Peter Facinelli, Liz Reaser, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Ashley Greene chat with the press
Everybody's favorite brooding vampire talks to the press on Saturday morning
11:33 a.m. PT Well, we've covered Mr. Taylor Lauter. We've covered Ms. Kristen Stewart. Up next? Well, that would be Mr. Robert Pattinson. Y'all probably would want some live-blogging about him, right?
11:38 a.m. No? Nobody wants Robert Pattinson? Oh well.
11:38 a.m. I'm KIDDING! Rob live-blogging after the break...
Everybody's favorite indecisive Bella talks to the press on Saturday morning
11:01 a.m. PT As I've already mentioned, Summit has allowed for video recording at the "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" press conferences. And as I've already said, I, alas, do not have a video camera. What I *do* have is fast-ish fingers and a [currently] reliable Internet connection. So follow along as I live-blog today's various press conferences. Taylor Lautner was first. Up second... Kristen Stewart, after the break.
Everybody's favorite buff werewolf talks to the press on Saturday morning
10:25 a.m. PT Summit has allowed for video recording at the "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" press conferences. I, alas, do not have a video camera. What I *do* have is fast-ish fingers and a [currently] reliable Internet connection. So follow along as I live-blog today's various press conferences. Up first... Taylor Lautner, after the break.
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A couple weeks back, Sepinwall discussed -- not for the first time and not for the last -- the concept of the bottle episode, a single-set, one-off episode devised to save budget within a contained run of a series. He called the "Fly" episode of "Breaking Bad" one of the best bottle shows ever and I'm not inclined to disagree.
The Fien Print goes through the TCA Awards nominations and explains his votes
The Television Critics Association Awards nominees for the 2009-2010 season were announced on Thursday (June 3).
I let Sepinwall break down the nominations on Thursday, before he'd actually filled out his ballot. Today, I'm going through my own thoughts on each individual category, including the votes I actually cast. Feel free to comment on mock as you see fit.
Note that the TCA allows for two votes, one vote or zero votes per category. This year, I mostly cast multiple votes per category, but I had at least one singe-vote and at least one abstention.
Click through for the nominations and my votes...
Daniel Fienberg and Alan Sepinwall discuss 'Burn Notice,' 'Royal Pains,' 'Undeclared' and more