Thursday, May 04, 2006


Let me just say this about that.

If ER doesn't stop showing episodes that have to deal with Darfur, I'm going to stop watching.

Really, am I not one of the few people still watching the show?

It's supposed to be about the relationships between the people who WORK in the ER. What does Darfur have to do with it?

Leave the political stuff to the people 3000 miles away.

They can screw it up all on their own.
Of course, I say this before tonight's episode is shown.


Blogger Sorted Lives said...

I watched part of the show last night, and I agree with you. I guess after 12 seasons of every type of disease possible in the hospital, every type of disaster known to man (that could happen in Chicago), and every type of relationship issues imaginable, they have run out of things to write about.

It's amazing the show has been on since 1994. Good show!

5/05/2006 5:53 AM  
Blogger Steve said...

I think most shows just lose steam. I mean, hell, just look at Will & Grace. I never watch it anymore. That, and the fact that some people have a political ax to grind turns *me* off and just makes me turn *it* off

5/05/2006 8:47 AM  
Blogger Stephen said...

I guess I agree with Steve, ER was once a do not miss show but somehow over the course of time, it has fell by wayside. I may have to tune in again to see how many of the original cast members remain.

5/05/2006 1:45 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

i totally skipped over the darfur episodes. They become a one dimensional and ignore the ensemble cast that makes the show worth watching. We have a new set of characters to learn, but we don't know what they believe except with a quick statement here or there.

5/09/2006 11:07 PM  

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