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Not Prince Hamlet

"Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse."

The Death of The Frog

Sunday, September 17, 2006

So the WB is signing off the air forever, eh? NPH has to say that's the best television news we've heard in months. That the network that brought us such teenie pseudo-dramas as "Dawson's Creek" and "Felicity" will no longer exist produces a profound sense of relief; no longer will NPH be forced to bite his tongue as his wife insists on another episode of "Gilmore Girls" or "One Tree Hill." Seriously, did the WB make any kind of serious contribution to television programming?

Don't answer that. Let's just enjoy the news and enjoy the . . . silence.


posted by Not Prince Hamlet, 3:40 AM


Dude, the WB did not go away, it merged with UPN to form one network....the CW. The network took the best rated shows from each of the old ones....so more GIlmore Girls wether you like it or not!
commented by Blogger Scott, 8:26 AM  

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