Take them out and it would be a good show.
Otherwise the show was cute.
"The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance Â it is the illusion of knowledge." - Daniel Boorstin
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." - MLK
This might end up a pretty good show.
Not too much enthusiasm in this thread so far.
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They killed the SACD. Bring it back.
That wasn't my take on this thread. In the handful of posts there isn't any blatant hate as I 've seen in other threads. All in all I'd say "middling" is the tread take on the show. I'll give it a bit of time and see where it stands.
I didn't like Boston Legal either, so maybe this isn't for me.
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RIGHT on all counts. But, for me, it is entertaining and engaging....
It's typical David E. Kelley, and because of that I enjoy it, as ridiculous and silly as it will probably get.
Overall, not a bad outing. I'm enjoying the show for what it is -a light semi-comedic hour. It doesn't take itself too seriously and that's what makes it fun for me.
Yes, you're wrong.
Andy Sipowicz said it a few times on NYPD Blue over the years.
Oddly enough, it usually gets edited for cable.
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I just don't get the reasoning behind needing to have the camera cut away from a main scene just to focus on someone in the background looking at them. To me that adds absolutely nothing and it seems to be a constant occurence whenever Bates' assistant is in the room.
All I know is that I miss James Spader. ;-)