Meganstuke, along with another local hipster lady, lodges this complaint: "What will I read while I hover over the toilet at the Replay?"
MjA writes: "The Deadwood was something to look at while you wait for someone to drink with. Now what do we have? The Pitch? No thanks. I'd rather watch people watch their laptops."
kellycorcoran, well-known Love Garden personality, offers a more complex look at the issue that uses the word "hyperlocal" a lot: "I viewed the paper version as the flagpole of local relevancy in an internet sea of hyperlink cultural irrelevancies. Thumbs down to the World Co. for not understanding that "hyperlocal" medium requires a regular public reminder of its existence to remain relevant in the "hyperlocal" marketplace."
trailer steps in with a rare dissenting position: "i'm glad i'll never see the deadwood edition delivered to me again. most of the stuff is so simple and predictable. we GET there are a lot of people in lawrence whose favorite place is the replay and favorite tv show is spaced...enough already."
Richard: " 'trailer' sounds very much like Chip!"
Like all boring Americans, the boys anxiously await tonight's American Idol finale, but who do they favor, Kris or Adam? The critical consensus on Kris Allen is that he's "nice, engaging, safe, and non-threatening" (LJ-World), while Adam Lambert is (presumably) dangerous, unpredictable, and gay, very very gay.
Chip: "In Forttt Scottt, our church prayed for Kris's victory."
Richard: "Myself, I'll be watching 'The Cougar.' Here's tonight's synopsis from the official Cougar site: "Stacey meets the families of the cubs.' Enjoy the video 'sneak peek' of this 'controversial' episode in the sidebar."
Chip: "As far as I know, in the history of cougar-fucking, no cub has ever taken the woman home to meet his parents, primarily out of fear that she'd abandon the cub for his father."
With Dr. X so focused on the Idol finale, the long-awaited Harry Lupus season finale keeps getting delayed. Luckily, Dr. X has sent in this intriguing poster which provides a frightening glimpse of what may be in store for us later this summer! (click to enlarge, if you dare!).