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The Televangelist: Life after 'Lost'

Anthony Lane of the New Yorker once said, "the most volatile compound known the man is that of decorum and despair," but I think it's the "play all" feature

Unbeknownst to many of my congregants, I am a continual connoisseur of a sundry of tubular (that being Boob-Tube-related) offerings that expand even beyond (gasp!) "Lost."  In the past year I've covered "Friday Night Lights," "Big Love," dabbled in "The United States of Tara", "Glee" and "Pushing Daisies," and ventured forth into wilds of "The Bachelor" and War on TV, and even gave some considerations to my beloved football in an NFL rundown.  So as "Lost," my flagship post, comes to an end in a few weeks the question is begged: what next?

As most regular readers will know, I have quite a bit to say about, well, just about everything.  And the bottom line is ... I watch a lot of TV. Especially on DVD (Anthony Lane of the New Yorker once said, "the most volatile compound known the man is that of decorum and despair," but I think it's the "play all" feature).  Yet my pallor and loss of muscle mass is hopefully your gain - and as I continue to saturate my own brain with a never-ending kaleidoscope of pixels, I plan to continue writing, perhaps in broader strokes, what's on, what's worth watching, why it's worth watching, or why you should run for the nearest hills (I'm looking at you, first 15 minutes of "Happy Town.")