Spoiler Alert Thursday
Despite ABC heavily promoting its “Summer Season,” there remains very little on TV. “Happy Town,” which was admittedly a terrible show but also not nearly as terrible as most network fare, was canceled after its last episode leaving two episodes unaired. Yes, most of the characters were superficial, but Peter Outerbridge’s character was something very, very special and there was something smarmy and creepy about Sam Neill–the guy most famous for being in “Jurassic Park.” For reasons not entirely clear, ABC has not yet had the wisdom to cancel “The Gates.”
For those who have not seen Snoop Dogg’s “Oh Sookie” video, they have both committed a criminal act most heinous and have not yet fully lived. A tidbit I forgot to mention last week: when Tara got in her fight with the rednecks outside of Merlotte’s, why did she throw her empty bottle away? If that was me, I’d certainly use the bottle-knife technology in that situation. I only raise this issue because this past weekend, one of our classy, drunken neighbours attacked our front porch with a broken bottle in a failed attempt to (presumably) cut up her boyfriend. I do hope that the final scene from this week’s episode was dream/fantasy rather than reality, regardless of how disturbingly amusing it was when Bill twisted Lorena’s neck around in a full circle.
I’ll remind those who do not ordinarily watch daytime TV that James Franco began reprising his role as the “death artist” Franco on “General Hospital” yesterday. While I don’t want Jason to die, I hope that Franco wins again. Also, tomorrow’s showdown between Sonny and Johnny should be awesome–so significant that even Sonny’s henchmen are getting their own scenes this week (“I don’t think this is going to work!” “Well, we have to follow the boss’s orders!”).
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