By episode’s end, the political speeches postponed by Al in the season opener had taken place, but Al paid a price for his defiance.
Let us now praise the law.
It had to be one of the quickest seductions in the history of television.
As suggested by one of Hearst’s own self-descriptors (“It mistakes my nature absolutely.”) Milch has a keen eye for his actors’ untapped resources.
Not with a bang...not even a whimper...it was more like a wet fart.
It’s strange to think of Deadwood as a life-affirming show, but it is.
HBO’s Deadwood, which begins its second season tonight, is the greatest dramatic series in the history of American television.
Lost is something more than high-thrills boob tube feed.