Saturday, January 17, 2009

Does anyone share my pain!!!!!?


I am so sad Pushing Daisies was canceled. If any of you didn't like it for some reason please let me in on it because I thought it was the best show to hit television in a long time. It was so incredibly unique to me. As one review states "it comes with an arch narrator and a lot of candy-colored, computer generated bucolic scenery, and that alone could discourage dyspeptics and others allergic to even the faintest hint of magical realism. But the story of Ned, a young man who can bring the dead back to life, is sweetly odd, but also oddly charming." For those of you who didn't see it, you can get the whole first season from Netflix. Let me know what you think. I'm just so upset. Maybe it wasn't trashy enough to make the cut, although Chenoweth shows a fair amount of skin. And you do find yourself craving a whole lot of pie :)

5 comments:

Mandi said...

We loved watching it also. But haven't watched it recently. Too bad they are canceling it, it was pretty good to watch.

Stacia said...

I never saw it! I don't watch lots of TV but I always like it when there is actually a good show! I'm sad I didn't know about it!

Avery said...

Yes, I do share your pain! Except not for Pushing Daisies(although I did like it whenever I saw it because the narrator is the guy from the Harry Potter books). My pain still lingers from the untimely demise of the OC. Yes, I know that show was so highschool, but I loved it so much, and it's gone. I still think about it all the time. Don't worry, you'll find another lovely show to replace it. Try the office or Lost. And thanks for the so cute Christmas card you sent- London is such a beautiful girl. really, I can't believe how cute she is. She really should be a baby model. Take care, see you soon

Kunz fam said...

I didn't get a chance to watch that one. Now I wish I had though if it were as good as you say it is. That's too bad. I love the picture of London with Santa. Priceless!!

Jen said...

I really thought it was creative too. We could use more of that on TV rather than another version of Law and Order/CSI. I mean, how many crime dramas do we need?

I DID find myself craving a lot of pie when I watched it. Perhaps it's better for my waistline that it was cancelled.

I've developed a bit of a House addiction as of late. That was a surprise.