Tuesdays after Buffy (for most of you and not me) lies the most relentlessly dark show since someone at CBS grew a set of temporary balls and put American Gothic on the air.
Matthew Fox is unrecognizable from the Party of Five guy he once was, and does an awesome job.
Last episode's tale about a vodoo curse and how some endings are unavoidable was one of the best things I've seen on TV in a while. If you haven't watched this show, give it a shot so I can see it make a second season.
It airs back to back with TZ here due to our lack of UPN and at 11:35, so I'd very much enjoy many years of this combo.
I dunno, it's not really up my alley. Usually after Buffy I end up on my computer or going out. I saw the previews for it, and it looks vaguely interesting, but I haven't been able to stand most of UPN's "Drama" line-up ever.
But then again, I've been horrible at picking good new shows recently. I thought American Idol would be terrible, and I ended up finding it perversly entertaining. I thought Push, Nevada would be great stuff, and I ended up never watching an episode. So...um...Maybe I'll give it an episode.
I'll tell you what, consider it a personal favor from me to you...
I should have listened to spf2119 about HHH because he is the smartest Wiener around.
Since everyone else is doing it (ok, not EVERYONE, but...)
Vikings (1-5) - Well on our way back to 1-15. Badgers (5-3) - Apparently the Motto is now "Wisconsin: Seeing How Many Close Games We Can Lose" Twins (OUT) - Oh well, if we're still around next year... Buffy 7.4 earns a 6.123 Out of 10 for being contrived and rather stupid. But at least the characters are less annoying than last season. And next week: All Anya, All the Time.
Things I liked: - No matter how hard Alveraz tries trouble seems to find him. In the end he was finally broken. - Keller/Beecher/Schillinger story ended in a pretty good way. Keller throwing himself off the balcony was surprising.