So now Sean isn't the only one who knows the Carver raped Christian. How pathetic was it that that woman faked being a Carver victim just to get attention, only to become a real Carver victim in the end? I was freaking out during the scene when the anesthesia wasn't working while they were trying to fix her face. The few times I have had surgery (not plastic, mind you, I'm not that old), I've feared that the anesthesia wouldn't work and I would feel the knife cutting into me. Ouch. Pretty intense ending with Christian getting the failed anesthesia tested on himself while Sean was at home cutting his arm to inflict the pain he wanted dispensed by Matt. Matt certainly said it correctly after he refused to punch Sean back: "You're very sad." At least Matt dropped the restraining order. Offering Matt a drink was a stupid thing for Sean to do.
Speaking of sad, how about the other story line — the wife who got plastic surgery so her husband with Alzheimer's disease would remember
Bonnie Hunt's third sitcom effort has done what the others (The Building and Bonnie) couldn't — get asked back for a second season! Of course, the return of ABC's Life with Bonnie — Sept. 26 at 9:30 pm/ET — is no surprise. Much like Hunt herself, the show is smart, funny, and well, just plain affable.
Affability is a good quality to have when juggling the craziness of both home and work life. In the season premiere, Bonnie's two worlds collide when a persnickety co-worker (David Allen Grier) loses his home in a fire, then moves in with her and ends up ruling the roost. Meanwhile, during an exercise segment on her talk show, Bonnie faces a feisty fitness guru — the legendary Jack La Lanne playing himself — who takes quite an interest in the TV hostess's, um, form.
"Jack, I hate to say it, but I forgot my panties," explains the skirt-adorned Hunt as La Lanne insists she lift her leg