Sofa Snark: The Obama Rant – March 29, 2009

Here's the fourth webisode of Sofa Snark, my weekly vlog series wrapping up the week's prime-time television shows. Portia de Rossi is back on TV, as is Ian McShane. Balthazar Getty takes a hike from "Brothers and Sisters" and "Lost" has gone primal. Other shows hit on include "Gossip Girl," "Better off Ted," "Big Love," "Kings," "Breaking Bad," "Saving Grace," "Heroes," and "Grey's Anatomy." Until next time, xoxo.

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