The Tattered Remains

Me, I cut loose on "Dirty Sexy Money" weeks ago. Just wasn’t rewarded enough by the good parts to sit through the grating parts, though others have argued that the show has coalesced nicely since I dropped it.

Of the frosh broadcast shows, all I have left on Season Pass now are "Pushing Daisies," "The Big Bang Theory," "Reaper" and "Aliens in America." And I’m only caught up on the first two, even though the strike has been going for a month. And if they all got canceled, I wouldn’t lose any sleep. I wanted to like things more, but it’s been a rough year.

— Jon Weisman

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  2. Mary says:

    I too am having a difficult time getting to the last two episodes of Dirty Sexy Money, but I am hoping that it becomes a keeper like Brothers and Sisters if given time to settle so I will get through it for a few more sessions. I also am less than pleased by the new crop of shows but I have to say that my remaining two must sees are Chuck and Life (which I just started on Unbox and caught up with on NBC). Chuck is so endearing with funny action and an underlying plot development unlike Reaper. Life has Damian Lewis who has turned a procedural into an fantastic study in character development (cop post wrongful imprisonment). Try catching up on those two.

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