...a month or so after the first time I watched them.
'Rumours' should be put out of its misery. It's not only still terrible, I think its gotten worse. Painful. Perfect example of why shows should be still shooting when they are airing so changes and modifications can happen on the fly after the audience reacts to it.
On the otherhand, 'Smart Woman's Survival Guide' seems to have found its stride. Fast paced and relatively entertaining without being campy - sort of 'The Office'-like. Good job Al Magee and Stephen Hall and the troops.
And '72 Hours: True Crime' at least had it's dialogue track tonight (CBC did email me before and apologize that the program had been delivered to them missing that audio, but still...), but what is CBC doing making this kind of Court TV programming? Just doesn't make sense.