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(#1.4/9) Meanwhile, Kathryn Greenwood appeared as ‘Ronnie”, a rude customer who complains about a misshapen wax lion she’s received from a vending machine in Jaye’s store, which then becomes our heroine’s first muse…and Chelan Simmons made her first appearance as Jaye’s girly frenemy ‘Gretchen Speck-Horowitz’, but I’ve already raved about her in a previous post.
Kellie Waymire as ‘Penelope’ in “Wonderfalls” (S1) " data-medium-file="https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-kw01.jpg?though his whole estrangement from a newly-wed wife was pretty problematic to begin with, and seemed like yet another needless complication in their star-crossed romance…as if her belief that God and/or Satan was talking to her through inanimate objects wasn’t enough of an obstacle already!Katie Finneran as ‘Sharon Tyler’ in “Wonderfalls” (S1) " data-medium-file="https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-kf01.jpg?w=227&h=300" data-large-file="https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-kf01.jpg? w=640" class=" size-medium wp-image-11200 alignright" src="https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-kf01.jpg? w=227&h=300" alt="Katie Finneran as ‘Sharon Tyler’ in “Wonderfalls” (S1)" width="227" height="300" srcset="https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-kf01.jpg?while Joan Gregson played her emotionally/geographically distant mother ‘Helen’.
Beth Grant appeared in ep #1.6 as ‘Marianne Marie Beattle’, a muffin-bakin’ neighbour of Jaye’s who would later crossover into an episode of !
”, without specifying (or even hinting) who either party might be, it just led to an increasingly irritating series of misunderstandings and misfires, that had my finger hovering over the fast-forward button.
Sadly, this intentional vagueness also had the knock-on effect of hobbling the central romance between Jaye and her unhappily-married man-candy ‘Eric’ (Tyron Leitso)…
I mean, he’s enjoyed more professional success than I ever will, but it seems like every time he manages to get a new show on the air everyone just starts counting down under their breath to its inevitable cancellation! Personally, I found this premise pretty charming for the first few episodes, but it really started to chafe as the season wore on…
Speaking of which, just a couple days after I admitted I was hooked on , NBC sadistically dropped the axe on it, and Fuller slouched off to start work on his next project.* He’s like the Littlest Hobo of showrunners… mostly because the “messages” that Jaye received were often unnecessarily obtuse, suggesting that the writers simply needed to jerk Jaye (and the audience) around for a while so that their episode would reach the required running time, even if that meant the script creaked with contrivance and chicanery, rather than puckish ingenuity.
w=169&h=300 169w, https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-cd02.jpg? w=338&h=600 338w, https://deecrowseer.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wfalls-cd02.jpg? w=84&h=150 84w" sizes="(max-width: 169px) 100vw, 169px" /I think the show worked best when Jaye was given a direct instruction (such as spitting her chewing gum out on a hospital corridor floor), which then set off an unforeseeable chain of events resulting in a positive progression or “happy ending” for multiple people.