Member Since: 3/11/2012Favorite Shows: 24, Bones, Fringe, House, Life on Mars, That 70's Show, Arrested Development, Awake
House Finale Review: Enjoy Yourself (5/24/2012)Well done finale. It's true you can't always get what you want, but the hopes and dreams I had of House and Wilson riding off into the sunset together comes as close as possible for me. I've always believed the show revolved around these two and their relationship, and the show has always given them much respect. The song by Warren Zevon almost instantly brought me to tears. I was fine until that very moment. I dearly love that song, and have admired it, and the singer, for years. What a beautiful, appropriate sentiment. And THAT'S the House I know and love. Bravo.
Touch Review: Repairing the Universe (5/24/2012)Well done. I agree the side stories were touching, and the new character, Teller's "best friend" seems intriguing. I do believe it's a character that will add much to the story. And there seems to be much story left to tell here. I miss Jack Bauer, but I think a Bauer comes along only once in a lifetime. Keifer Sutherland is equally as interesting as an "everyman" because you still suspect that there is something simmering just below the surface. Maybe there is, maybe there isn't, but with Sutherland, you never can be sure. I think the best is yet to come for this show.
Awake Review: Perilous Positions (5/24/2012)Wow. It's really been quite a ride leading up to the season finale, and I know "Awake" won't disappoint us. After tonight's finale, I will never watch NBC again, that's for sure. I can't imagine I'm the only one in that regard. IF I had to choose which reality is real, I would have to also go with the green one. But I just am thinking there's got to be more to it than that. I mean, think about it...Britten being in a coma or dead (or something else - in between?) makes the most sense logically. For the sake of mercy and sanity, I would just hope that neither reality is real for this man, because how can one choose between not just one but two nightmarish worlds? How sad will it be to find that one is not real, but the other is not a world he would have chosen to live in anyway? But, if I'm right, how sad would it also be that he belongs to neither world, or to no world at all? Does Britten even exist? Or is this some manufactured terror we've been thrown into with him?