How do you make boredom look interesting? That question lies at the center of the modern television age. Movies, as a popular art form, have become nonstop assaults: they still strive for entertainment, but more than that, they try to achieve a state of relentless anti-boredom. That's not a bad thing. But a television show is a weekly activity. By sheer virtue of repetition, television becomes boring. Most TV shows try to prevent that boredom with cast changes, or plot twists, or surprise romances (Joey and Rachel!). Some TV shows, though, try to mine that boredom for some deeper entertainment value. It's risky but the results can be incredible.
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