Mike: you are going to go insane when Lost goes on hiatus. Apparently the 8th ep ends in such a way as to really drive fans nuts. I am really looking forward to season 4. That last scene in Season 3 made me say "Holy Shit!" out loud. Twice.
I have no idea when 24 will be back, I am in one of the first 7 episodes they filmed. Even though last season was pretty bad, it is one of the best things on TV.
I miss The Office, since most of the cast is also on the writing staff it was the first show to shut down. NBC reran the one last night where Michael makes the Dunder Mifflin commercial.
30 Rock is just genius, the last ep that had everybody singing "Midnight Train to Georgia" was inspired lunacy. If the strike goes on much longer I really believe "Milf Island" or "America's Next Top Pirate" could become real shows.
Friday Night Lights is still running new eps, apparently they got 15 of them done.
The sad thing about the strike is the ratings for all the reality crap the networks have foisted on the public haven't been all that bad. There is a huge amount of crap on TV but if you look, there are some really terrific shows that are smart, well written and well acted.