NBC (ended 2007)
|I loved John pretending to be a backwater hillbilly and then slamming it in their face. It really took the Ohio thing and turned it on its head.|
|... Finally, before I go I know someone will bring this up: yes, the entire state knows that technically "Ne-vah-duh" is the correct way to pronounce the word. The thing is, Nevada is the last of what's left of the Wild Wild West: we really don't care.|
|The pacing of this episode did feel a bit different - even slightly off . . . |
3.) It'll happen when there's interlacing between past and present; and, even more when leading to a second part.
Still a solid episode, though!
|. . . John Goodman, as many have mentioned, was wonderful and I am really starting to like Jack. He can't help that he is the "bad guy" in the sense that he is the corporate guy and must keep his distance and oppose the show on some issues. . . .|
|Definitely above average episode! John Goodman is the King! WOW!!!!!! I still think Steven Webber is a weak link, would have loved to have Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) in that role. Webber is a little too weak and unbelievable.|
|You say you don't care, so why post about it at all?|
Anyone else feel that Sarah Paulson isn't getting enough credit for her role? This is probably one of the best developed christian characters that I've seen on TV in years, not a stereotypical character that doesn't take offense to everything yet deffends their beliefs. Plus the fact that the character is played by an out actress just adds more the development.