Sunday, July 17, 2005

The Best Show I'm Not Watching Is . . .

The 4400. I missed the two-hour premier back in June and ever since, I've been unable to catch up. I guess I'll watch it on DVD when it's released. In the meantime, every Sunday I'm bummed that I'm not watching it.

What about you? What show aren't you watching that you really wish you were or that you've heard so many good things about that you're sad or ashamed you've never given it a chance? Leave your vote in the comment section.


Blogger Trailhead said...

Into the West. I watched the first episode and couldn't catch any more of them. I mean c'mon, it's summer, and they're showing it on weekends. I've comforted myself that I can get it on DVD later. Any insights on the quality of this show? Should I bother, or just forget about it?

8:17 PM  
Anonymous Fullmoon said...

Although I love anything regarding Native Americans and the raw deal they got during the invasion of the white man, I have found this series to be hard to follow. Too many characters played by too many actors (most of the main characters have three different people playing one character from teen and 20- something to 60-something). However, all this confusion can be overlooked for the beautiful scenery, not to mention the hot actors (Matthew Settle, Tyler Christopher, and too many of the Native American actors to name specifically). And, I would consider changing my sexual orientation for Thunder Heart Woman--oh I guess I should tell you WHICH Thunder Heart Woman--the one played by Tonantzin Carmelo. All in all it is worth watching (I personally have tuned in at least once to all episodes). So, yes, Trailhead, do bother. OH, and by the way, it helps to log on to for a complete list of characters, their niche in the story, and how they relate to each other.

12:10 PM  
Blogger Rose said...

The season finale was gawd awful, but when it started up again it sucked me in. It's hit or miss. The acting is bad, some episodes are painful to watch, but once in awhile there's a great episode which keeps me coming back.

1:20 AM  

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