In other news, I have a new addition to my list of favorite websites: Television Without Pity. It has really detailed (and pretty hilarious) episode summaries of almost all of the TV shows out there. I laughed out loud at the following snippet from a recap of an episode of "Rome":
"Outside the compound, Pullo is sitting on a log and whittling. A couple of Egyptian boys, unable to resist the target presented by the big red cape, start hucking stones at him. Which is pretty brave, considering that several other Romans are standing sentry right next to Pullo. Pullo sheathes his dagger, slowly gets up, and wings a stone right back, sending the kids running. One of the sentries snickers, earning a shove from Pullo. And in less than ten seconds, we've just seen the clearest explication ever of the Bush Administration's foreign policy."
[Listening to: "World Spins Madly On" by The Weepies]