Average User Score: 8.8Aug 20, 2013Why keep trying?
Better yet, is anybody on the production side still trying? (Seasons 2 and 3 have revealed more struggling actors than onWhy keep trying?
Better yet, is anybody on the production side still trying? (Seasons 2 and 3 have revealed more struggling actors than on a Law & Order SVU extras call!) Could there possibly be a secret race to a desperate finish line that we, the audience are simply unaware of perhaps a finish line also shared by "Scandal" for the worst "sort-of-based-in-law drama that-had-a-really-strong-pilot-and-first-season but nothing since?" Bummer! Mike Ross (somehow) became a real, live lawyer and, needless to say, the charm/premise of "Suits" flew straight out the door, along with any stretched credibility.
Ah, TV. The line between "nighttime" and "daytime" drama is finer than you might think...
All nit-picking and pettiness aside, it's like there were EXACTLY 23 ideas in the room when the first season was conceptualized, followed by a giant "whatever" after renewal. L-A-Z-Y. Enough said.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.0Aug 20, 2013An incredibly boring, thinly veiled shill for "The Black Dog" store, whose logo magically appears in every scene. None of these melodramatic,An incredibly boring, thinly veiled shill for "The Black Dog" store, whose logo magically appears in every scene. None of these melodramatic, scripted scenes have anything to do with the ignored and battered underclasses who make up the ACTUAL population of Martha's Vineyard, the people who struggle to make rent, raise children, and pay an average of $2 more per gallon of gas/unit of food on the island. I'm kicking myself for typing this I didn't realize the bar had been set SO low/please understand how much it hurts me inside, to type this at all but this is like "The Hills" with less class, zero acting skills, no believability, and a much homelier cast...WITH NO TAN! Who...who cares?… Expand