+ It's getting down to zero hour for the release of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince." So far, the reviews are looking good. How many of you are seeing the midnight show tonight?
+ Stephen King's "The Cell" is being turned into a four-hour TV mini-series, penned by a fellow named John Harrison who wrote the "Dune" mini-series for SyFy.
+ Speaking of horror, you should see the pants I'm wearing! Ha, ha...sorry. What I meant to say was, speaking of horror, CBS' "Harper's Island" will not be renewed for next season. I stopped watching that mid-way through for some reason. Did it end well?
+ TV Guide has an interview with Titus Welliver (owner of the world's coolest name) about his role as "Lost"'s Man in Black. (via Televisionary)
+ Have you heard the great debate about whether or not "Battlestar Galactica"'s finale was the worst ending ever? Here's what IO9 has to say about it and here's the original essay. The man has obviously never seen the ending of "The X-Files" if he thinks BSG was so bad. I have to admit, I'm flummoxed on how much hate has surfaced for that ending. Yes, the Starbuck thing was frustrating and yes, the whole Times Square thing at the end was lame but other than that, I loved it. I think I might be in the minority on that though.
+ And finally, science has proven what we've known all along: our cats control us. I always thought it was through telepathy and the fact that they steal pieces of my soul while I sleep, but turns out, it's just high-frequency meows.