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Based on a film script by Michael Crichton, the series evolved into a weekly slice of emergency medicine at Chicago's county hospital, one that was separated from inferior imitators by smart scripts, great characters and a willingness to shock – Dr.Greene's bathroom attack, Lucy and Carter vs schizophrenic knife-wielder.The list of cameos, both in front and behind the camera, is as long as your arm and boasted such names as Quentin Tarantino, Kirsten Dunst and Ewan Mc Gregor.Best Episode: Hell And High Water (Season 2, Episode 7) Stream mould, filled with flesh-and-blood human beings (even if they were aliens), character arcs that frequently stretched over the course of seasons, groundbreaking storytelling and complex characters.A quality cast that has included Martin Freeman, Colin Hanks, Patrick Wilson, Kirsten Dunst, Billy Bob Thornton and Bob Odenkirk hasn’t hurt matters, and we can look forward to Ewan Mc Gregor (as twins, no less) in season three.
NBC head honcho Jack Donaghy was the role Alec Baldwin was born to play (well, that and El Generalissimo), while Fey herself is the frazzled heart of the show around whom all the madness happens. Tracy ‘stabbing robot’ Jordan provides a good 74 percent of it.But Noah Hawley was incredibly smart in how he used the movie’s faux true crime trappings and small-town settings but wove his own story into them.Bumbling chancers, dangerous crooks and smart lawfolk all made the first season work well, and then everything pivoted for the second, turning the clock back to one of the characters’ earlier days to chronicle mobsters and strange goings-on.Carrie prepares to publish a new book based on her column while dealing with the ever-present Mr. Charlotte decides she needs to distance herself from her former life as "Mrs. Miranda tries to adjust to her new life with her baby, Brady Hobbes.Samantha gets phone calls from Richard begging her to take him back.
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