I can't stand the characters. I thought maybe I could get past the immature,overly liberal view of the world presented by the show. IN RESPONSE TO ANYONE UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT I MEANT BY LIBERAL VIEW OF THE SHOW I never said all characters, or even most, were liberal. I meant the point of view of the writers is overly liberal. So, of course they will put in conservative characters, so that they can make them look bad. The father is certainly a strawman conservative. While Fallon and her brother are the liberals who we are supposed to cheer for, but can't because they are snotty, trampy, crybaby brats. OK...back to the review; Never mind the attempt to distort real life issues, like the pipeline built on Indian ground, which mirrors real life, except that in real life the pipeline is not on Indian ground, but rather on privately owned ground that Indians in the area made up reasons to claim simply for obstruction purposes. Of course on this show the fact that pipelines provide jobs so families can eat is omitted. But OK. Lets let that go. Fallon is a real ungrateful snot. How exactly does he decide that her father's company should be hers? It is HIS. HE gets to decide everything about it. If she is so smart, and capable, then she should go start her own company. Her father owns the company absolutely, and has built it to where it is, and it is up to him what to do with it. The idea that she deserves the company simply because she is her father's daughter is pretty absurd. Simply because her father's father decided to give the company to his son, doesn't mean her dad has to do the same thing. That is just silly. And I completely understand why he would not give the company to her. She is treacherous, going behind his back and making a deal with his enemies simply because she is not given what she believes she deserves. She is a user, and very loose in her morals, enlisting the aid of the driver, and paying him with sex. If I were the dad, I would have disowned the two brats too. They are almost funny, because they are such perfect millennial stereotypes; shallow, trampy, and entitled without ever having done anything for themselves.
Even the fashions are completely lackluster. You would think when representing wealth at the very least you could show off some unique fashion perspective, especially with the old Dynasty for reference. NOPE. Failed that too. You've seen one sheath dress, you've seen them all. And can I just say the chick that plays Fallon is really just not that good looking. I'm not a guy, but maybe its her personality, but she gets ugly fast. Maybe its that mean frown always on her face. The raspberry high rise slacks are kind of good.