The Grinder is keenly aware of how viewers talk about TV. The half-hour comedy returned from its holiday hiatus with Stew, having missed the first half of a season of "The Grinder," the show-within-the-show of the same name, asking, "Shouldn't an... " His brother Dean explains how such a thing would seem forced, and bluntly recaps his entire story to prove his point — perfectly synopsizing the series for new viewers. If you're one such viewer just tuning in, the premise of the real The Grinder — the freshman half-hour comedy airing Tuesdays on Fox — or at least the arching joke the network pitched in the lead up to last fall's premiere, is that actor Dean... Think Odd Couple meets, let's say, Ed. Or if you didn't watch Ed , Welcome Back Kotter. No one is surprised when Dean falls for a woman working at the family law firm, and that she just happens to be immune to his charms. He's not a real lawyer, but he played one on TV. Will he pass the bar and win the hometown girl. Halfway through the season, that elevator pitch is superficially the same: Dean is still pining for his co-worker and illogically working legal cases. But the core of the show, like a stack of bland pancakes, has been gradually covered in a gooey, delicious syrup of self-aware humor that manages to tickle without turning smug. This first episode back from hiatus, for example, has Justified and Deadwood actor Timothy Olyphant playing himself. Olyphant (the character) has replaced Dean on "The Grinder" as Rake Grinder, the brother of Dean's Mitch Grinder. Olyphant's also begun a relationship in Boise with Dean's hometown love interest. The conflict is familiar (rival steals everything the hero loves), but the absurdity of its construction is undeniable: Timothy Olyphant playing Timothy Olyphant playing Rake Grinder, the brother of Mitch Grinder played by Dean Sanderson Jr.... In the episode in which Dean discovers he's been replaced by Olyphant, the actor has this conversation with "The Grinder" director Cliff Bemis (Jason Alexander), who'd like Dean to return for one episode to be killed off. Source: www.theverge.com
But the core of the show, like a stack of bland pancakes, has been gradually covered in a gooey, delicious syrup of self-aware humor that manages to tickle without turning smug. The conflict is familiar (rival steals everything the hero loves), but
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Timothy Stack; Born (1956-11-21) November 21, 1956 (age 59) Doylestown, Pennsylvania, U.S. Occupation: Actor, Voice Actor, Screenwriter, Producer, Composer
Timothy Stack, Actor: Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. Timothy Stack was born on November 21, 1956 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor and writer ...
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