Working hard or hardly working? For at least one of the stars of Retired at 35, it's the latter.
"It is like hardly working. I can tell you that's the best kind!" George Segal tells TVGuide.com. "It's [shows] like this that keep you from even considering retirement."
Retired at 35 star George Segal: Will work for cigars, banjo
On the new TV Land sitcom (premieres Wednesday at 10:30/9:30c), Johnathan McClain stars as David, a 35-year-old stressed-out business drone who abruptly quits his job while visiting his parents, Alan (Segal) and Elaine (Jessica Walter), and subsequently moves in with them. His epiphany inspires his mother to dump Alan, leaving ...
Question: What has happened to Boston Legal? I have been watching it from the beginning and all of a sudden the show is spouting left-wing, anti-Bush rhetoric. On March 14 they went over the top. I've been a fan of David E. Kelley's shows for years, but if this keeps, up I won't be able to watch anymore. I really resent their using the show to push their political agenda. If I want a one-sided political dialogue, I'll watch my local network news. I'm totally disgusted and I hope the ratings reflect this.
Answer: Actually, Boston Legal's ratings are pretty robust, maybe because the show pushes people's buttons. I haven't watched the show lately, but this gripe hardly surprises me. Kelley has used his TV courtrooms for years to rant against controversial political and social policies (not just Bush's), and I'm surprised you haven't picked up on it earlier. (I know I've addressed questions about it before.) While I find his agitprop as heavy-handed as his sophomoric sex comedy and