Today at Gawker.TV, The Office adjusts to Sabre, Survivor is more like Real World, Road Rules Challenge than you'd expect, Community pays homage to The Breakfast Club, and Archer is all about the gratuitous (and animated!) tits and ass.
Last night The Office continued it's attempt to regain lost footing. It seems the whole Sabre buy-out of Dunder-Mifflin is a way to bring Jim back into the sales-floor fold, and push Michael back into his absurd position as boss.
Archer, the show you should be watching right now, has a plan and sticks to it. A combination of quick wit, literary and pop-culture references, and a whole lots of bouncing tits and ass has kept us enthralled.
When Britta leaves Jeff a drunken booty-call voice-mail, the balance of their friendship shifted to awkward. Abed tries to help Jeff out of this mess, but instead they get very drunk and dance around like a 80s-style maniacs.
Survivor has returned for its TWENTIETH season. It hasn't quite jumped the shark yet, because the first 15 minutes had me laughing maniacally. But as far as the show itself, Survivor is pretty much copying MTV at this point.
Parks and Recreation's house band may be used to dive bars and drunk girls, but last night they rocked slowly and killed softly to teach a lesson in love: that front man Andy Dwyer is the dreamiest.