Sorry, but this time I really must rant. I was watching the travel channel just now. This is the SECOND program I have seen on the travel channel like this. It’s a show called art attack. Sounds cool? I thought so..........until I started watching. This bozo is literally screaming the entire show. It was on an Egyptian monument transported to the met in NY. He’s explaining the 'magic' symbols of hieroglyphs, because they were 'like magic'. Another time there was a cooking show with two fat bastards who were also screaming the whole time. They were making a turkey. One guy was talking about putting seasoning into the turkey, meanwhile his fat friend was screaming, "lets do this" and "all right!". I mean, come on. Are we f'in retarded here? I remember a time when I could turn on the discovery channel and watch shows on Egypt. Well produced shows with mystical music in the background, dimly lit shots of the Egyptian temples that made them seem eerie and mysterious. A description of the history by a well spoken narrator. I also remember a show called 'great chefs of the world', and 'great chefs of USA', that would feature gourmet chefs and show how to make 5-star dishes. It was things like roasted duck, frog legs, and lamb stew. Now there is Rachel ray...........how a woman who has no training as a chef has a cooking show is beyond me. She should work at McDonalds. The more shows I see on TV, the more of this stupid, lets scream because screaming = energy and people will want to watch more. It makes me turn off the TV. Let’s not even get into the news. That’s total garbage too, except for Charlie rose. I am seriously thinking about sending an email complaint to the travel channel. At least they still have some good shows, like poker, Bizzare foods with Andrew Zimmer, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, and that show with Samantha Brown who travels around Europe. There was also that great show with this white guy who wore glasses and went around the world on PBS. He would explain the art, history and culture where he was at. Really good show. Also, this old workshop is good too. I generally like PBS, they have shows for people with a brain.