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Thursday, December 23, 2004

From the Desk of the Geek In Chief: Just Askin'

A few questions to ponder, heading into the holiday break:

We love Jerry Orbach, and the Law & Order franchise, but can a fourth edition really survive and thrive?

And if NBC had replaced Elizabeth Rohm on the original Law & Order with a brown paper bag, would anybody have noticed?

Since winning an assload of Emmys didn't do the trick, will Fox add hott, lesbian storylines to Arrested Development to goose ratings?

If Kirstie Alley loses weight, as promised, what happens to her upcoming new show, Fat Actress?

Could Lisa Rinna possibly have any more work done without her face imploding upon itself?

Is Nicollette Sheridan hiding WMDs in her sweater?

How long will NBC find it necessary to drag out The Apprentice 3's finale, and will I qualify for Social Security when the credits finally roll?

When will network execs realize viewers loathe Wayne Brady, and finally stop casting him in stuff?

Will uncensored, "Too Hot For TV" outtakes from Pam Anderson's new sitcom be made available on the internet? Are operators standing by?

If Deborah Norville had pulled in any ratings at all on MSNBC, would she be screaming that her show didn't adhere to her "high standards?"

How is it that everyone on the planet, except for NBC executives, knew Father of the Pride would be completely unwatchable?

How do those silly little earpieces worn by the Alias agents always know when to beep?

How many absurd guest stars will NBC's Will and Grace force down our gullets during February sweeps?

When did Noah Wyle start looking like he's 40? And while we're at it, who's still watching E.R.?

Why would TiVo fight people who use their name as a verb? Isn't any publicity for a borderline product a good thing?

Where did Ereka Vetrini disappear to on The Tony Danza Show?

Will NBC's upcoming adaptation of The Office be cancelled during the first episode's opening credits?

And finally, if Katie Couric actually does agree to replace Dan Rather on CBS, is Ann Curry ready to replace her? And would this make Today any less unwatchable?

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