Sunday, May 31, 2009

Pushing Daisies

Pushing Daisies returned last night for the first of the final three shows.  I enjoyed seeing Richard Benjamin and George Segal and wish they'd had bigger parts.  As usual, I liked the colors, the pacing, the rapid-fire dialog, and just about everything. And I don't mind the whimsy that seems to bother some people.  I can stand a little whimsy now and then, or even a lot.  Too bad there are only two more episodes to go.  There's not another show I watch that has the verve of this one.

5 comments:

Janet Rudolph said...

Oh, no... I deleted the series record and missed last night's episode. Thanks for the heads up for the next two. I love this series, and I'm sorry they're pulling the plug.

Anonymous said...

I hate verse.

Lou Grant

Anonymous said...

That was supposed to say 'verve'.

Bill Crider said...

Lou hated spunk, too.

Todd Mason said...

Spunt, Bill. "I hate spunt." Or was that "scrolo"?

Nobody does the candy colors as much as PD, no. Liked the palate of SWINGTOWN, though, and the cinematography is usually the only fully good thing about CSI MIAMI.