'Relatively restrained in its depiction of attempted posthumous sexual assault'

June 10th, 2014

I know it's wrong, but somehow Chris Klimek's scathing review of The Human Race makes me more likely to stay tuned should I stumble across it on TV some day. I'm pretty sure that wasn't the plan, and the flaw is in me:

Aside from The Girl Who Did Not Have Any Tattoos That We Know Of But Who Did Beat Cancer But Then, Sadly, Stepped On The Grass, Hough invests two other characters with backstories, and still another pair with personalities, though he never dares cross those streams.

That's a relatively tame bit, but the real highlights of the review need to be read in situ to get the full effect.

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