Here's the link to the '04 fall schedule: link Sunday 8:30 FOX - Arrested Development (Sunday 9:00 PM) 9:00 ABC - Desperate Housewives 9:00 WB - Jack & Bobby 9:00 ABC (Spring '05) - Alias Tuesday 8:00 WB - Gilmore Girls Wednesday 8:00 ABC - Lost 9:30 WB - Drew Carey's Green Screen Show The general concensus among critics is that Arrested Development is the best show on network television and the critics are absolutely right. I urge anyone who has yet to see it to tune in for the premiere Nov. 2. I saw the pilot for Desperate Housewives and it looked quirky enough for me to want to watch a couple more episodes before making a final judgement. The only reason I'm tuning in for Jack and Bobby is because it's executive produced by TV god Tommy Schlamme. Does anyone else remember the five year reign of Sorkin and Schlamme televison gold? Sorkin's next television drama, a behind the scenes look of an SNL type sketch comedy show, is in development to premiere in the 05-06 television season. Alias of course should be worth the wait as J.J. has admitted in several articles that he wants season 3 to be considered the "bump in the road" of the series and that he promises to restore the things to the show that made us love it in the first place. That and Buffyverse vets Drew Goddard and Jeff Bell are joining the writing team. Gilmore Girls is still the best longest running show on TV in my opinion. Some considered the fourth season to be rather slow and dull compared to previous seasons but I still believed it maintained a consistent greatness in writing, especially with yet another Buffyverse vet, Jane Espenson, joining the writers team. I thought the pilot for Lost was pretty dumb but intriguing enough for me to want to know what the crap exactly was in the trees. The only reason I'm tuning in for Drew Carey's Green Screen Show is because of improv superstars Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles. These guys never failed to crack me up on WLiiA. What will you be watching this fall?