The talented and very funny Judy Greer is a star in the making; the problem is that she can't seem to find a show that will stick around long enough to bring her into the upper echelon of comedic actors.
Perhaps best known as the boob-exposing secretary Kitty Sanchez from the cult comedy Arrested Development, Greer's latest gig was cut short when ABC opted not to renew freshman comedy Miss Guided. Prior to that, she was part of the ensemble cast of Love Monkey, which lasted a mere eight episodes.
Greer aims to turn things around with her new role as lead in HBO's upcoming Suburban Shootout, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show is (once again) based on a British dark comedy about a woman (Greer) who escapes the concrete jungle in favor of the peaceful ...Read more
I suppose it’s a pet peeve of mine, but I find it exceedingly annoying when shows have to resort to characters acting as annoying or as stupid as possible simply to generate conflict. Such is the case with “Fever,” the penultimate episode of the first season of Legend of the Seeker. Our heroes actually fare well enough, but the plague of stupidity manages to infect just about everyone else. The result is an episode which, while important for its machinations regarding the Boxes of Orden, is otherwise simply not worth watching.
The central plot involves a small village that has been infected with a plague by Darken Rahl. The villagers, who had previously harbored Richard’s sister, Jensen, will only be given the cure for the plague if they manage to deliver the head of the Seeker to Darken Rahl. For her part, Jensen flees the village, and dumps ...
Hope has a warrior. Based on Terry Goodkind's best-selling fantasy series, The Sword of Truth, this series follows woodsman Richard Cypher as he transforms from woods guide to magical leader, with a task to stop a vicious tyrant, Lord Darken Rahl. Legend of the Seeker is produced by ABC Studios for syndication. The series was formerly known as Wizard's First Rule.moreless