I just became incredibly irritated.
I was watching some youtube clips instead of working on the magazine and in moving from Little Shop of Horrors clips to Ellen Greene clips to Kristin Chenoweth clips...Pushing Daisies was wrongfully canceled.
There's a lot of great stuff on TV right now, and there are equally as much terrible things on TV right now. I just wonder why some shows that are really great don't find audiences. Especially since audiences these days are smarter than they were a decade ago. I don't want a show to spoon-feed a plot to me. I want something that has a deeper meaning to it and makes you think. Pushing Daisies was a wonderful mixture of thought-provoking situations and sheer happiness.