Just when I thought that there couldnt possibly be anyone creepier and more deluded than Roman Grant we meet Hollis Greene leader of a debauched undercover polygamist group that makes the folks at Juniper Creek look like the Waltons Apparently when Bill poached Weber Gaming from Roman he was unaware that he was dealing in pre-stolen property Frankly these are not the kind of people you want to steal from They are the kind who brand you with a hot poker when they think you are standing in the way of something they want Ouch For me this show just seems to get better week after week I really feel like the investment I made in the first season is paying off in dividends as the story continues to unfold Last season really laid the groundwork for all of the drama and intrigue that is coming to the fore now and each week I find myself increasingly anxious to see what happens next I know it seems odd to mention this at this stage of the game but tonight for the first
Child stars tend to scare us. But not 13-year-old Daveigh Chase. Yeah, she played Samara Morgan, the undead brat who crawled out of the TV screen to scare her victims to death in The Ring. And sure, she was named Best Villain at last year's MTV Movie Awards — beating out Colin Farrell, Mike Myers, Willem Dafoe and Daniel Day-Lewis for her golden popcorn trophy. But Chase hasn't let the goodies she gets for being bad go to her head.
She's a good kid, but maybe too well trained. The young actress has been taught courtesy and politeness, which is nice. Yet, whenever this TV Guide Online reporter asks a tough question, there's a moment of silence as she, I suspect, checks with an adult on her end for an appropriate response.
Case in point: Critics have trashed Fox's Oliver Beene, including our own Matt Roush, who calls the show "cartoonish and crudely unpleasant." Since the show's producers have done some r