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Dec 6 2012, 01:33 PM
I'd like to do a song of great social and political import.
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Yeah, I'm saturated. If they're going to have her on this much, they could at least have her playing Susan too.
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- Dec 5 2012, 03:03 PM
^Right?! Seems to be the case! lol Although that's not true for Eileen Davidson. She's pretty front-burner right now (and deservedly so)
Eileen Davidson is a special case. She was brought in by Sony. I imagine they placed conditions on her return, including storyline and airtime. This has worked out well for the DH's, because I have a feeling if Tomlin had his way, he would have gotten rid of them along with the other returnees from the reboot.
I think they are erring on the other side with her... I think she'll have been on for nine days straight tomorrow, and that kind of overexposure isn't usually good either. MarDar were unfocused, but I think the show needs another major plot thread to break up these stories more.
I have to agree with this. As much as I'm enjoying Kristen and think ED is a breath of fresh air - there is the potential for saturation. I haven't felt tired of her yet and I'm enjoying all the layers of story surrounding her - but I could see where it could become too much.