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  • I like the voiceovers which begin these The Lazarus Man episodes
  • In observing Robert Urich as Lazarus, I believe part of what disturbs me is that he looks uncomfortable, out of breath even

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      I like the voiceovers which begin these The Lazarus Man episodes. They let us know Lazarus’ state of mind and what he’s thinking at the moment. It’s a bit more than a basic who and what monologue.

      This episode is called The Palace of Dreams and it is an unusual change of pace for a western drama in that it takes place in


      New Orleans during Mardi Gras. Carl Lumbly guest stars as a high rolling poker player who apparently has a strong connection with the woman of Lazarus’ dreams.

      Natalia Nogulich reoccurs as Joie DeWinter, a very intriguing, mysterious character who I still don’t quite understand. She speaks in riddles a lot and also apparently knows the truth about at least some of the ...


      • man’s past.

        The game that Lazarus gets into with these two characters is pretty intense, and I admit that I was mesmerized and glued to the screen, so that must mean something positive for the series.

        In observing Robert Urich as Lazarus, I believe part of what disturbs me is that he looks uncomfortable, out of breath even. I don’t know if that was

        intentional, a way to communicate the fears, trepidation, and anxiety of his character, or not, but it makes me uneasy and disturbed. As I’ve often said, I really do like Urich and most of his shows, but this one rubs me the wrong way. It’s not the stories; it’s the character. He just seems so out of sorts and out of place.




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