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Posted: Oct 24 2008, 09:51 PM
Member No.: 70
Joined: 7-August 08
Note: 1: this is just my opinion. you are welcome to yours.
2: These are just shows I personally watch.
Hello and welcome to the Canus Minoris TV Hour.
The fan-base, and the hope that season 3 will be looking up is the only thing keeping 'Heroes', the NBC smash hit, alive. So far, it's looking good, but, there have been several elements that are causing problems already. One of the most notable is Mohinder's little spaz. If you don't know what I'm talking about I'll sum it up: he turned into Spider-Man, then turned into Spider-Sylar. Heroes has thus far stood the test of time, but it's riding real close to the edge.
It's had what, almost ten or more seasons?!? WHAT? They are definitely running out of ideas. To make matters worse, many of the characters have left the show, and I heard that the guy who plays Grisholm (I think that's how you spell that) is leaving soon to. The new chick that they got so far fails at attracting any viewer love, but it's only been one episode. Will the variable Titan of the Small Screen continue strong? Or will the giant finally fall? Only time will tell.
One of the things I liked about NCIS was that it established the characters personalities and characteristics without plunging to deeply into their personal lives (with the major exception of Gibbs, who needed the extra personality establishment). I have not seen much of the new season, but I know it is slightly sub-par.
4. House M.D.
House had an ingenious formula. It was the show where you weren't supposed to like the characters. It's still going strong, but so far, it has been a little more...shall we say...touchy...than usual. It's beginning to be that Hugh Laury plays the only good character. I like the nerdy guy. The plastic surgeon I can put up with. But the new girl just plain gets on my nerves. WILSON I LOVE YOU!!!! LOL.
This is an interesting new show. So far, I'm enjoying it, but we really aren't seeing enough of the dark sub-plots. Walter is kind of annoying, but I can deal with it.
As brilliant as ever. Keep 'em coming, guys!!!
7. Criminal Minds
The show took a sharp turn when Gideon left, but it's picking up the pieces. The show remains a fairly revolutionary concept, and keeps cranking out new ideas.