Although their earlier visit did not go very well, Ruth suggests they invite George's estranged son Kyle for dinner. She's also thinking of inviting a friend of hers and introduce them. ... See full summary »
Sean McNamara and Christian Troy are two plastic surgeons running a partnership in Miami, Florida with different issues to life. Sean is a wishy-washy, weak-kneed, family man who distances ... See full summary »
"My So-Called Life" is a realistic mid-nineties teen drama series that takes a look at a 15 year-old girl and her trials and tribulations with being a teenager and dealing with friends, guys, parents and school.
Although their earlier visit did not go very well, Ruth suggests they invite George's estranged son Kyle for dinner. She's also thinking of inviting a friend of hers and introduce them. Nate goes to a grief management class but has trouble relating to the other participants. At the funeral home, Rico and Dave console Anne Thornton's husband who blames himself for his wife's death. Claire doesn't react well to criticism of her self-portraiture photos. David picks up an apparently stranded motorist but it all turns nightmarish for him. Written by
At approximately 20:00, while Brenda is eating and talking with her mom, the large cowl collar on her mom's sweater changes position each time the shot goes back to her. See more »
So how's it going with Olivier?
He's a very passionate man. He's lot of fun if you don't take him too seriously. And he's completely supportive of my decision to have vaginal rejuvenating surgery.
Darling, I've had a couple of children. You expecially took your toll. I mean, c'mon, no one wants to fuck a glass of water, if you know what I'm saying.
[puts away the glass of water she's drinking]
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The episode so horrible and misguided it nearly kills the series
It is rare in episodic television that a single show can be so dreadful that it upsets the integrity of a whole series. This is the case with the despicable "That's My Dog," a tasteless, out-of-control descent into cheap, anything-for-a-shock sleazoid TV hell. It is hard to take the character of David seriously after the bloody nonsense that he's forced to go through here. And this ultra-violent, druggie psycho with a gun episode thinks it's so "revolutionary" that it even dispenses with the successful "Six Feet Under" paradigm: the complex multi-story, multi-character editing. Nearly everything we know about David is smashed in this episode... especially his identity as a super-vigilant funeral director who would never allow anything despicable to happen to a body in his care! The whole show played like some third rate slasher film. How did the producers who created this magnificent series allow this lurid episode to happen? What kind of hold did writer Scott Buck have over these normally elegant artists? Were they so desperate to shake things up that they unwittingly risked the ruination of the series? This episode is an outrage.
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