Saturday, September 20, 2008

TVSquad Says: Keep the old guy!

TVSquad has put Hart Hanson and Barry Josephson on notice:

Keep Michael Badalucco.

This post points out all the reasons that Michael Badalucco, aka Scott Starret, is the man for the job. Forget the rest of the interns. Keep this one!

Personally, I do really like him and hope we see him again. What do you think? Keep him, Clark, another, wait for the rest? Or just, ahem, bring Zack back?

11 comments:

heirofloki said...

Well, I don't know if Zack could come back, what with his hands getting burnt at the end of last season and all... I like Clark, Loved Badalucco, but so far, I say let the others come around. We/They've got until the end of the season to make up our/their minds, right?

Anonymous said...

zzzzzzzzzz. I thought he was boring and annoying (in a bad way). Don't keep him. If they need a "father figure" on the show, they had one, Goodman.

CupcakeBean said...

I liked Scott Starret but honestly, I found him rather boring (I didn't even remember his name!). He was cute as a dad-like figure, but uninteresting as a full-fledged Squint. I just don't see his character going anywhere in the long run. He's a happily married father with kids... what can he contribute to the mayhem at the Jeffersonian (other than some stability, but who wants that)? I'm leaning toward Clark, even though I didn't like him at first. I thought he was funny in "Yanks in the UK."

Milk Mama said...

I liked him, but I agree that he was kind of boring, too. I personally like the run of interns through the gauntlet. I like the different personalities week to week. It's fun to watch. :D

Milk Mama said...

OH yes, if I could choose one from the three that have come through so far, I'd choose Clark. I didn't care much for him before, but I love how uncomfortable he gets with the "drama" in the office. HA!

corygs said...

I loved Starrett. I think that the squints could use a father figure. There's not much that would surprise him and would lend some stability and maturity to the hystrionics of the group. In many ways, Clark was feeling the same way, but didn't have the strength to talk to the squints like Scott did. As a mid 40's mother of four, I think the show emphasizes youth a little too much. He adds a good balance.

Mella said...

If they keep him they have to tone down his I have 4 sons speech. I wanted to strangle him every time he came up with his children

Shep said...

I liked him and Clark but I think Clark was better. The way he got uncomfortable with all the personal discussions in the lab was quite funny. Honestly, I want to see Zack back - I felt so sorry for Hodgins in teh last episode when he said 'I'd say King of the Lab but that just makes me depressed' (or something along tje lines of that).

But if Zack really did serve as Gormagon's apprentice of his own accord (as in, no dreams, brainwashing...), then it sgoing to be really hard for them to accept him. I'm juts not sure if he will ever be fully accepted again and that just makes me want to cry! *sob*

L said...

I like both Scott and Clark. I'd take either or both! I think it remains to be seen which is really the best at the job and which meshes the best with the rest of the team...

Ms. Feasance said...

I liked Scott better than Daisy, but not as much as I enjoyed Clark. However, it seemed like Scott was kind of above it all, so to speak, and could really have worked anywhere he wanted, as he was leaving to go on a dig next week. I don't think it's likely that he'll come back.

Shep said...

I doubt anyone in their right mind liked Daisy (as an intern at least). The thing with Sweets was cute but Daisy herself was irritating! I wanted to strangle her!

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