I don’t hate it, but that’s not saying much.
The Washington Post calls it “glittery junk that no one needs” and I’m tempted to agree. The characters are unbelievable (quelle surprise!), with Kim Raver’s Nico being the only one I enjoyed (possibly only because we have the same name or because I’m a closed Third Watch fan).
I found the part where they were on lunch break (?) talking about Nico’s husband’s sexual proclivities rang a bit false. Maybe my friends are all incredible oversharers, but isn’t this something that you’d probably already know about a close friend of yours? I mean I’ve fielded call literally seconds after hookups have left my various friends houses only to be regaled with details running the gamut from positively tame to downright NSFW.
Wendy’s office life is kinda confusing: I’m not really familiar with movie studios, but are there always that many people just standing around the office.
I wasn’t interested in the comings Lindsay Price’s Victory Ford, fashion designer!, but that’s just par for the course at this point. I’ll probably tune in next week if I remember what time it’s on only because I’m a sucker for fallen women and the 25-year-old subplot piques my interest.