I got the first season of 30 Rock for Christmas and watched it last week. Even though they try to make her mousy Tina is funny and hot. A great combo.
The first season of Dexter was a present too. A different kind of hot. Not bad although if you watch the whole season in a marathon you have to skip over him shaving his neck at the beginning of every show or you'll become skittish about pork chops.
So true, Poly. My gal insists on skipping past the credits every time. She's creeped out by it. I find it hard to watch too... my imagination churns up ghoulish thoughts the beautifully-shot images merely slyly suggest.
But one of the best opening sequences for a show ever - right down to Dex' devilish grin as he strides along from the entrance to his condo. Perfect!
The sequence is beautifully shot but once a night is all we can take. That grin after locking the DEFIANT lock has also been much discussed in my household too. We have all seen it before. I knew someone in grade school who had that look. Did I know a serial killer or just a good actor?
She plays a "losers only date me" unwashed hair frump which sounds ludicrous how hot she is but she pulls it off. She wrote the Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan roles so perfectly they are seriously funny. Funnier than shweaty balls.
I think they were shot for renting. You can barely discern the commercial break.
Here is a place where you can save some cash. Don't buy Weeds. It has its moments but funny it isn't. I think it is the illogical part I hate. I can suspend belief with the best of them but when you pile up the illogicalisms six feet deep so that no character seems real just for a lame pot joke and it just is not funny. Kevin Nealon is the least funny.
The show gives getting high a bad name. The writers might have been giggling when they wrote it.
That said the kid who had his Johnson spray painted blue was funny when the maid had a hard time cleaning his tighty whities. "The maid thinks I am fµcking a Smurf."
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