Originally Posted by cavalierlwt
Sorry to stereotype, but have to admit that I severely doubt this show is very popular with Conservatives. I mean, seriously, seriously doubt it. I'll bet my left nut
99.9% of the audience is moderate and left. I have known a Conservative who smoked pot regularly, so anything is possible. I'm sorry the lone Republican who does enjoy this show is annoyed with it's politics, some things can't be avoided I guess.
In the words of Bill Clinton: 'I feel your pain'
Well it sounds like that nut is hanging from a liberal tree, so there's not much value in that bet.
The politics of the show are not the issue.
The obtuse insertions of politics are.
I still don't understand how or why people here continue to categorize the audience of this show and to do it with their own skewed prejudices.
The show has some terrific peaks but the writing has been very inconsistent.
The first episode introduced us to a widow who wanted to maintain the lifestyle that her family has become accustomed to. It's interesting that the DEA character is now pleading with her to get back onto her original life path. Why her character has developed the way it has is a mystery only the writers can solve, since they took her so far off course. It's like the writers are using him to ask the questions that viewers, like me, are asking.