Well, that certainly took awhile. And it also took a very circuitous route.
But The Big C finally got real on " Vaya Con Dios ," abandoning anything about anal sex, thruples, phony pregnancies and random bus accidents to focus on what ought to be the h more
The Big C is sort of a big mess these days, isn't it?
Season three has been lacking continuity - or sense, in many cases - and that was never more evident than the episode " Killjoy ." Let's start with the idea that a man and woman would fake a pregnan more
Well, that was certainly a twist.
For most of " How Bazaar ," I found myself once again hating on Cathy and feeling like the show - which started two seasons ago as grounded in the idea of a woman struggling with her cancer diagnosis - was continuing t more
All aboard the Cathy Jameson Crazy Train . Let’s find out where it takes us this week. At least at the beginning of the episode , Cathy acknowledges that it wasn’t the best idea to punch a hole in her house in the middle more
I tuned in for The Big C this week, and an episode of Entourage broke out.
Seriously, everything about Alison Janey guest-starring as a big-time Hollywood producer on " Life Rights ," and wanting to option Paul's life for a movie, was pretty weird, rig more
I keep waiting for someone to step in and stop the Cathy madness. Sadly, I didn’t get my wish again this week as the Cathy rampage continues. Typically, I am fan of rampaging, but it usually involves a heavily-armed dude attempting to save some missionari more
I'm sort of back to not really liking Cathy Jamison very much.
I had this problem on season one of The Big C , when Cathy hid her disease, bought herself a sports car, engaged in an affair. Not exactly appealing behavior for a show's main character.
Well, this happened pretty fast. Cathy and Paul have gone from having heart attacks , cancer, flipping off their boss , writing blog posts and generally behaving like selfish jerks to hosting a pregnant couple to try to adopt their c more