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I got a list with 78 "favourite" shows, so every show gets points, #1 gets 75 points and #78 gets 1 Point. That of course changes when I finish a new show I like or another season, so the ranks change and my excel list is doing some new calculating.
Anyway, I gave every actor points for the show he is in, like f.e. Rachel Griffiths was in both B&S and SFU, so she gets points for both shows. But only for the percentage of episodes she has been in. That means: Rachel has been in 60 of 63 episodes of SFU (95 %), so she gets 95 % of 76 points (SFU is on #3 of my favourite shows) and 98 % of 58 points for B&S. I only include actors from which I have seen TWO complete seasons of TWO different shows. That's all, don't care if I liked both or not. Some actors also get included if they have had a long guest role.
So far, Michael C. Hall had been the number one, but after I finished Revenge, I could give my loved and favourite tv actress Emily VanCamp the number 1 spot, she's the only actor with 3 shows on my list, so that of course earned her some additional points. I don't think her top spot will be in danger so soon, her show is running and still could improve, and the other top ten actors already have very high rated shows, so they can't rise that much anymore.
Glory Days (2002)
No Glory for Glory Days
I watched this show on TV, it was okay then, now I'm re-watching my DVD set and have to tell you that this show has done it all wrong. Kevin Williamson did a fantastic job developing "Dawson's Creek", he originally intended to write this show as a drama, but the network (The WB) wanted to have a boring murder of the week show, so they got one, and I'm happy that it lasted only for 9 episodes. Let's start with the positive aspects: I like the cast, the actors do their best I think, they could do better, but those crappy scripts prevent them from having much to do. Every episode is a stand alone complex, what happens is forgotten next episode. The characters are interesting, they could be better, but what should they do if 90 % of every episodes revolves around a boring Case of the Week, when again a person is murdered or a freak shows up? There are almost no character moments or development, the best we get is a boring subplot about Zane or Sara dating some person that is gone by the end of the episode.
And it's totally unbelievable how often the main characters are involved in the crimes, Sam gets kidnapped, Rudy gets locked up for killing a woman he had a date with, the pattern is always the same: We have a crime in the beginning, then Rudy and of course Mike, who can't sit still, who has to be a bit or sometimes a bit more annoying to find out what's going on, try to figure out who did it. There's always a first person, then a 2nd candidate and it's always the last person (or almost always) who is the criminal in the end - 4 of the first 6 episodes ended with the bad guy pointing a gun at some of the good guys - dear writers, that's soooo boring! I only bought the DVD set for good money (9 episodes for like 40 bucks is expensive) because I'm a huge Emily VanCamp fan, she had her first television role and I really like her character Sam, she's cute, sassy, an interesting character, let's not talk about the fact that almost all her scenes are with her maybe BF Zane. I'm thankful to Kevin Williamson for putting her on the show, because she got the awesome role of Amy Abbott in Everwood immediately when Glory Days was canceled, but this show is really boring, it's more fun to watch CSI something something (and I hate those shows) then a crime show with drama that tries way to hard, but the results are boring and sometimes even stupid. The setting of Glory is really nice, it could've been better, if it had been a drama.