A recent article said the TV summer lineup is "on fire," with hours of programming slated to hopefully keep people glued to their screens. In summer? Friends, family, and I think of going outside, or work through increasing reading lists. For features, it appears the do-or-die box office opening weekend model will continue, with spring releases such as Noah and Captain America already out of theaters. Godzilla dropped over fifty percent after one week, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 sixty-three percent. Which leaves romantic comedies to fill out what's left after everyone's seen the big actioners. Perhaps the one true thing this summer proves is that sequels are still alive and well, twenty-five years after the third Indiana Jones. Then again, maybe this is the summer people will grow tired of sequels and stay in to watch TV, via DirecTV, when they can.