4306RE: [Flewelling] Re: a treat for Lynn
- Sep 4, 2001That's okay, Robin--I like BOTH...lol
Homicide is wonderful for the grit, and Nash Bridges for
the playfulness of the characters. I grew up watching Don
Johnson, so it is hard not to like him... :)
--- Loireag <loireag@...> wrote:
> --- Jeff Johnson <jjohnson@...> wrote:
> > A few years ago one of the PBS shows (I can't remember
> which one) did
> > a
> > whole story on the making of an episode of
> Homicide:Life on the
> > Streets, and
> > they followed it with the episode itself, broadcast in
> its entirety
> > without
> > a commercial interruption. It was a superb pievce of
> > about
> > television,' and would have turned even the jaded
> viewer into a fan
> > of the
> > show.
> That was truly cool -- and it reminded me why Vincent
> D'Onofrio is an
> underrated actor. It was also fascinating to see the
> struggle Homicide
> had to put on every week in order to compete with
> <shudder> Nash
> Bridges. (Apologies to any Nash Bridges fans), as well as
> over content
> and language. It must be hell to try to get a realistic
> vision of cops
> on a network channel.
> Robin B.
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