Boston Public - 11/18/02

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Patrick Sun, Nov 18, 2002.

  1. Patrick Sun

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    One teacher gets let go, and another comes through the door.

    Sorry to see Harry Senate go, but he was totally not right in the head to be teaching high schoolers. I don't think we'll ever see him again on the show.

    The new teacher, Kimberly Woods, has some potential for creatively stirring up the pot in the school. She is replacing Lauren for the interim (whatever that means) with the history classes.

    Poor Ronnie, stuck in the dungeon, cleaning up Harry's mess.

    I liked how they were able to integrate the violin for Harry's exit. That was a classy touch.
     
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    So now they got three very young teachers. Or is she just there to balance out the other two guys?

    Harry Senate was a great character two years ago. It was about time for him to exit.
     
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    Kimberly Woods
    -Top of her class at Princeton.
    -Acts like an airhead in front of Principal Harper.
    -Looks like a 20 yr. old Victoria's Secret underwear model.
    -Teaching history in an unruly classroom at a Boston Public school.

    David E. Kelley is GOD.
     
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    Anyone think the writing has gone downill ALOT since the start of the series? Harry Senate was my favorite teacher and they could have done so much more with him. The writers need to find ways to use characters fo rmore than one or tow years. Whatever happened to watching characters develop? Whenevr they get tired of writing about one character, they get rid of them. Or is it that nobody likes working for David E. Kelly? Do people leave this show or are they given only one or two year contracts?
    Rob
     
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    Rob-Gr, I agree completely. I see myself abandoning this show soon.

    On the plus side, it probably has the hottest women in all of television.
     

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