Laura Dern and Mike White’s series was always an odd hybrid: part drama, part comedy; part satirical, part earnest; part introspective character study, part outward-focused whistleblower story. But it was always fully committed. In the second (and, sadly, final season), New Age crusader Amy Jellicoe (Dern) fought to expose corruption at the company she worked for while wrestling with her own issues after a nervous breakdown. At a time when ambitious TV focused mostly on ruthless men breaking bad, this was an unsparing but hopeful look at how much work it is to be good.
I Don’t Know What It Says About Either Me or the Blowjob I Was Just Getting That All I Could Really Think About Was What Kind of Sandwich I Wanted to Eat and What I Was Going to Watch on Netflix: An Autobiography
they’re spinning tyler hoechlin off into his own series. derek will be piloting a super-advanced military helicopter and, you know, kicking ass and changing lives every episode. they’re gonna call it… wait for it… teen airwolf.
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“I recall thinking that the computer would never advance much further than this. Call me naïve, but I seemed to have underestimated the universal desire to sit in a hard plastic chair and stare at a screen until your eyes cross.” D. Sedaris