People: Fookin' Lost!? And Friday Night Lights!? Two of the elite shows on TV, folks, and they showed why last night. Those who soured on the former or ignored the latter, pay attention. If you watch primetime TV at all, these shows deserve a chance.

ANYWAY...

I would normally link to lots of Lost discussion pages, but why not discuss it here in the comments section? In case you missed it (and inexplicably don't care if you see it), here is a recap.

Here's a feature I can get behind: In the studio with T.I. and Timbaland.

Their buddy Justin Timberlake will not be honored by his home state of Tennessee thanks to some prudish legislators.

The NCAA Tournament continues today, with the Buckeyes facing Tennessee tonight at 10. The Dispatch preview is here.

NBC, which as far as I'm concerned is the top TV network right now, is announcing a lot of new online content today, including social networking elements and a summertime continuation of Heroes. Variety reports on the Peacock's climb back from the brink.

Lots more links are below, so click away.

People: Fookin' Lost!? And Friday Night Lights!? Two of the elite shows on TV, folks, and they showed why last night. Those who soured on the former or ignored the latter, pay attention. If you watch primetime TV at all, these shows deserve a chance.

ANYWAY...

I would normally link to lots of Lost discussion pages, but why not discuss it here in the comments section? In case you missed it (and inexplicably don't care if you see it), here is a recap.

Here's a feature I can get behind: In the studio with T.I. and Timbaland.

Their buddy Justin Timberlake will not be honored by his home state of Tennessee thanks to some prudish legislators.

The NCAA Tournament continues today, with the Buckeyes facing Tennessee tonight at 10. The Dispatch preview is here.

NBC, which as far as I'm concerned is the top TV network right now, is announcing a lot of new online content today, including social networking elements and a summertime continuation of Heroes. Variety reports on the Peacock's climb back from the brink.

Lots more links are below, so click away.

In this whimsical piece, Idolator suggests songs for Guitar Hero III.

From LHB: There's no such thing as a guilty pleasure, but Leah Baker of Atlanta's Creative Loafing wrote about hers anyway.

Paul McCartney is the first artist to sign with Starbucks' record label.

The "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" case spawned this feature regarding what Christian doctrine says about such hits.

AV Club is cleaning up with the mega-indie rock interviews. They've got Ted Leo and Colin Meloy of the Decemberists up today.

The Hold Steady, who reportedly ripped apart Newport Music Hall on Saint Patrick's Day, have a new video.

And lastly, in this time of uncertainty known as March Madness, one thing is for sure: Bill Simmons hates Billy Packer.