A good show and a bad show

We watched the premieres of the “Reaper” tonight at CW and “Big Shots” on ABC. Here you get a cheap show like the “Reaper”, shot in Vancouver no less, and it’s very funny, interesting and well directed (by Kevin Smith). And then you get the expensive “Big Shots”, which is dull and stupid. Why anyone would want to watch a series where all 4 main characters are man whores and they are all CEOs but we learn nothing about what they exactly do at their jobs. Zero morals on that show, it made me wanna puke. I hope it gets canceled for the sake of our civilization.

Same goes for “Cane” too. That show was not nearly as bad as “Big Shots”, but again, why would I want to watch some rich people killing anyone on their path to get richer? I am much better represented by Dr Who and his teleporting phone-booth rather than “Cane”.

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Ben wrote on September 28th, 2007 at 12:21 PM PST:

You know, your sentiments on Big Shots are exactly mine for Sex in the City. Ironically, and from what I’ve read, the audience is supposed to be the same for Big Shots as it was for the vapid and shallow Sex in the City…

A gaggle of lame women sleeping around is somewhat entertaining, taken in small doses, but a group of self-congratulatory metrosexuals is too much for my taste as well.


JC wrote on September 28th, 2007 at 12:24 PM PST:

It’s called a TARDIS.


William Eggington wrote on September 28th, 2007 at 12:36 PM PST:

Oh man I loved Reaper. Haven’t laughed so hard in a LOOoong time. The dust buster, painting eyebrows on his friend after he got burnt. . . sick stupid goofy stuff but done in a way that you just can’t help getting into. I’m hooked already. 🙂


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Eugenia wrote on September 28th, 2007 at 1:10 PM PST:

>Big Shots are exactly mine for Sex in the City.

Exactly. This is how I felt too.

>I loved Reaper. Haven’t laughed so hard in a LOOoong time

I felt the same too. I don’t think I have laughed THAT MUCH with a show for a long time either! That was comedy well done.


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