Kristin (2001– )

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Series cast summary:
 Kristin Yancey (11 episodes, 2001)
 Tommy Ballantine (11 episodes, 2001)
 Aldo Bonnadonna (11 episodes, 2001)
 Santa Clemente (11 episodes, 2001)
 Tyrique Kimbrough (11 episodes, 2001)
Christopher Durang ...
 Reverend Thornhill (11 episodes, 2001)


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She's Great; The Show Isn't
13 June 2001 | by (Lexington, Kentucky) – See all my reviews

I'm writing this after seeing the second episode of the show. It was much better than the pilot, though almost anything would be. In a nutshell, Chenoweth is wonderful. She's beautiful, talented, and full of life. When she's on screen, the show is tolerable. Without her, it's dead.

I have to ask this question: do we really need ANOTHER show set in New York City? I have nothing against New York, and there's nothing wrong with having a FEW shows set in the Big Apple. (Indeed, "Seinfeld" and "All in the Family" were great shows that SHOULD have been set in New York.)

But enough already! It seems like NBC can't do a sitcom set anywhere BUT New York! There's a whole COUNTRY out here, guys. Would it kill you to do a show in Peoria, Paducah, or Pocatello, Idaho? America doesn't stop at the Hudson River.

Back to "Kristin": keep Chenoweth and lose the office setting. Jon Tenney doesn't add a thing. In episode two, the scene with Kristin at her church was by far the best scene. Play up the "innocent Oklahoma girl tries to break into show business" angle.

The pilot was bad. The second episode was better. I'm rooting for this show to improve each week. Kristin Chenoweth deserves a good show. She could be a TV superstar if a network can fashion a quality show around her.

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