I think I'm going to try to keep doing these brief schedule overviews whenever I can. Much slower day today, with three hours of FX -- an executive session, then "Damages" (where I'm debating whether to call Tim Olyphant on referring to us as "jackasses" during his morning radio sportscast), then the new biker gang drama "Sons of Anarchy," then our farewell to "The Shield" panel -- followed by a lunch with Bonnie Hunt to plug her new talk show, and then a field trip to the set of "Mad Men," which I'm hoping will be cool. (Sometimes, going to the set ruins the illusion; Frasier Crane's apartment looked really seedy and run-down up close, and I don't want to be watching a scene at Sterling-Cooper this year and going, "That plant is covering up a graffiti'ed caricature of Marilyn Manson!")
Not sure how much blogging there will be today, as I still haven't figured out what tomorrow's column will be. Maybe something from FX, if any of those sessions is especially lively, maybe a transcript of my conversation with "House" creator David Shore at last night's Fox party, maybe something on Ausiello's report that William Petersen is leaving "CSI" for good midway through this season. And because we're going off-campus after lunch, I need to get the column done ASAP.