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NBC’s "More Colorful," Except When It Comes To People

September 21st, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen

In the last week, you may have noticed that NBC’s launched a new marketing slogan in its promos: “More Colorful.”


NBC Entertainment marketing president Adam Stotsky told Variety that “color is what we strive to do in our programming” and the slogan signifies “innovative programming” (like the unabashedly hacky Jay Leno Show, for example).

We think theTVAddict.com has a better take on NBC’s new tagline, however:


Meanwhile, if you still care, the fourth season of Heroes premieres tonight. Now there’s an NBC show with more colorful people!


Or, uh, more corolfur, as it were.

[theTVAddict.com: NBC (Unintentinally) Brings Back the Funny with their New Marketing Slogan]
[Entertainment Weekly: Diversity in Entertainment: Why Is TV So White?]

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BABEWATCH: James Kyson Lee

October 7th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen


Name: James Kyson Lee

Hails from: Seoul, Korea and New York City (from age 10 on)

Occupation: Actor

Why He’s a Babe: Forget Hiro. Season 3 of Heroes is all about Ando, James’s character on the show who’s spent the previous two seasons totally underutilized as Hiro’s sidekick (as played by our favorite fister, Masi Oka). But this season’s premiere suggested that Ando is headed over to the dark side, and, as ladies, we’re genetically programmed to love bad boys. Especially one who murders the relentlessly-annoying, Engrish-spreaking Hiro, while wearing only his skivvies, no less! Okay, we made that last part up (about the underwear, not the murder)…but we can dare to dream.

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