After reading about these hearings, I wonder when Congress will respond to the clamor for hearings investigating why the seasons for HBO series are so short, and why they take so much time between seasons. I've caught up on all the old Deadwoods, and Curb Your Enthusiasm ended tonight. This is an outrage of underproduction in quality televised programming, and Congress should certainly look into why this market failure is occurring. The Sub-Committee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce should have jurisdiction.

The same article linked above helpfully informed me that, "undefeated Southeastern Conference champion Auburn was undefeated in 2004."