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I Love Dick (2016)
Fantastic, creative, original!
The reason for the low rating on this episode is the fact that a whole bunch of people are rating it "1" without even seeing it. It's pretty obvious when more people have voted 1 than any other category, and pretty common when it comes to innovative (read: provocative) works like this. I'm saying this because I want you to know that you should see this even though the rating is pretty bad/mediocre. Some people might not like the themes explored about women, sex, feminism, art and existential ideas. I do. But what I love about is the _way_ the episode explores these ideas, and the original approach to visual storytelling. It's something special. And it deserves to get made just based on originality and creative genius alone - even if you don't agree with the ideas presented or find them interesting. But if you do, you will love it and probably think it's one of the best single episodes you've ever seen.
Quality all over
This is only my second review on IMDb. I rarely take the time to write them, but this show really deserves it.
It is not your typical family drama. I know, it might seem like it. You read that Lauren Graham is one of the characters and you get sceptical, if you see a couple of minutes of it here and there it also might seem like all the other bad family dramas you've watched. But it's not.
I really don't get why this show is being so neglected. I've never seen more brilliant performed drama. And yeah, I've watched all the most popular and critically acclaimed shows: The Wire, Six Feet Under, Mad Men, Sopranos etc. Loved them. But neither of these shows has the same degree of realism or the same emotional range (they have a lot of other huge qualities though). The acting is excellent. Superb in every way. The characters are multidimensional, they make mistakes and they go through their everyday problems. You will not see car explosions in this series, and people wont get killed every other episode. Every event builds up real slow, and maybe the biggest dramatic highlight in an episode is that one of the kids have trouble getting friends at school. But that's the beauty of it. It's in the little things.
You might not love it after one episode or two. But like all the best television series it develops best over time. This show has many of the best character developments I've ever seen. If you like quality drama - please give it a try. This show really really deserves it.
(And it only get's better with the seasons. I'm writing this after watching 11 episodes of season 4.)
The Good Wife (2009)
A show about politics
This is not a family/drama series.
This is an intelligent and well written series about politics and the law.
The system, if I may.
The character developments are great, indeed, but the focus of the series is not on the main character as a wife or parent - but as a lawyer, and the cases her firm handles. Her struggles with her husband becomes another way of portraying examples from politics, rather than being the center of the series. With that being said, the drama scenes here and there are extremely well written.
This is a show that grows on you, like great series does, building up slowly - Until you find yourself hooked. It gives me the same feeling as another great TV-series, The Wire. It is also visually stunning.
Take your time with it, watch the whole first season. It won't disappoint you.