Why we aren’t as depressed as we are most Sunday nights

6921_5528662602Sunday nights are the worst. The weekend is over. Monday is just a few hours away. And worst of all, there is nothing good on the TV. (I know there are some diehard Flight of the Conchord fans who might disagree with me, but I defy one of you to tell me that this second season pales in comparison to the first.) However, tonight is different. We at Pretzel Day have been looking forward to this day for a few weeks now.

Tonight at 10:30 Eastern Time HBO is set to premiere Eastbound and Down a new comedy series  about a down-on-his-luck baseball player starring Danny McBride. (of Tropic Thunder, Pineapple Express, and the litte known The Foot Fist Way) The series, which is co-produced by Will Ferrell, is set to run for six episodes this spring.

Now our positions here at Pretzel Day did not give us enough credibility to score any sort of exclusive preview type deal, but that doesn’t make us any less excited about tonight.

So, readers of Pretzel Day, don’t feel too depressed about the work week that is now six and a half hours away. Hope you all had a good weekend and, as always, thank you for your continued support of Pretzel Day.

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