I am a geek *AND* a gleek! Whee!
Second - if y'all aren't watching Legend of the Seeker yet, you must do so. It's all on Hulu. You have no excuse. Go watch! It is pretty and 'shippy and violent and sexy and did I mention pretty? (My husband is particularly in love with the fight choreography.) Many thanks to serendipityxxi for turning me on to it. :)
Third: Have a weekly dose of Burn Notice and Royal Pains (both of which should also be coming to a Hulu near you, soon.) I am reserving judgment on BN until I have seen more, though so far, so good, and I LOVE ROYAL PAINS. Hank can be my MD anytime. Eye candy aside, the dialogue is quick and clever, and I like all the characters we've been introduced to thus far. (Except the ones you're not supposed to like, of course.) icepixie, you might want to check it out - it's a little bit like Northern Exposure, but with fewer moose (mooses?). Also, it and Burn Notice both scream "SUMMER" to me - probably residuals from sitting up late watching Silk Stalkings (another great beach-themed show) on summer nights when I was in junior high.
I like Mental on Fox as well, but am less enthusiastic about it than the above two shows.
I've also been watching So You Think You Can Dance, both because I have a huge crush on Cat and because I am a dance junkie. But I think I like the audition/Vegas segments better than the actual competition portions. Is that weird? I don't know who I'm pulling for yet.
And lastly a meme, stolen from i_am_girlfriday :
The problem with LiveJournal is that we think we're close, but really, we know nothing about each other.
So I want you to ask me something you think you should know about me, something that should be obvious, but you have no idea about, or something you've always been curious about but have never asked, or something completely silly that you'd like me to answer for kicks. No limits on the range of questions, either: ask me anything you want to know about, whether it's a fannish opinion or a question about a fic of mine or trivia about my real life or my thoughts on events in the offline world.