My weekly TV column is up at Torontoist.
(And how come Curtis Armstrong isn’t more in demand as a character actor, anyway?)
Fun fact: A lot of the M*A*S*H* DVDs include the option to turn off the laugh track.
The only season of Moonlighting I have on DVD is the third one, just after Dave and Maddie hooked up, and when Bruce Willis and Cybil Sheppard started feuding behind the scenes. Curtis Armstrong (and Allyse Beasley) frikkin’ carried that season. Armstrong also did a hell of a job playing against type as the producer who signed Ray Charles in Ray. It’s really a shame he was typecast into the Booger role.
It also looks like I’m gonna keep it locked onto History Television this weekend. Nifty.
Booger is the best.
Hell on Wheels sounds like a Jonah Hex plot, which might make it watchable in an ‘alternate universe where Hex didn’t get his face mangeled’ kind of way.
Fuck, yes! Pop Up Video! 😀
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