We’ve been told a handful of times that we need to cover more T.V.. Sadly, due to my schedule I don’t get to watch as much T.V. as I’d like to. All attempts to clone myself in order to maximize efficiency have ended horribly. How horribly you ask? We’re talking inside-out Ashs flopping around in a pool of pink goo until they expire.. true story. Here is a list I complied of early 2011 premiere dates for new seasons, new shows, and mid-season replacements. Which ones will you be watching?
I remember writing a multi-part story in second grade about my magical robot wristwatch. The story was so strange and filled with raw imagination that my mother kept it for ages. Heck, it may still be in an envelope someplace in the bottom of a dresser. Kids have an amazing way of telling stories, and their unfiltered imaginations are the fuel that makes Geek and Sundry’s Written by a Kid so incredible. Actual stories written by actual kids are brought to life visually for our enjoyment. The first episode, entitled “Scary Smash”, stars none other than Mr. Joss Whedon, and contains a cyclops monster, Dave Foley, a S.Q.U.A.T. team leader named Gerald, and a lot of creativity. I honestly cannot wait to see what comes next.