Welcome to spring! It snowed! Hope everybody who's on spring break went to Bermuda.
Dear NBC: In case you're wondering why you're in fifth place and a national punchline, I offer the Jerry Sandusky interview on "Today" as People's Exhibit A.
Oh, and by the way: Forget the Leno/Fallon debate. Just run rotating reruns of "Tonight" starring Carson, Paar, and Allen. Trust me, you have nowhere to go but up.
Blogging the book: Bear with me, friends. The big M came back over the weekend, so I was only able to read a few pages of "The Doctor's Daughter" by Belle Blackburn. Check it out at Amazon.com. $2.99 digital download.
One reaction, though: Law enforcement and a coroner let a couple off without further investigation (so far) because the pair could touch the body and therefore could not have killed Kate's father!!!! Instead of sending weapons back to Civil War-era America like that fella imagined in his novel, maybe we should send a forensics team. Dang!
And what's that young man up to, courtin' Kate so hot and heavy? Color me cautious, but he better have good intentions. His words to her on the way to his family's house were charming though. No, Jake. Think with your head, not your heart. That's gotten you into trouble before...