Hello, again! This is Dean Collins from The War at Home, writing my second blog for TVGuide.com. This week's episode of The War at Home is entitled, "Take This Job and Bleep It." Instead of airing this Thursday night, we're moving back to our usual Sunday night schedule at a new time, 7:30 pm/ET. Sorry about the confusion, but I assure you this is our last move. Be sure to catch this week's episode at 7:30 pm, Sunday night on Fox. This week's episode is about Dave losing his job. My character doesn't clean his room because he's lazy. When Anita Barone (Vicky) yells at Mike to clean his room, he just brushes her off.

Recently, I went to the premiere of The Number 23 after work. My best friend Logan Lerman is in it, so he took me to the premiere with him. It was an awesome movie. I did not get to meet Jim Carrey, but he sat right behind me, and it was quite an experience, considering he's my favorite actor. I love his dramatic films and this was really cool because it's the first time he's ever been in a thriller. I loved Eternal Sunshine, Man on the Moon and The Truman Show. My best friend Logan has a huge part in the film as Jim Carrey's son.

Logan and I make a lot of our own short films for YouTube. If anyone reading this is interested, go ahead and check out our films here. We've made eight short films so far, and have purchased two really nice HD cameras, which we plan to use in the production of our first full-length feature. We're writing the script right now, and I hope anyone reading this will tune in to YouTube and check it out when it's done. Michael Rapaport agreed to be in our movie, and Logan and I are both acting in it. We're still in the process of casting supporting characters right now, but plan to be finished with the film by January 2008. This coming weekend, Logan and I are filming an in-the-studio style music video for my brother Blake, who's a singer/songwriter. It will be a great learning experience considering that I've never shot anything dealing with music before. If anybody is interested, be sure to check out YouTube and see the full video or check out my brother's MySpace page.

Blake has been making music since he was 15 years old, and has now turned his apartment into a complete music studio. He's really talented and has performed all over Los Angeles and London at venues such as The Roxy, The Whiskey and The Key Club. If you check out his music, I'm sure you'll love it.

That's all I have for today, so be sure to check out The War at Home at our new time, 7:30 pm this Sunday, on Fox.