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Friday, April 13, 2007
The Weather Channel's 100 Biggest Weather Moments
Or....yes, I am a total Geek, because I will defintely be watching this!

I'm sorry - but this sounds totally cool! Running this Sunday through Thursday at 8:00 PM ET on the Weather Channel (what - you were expecting HBO?), and hosted by none other than Harry Connick Jr., it features guests ranging from Itzhak Perlman (cold air, spruce woods, and the tonal quality of his Stradivarius), to Al Sharpton and Mary Hart (bad hair days).
The show loves small, deep trivia and tribal factoids. It makes a compelling meal from the variety meats of history's buffet.

The dork appeal is limitless.
posted by Broadsheet @ 12:13 PM  
1 Editorial Opinions:
  • At April 16, 2007, Anonymous youngest sister said…

    Oy. Birds of a feather...I'm totally watching this too and got sucked in to it due to my all-weather-channel-all-the-time fest this weekend. Had to cancel my already delayed trip to O-town yet again due to the promise that this storm could shut down I-90 through upstate and wanted to make sure that actually happened--which so far, it hasn't but I see that Baltimore is getting pretty soaked. No?

    Plus, you just know Butch is Tivo-ing this.

    Dorks unite.

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