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  • The story temporarily puts aside the issue of who John Doe really is and instead focuses on his new friends and John's ability to interact without acting like a machine
  • This distance and consternation that pops up here between John Doe and Karen is some of the best stuff in the hour

    • by Orrymain
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      John Doe: Low Art is fairly entertaining on the whole to watch. The story temporarily puts aside the issue of who John Doe really is and instead focuses on his new friends and John’s ability to interact without acting like a machine.

      The catalyst for the mystery element of Low Art is when


      something known as The Bishop’s Ring, a very valuable piece on display at a museum, is stolen. In the process, Cheryl Evans, the guard on duty, is shot and killed. Complicating the resolution of the case is that nothing is on tape, except for Karen.

      Most of the show is spent trying ...


      • to clear Karen of charges, but in creates a lot of adversarial conversations and conflicts. This distance and consternation that pops up here between John Doe and Karen is some of the best stuff in the hour.

        The resolution is really intriguing and a little different than the norm in terms of how

        it’s executed. I was surprised in places, so felt it was one of the better plots.

        Internally, the issue about John and whether or not he feels and, in addition, how he processes feelings is pretty good. So, John Doe: Low Art has a lot of drama in it that is mostly personal.




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