Originally Posted by Lils Roro
That would be Joe Bulo, played by Brad Garrett, the Kansas City rep and Mike Milligan's boss. Joe used a special shampoo to combat the soft water in Minnesota, which is why Milligan felt of his hair.
I was surprised Hansee survived.
It seemed to me Joe, as the lead K.C. guy, would be needed further in the series and that the NA knew the true story of what happened to Rye, thereby making him expendable from Dodd's POV.
Originally Posted by gwsat
I thought this week's episode was a mixed bag. All of the scenes involving Ronald Regan seemed pretty slow to me.
I enjoyed it.
I thought Bruce Campbell did a fine job capturing the spirit of RR.
His urinal story of substituting a Hollywood movie for actual war experience was something he and John Wayne were said to have done.
In stark contrast, everything involving the Indian kid with the crippled hand and Ed the butcher was out of this world.
Very surprising shake-out.
And I particularly enjoyed the development where, after Peggy had sold her car so that Ed could buy the butcher shop, the butcher shop burned down.
True Karma in action.
I bow to superior literary memory.