So many stories...so little time. It feels like we were just getting started and now ABC has yanked a good series.
This episode was a good setup for the President and Templeton to battle it out in an election year. And the election wasn\'t the only battle we could see coming. With Rebecca falling for one of Templeton\'s staffers, the potential conflict within the President\'s family is huge. Not to mention the professional reprecussions as Rebecca\'s typical daughter-ly complaints to her boyfriend could become national news.
And what of Jim Gardner being asked to serve as VP. This show was carving out a nitch for itself. We were just learning who these characters were...and what they really stood for.
It felt like both the show and the "administration" were just getting their footing. Not following in the footsteps of previous political dramas, "Commander in Chief" had the potential to blaze a new trail - even if it was just a Tv show. Now...it\'s been left unfinished.