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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by HinterXGames, Feb 8, 2013.
You need to get out a little more!
My wife will not watch any older shows of "The Office" because of Michael Scott. I have issues with Nicholas Cage, no particular character.
...and here, I thought I was the only one -- add another one to my list.
Ashton Kutcher on 2.5 men. Or anything else that no-talent a--hole has been in.
While I won't disagree (might make her more tolerable), what's up with using creepy characters to sell insurance (Flo, the 1960s Progressive floosy, creepy 1970s Progressive guy, and that creepy Nationwide guy)?
Insurance runs on insecurity and fear of the unknown. Characters that instill that vibe are ideal.
Scott Meisterheim on Bering Sea Gold.
I'm not sure who's worse, Scott or Steve. One is a big mean bully and the other is a whiny little girl.
I'm ready for Discovery Networks to "reDiscover" their origins and get away from this reality show crap...
Wesley Crusher, Star Trek TNG
Dr. Helena Russell, Space 1999
Don Knots character on Three's Company (Farley?)
I'm assuming you're referring to Steve Riedel - I agree ... and his daughter Emily is just as much a loser as he is. But, while I don't like them, I think Scott is the bigger loser idiot with a penchant for bullying and drunken violence.
As in Firefly?
I get it now, just watched the last episode. What a classy guy Scott is, drink all day while complaining he doesn't have any money.
I give Zeke credit, he's a little strange but a tough kid with a good work ethic. It's too bad he has the hots for Emily and can't cut her loose. He would make a ton more money if he had another diver and not dead weight.
Yup, we have winner!
Ok, anyone credited on Drop Dead Diva.
Speaking of Divas, I've been peeking at 'Double Divas', but it's pretty much a bust. I can't handle it so I am barely hanging in there. 'Twin Peaks' would've been a more fitting title, but that was already taken. IMO, the "Divas" should be nipped in the bud!
Yep. My pick too.
Man, those were the good ole days of the office... He was supposed to make you uncomfortable. That was the point. Now, when Robert California was on there, I couldn't stand him.
Zeke's "hots" for Emily has been a multi-seasonal bore. I finally had to give up on him doing anything rational except look for gold. His work ethic is an obsession with him that seems to make him miss the forest for the romantic trees - if you get my drift?
Scott's a piece of work, alright. He' also has a multi-seasonal history full of self-pity, and abusive behavior that he gladly parses out. He's a true paranoid who blames everybody else for his failures and then drunkenly goes out and practices his boxing on unsuspecting storefronts. It would serve him right to break a hand some day.
He's the type you really love to loath.