Nah, I likes my brain candy. Pushing Daisies was a new series on ABC just before the writer's strike. Kristen Chenoweth & Swoosie Kurtz are in it, and it had a look all its own. Loved the style, format, funny w/o the canned laughter, but some of the jokes probably went over a lot of folks' heads--kinda like Dennis Miller, but not as snarky. Loved Craig Ferguson's rant on voting the other night, wish I'd taped it. CSI is a procedural crime drama, kinda like a whodunit (w/intelligent humour) and an excellent cast. Based in Las Vegas, it follows the technicians of the LV crime lab and makes you wish you'd paid more attention in school to those boring physics, chem, & bio classes, not to mention math stuff. It is the progenitor of the spinoffs: CSI:Miami and CSI:New York. Neither of which are as good as the original IMO (and Wm. Peterson's, also). Don't die on me now TheLorax, but I didn't mention all my sci-fi faves like: Stargate SG-1 & SGAtlantis, Eureka, and some no longer around like ST, STNG & STV. Didn't care for DS-9. Babylon 5, Farscape (many of the cast members went on to guest or recur in SG); West Wing (BIG fave--many cast members from The American President movie). Another guilty pleasure: Gene Simmons Family Jewels. Mythbusters (don't feel guilty at all about that one); Deadliest Catch (not the copycat "reality job shows"), Dirty Jobs; Rome; The Tudors; Jeopardy; Ellery Queen Presents; Carrier. And you thought I was a c.p. before? Keeps me off of the 'puter. Besides, I can only work at one thing for about 1/2 hour at a time, dr.'s orders. Then I have to take a break or do something else. Fallout from two surgeries.