I've spent so much time over the last few days trying to dig out from under the blizzard that I'm going to be behind on my TV viewing for a bit. I did manage to watch last night's "Human Target" while resting my weary extremities, and thought it was a mostly fun one, even if the quality of the stuntwork in the car chase/fight sequence was diminished by the horrid green screen work. (There are moments when this show looks like it costs a lot to make, and then others where it looks like it has the same budget as '70s "Doctor Who," and occasionally those moments collide.) Given the breakneck pace of it and a good guest star turn from Kristin Lehman(*), I'm surprised it was moved so far back in the order, since I believe "Run" was the first or second episode produced after the pilot.
(*) As someone who has paid close attention to the ups and downs of the career of Chi McBride, it was amusing to see him have a few brief reunions with Lehman, who was one of his co-stars in "Killer Instinct" - or, as Chi calls it, "Kill It, It Stinks."
It's definitely not a show aiming for subtlety or deep characterization, but I like the three leads and it appeals to 13-year-old Alan, who occasionally still gets to control my viewing choices.
What did everybody else think?