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The nominations for the 2009 Emmy Awards were annouced this morning. How on the ball are they? Check out these lists and decide for yourself. I’ll be posting my personal thoughts over the next few weeks. Stay tuned…

BEST DRAMA SERIES

  • Big Love
  • Breaking Bad
  • Damages
  • Dexter
  • House
  • Lost
  • Mad Men

BEST COMEDY SERIES

  • Entourage
  • Family Guy
  • Flight of the Conchords
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • The Office
  • 30 Rock
  • Weeds

Continue reading for the list of drama and comedy series nominations…

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TV Flipped Column with PJ Flip

Did anyone else think that Friday nights episode of Dollhouse should have been the series premiere of the show?

All of the episodes before it just weren’t that good. It wasn’t a show that I had to see. It was just a show that I’d catch whenever on the internet, only watching because it starred Eliza Dushku. “Man on the Street”, was more the vision Whedon had for the show, while the other episodes were what Fox wanted. Fox should have just let Joss Whedon do what he wanted, because it’s much better. If you stopped watching the show after the first few episodes, start watching again with “Man on the Street” and forget the other episodes.

Whedon knows what he’s doing. Look how many stars on TV came from the Buffy Universe; Faith (Eliza Dushku) is on Dollhouse, Willow (Alyson Hannigan) is on How I met Your Mother, Angel (David Boreanez) is on Bones, Caleb (Nathan Fillion) is on Castle, Oz (Seth Green) created and voices Robot Chicken, he also is on Family Guy, Fred (Amy Acker) is on Dollhouse, Dawn (Michelle Trachtenberg) did a bunch of episodes on Gossip Girl, Spike (James Marsters) did a bunch of Smallville episodes, Cordelia (Charisma Carpentar) did some Greek episodes, Kendra (Bianca Lawson) has been on the last few episodes of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Principle Wood (DB Woodside) went from principle to president on 24, even Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is returning to TV with a new show.

Speaking of Bones and Family Guy, I read of a crazy crossover on the shows over on ew’s website. Booth (Boreanez) has a medical scare and hallucinates that he’s in Quahog (where Family Guy takes place) and meets baby Stewie. That sounds great, but you know what would have been better? If Booth hallucinated himself saving Buffy from vampires and Buffy confused Booth for Angel.

I hope everyone has had a nice week. Today we have a poster, fan made trailer, along with some other stuff. Enjoy!

  • An all new teaser poster for X-Men Origins: Wolverine has been reelased. I like it, but it is pretty much just a variation of ever other Wolverine image we’ve had since the first X-Men flick. (Comics Continuum)
  • A big fan of Smallville and Buffy the Vampire Slayer had way tooooo much time on their hands! (YouTube)
  • 3 on 3 NHL Arcade reminds me a lot of NBA Jam. (IGN)
  • Have I said lately how much I love having full episodes of TV shows online? In the Family Guy episode “Road to Germany”, “Brian and Stewie travel back in time and land in Nazi-era Germany.” (Hulu)
  • Will Ferrell is the bright spot on Broadway? (Variety)

Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD

Are you a fan of Family Guy? Want to take home the new Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD for free? All you have to do to be entered into the contest to win the DVD is post a comment on this article with your favorite Family Guy episode. The winner will be randomly selected and contacted through the e-mail address provided. A winner will be drawn on November 8th, 2008. Good luck!

UPDATED! – And the winner is… B-Dawg.

A special thanks to everyone who has been checking out the site and took the time to comment and enter the contest. We’ll be posting a new contest this weekend, keep checking back to see what it is for!

And you can continue reading to check out the Family Guy Vol. 6 DVD details and contest eligibility.

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