Every March, the Museum of Television and Radio in Los Angeles holds its annual William S. Paley Television Festival. For two weeks, the small screen's finest of the past and present are saluted with panels that feature cast and crew in person.
In the past three years, the Paley Festival has conducted panels for Futurama, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Undeclared, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Scrubs, Six Feet Under, 24, The OC and Arrested Development, to name a few.
This year's panels include: The Law & Order "brand," Desperate Housewives, Lost and In Living Color.
However, this is the one that I'm interested in:
Friday, March 4 at 7:00 p.m.
In Person: Keith Crofford (Adult Swim honcho), Seth Green (Family Guy, Robot Chicken), Matt Senreich (Robot Chicken), Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim (Tom Goes to the Mayor), Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro (Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Space Ghost Coast to Coast) and more
I hope MC Chris will attend but I'm told he's performing that night in Toledo, OH (wherever that is).
Tickets are $25 plus $35 for a Museum membership. Members get to purchase advance tickets and tickets always sell out quickly.
Is Adult Swim worth $60 to me?
One reason Survivor will always be better than The Apprentice is teams that consistently lose on Survivor don't have to re-pack luggage every few days before elimination sessions. Packing is teh worst.
Thursday night, anti-Bush protestors convened outside the Federal Building, snarling traffic in the area. Police shut down half of Westwood. On my way home, I asked the bus driver to let me off so I could actually get someplace.
I saw two cars on their way to the protest. Both were garishly decorated with duct tape and paint pens and flyers taped to doors. I imagine the protestor parking lot looked like a political gay pride parade.
The driver of the second clown car I saw kept honking his horn in morse code and simultaneously waving his free arm through the sunroof of his car. I'm pretty sure he irritated everyone stuck in traffic around him.
Embarrassing liberals continue to ruin the ideology for the rest of us.
I saw this press photo for American Idol on Yahoo!:
Besides lousy rendering, it looks like Randy is the only person who actually showed up at the photo shoot.