Monday, March 19, 2007

Slow Weekend

Well, here we are on a sunny Monday morning, and there's barely anything going on. Besides the NCAA tournament, nothing much happened in the entertainment world this weekend. I mean, SXSW went down, but, unfortunately, I wasn't there, so I've got nothing for you on that.

I was at a bar Saturday night, and happened to see Chris Rock drop in on "Saturday Night Live." It was pretty damn funny; it really made you remember that "SNL" wasn't always 90 minutes of slapstick. You can see Rock's appearance here.

If you can't wait until its release date tomorrow to hear the Modest Mouse record, go here to check it out. AOL is also letting you listen to the entirety of Joss Stone's inhumanly mediocre new one.

"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" will features guest spots from Kristy Swanson, David Cross, Peter Bogdanovich and Tate Donovan during May sweeps. And what are the episodes about? Yep, you got it; they're a couple "ripped-from-the-headlines" shows. One's about the whole astronaut thing from a couple months ago, and the other is about Anna Nicole. Fun stuff.

And that's about it for this slow day of news. I'm planning on doing a Q&A on here next week, so send me some questions to That's it. Have a good one.

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