Week in Review: Back to Work

This was the week the strike finally ended and the writers went back to work, first Tina Fey and then everyone else (not that it helped Jay Leno). Sadly, this meant Fey could no longer be the official Vulture Strike Zone mascot. But no matter, we had more important things to worry about, like nursing ourselves back to health after watching history's lamest-ever awards show. Actually, the Grammys weren't all bad; Amy Winehouse was pretty great, and even though we disagreed with Herbie Hancock's win for Album of the Year, it all made sense once Kareem Abdul-Jabaar explained it. Anyway, who won the strike? Well, if you're a 24 fan, not you.

This was the week the strike finally ended and the writers went back to work, first Tina Fey and then everyone else (not that it helped Jay Leno). Sadly, this meant Fey could no longer be the official Vulture Strike Zone mascot. But no matter, we had more important things to worry about, like nursing ourselves back to health after watching history's lamest-ever awards show. Actually, the Grammys weren't all bad; Amy Winehouse was pretty great, and even though we disagreed with Herbie Hancock's win for Album of the Year, it all made sense once Kareem Abdul-Jabaar explained it. Anyway, who won the strike? Well, if you're a 24 fan, not you.