After watching the beginning of season four of Big Love, I think we can safely give up on ever having a premiere of this show that isn’t a busy and exhausting whirlwind.
The season finales of Big Love often have a bit of an out-of-control feel to them.
No matter how devoted you are to your creed (be it religious or otherwise), you’re always going to let it down.
“Rough Edges” just plunges forward, pell-mell, not terribly concerned with if it makes a lot of sense.
I’m sure some really enjoy the seriocomic tone that the Juniper Creek storylines can strike.
He’s arguably the most important character in Big Love, even if we never directly see Him, even if we never are sure how He feels about the Henricksons.
Few shows on TV have as many scenes that feel like they should be dream sequences but actually turn out to be reality as Big Love does.