that's a given. But we also know it was a...well, not a well-written show all the time. Or even...part of the time. Most of us senfen have said over and over again that it was the 'performances' of RB and GM that lifted the show up and above its plots and direction; that RB and GM had the kind of chemistry that allowed Jim Ellison and Blair Sandburg to overcome all the problems; allowed us
, the fans, to overlook plot holes big enough for a ocean liner to sail through, dialogue that occasionally made us wince, and ridiculous continuity problems. We loved Jim and Blair so much, we were able to convince UPN to bring it back for a fourth season, albeit a short one. Why am I bringing all of this up? Because I just found an article written in 2010 and I just had to share it with you guys. I never laughed so hard in my life (the 'review' isn't exactly a good one, but there's obvious love for the show anyway) and didn't feel a bit guilty for the laughter - because it was all true. *G* So go read it here
and have fun. Then, if you're a TS author, write a story. The article actually made me 'want' to write again, to bring Jim and Blair back to life. Man, I miss those two men.
Tags: the sentinel