One last episode before the long awaited big wedding finale. From the very start, it was clear the path these two were headed, though they weren’t always keen to admit it. Sure, a few things along the way had to come up to hinder this obvious eventuality, just to make things a little interesting, but that’s to be expected. Everybody knows a healthy ‘will they, won’t they’ is a virtual necessity for a television comedy/drama to be the least bit successful; tension you can cut with a knife.
Letterman is on, but alas, it’s a rerun. Dave and his team of writers were the ones behind the TV series Ed, very cleverly written I thought, decent production values and a great cast, one of my favourite shows, first released in and amongst a sea of televised reality, a ruthless climate. Though unpredictable is the life cycle of a television series left to fend for itself in the ravenous struggle for viewers’ eyes.
And so this is finally it, a fairytale come true, Best Wishes for all. The fourth and final season will finish Happily Ever After for Edward J. Stevens and Carol P. Vessey, hand in hand in TV land, but what for the rest of us left behind?