Bob Lawless at the Credit Slips Blog ("Debtors Want Their MTV") discusses the Fifth Circuit case of Darby v. Time-Warner Cable, Inc. (In re Darby), No. 05-20931 (5th Cir. Nov. 14, 2006), in which the debtor claimed that §366 required the Cable Company to provide service, with adequate assurance of payment. The Fifth Circuit held that the cable company was not a utility under §366 because it was not a necessity, but Bob contends that it was the right result for the wrong reason. Head over to the Credit Slips Blog to read the analysis, and you can also read my summary of the latest cases under BAPCPA § 366 by clicking here.