But, but, but…”24″ has gotten so boring that I was hoping they would cancel it so I don’t have to watch it anymore. I know, you’re asking why I don’t just stop watching it. Well, I’m hooked. Hooked and, well, Elisha Cuthbert is so damn hot!!

Fox bolsters lineup
24 will live to see another day.
The Kiefer Sutherland real-time thriller has been renewed for a fourth season, the Fox network announced yesterday.
24 wasn’t the only show to get the greenlight for another year from the network. Also picked up for another season were Malcolm in the Middle, the Bernie Mac Show and the hit teen soap opera The O.C.
“We are delighted,” Fox entertainment president Gail Berman told media yesterday.
“These celebrated and groundbreaking shows are the backbone of Fox’s scripted programming and we’re pleased that these outstanding series will remain a vital part of our year-round programming mix.”
The four shows join That ’70s Show, The Simpsons and King of the Hill, which were previously renewed for another season. MADtv has been picked up until 2008.
Of the renewed series, 24 is the highest rated, attracting about 11 million viewers.
Bernie Mac averages about seven million watchers weekly. Malcolm, which celebrated its 100th episode this year, garners almost nine million weekly viewers.
The O.C., which debuted last summer as a 21st-century Beverly Hills 90210, has an average weekly audience of about 10 million and, given its subject matter, predictably attracts the much-coveted teen and young adult demographic.
The bad news? No renewal yet for Arrested Development, the sensationally-funny comedy starring Jason Bateman that, despite critical acclaim, remains on the bubble. The fate of Tru Calling, starring Eliza Dushku, is also as yet undetermined.