Bottom line is this. By announcing and executing this 'shake-up', NBC are admitting that the show is in trouble, ergo the show is flawed.
If NBC were listening to "us", would Graiman have gone? No, since masses of us have said he needs to stay.
RobWolf wrote:Bottom line is this. By announcing and executing this 'shake-up', NBC are admitting that the show is in trouble, ergo the show is flawed. Now, I'd say, "Do the dignified thing and just pull the plug", but I know that's not how it works in TV land.
RobWolf wrote:If NBC were listening to "us", would Graiman have gone? No, since masses of us have said he needs to stay. The fact then that the two young, dynamic, attractive team members avoid the chop (even though they are the most irritating thing on the entire planet) should be speaking volumes to you.
RobWolf wrote:But that is not going to happen. Now knowing that I'm never going to see Graiman's character developed further,
cloudkitt wrote:I don't really know anything about the acting industry and how agents and unions might play into it, but with as much as Hasselhoff loves his role in Knight Rider, would he really demand an extraordinary amount of pay?
Kram061-1 wrote:You know what they could do? Have it so KARR attacks the SSC, destroys it, and kills the 3 departing cast members. Sarah is believed to be dead also, but she isn't. Mike and KITT gets blamed, so they become outlaws, who, in turn, help protect the innocent in their quest to prove their own innocence. Sarah has to fake her own death in order to help them. Kinda like a cross between TOS & The A-Team
RobWolf wrote:PS, to the guy who said the show needs more chase scenes and stunts, I agree. Surely THAT was what KR of olde was all about?
Army_F_Body wrote:The desert montage with Men at Work playing from The Topaz Connection is still one of my favorites!
i just don't understand why the producers went in a different direction in the first place?!
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