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Kat's "Kat's Korner: Absorb the Graffiti" went up last night so be sure to read it. I really like "Free."
I also really like Unforgettable (CBS, Tuesday nights) and am so glad C.I. recommended it to me. Jane Curtain has joined the cast and I really love her character. The twist they have, Carrie's amazing memory, is really what makes the show unique. After that, I'd argue that it's the relationships on the show that make it interesting.
But it really is a unique show and one that quickly hooks you.
The latest one online (not the one that aired tonight -- I Tivo-ed, I usually have Tuesday night plans with friends so I have to Tivo) found a man who intimidated everyone into silence and those he couldn't intimidate, he killed. Carrie was sure that a suspect (another man) wasn't in on it and then Jane Curtain was able to prove how the bad guy killed everyone which really convicted him because he used that same MO when he tried to kill the one Carrie said was innocent.
Jane's adding some humor moments to the show as well. (She's not a comedic role but there are moments where her character's way of confronting an issue are funny. I've said before, I think Jane Curtain's one of those actresses that never ends up with a false moment. She doesn't always get the best scripts or best projects but she always shines in what she does.) (And I love How To Beat The High Cost Of Living with her, Susan Saint James and Jessica Lange. Especially when, to distract from the money being stolen in the mall, she begins doing a strip tease. She's so funny in that whole sequence, the moment where she realizes what she has to do and then after it's over.)
Poppy Morgan plays Carrie and she's wonderful. But I'm really glad that they added Jane to the show because she takes it to a whole other level. And when the two of them get a scene together, it's just the all time best moment of the show.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"