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'Unforgettable' Isn't Exactly That

Unforgettable is yet another police procedural that fits into the TV-as-comfort-food mold, with but a slight variation on that theme.

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Nip/Tuck

Todd R. Ramlow
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Edmond (2005)

Brian Holcomb
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nip/tuck

Through the various clients' histories and desires, nip/tuck inquires into current arrangements of social power.

Todd R. Ramlow
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Edmond (2005)

Violence liberates Edmond from society's restraints, focuses him on fulfilling his own desires, makes him appealing to the opposite sex.

Jesse Hicks
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The Lake House (2006)

Shuffled around amid a series of very pretty split screens and unmoored voiceovers, Alex and Kate must create a relationship out of very contrived air.

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nip/tuck

The inevitability of death is suggested by the lurking Carver, always a threat to Sean and Christian.

Elaine Hanson Cardenas
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Brooklyn South: The Complete Series

The first episode features the sort of graphic violence one would expect to see in an R-rated film.

Stephen Tropiano
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Nobody's Fool (1994)

Paul Newman plays Donald 'Sully' Sullivan, a shiftless 60-year-old forever dodging his responsibilities.

Jesse Hassenger
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nip/tuck

This combination of crude humor and gross-out imagery is designed to scandalize.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The Lone Ranger

Put any man, but especially a pretty man-boy, in a stylized cowboy suit and he's bound to come off looking like one of the Village People. And the Lone Ranger does.

Todd R. Ramlow

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