• Tonight's "Fringe" scorecard: Hand-holding expository voiceovers? Check. Overacting by Joshua Jackson? Check. "There's something you need to see"? Check. Blatant "X-Files" reference? Check. But I still find the darn thing irresistible, mostly because of John Noble's fabulous performance as Walter the psycho scientist. I bet we'll see him at the Emmys next year.
• But we won't be hearing any jokes written by whomever is responsible for Sunday's disastrous Emmys telecast. You know it's bad when the first winner of the night, Jeremy Piven, uses part of his acceptance speech to bag on the show's writing. Of course, Piven's swipe was nothing compared to Don Rickles' appearance late in the show ...
• As for the winners, I must confess my disappointment over Michael Emerson fropm "Lost" losing the supporting-actor award to Zeljko Ivanek from "Damages" -- but Ivanek has been so good for so long in so many TV shows and movies, so it's OK. Check out Ivanek's impressive resume; I liked him best as Mason Verger's right-hand man in "Hannibal."
Let's Play "WALLSTREET BAILOUT" / Eddie Vedder lets his passion for the Cubs shine through in this tribute song
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Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder lets his passion for the Cubs shine through in this tribute song to the Chicago Cubs.
This is a surprisingly great tune. What do you guys think?