Aunt Bee is thrilled to be able to help out her niece by babysitting her infant baby. Unfortunately the baby cries only when Aunt Bee picks her up and not when anyone else does it. This makes Aunt Bee terribly upset until a minor crisis occurs and she fi
Big show with big names and quality writing... my only problem with it is that I found most of the characters unlikable which made for a difficult watch. I believe it was more so the actors' own spin on their characters that I disliked rather than the way the characters were written. If an all new cast were put into those roles I'm sure the new actors would have a different take, from facial expressions to the tone of the delivery of lines which may have resulted in me loving the show. But we'll never know.
I also found aspects of the plot to be unbelievable... I shouldn't have to suspend my disbelief when watching a show about a woman with cancer but so many things were just too over the top to be considered remotely possible for someone in her situation.
This show tore me up. It's, for the most part, extremely realistic. There's great character development and really well written scenes.
I absolutely loved it! I'd recommend it for everyone to watch. It's sad but also surprisingly very funny. It shows how a person's life changes when they find out it's coming to an end. Teaches how to appreciate your own life.
It's a gem of a tv show. Beautifully written, well acted and painfully bittersweet without losing its sense of humour. Completely and utterly fell in love with it.