And I can’t legally tell you anything about it.
In this month’s first-ever Blast Cover Podcast, I bring up an interesting journalism question.
Blast recently got an exclusive interview with the cast of “Hank,” Kelsey Grammer’s latest return to prime time.
We did a great story, and we were happy to have the access. But there was one problem: The show stinks. It’s getting bad ratings and worse reviews.
The good thing is that interviews and reviews are done by different reporters, but my question was: Is it ok to cheer for or hype a show because of our coverage? We gave the show a bad review but still pumped the interview.
New BEST COMMENT EVER on the anti-Twilight story:
kirsten on November 19th, 2008 4:37 pm
why dont you goddamn feminists go shave your legs.
if you dont like the idea of women needing help, then DONT read the books or go out into the real world, because women should just stay in the kitchen and clean. Im a girl, and i think women usually do need a man to help them with things, and thats why we arent all lesbians.
its a good book, and a good love story. most love stories girls are helpless to a man anyway.
seriously, no man wants a girl whos all about womens right, so shut up and be happy you can vote.
… it was a new episode.
Everyone got mad at Homer for doing something obviously stupid and wrong. It involved alcohol and money. One family member tried to cut him off. Then he did something amazing and made everyone love him again. All along, there were pithy remarks about the economy.
hrm … that’s basically a summation of the past two seasons.