I just didn’t understand it. I was watching Notorious and Cary Grant wasn’t anywhere to be found. Ingrid Bergman either.
Then I remembered. I was watching Notorious, the new TV series about a high-end defense attorney and a high-powered TV news producer in La teaming up during a high-profile murder trial. ABC ran Notorious in its revamped Tgit line-up. It wanted something like the Shonda Rhimes shows Grey’s Anatomy or How to Get Away With Murder but without the Rhimes or reason. Or the skill. Notorious wasn’t even as good as a Shonda Rhimes show and I haven’t been able to make it through one episode of any of her shows without looking for the Kevorkian machine.
In the first episode of Notorious, one of the clients of Jake Gregorian, the high-end defense attorney, had a problem. No, not the