Are you serious bro?
Dang the Chief really is dead but after someone posting that article about the actor who plays him its no shock.
I thought it was a dream too. How's that knee now?Tulsawatcher said:And what the heck was with the firefighting scene just sort of thrown in there - I kept thinking to myself, "this has to be a dream" because of all the ridiculous things they were getting into, and then it just went off the screen with no further reference???
The first time I read that, I thought it was sour grapes. Now reading it with the addition of Tolan's perspective, I am pretty sure it is sour grapes.DougF said:
I don't think it will cause him much of a problem... He isn't the first actor to get his panties in a bunch after getting written out of a show. What I read is probably par for the course.marksman said:Not exactly a way to get another job by the way.
I agree. It's a tired formula. Somebody dies, then somebody gives a passionate, almost pissed off speech about how great the guy was, and then they make jokes about the guy.marksman said:This show really needs to lay off the death for a while. Too much death on this show, and it brings it down. It needs to lighten up a bit, at least for a while.
In the first season we used to get Janet in less than undies. Not anymore though. It cracks me up that they keep having these sex scenes where neither party makes any effort to even pull down their undies but then they just start going at it.pjenkins said:more janet in undies please
Definitely sour grapes... How else can you rectify these quotes :marksman said:The first time I read that, I thought it was sour grapes. Now reading it with the addition of Tolan's perspective, I am pretty sure it is sour grapes.
Not exactly a way to get another job by the way.
I'm not here to character-assassinate him.
With these quotes :"I want to walk away from this as clean as possible, but I'm not gonna sugarcoat it."
"My own true feeling is, I think the wrong character killed himself," McGee says, referring to Gavin.
"The promos are all him (Leary) -- you'd think there was nobody else on the show."
"He's a bully, is what he is," McGee says. "Bullies most of the time don't have the guts to do things themselves."
McGee says he isn't surprised that Leary never had a face-to-face discussion with him about the decision to write him out, because "that would take a real man to do that. Denis doesn't know how to do that. His persona would make you think he's straight-up, he's honest and he's forthright. But I never got an indication of that. The truth is, if he knocked on my door right now, I'd be able to look him right in the eye. I don't know if he could do that."