TONIGHT

Big Love has high expectations to meet. Of all the currently airing shows I’m devoted to, only two belong to the club of shows that have only grown and gotten better with each successive season, Big Love being one of them (the other: Supernatural). Season three was such a thing of beauty, every member of the cast so perfect (the big four pictured, yes, but especially my girl Amanda Seyfried as eldest daughter Sarah, and Shawn Doyle as Bill’s brother Joey), that I’m actively trying to temper my anticipatory glee for season four. It’s not working very well. 6 PM can’t come fast enough. (Have I mentioned how much I love getting cable channels on Eastern time? DirecTV, you are my one true love.)

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