Episode itself quite good, except in the vein of a number of others this season (bit of a downer).
It seems pretty clear they’re planning to mess with success, and the writers are bracing us for it. You don’t get Turk uttering a prophetic line like “different doesn’t mean bad” unless they’re about to take the entire show different. From tonight:
Elliot looks to be leaving. Hope not, as part of the show’s appeal is Sarah Chalke’s being really hot.
Carla and Turk are trying for a baby? Huh?
JD has a new place of his own. For real this time.
Jordan’s about to be much more in the mix with a full-time job.
The shark is circling and the speedboat’s idling. Dang.
Was anyone disturbed by Cox’s wife, smiling at her baby and saying, “I hate you?” Or saying something about wanting to be validated? Hello, bitch, but you’re the mother of a small child. You don’t have to work, IIRC, she’s quite wealthy. Taking care of your child is very important and I’m sorry you’re too selfish to realize that. She’s been portrayed in the past as a funny snarky sarcastic woman, but I was :eek: with last night’s show. That was over the top nasty.
Meh. I’m not a parent but I can easily identify with feeling smothered by having to take care of a child 24/7. My girlfriend and I both turned to each other and agreed that we’d probably be exactly the same!
Lecy played the character Becky on the sitcom “Roseanne” until she left the show and then Sarah took over the role. Sarah played Becky for several seasons then left it and Lecy came back and resumed the role during Roseanne’s final season. There were jokes about the cast change on the show, such as “you look different”, “you’ve really changed”, etc.