It's obvious the writer and the director were new to this job. The camera shots were cliche, the dialogue was awful, and this episode made talented actors appear inexperienced. It is a sad day when good characters are given terrible material and having to work with a weak director. It forces them into the obvious, over-acting. Poor wirter, weak director. Great piece for a film class to learn from: what not to do. Judd Hirsch was the only redeaming light in the entire episode. Hopefully next week's episode will show more talent and creativity, and leave the writer and director of this episode behind.
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