His everyman qualities made him an ideal leading man on the HBO series.
What is a “Pick Six” and the answers to other questions raised by last night’s premiere.
“We’re definitely going to get a second season.”
The ‘Wire’ alum on his two upcoming projects.
The Henricksons’ saga comes to an end.
“For all we know, you’re probably on birth control pills. Stop crying.”
“If you’re too blind to see that, maybe you don’t deserve to be her mother.”
Events get bleak.
Heading for the final four episodes, we’re treated to a survey of nearly every relationship on the show.
“We’d still be spiritually married.”
Everyone struggles with the revelation that Margene was a 15-year-old bride.
“Spare my family these unending punishments.”
“No, Ana, I just want what’s best for you.”
“I’m socially retarded, sort of.”
“[Bachelorette parties] have the dildos on their heads and cakes with penis candles and things. Those are generally not your desired audience members.”
“A couple years ago and I learned that there is a certain kind of leech that can only live in the anus of a hippopotamus … “
“Facebook or MySpace feel like malls to me. But Twitter actually feels like the street. You can bump into anybody on Twitter.”
More plot progression and character resolution in the finale than in the nine preceding episodes combined.
Watch the week in jokes, at NBC’s expense.
We do a line reading of old ‘Melrose Place’ dialogue to see how the show holds up.