Remysun 24 Sep 2010 The Big Bang Theory -- didn't really take to a nerdy Blossom. Sarah Gilbert was so much better. $hat My Dad Says -- I dreaded this, and was pleasantly surprised. It's heavy on the insult humor where the actual Twitter account was based on awe at the father's earnest assessments of today's culture. However, the show seemed therapeutic, and I guess I'm a sucker for very special episodes. It'd be great if David's assessment of the son upstaging Shat is accurate. The Office -- I really hope the nephew is one-offed. Last thing it needs is a Cousin Oliver. Outsourced -- Again, pleasantly surprised. It seems to me that NBC demoted itself to B-team comedy, but this is a bold gamble on a talented South Asian cast. Looks like the manager is gonna do a lot of Will Schustering with a Benedict Figgins second-in-command. Hopefully, the jokes won't belong to a lower caste. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia -- They premiered last week. They're looking to have another solid dozen, but that's where I feel it's unfair to compare cable to network. The long haul is so much tougher. It's not fair. The League -- Last week, I saw the glimpse of the V.I.P. room scene, decided to try to watch, saw the N for nudity, but then I didn't care. DVR'd The Mentalist, looking forward to Bones. But 30 Rock? Hulu. They got their love from The Emmys, they don't need it from me. Not until The Shat really sucks it up. CBS made a very aggressive move on the Thursday 8pm slot. Looks like it works against NBC, whose initials are fast becoming Nothing Beyond Cheers.