For the past three years, I've been able to watch Canadian Football League games on ESPN3 (WatchESPN or whatever else they call it) via Google Chrome on Google TV on my Sony NSZ-GT1. Every year ESPN changes the rules and talking to them results in comments that usually sound like: "You're not supposed be watching on your TV, we only have this programming for computer users." And you know, Google TV/Chrome just looks like a computer to the ESPN output. This year, though, they're using popups to show the stream, and Chrome insists on blocking the popup. If, once I see the " X Popup Blocked" on the screen, I can then click the settings symbol on my controller, go the the "Blocked Popups" listing, click on the blocked popup (shown as "Streaming Online: WatchESPN"), and then return to the streaming window and the program continues. It would be nice, though to just select the stream I want and not have to deal with the blocked popup. Because I don't have the required 10 posts, I can't show the link I see when I run the cursor over the streaming. If it's something you'd like to see, I can always PM it to you. Or... you could just Google "CFL on ESPN" to get a link to the streaming site. Based on what I see of the link when I select it, I've tried a whole lot of possible entries for allowing the popup without success. Does anyone have a recommendation to get me past this? I'll just continue to go through settings until and unless someone can provide the answer. Thanks in advance for any help.