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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

More Harmon Than Good: X-Rated NCIS?

The mind-control police are sounding the alarms again.

The prudish Parents Television Council yesterday filed a complaint with the FCC against the hit drama NCIS over a stripper scene.

... god forbid children find out there are strippers in the world... the horror...

The episode, which aired October 25, dealt with a murdered military wife who had been moonlighting as an Internet cybersex model.

... sounds hott... sorry I missed it.. maybe I can snag the tape from Pusher, TVGS's resident Bellisari-ho...

Seinfeld Cast to Reunite for Eighty-Ninth Time

OK, it's only the third time.

But the four stars of Seinfeld will once again reunite on TV to plug the 5th and 6th season DVDs of the show.

... jeezum crow, these guys have gotten back together more times than The Who...

Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards will all appear on the November 23 edition of Live with Regis & Kelly- for the entire hour.

... we're not sure there's much left to say about Seinfeld... but, of course, we'll be listening... who can resist?...

The cast reunited previously for an NBC special and an episode of Oprah.

On The Couch With Uncle Jun'

Dominic Chianese, known to fans of The Sopranos as Uncle Junior, is shopping a variety/talk show.

... hopefully he won't dance with a giant salami, like he had Tony Danza do when he guested on his daytime abomination...

Chianese taped a pilot last week at a New York City café and hopes to launch the show next fall. No network has signed on.

...watch it, or swim with the fishes...

Oh, and about that other show he's involved with? The Sopranos returns for a sixth season in March.

Lost Found By iPodders


Lost is beating Desperate Housewives in one aspect: iTunes Downloads.

After one month of offering downloads both shows for viewing on iPods, Lost has sold more downloads than its saucy rival. Apple has said it's already sold more than a million copies of ABC shows.

... i guess people really will watch TVG on their iPods... interesting...