'Friday Night Lights' alum has all the bonafides, but a David E. Kelley show?
Why isn't the show considering even a temporary solution to this mess?
Here's the one question I haven't seen a satisfactory answer to in this whole mess involving Charlie Sheen and "Two and a Half Men" that seems to get messier by the day:
Why does no one at the show seem willing to consider the idea of seeing - either in the short or long term - if the show can work without Sheen?
Even with his popularity, is 3 appearances in 4 seasons too much?
I look at "Survivor" bringing Russell Hantz back for the third time in four seasons in much the same way Yankee fans looked at George Steinbrenner rehiring Billy Martin for a third, fourth and fifth time. Just because something worked once upon a time doesn't mean it's going to keep on working, and insistence on going back to that well over and over suggests a franchise that fundamentally doesn't know what to do any more to recapture past glory.
Did a 'Social Network'-inspired story stick too close to the facts?
Lights' comeback doesn't come easy
Michael Emerson gives Adam and Kristina a glimpse of adult Asperger's
A new video camera brings unintended consequences in a very funny episode
Has the superhero family show improved since the fall?
I checked out on "No Ordinary Family" relatively early in the season, figuring I would try it again either on a slow night or when ABC made a screener available. The latter happened with tonight's episode, and I have some thoughts on the episode, and where the show stands at this point, coming up just as soon as I fight myself...
Serial killers, freaky kidnappers and Forest Whitaker
The show goes 2-for-3 on Valentine's Day stories