One of the many problems of calling a lot of media attention to yourself is that they'll sometimes pay a lot of attention. Some of the media won't want to report what everyone else is reporting so they'll look elsewhere for a story. If there is one, they'll probably find it. That item would have gone unnoticed forever had The Good Pastor not thrust himself into the limelight. It's not going away now.
About last night's ALL-AFC Monday Night NFL doubleheader: I only watched about 10 minutes of each game so take what I say with a few pounds of salt. Three of the four teams were playoff teams last season and fancy themselves as Super Bowl contenders this season but, by far, the most exciting team I saw last night was the fourth team, the Kansas City Chiefs. They have some exciting young players and are going to be a handful for anyone in Arrowhead. Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster are a blast to watch. Enjoy that team, KC. They're a fun bunch.
- You Love The Thunder - Jackson Browne - Running On Empty
- Closer - Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
- The Flower Of Carnage - 梶芽衣子 - Kill Bill, Vol. 1
- Mister Superstar - Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar
- Brown Sugar - The Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks, 1964-1971 [Disc 2]
Whether it’s truly a new era or the Chiefs are merely better swimmers than the San Diego Chargers will be determined in subsequent weeks.
Adam Teicher, Kansas City Star
Quote from said blog: "Confounded by poor communication, the 49ers might cut out the middle man. Coach Mike Singletary on Monday said offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye could be on the sideline rather than the coaching booth next week when the team faces the New Orleans Saints."
Not understanding how those issues weren't resolved during the preseason. -Rob
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