Oh, TV. You're just awesome. 
- Tyra Mail! "You should just keep making all those mistakes, and hope that we don't notice the ones you think we will."  That's, like, a life lesson.
- Oh Gary, don't lead the life that they made for you... "I'm totally gonna deny that I'm Gary Hogeboom." Hey: No one fucking cares that you're Gary Hogeboom!
- The Go-Betweens in general ("16 Lovers Lane" in particular). I guess that subconsciously I'm trying to set a record for the number of times I write about The Go-Betweens, both on this blog and on my LJ. But they're just amazing. The best band from to come out of Australia, ever. That's what I'm saying tonight, at least. 
- Dusty, Dusty, Dusty. You never cease to impress me. When I first heard you on "What Have I Done to Deserve This?", I basically said, that's a pretty fun & clever song, and it became my favorite PSB song. And then I bought your Best of, and there were some pretty incredible songs, but I worried that your voice was being drowned by the somewhat melodramatic production on some of the tracks. And then I heard Dusty in Memphis, and I thought, OMFG. So here's to "Breakfast in Bed."
- I'm so excited, because I'm getting a haircut tomorrow—I hate it when my hair's too long, & makes me feel all lethargic—and then I'm going to go to Amoeba, and there are so many albums I want. Yay!
 And music, I haven't forgotten about you! You're awesome, too.
 That's Tyra on disclaimers. And yes, this is probably far from an exact quote. In fact, it's a paraphrase, because I don't remember the exact quote, and we already deleted the episode from TiVo. But I think the sentiment is fairly accurate.
 Speaking of which. Every week on Rock Star: INXS (sorry, I'm not going to bother to make the "X" all red with a star in it), what got me was the fact that Tim Farriss would always say, "You're just not right for our band, INXS" (emphasis mine). Like, why the continual need to point that the band is INXS?
- The show is called Rock Star: INXS.
- You're obviously fucking Australian, and how many well-known bands from Australia, are there, anyway?
Really, it got rather ridiculous, to the point where it felt rather desperate, as if someone were continually saying, "don't forget to reinforce your brand!" And what I thought was basically, how sad that they felt that they needed to do that. If Michael Hutchence had been alive—well, sure, I understand that they wouldn't have been looking for another singer, but other than that—would they have still felt the need to continually remind us that they're INXS? Who do they assume has forgotten that fact while watching the show, over the course of an hour?