Talk:Rideau Hall (TV series)
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- The plots want to be those complex story lines where things snowball and the characters struggle to patch things together...but the stories don't achieve that level of sophistication. Equally problematic, MacDonald's character -- the star -- is never the one who actually saves the day (some episodes, the solution just drops out of nowhere as if the writers were just as stumped for a solution as their characters). Maybe it needs to be more outrageous: instead of MacDonald's only slightly off kilter heroine, maybe someone like Canadian-born counter culture comedian Tommy Chong would've made a better lead.
Removed for POV. - Montréalais 01:43, 11 Nov 2003 (UTC)
"...appointed Governor General by a sleazy republican Prime Minister..." - "Republican"? I don't know this series, but still..."republican"? --CannedLizard 22:46, 4 August 2006 (UTC)