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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by nsa, Feb 27, 2008.
Did anybody watch it?
If so, what's your take?
I would need to give it another chance. I kind of lost track after 20 mins (I was posting on BS, too). I like the premise, however, I don't like the whole idea of a videoblog. I prefer the written word myself. I had odd memories of Doogie Howser, but I think that sort of journaling would be a preferable element to the show than video-blogging.
I liked the characters pretty well, but the lead character seemed to "beautiful" in a sense. But sometimes they are. They're not all nerds. Her persona actually reminded me of a blog I like, imagining the girl that runs it being similar in personality.
But again, I reeeally need to watch it, and pay more attention, next week.
I was a little disappointed, but I think I was expecting too much. I felt like the characters aren't real enough - an actress, two film producers, an editor with a popular blog, etc. Then there is this huge love triangle which sounds kind of unrealistic.
I've read a lot about the quarterlife crisis, since I am a 20-something. So I was really hoping for a show I could relate to. Perhaps the only aspect of the show I related with was the main character being underappreciated at work, but now it even looks like that story line is done.
3.1 million viewers for the premiere, and NBC pulls it after the first episode.
I guess Bravo will air the full run of 6. Too bad. I wanted to like it. Maybe the concept will be used in a better show someday.
The show has potential and does pretty well in conveying some of the major themes and problems of this generation but the characters seem a bit contrived and the story forced.
prolly needed Juno...
I could see her doing that, or even doing a V. Mars-type thing.