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Friday, February 11, 2005
"LOVE IS A BRIGHT LIGHT, JOAN. IT CASTS A BIG SHADOW."

Joan of Arcadia was so great tonight, I actually cried and squealed with glee all within its 47 minutes. It had Barbara Hall stamped all over and, sure enough, it was her episode. Nobody writes like Barbara. (Except maybe her sister, Karen!...They are like literary freaks of nature.) I just wish Barb could do the David E. Kelley thing and write every episode.

There were so many good lines I lost count. All I can say is, if you missed it, you missed something wonderful. The above title line was God explaining why love is so complicated and leads people to do ungodly things.

I remember tonight why I'm in Hollywood. To help more people do what Joan of Arcadia did tonight.