Maybe it has been bitched about at length already, but why don't they televise events live weekends? I mean, I see on my Comcast menu nothing until 2 pm PST. What's the NH stand for, New Hampshire?
I believe NH stands for Normal Hill, the "shorter" of the two jumps used in the Olympics.
I thought the ski jumping was great. NBC really cranked through the skiiers, showing 2-3 per minute, which is pretty quick. Pace was good, was easy to see good/better/best from the jumpers, and I thought the jumpers' form and stillness mid-flight was remarkable. (Calm eyes! Elegant flight!) Oh, and they had the usual awesome random fun facts about these otherwise anonymous dudes.
Swiss guy who won a cheese-rolling contest back in Bern. Another guy who looks like Harry Potter. Batman. Ridiculous anywhere else but the Olympics.
I didn't think the 5000m speed skating was that compelling, though I usually love speed skating. The South Korean medal was certainly unexpected. Of their 30+ medals in their Winter Olympic history, all but 2 or 3 have come in short-track skating. The SKs traditionally have been a highly-specialized WO country. This was considered aberrational but obviously fulfilling.
Women's biathlon on now... this sport is insane... LOVE it.