So, I couldn't watch any of the NBC shows last night, including the series finale (on that network anyway) of Scrubs, because our local affiliate decided to run two hours of a guy standing in front of a map saying "now if you live here, the tornadoes will be here, lets look at this handy graph..." FOR TWO HOURS. We get it dude, tornadoes are coming, shut up and run a ticker. I think people understand "Tornado watch for Podunk county" scrolling along the bottom of their TV.
Halo was fun last night, far less frustrating than last time. My gun actually managed to kill someone for once.
I also finished Watchmen last night. I know, I know, I'm the last geek on the planet to read it. They're making a movie of it... somehow. I'm afraid it's going to suck. As fantastic as the graphic novel is, stupid moviegoers won't want to watch superheroes stand around and talk for two hours. They're going to have to change it far too much. The nuance and subtlety and brilliance will be lost.