conclusion of big cRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes
I dreaded watching the last episode of big c. Thought i would be weeping the whole time, but
it was my big dude husband who was tearing up.
My husband has the hots for Laura Linney & i so much identify with her. Oliver Platt is my kinda man, kinda big like my hubby, but my man isnt a pussy like the character that Oliver Platt plays.
Disappointed in how she died, no family around
but i do think this is how cathy would want to
go Cathy liked to control, life goes on for
cathys family as she would want it. Wanted to
see her in all her glory in her beautiful egyptian burial gowm & attend via tv her wake.
I am sure it would be gloriouly sad.
Wept thru episode 3, was the best of all 4. Brilliant to have Cathys doctor, Alan Alda,
have cancer. Loved when her brother took
Bethany the death cat out of cathys hospice.
Bethany the cat was renamed Sparkles & went
to live with her crazy fun loving brother. So funny to see Sparkles gussied up as a disco princess cat, or whatever cat new persona is. Cathys relationship with her son Adam was a beautiful one, as a mother to one son, i could feel the love. It was so real. Young man who played Adam was wonderful, but honestly too much sex. Adam getting more pussy than John Mayer, Bradley Cooper & James
Bond. Where is the awkwardness in a young teenager sexuality. Shit i am 45 years old & an old married woman, & i still feel awkward
sometimes with my husband. Other than that
there relationship was so true & real. There
is no greater love than a parents love for his/her child. Friends that what Cathy & Adam were. But clearly Cathy ran the show
as a mother should do.
I loved/liked Cathy so much. R.I.P. Cathy.
You pulled it of Showtime a comedy/drama about
cancer & dying, Bravo Showtime on a job well done.
I will terribly miss Cathy & her wonderful peeps.
Review posted on Tuesday, May 21st 2013 at 4:27 pm