Saturday, July 12, 2008

Hopkins (Johns, not Anthony)

OK, unlike AP, I don't watch TV series --except perhaps the old The Shield, because it was aired late at night.

But last night,incidentally, I was glued before the telly watching the third episode of Hopkins --they have six one-hour episodes out of 1500 hours footage.

It turns out that I like that reality show, named after a hospital in Baltimore, in which the doctors were actually pretty relaxing when playing god like doing a heart transplantation surgery. After all, that's their daily jobs and you can't expect one to be tensed in everyday's work, no?

And the scenes in surgery room were beautifully bloody.

And where is the economics, the moral of the story? Nothing. It's just a funny conversation with a customer relation officer good TV show.

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