My utter bewilderment continues week after week as I watch "Spenser: For Hire." Why the producers decided to get rid of the Susan Silverman character is beyond me. The rapport between Spenser and Silverman was characterized by wit, warmth and a kind of playful romanticism that was nothing short of brilliant. And, adding insult to injury, the network decision-makers have replaced Spenser's love interest with a character more resembling a stone than a person. C'mon guys, let's worry less about formula and more about content.
David McNott, Claremont