As the second episode of The Wives of Anthony Bourdain is airing, I’m feeling like I’m living through a rollercoaster of emotions.
I’m watching Anthony Bourdeaux’s first season of Underwood, which, I can tell you, is a hell of a show.
So, let’s talk about the show.
Underwood has been around for about 15 years now, but it’s never really been a household name.
It was a network show for a few years before it was picked up by Fox, but the network didn’t make a lot of money.
It had only two seasons to its name.
Its first two seasons were pretty terrible.
The show was a lot like a high school drama with a couple of teen protagonists.
Underwoods main character, Sara Jean Underwood (played by Kara Underwood), was a college student living in New York City.
She and her friends are all really smart, and she wants to be a lawyer but she’s got to go through college.
So she spends all her time hanging out with her friends.
That’s what we’ve come to expect from her, but there’s a twist.
She’s actually a serial killer.
In Underwoods second season, she’s not just a victim of her own success, she was the target of a serial murder plot.
The first season was a very funny show.
It wasn’t a bad show, but I think it was just a really good show.
And then the second season is just… well, it’s kind of hard to put into words.
It’s not like Underwood is a good person, and it doesn’t feel like she’s very likable, but she is a very dangerous person.
She has some of the most extreme violence that we’ve ever seen on TV.
And there’s just no way you could put a rating on that show.
But I love it because it’s a lot more fun than anything else I’ve seen.
You know, it was really good, and I think there are some good things about it.
The one thing that I think people didn’t appreciate is that Underwood wasn’t an actor, she wasn’t very good at acting, and you can see how it’s sort of like a crime procedural in that respect.
She does a lot, but they have a hard time finding the right people to cast her.
So if you want to watch Underwood without watching the first two season, I think you’re missing out.
There are a lot to love about this show.
The plot is so intricate and so rich and so layered.
I just love the characters.
They’re real and they’re believable.
The only thing that frustrates me about the first season is that it’s almost impossible to watch.
And I just can’t put down Underwood.
She is just the most entertaining person in television.
You could probably watch a million shows and not care.
The thing I really love about Underwood isn’t the murder plot, or the violence.
I love the character.
She could be a serial murderer or she could be someone that’s a good lawyer or a good judge.
It could be that she just wants to get her life back together, and maybe someday she can.
But she’s really funny, she has such a good chemistry with all the other characters, and the show never loses that sense of humanity.
She doesn’t just get better, she gets more.
It doesn’t stop at the murder, though.
It goes on for three seasons, and by the time you get to the end of the third season, you really feel like you’re going to be watching a really dark, gritty show.
In the fourth season, they had the opportunity to really delve into the murder.
There were some twists, but overall the murder storyline was pretty dark.
The murder was a really, really dark episode.
They went into some really interesting places, but at the end it just ended in a tragic way.
It kind of seemed like there was a certain amount of closure, and that was the way it was written.
But then it became really, REALLY dark.
I mean, we all know that murder is a big, bad thing, but when you’re talking about a show that deals with murder, there’s no real closure, there doesn’t seem to be any sense of closure.
And it was kind of an out-and-out tragedy.
I loved watching the show, and so did my family.
The other thing that surprised me was that they never really used a real killer.
I didn’t think there was going to need to be one, so the show was not really set up that way.
But that’s what makes it such a great show, is that there’s such a well-written character that we get to see.
We get to know them.
We learn about them.
It just seems like the show is just set up so that we can relate to