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May 29, 2008

The Burn Off: 'Jericho,' 'Lost,' more

-- If CBS knew "Jericho" fans had this much disposable income, they might not have canceled the show

-- And then Robert Rodriguez shot and scored the entire first season of his new TV series in two weeks using a digital camera, a green screen and the back room of Guero’s restaurant

-- Sample from uncensored “Lost” script: “Hurley, you fat f--k! If you weren’t on the f--king helicopter, we could have been the Oceanic 7!” Also: Every ‘Lost’ flash forward.

-- The game of TV reporter musical chairs continues

-- The new CW ad-integration strategy: “To view the entire tale, viewers must watch the first clip on TV, the next one online and then tune back in to TV to see the end” – Yes, so simple, even an over-caffeinated, multitasking, hardcore ‘Gossip Girl’ fan would be rather annoyed by it

-- And from then on, ABC executives breezed through Burbank airport security


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