Now would be the time to let the world know and by ‘world,’ I of course mean the
millions thousands of readers that are visiting theTVaddict.com on a daily basis what you, yes YOU thought of last night’s TV. Or to be more specific, 90210, FRINGE, PRIVILEGED and HOUSE.
And to get your started, here is this TV Addict’s brief rant on last night’s installment of 90210. Because honestly, I’m still scratching my head as to FRINGE’s mindboggling ending [Sorry Linda B.] and didn’t manage to stay up to watch PRIVILEGED because sadly, there is only so much TV one can watch in a single evening [Especially when I managed to squeeze in the final two episodes of WEEDS phenomenal fourth season]
When the highlight of a show that is targeted at teens is a sixty-something year old grandmother singing a number from SPRING AWAKENING, you have a little problem. And that problem my friends is that this generations Brenda and Brandon Walsh [Annie and Dixon Mills] are as about as exciting as an episode of IN TREATMENT [translation: really really boring]. But alas, not all is lost and rather than simply nitpick, this TV Addict is here with a solution. Call me crazy, but it’s time to send the Mills family packing back to where they came and pray that showrunners Jeff Judah and Gabe Sachs refocus the show on the only three women anybody watching actually cares about. The Taylor trifecta of Jackie, Kelly and Silver.
Agree, disagree, think this twenty-something TV Addict is far old to still be watching 90210? Post away.
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