"Hockey won't hold still to give you a better look. You wouldn't want it to anyway. It's the action that makes the possibilities endless."
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Well, finally manned up and watched the last EVER 2 episodes of, what I can honestly say was one of my most ever favorite shows. And, whilst I shed a tear, I could not have crafted a better goodbye to Hank & Britt.
I will miss you guys.
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Another show I said goodbye to last night. This one...I am torn. Light's clear victory against Death Row Reynolds...yet the obvious direction this show was going in, with his dementia...the surreal last 13 minutes and his...'Who won?'. As much as I loved this show it looked like they were going to go down the pugilist dementia road and that just would have been too sad. A great 'One and Done' show. You all should keep an eye out for Holt McCallany, cause the guy proved he's a helluva likeable actor on this show.
It's probably a good thing that I barely watch the telly since it seems that a lot of good shows just get canceled.
What show am I still bitter about getting canceled too early?
Review: TNTs Men of a Certain Age resumes season 2 - HitFix.com
The three heroes of TNT's Peabody Award-winning "Men of a Certain Age" (which returns for the second half of its second season tomorrow night at 10) have taken to defining themselves more by what they aren't (young, energetic and optimistic, to name just three things) than by what they are. And it seems much easier to describe the show that way, too.
It's not quite a drama, not quite a sitcom. There's no obvious TV "franchise" (cops, doctors, lawyers, etc.) to hang stories on every week, nor are there sweeping story arcs or big action.
It's a small show about small moments in the lives of three men who feel their possibilities getting smaller every day. In today's TV marketplace - where executives tend to demand some combination of big, loud and familiar - it feels like something of a miracle that "Men" is still around,
For anyone interested the second season of The Glades on A&E starts sunday. If you have Time warner they have the whole first season On Demand.
Its a typical cop show with a little bit of humor and a little bit of drama. The characters are cool, nothing groundbreaking but an entertaining hour none the less.
Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh