The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled the 16 nominees up for possible induction this year.
The Meters, Linda Ronstadt, KISS, Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens,Hall and Oates, N.W.A., Yes, LL Cool J, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Chic, Deep Purple, the Replacements, Link Wray and the Zombies are all on the list to be voted on by the Rock Hall's 600 members. read more
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Question: You actually know for a fact that you'll be watching Grey's Anatomy and playing back CSI before you even know what the episodes will be? That feels like a plot-driven statement to me. And nice change of tune — I thought CSI was supposed to be scared of GA. Now it's unlikely that GA will beat it? I could have told you that, 'cause yes, I'll be watching CSI live and not watching GA at all. Holds no interest for me. Grissom is my McDreamy.
Answer: Yes, as I noted earlier, I do believe that on most weeks, I'll be watching Grey's live and playing back CSI afterward. This has a lot to do with viewing tendencies in my household, which is pretty devoted to both shows. (And Grey's story lines are the sort of thing that I don't want to come to work on Friday without having seen. CSI isn't quite so urgent that way, at least not usually.) The Grey's vs. CSI battle is one of the season's most interesting stories, but honestly, I have no interest in the opinion of CSI fans who hold Grey's in