The First Evil (asta77) wrote,
The First Evil

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Wednesday TV

Dang. I finally got myself some Pushing Daisies icons, but forgot to upload them last night.

I don't know if I'll ever have deep thoughts about Pushing Daisies which is OK. It's nice to have a show where you can just kick back, relax, and enjoy without feeling the desire or need to analyze. Not that I don't enjoy analyzing, but it can be exhausting. Moments that made me very happy:

"Big Daddy needs some new yarn." Heeeeee!!! I'm not even a knitter, but I very much appreciated the sentiment behind the remark.

"That one arm bitch was speedy." So do they just write all the funniest lines for Emerson or is it Chi that makes them so funny?

It took me a few seconds to realize Olive and Vivien were singing "Birdhouse in Your Soul" which was OMG PERFECT! I think it may be because I was too busy contemplating that the star of Wicked and the star of Little Shop of Horrors were singing together. :) I'm going to call it right now, assuming we get a second season, there will be a musical episode.

ETA: I forgot about Digby! He may be my second favorite character. ;) Loved the reunion between he and Ned and that they actually addressed that he knows to stay his distance.

Private Practice - I only continue to watch this show for Tim Daly and Paul Adelstein. Pete and Cooper need to go set up their own practice somewhere away from the crazy ladies. I actually had to flip the station several times because the women set off my cringe alarm. The really insulting thing about the show though is it's a medical practice that not only flouts standard medical practices, but the doctors are missing totally obvious diagnosis.

Huh. This episode was more serious than any previous. Tripp was acting like an ass in regards to the twins who I suppose we are to now assume aren't his. I have to say, they do seem to care much more about each other than any of the other siblings seem to care about each other, which makes them more like Nick, but it could also be a twin thing.

They certainly humanized Brian fast. He was genuinely remorseful about the affair and how it quite possibly has destroyed his life and marriage. More shockingly, he was nice to Nick. He even apologized to him. (I'd much prefer we find out Nick and Brian are brothers.) And instead of being angry at Brian Jr., he tells him he did the right thing.

TV Guide has an interview with Jensen Ackles. Pt 2 will be posted on Friday. I didn't see any spoilers, but I don't watch the show. ;) I didn't know he was almost Clark Kent.

Also from TV Guide - MORE behind the scenes changes at 'Bionic Woman'. I'm at a loss as to why NBC is fighting so hard to save the show. The feedback being left is awesome. With the exception of one person everyone agrees that Michelle Ryan needs to go. My favorite response to the article is, "Maybe they can get Jason Biggs in drag to replace Michelle Ryan? Anyone would be an improvement."
Tags: pushing daisies, tv_musings
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