Things are going to be quiet in these parts for the next couple of days as I serve my civic responsibility and head to the county courthouse for jury duty. In past experience on jury duty, I've never made it to voir dire, and if I make it that far this time, I have no idea how the lawyers will react to the phrase "I'm a TV critic." But we'll see.
In theory, I'm going to be out of action for two days, and possibly more if I get paneled and the trial runs long. So here's the deal: I'm setting up a brief "What did everybody think of 'Nurse Jackie'?" post to go live tonight at 11 (and no talking about that episode sooner, On Demand people), a similar one for tomorrow's "Rescue Me," and I have a column about "Warehouse 13" going live tomorrow morning, which you can also use to discuss the show after it airs tomorrow night. And in a few minutes I'm putting up one other post for you guys to talk about amongst yourselves.
Beyond that, don't expect much out of me until at least Wednesday morning, and I doubt the "Sports Night" review is going to get done on time, unless I A)Wind up spending the two days in the waiting room, and B)Have access to a power outlet. And I fear the next "Wire" review might be delayed, too.
So play nice while I'm gone -- when in doubt, look at the commenting rules and remember that I'll be checking the comments when I can -- and hopefully we can get back to this TV thing we do on Wednesday.