The Two Coreys

Season 1 Episode 8

Fly Away Haim

Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 26, 2007 on A&E
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Fly Away Haim
The simmering tension between Corey Haim and Susie reaches a boiling point; meanwhile, Haim and Feldman have a business meeting with an up-and-coming movie director.

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  • Everything boils over

    Well, it seems Haim has worn out his welcome at the Feldman house. Who didn't see this coming from a mile away? I know that most of this show has to be scripted, because there is no way Haim would do some of the things he does on purpose to make him look like the worst houseguest in the world. Yes, we know that Suzie and Haim lock horns in every episode. Don't insult our intelligence by showving this down our throats every single week. The bit about Haim spilling paint all over the kitchen counter? C'mon! I really love the Haim/Feldman pairing, but I don't think this show is the best way to showcase their talents.moreless
  • The end of an era........

    I had the unfortunate experience of stumbling onto the last 5 minutes of this while channel surfing.

    Apparently this is the final episode - though some kind of recap will air next week. God only knows why...

    Haim flips out called Feldmans wife a FEMALE DOG (apparently you cant quote the actual word according to TV.COM rules so you have to figure out what that is), Feldman then threatens to punch Haims lights out and then kicks Haim out of the house - he rides away in a cab - THE END. If anyone wondered why Haim and Feldman are no longer getting serious acting roles this show clearly demonstrates why.

    The whole thing was very badly acted. When they air the post series recap, Im sure youll be able to see what I mean. Yes, its 90% acting. The worst wooden acting was from Feldmans somewhat hot wife. Shows like this are an indication of how far south TV is going these days with the number of shows like this. 2nd tier cable networks have become an employment agency for every has-been actor that is looking resurrect an all but dead career. Whether its Scott Baio, Andrew Dice Clay, Tom Sizemore, Danny Bonaduce, Christopher Knight, Brett Michaels of Poison, Kirstie Ally, Anna Nicole Smith, Favor Flav, ect. Its the same old story. Which Im sure will be told over-and over - and over - and over again.moreless

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