I had no time to review “Rosewood,” though Fienberg and I discussed it on last week's podcast. For those of you who tuned in tonight, what did you think? Did you notice that Morris Chestnut's character was a private pathologist? Did you think Chestnut and Jaina Lee Ortiz had good chemistry together, or was their relationship just a tired rehash of “Castle,” “Elementary,” etc., etc., etc.? Do you feel the show got enough mileage out of Rosie being a private pathologist that they didn't just make him an independently wealthy maverick coroner for the city of Miami? Did the first case interest you? Were there not enough shots of Chestnut's torso, too many, or just the right amount? How do you feel about the phrase “private pathologist”? And will you watch again?
Have at it. Given how irritating I found Rosie, I don't expect to be watching additional episodes of this one, except maybe to see what they do with Lorraine Toussaint, who was shoe-horned into a pre-existing subplot from the original version of the pilot.