Things get off to a rocky start when several of the nation’s TV critics get aggressive with ABC’s top exec. Under pressure, he feeds them a tidbit regarding the return of Harold Perrineau to Lost. Critics’ impatience and irritation turn to affection when the net presents the much-anticipated Pushing Daisies. We meet the show’s female lead, Anna Friel, who leaves Eric feeling smitten. Producer Darren Star fails to differentiate between Cashmere Mafia and Sex and the City. Either way, it will take a lot to get us to watch Mafia, Big Shots, Women’s Murder Club or Cavemen ever again. And Private Practice is overshadowed by questions and criticism of Grey’s Anatomy.
Posted by:Brill Bundy
Brill Bundy has spent her entire career covering TV and pop culture. This is what happens when your parents try and limit your viewing habits to three shows a week. Likes: seasons with no more than 13 episodes, anti-heroes and binge-watching. Dislikes: when cartoon characters make out, when TV shows name check their titles, drawn out premieres and finales. TV words to live by: "If every porkchop was perfect, we wouldn't have hot dogs."Email Brill Bundy