Flaming Iguanas was cute and bawdy. Somewhat like Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance but without all the boring philosophy crap and with cartoons.
Tony Bourdain's No Reservations was full of fun descriptions of the making of his show and lots of stunning pictures - of scenery and of leaches on asses.
We've watched a ton of good movies in the past week. Atonement was beautiful. Very like to book (although I reserve the right to prefer the book.) James McAvoy can be my new crush.
No Country for Old Men was so freaking good and deserving of all kinds of accolades. I loved how many of the characters resembled real people and not just pretty Hollywood extra types.