Rough calculation here. Today 80 percent of the Internet searches that led here did so on a combination of two of the following three phrases: “Rhona Mitra” “Monica Potter” “Boston Legal.” And tying them together–“leaves” “Rhona Mitra leaves Boston Legal.” “Monica Potter leaves Boston Legal.” “Why did Rhona Mitra leave Boston Legal.” “Why did Monica Potter leave Boston Legal.”
Well, guess what, people. They have left the building. I don’t know why–I’ve no connection to Boston Legal except as a fan. Do I care why they’ve left the building? Not particularly, no. I’d have liked to see them stay, but they’re gone, and I don’t care, as long as the show stays quality. And after two weeks of the Potter-less Boston Legal (and Mitra-less Boston Legal starts next week, I presume) the show’s still quality.
So, let’s summarize.
Monica Potter. Rhona Mitra. Boston Legal. The two actresses have left the building. I don’t fucking know why. I don’t fucking care why. It’s not my issue. Can we stop asking me about it?
Between Boston Legal questions and the daily Google trawl I’ve just accounted for ninety percent of the webpage’s activity…. :bond: