David 11 Sep 2009 I watched Perry Mason: Della apparently comes from a rural area but certainly left that behind in her speech. However she has an attractive young friend who she's been asked to look out for from the old home town who hasn't. Said friend is a victim of a rather interesting scam. He finds heirs to money and without telling them about the money that's coming to them, offers them a contract as some kind of model. The contract entitles him to 50% of what they earn over its term. Thus when they come into their big inheritance, he gets half of it. He gets murdered of course. Some videos: I saw Madonna's latest video and the oddest thought struck me as I listened to those inane, mindless lyrics set to a neo-disco beat. "Britney's songs are much more intelligent than Madonna's" Law and Order UK: This time it was an adaptation of another classic Mothership episode, the one where a landlord behavior has led to the death of a baby. The original struck me as a quintessentially New York story arising as it does over New York's peculiar rent control legislation. Transplanting it to London gives the evil landlord a much more flimsy motive. All she had to do is wait for the contracts to run out, after all. Apart from that, the intro was different. I don't recall the abandoned baby bag being suspected of being a bomb. Good thing they didn't blow it up. Vampire Diaries: I can't complain about the opening words. They are after all being written in the diary of a teenage girl. VD is not a really notable show, but I didn't think it was terrible. I did find myself wondering why psychic chick wasn't the protagonist. Century Hotel: 5 different stories in different timeframes unfold with scene changes between historical eras in the same room. Not a great viewing choice. All the stories were basically pathetic in the sense of looking to inspire pathos. And the only reason I watched it was because the onscreen guide gave me a bum steer. It was supposed to be "Where the Truth Lies". Bait and switch dude, bait and switch. What did you watch?