So Fly, you've shot down a few times my request for shows like Stewart, Colbert, Ferguson, Letterman, Fallon, Kimmel, Conan, etc to be in your daily poll for a number of reasons, one being that they are not 'prime time'.
So what's Saturday Night Live doing in today's poll? The show that brags that they are "not ready for prime time".
Is it because they are a "variety" show and not a fake news/talk show? If so then why do the Emmy's include them together in "Outstanding Variety Show"? All the above mentioned shows do skits, have fake news, have musical acts, etc. What makes SNL so special? (or the other after 11pm shows you have listed today?)
Is it because it's "Saturday" and "Saturday" gets an an exemption from the rest of the week?
If so, you list two shows today (Rove LA & First Look) that are on Sunday not Saturday. Sure, it's the same 'viewing cycle', but then so are the weekly late nighters.
Hey, it's your poll, you can run it anyway you want (likewise I can participate any way I want (if I even if I want to)). But if your goal with these threads is to really survey what people here are watching why not have some logic to it?
If it's Prime Time, then it should be Prime Time. If it gets extended for some not PT shows it should be available for other not PT shows - especially for shows that would actually be watched (unlike a majority of the options you list daily).
One of the first lessons about TV is that you should cater to your audience (whether that's right or wrong is easily debatable). The Outhouse probably isn't the place to see if anyone is going to watch the Style channel or Oprah's channel. BK mentioned before about whittling away the obvious rejects (and adding them back in if they are entered by individuals). I second that recommendation.
End note - I really do like the polls (hell, most days I think it's just the two of us who participate) and the entertainment extension you bring to the Outhouse and this post isn't intended to be negative.