the armed & famous premiere was moderately entertaining (as far as trash tv goes), though i'd had the most entertaining moments spoiled by reading too many reviews. at this point, it's too early to tell whether i'll keep watching or give up out of boredom before the season is over.
as i mentioned yesterday, if you're looking for a&f coverage, the muncie star-press is the place to go. the star-press has so much a&f material, you'd think nothing else was happening in muncie (and sadly, in a sense, that might be true). the website is overflowing with stories like this (actual headline):
Armed & Famous gives police dept. Hummers
ah, so that's why the police dept agreed to such a bad idea: their minds were cluttered from all that oral sex. oh, wait, they're actually talking about h3 hummers. and apparently those humvees were the only compensation the city received for doing the show. (in contrast, arrestees who signed waivers and posed for photos with their celebrity arresters got paid cash money.)
update: oh, i almost forgot. i guess there were a couple other television events last night: there was the IU/purdue game that nobody was able to watch, and also bush made a speech about why he's in favor of escalating the war in iraq (despite the fact that the vast majority of americans want to get the hell out of there). unsurprisingly, the indy star ed board is happy to follow bush wherever his war plan leads, but the new democrat-led congress won't play along.¶