Wednesday, August 15, 2012

NBC's Animal Practice

I was all set to publish a review of [NBC’s Animal Practice] this morning, and I was really excited about it.  For with my understanding being that there would be an encore presentation of the Pilot episode, along with the second episode, this evening, I would be ahead of the game for a change.

Oh, but like my wife is so fond of pointing out far too often, I must have been mistaken.  For it appears that those first two episodes won’t be airing until September 26th.  (Yes, that would be later on this year.)

Hey, going ahead and publishing the review would make me be like a real television insider!  For only they have access to programming over a month before it is scheduled to air.

Therefore, and without further ado, I have mixed feelings about Animal Practice.  For it reminded me a lot of [Scrubs], which my wife and I could never get into on account of spending all of our waking time painfully sober.

Nonetheless, the Pilot episode of Animal Practice did have its moments—especially in the way Dr. Rizzo can take over a scene.  [This] video is of a scene in an upcoming episode, and it certainly gives us something to look forward to.

Well, that is about all I’ve got on the show.  For I could attempt to dig deep into the fairly shallow characters in the script, but Animal Practice really is a show that has to be seen (at least once) to be believed.

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  1. I've never heard of animal practice but I did watch scrubs once and only once.

  2. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! The entire Pilot episode of Animal Practice is available online. So, you won't have to wait until September to say the same about it.

  3. More trash!
    Less about the work all about the shagging couples.
    Read a book instead!

  4. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Adullamite!!! Coming from a renown lothario, that is really saying something!


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