I’m starting to find West Wing kind of repetitive and self-important, Ally McBeal’s over, even here in Norway where we’re always a season late, and they’ve stopped showing Cold Feet and Sex and the City. The ethers are filled with reality shows in American, British and Norwegian versions and they are unbelievably boring. So I’m left with Tuesday nights’s Judging Amy as almost my only televised drama companion. It’s OK, I read and surf instead 🙂 Anyway, Amy’s a single mum with a brilliant career who lives with her mum and botches affair after affair: sure, I’ll watch it! Now (well, this time next season in my Norwegian timelagged world) Donna’s weblog has become an important ingredient in the show, Lisa writes. I suppose there have been quite a few shows where characters’ diaries have been used as narrative aids? Embarrassingly enough I can only remember that annoying show some years ago about that twelve year old doctor, Dougie, was that his name? Remember every episode ended with his typing his into his computer? Would have been a weblog today, don’t ya reckon?