Question: I don't care what anyone says, I love your "rude" comments. If people keep asking dumb questions (anything regarding Tru Calling, for instance), they deserve to have you making comments about them. So keep up the great work. Now, when is Fox bringing back The Inside and Wonderfalls?
Answer: The Inside returns a week from never, and Wonderfalls goes back into production when yo mama starts shaving her pits. (You set me up, you bitch!)
My apologies for the abbreviated AA this week. Due to the Fourth of July holiday, I had only a few hours to pull this together before I went out and got plastered. Next week, I'll be back to my normal l
Question: When will that lame dance reality show be done so The Inside can finally be aired again?
Answer: Sorry to bear bad news, but The Inside is dead, no matter what's going on with So You Think You Can Dance, which still has a way to go before it's over. Where Wednesdays on Fox are concerned, the new drama Head Cases premieres Sept. 14 at 9 pm/ET, and the 8-9 pm/ET comedies (That '70s Show and Stacked) are back in early November, following the World Series. Which makes me think Dance will keep going at least through September, until postseason baseball begins in October. But none of this has any bearing on the fact that The Inside was only a summer burn-off, and those embers have been extinguished for good ...
Question: This is regarding shows such as Eyes and The Inside. When a network cancels a show, but doesn't even complete the run of episodes made, is there any reason they don't broadcast the remaining shows in a late-night/early-morning slot so that fans can at least see them? After all, they have paid to make the episodes. Or do you think they hold out to use the unaired episodes as a selling point for any potential DVD releases?
Answer: As I think I've said before, network decisions aren't likely to be made with DVD considerations in mind (as in: "Let's pull the show two weeks early so we can tout the 'never-before-seen episodes' on the DVD"). But I only wish I could explain why some canceled shows have their episodes burned off and others simply vanish. (I thought it was cool, for instance, when Karen Sisco's remaining episodes were played out on cable, albeit on a network owned by the company that produced the series.) Someone once told me why NBC burned off the last remaining