Wonderland: Season 1, Episode 1

Pilot (30 Mar. 2000)

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Dr. Neil Harrison ( ) conducts a group therapy session with several mental health patients that quickly devolves into a heated argument... See full synopsis »

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Dr. Neil Harrison ( ) conducts a group therapy session with several mental health patients that quickly devolves into a heated argument... See full synopsis »

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Well, well, basic cable comes up with an original idea and scraps it...
26 March 2005 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I'm not quite as convinced as others that the reality of the severely mentally ill in America was represented accurately with 'Wonderland' but I do know it was a well done and engrossing series that didn't survive its premiere. Its such a horrid cliché that everything good on TV snuffs it off the bat - Freaks and Geeks, Bonny Hunt, Family Guy, etc. Anyway, what was made available of Wonderland promised for good television. I was most impressed by Ted Levine (best known as the psycho from Silence of the Lamb) as a doctor coping with the end of his marriage and following civil but trying custody battle. The patients with the exception of the mass murderer introduced in the debut were decidedly ordinary to the point of banality. I recall fondly an elderly couple, one accusing the other of being crazy, citing idiosyncrasies as evidence, thus forcing the counselors considering the case to examine their own romantic relationship. Ahhh, but who needs such depth when you can force wannabe actors and models to eat raw pig parts for prizes and entertainment?


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