Necessary Roughness handed us a summer finale with more questions than answers. Not even " All the King's Horses " could put TK back together again and he wasn't the only one falling to pieces. After TK narrowly missed hitting a small child on a bik more
I suppose that when you have a character as explosive as TK, it’s too much to expect him to go an entire season without some sort of life-threatening injury. In “Double Fault,” this week’s episode of Necessary Roughness , his drug use pre more
It's been building all season. With the first game in only ten days, it was obvious that TK was spiraling out of control. The biggest question in " Double Fault " was not whether TK was going down but who he was going to take with him.
Anyone who thought that TK would come through his near-death experience without a foray into drugs,prescription or otherwise, is either blissfully optimistic or crippingly naive. In this week’s episode of Necessary Roughness , “Might As Well Face It more
With a couple of surprising twists " Might As Well Face It " set up a great story arc that I look forward to following in the last few episodes of Necessary Roughness. Damon Razor . He seemed like such a good match. A smart but slightly insecure talent wh more
" A Load of Bull " is filled with just that and someone will definitely get hurt.
I'm not sure if it was Dani's patient I enjoyed this week or watching that PBR bull riding footage. That is one truly scary sport. What can you say about people who more
" Spell It Out " had Dani trying to figure out her future while TK was struggling with his past. The results of both journeys were absolutely heartbreaking.
TK's been served. Yeah, I saw that coming the minute he opened the door. His shooter's defense more
I am so glad that Necessary Roughness has finally addressed what has been one of my biggest problems with the show since the beginning. In “What’s Eating You?,” Dani finally told another therapist (although she should have told her bratty, ung more