Please give me suggestions about how to improve this analysis. 3rd Rock from the Sun revolves around four main characters as they interface problems regarding human conditions. There is the selfish...
Please give me suggestions about how to improve this analysis.
3rd Rock from the Sun revolves around four main characters as they interface problems regarding human conditions. There is the selfish high commander Dick (John Lithgow), the strong female lieutenant Sally (Kristen Johnston), the wise information officer Tommy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who is disguised as a teenager and lastly, the transmitter (Harry) who’s with them because they had an extra seat in the spaceship. The main actors are also surrounded by all the other characters that are excellently portrayed by the actors and are realistic and engaging.
The episode Moby Dick focuses upon Dick’s and Tommy’s interpersonal relationships and the problems resulting from that they deal with by emotional eating. After Dick and Dr. Albright’s relationship came to an end, Dick’s eating habits changed as he began eating a significant amount of food. As Dick’s notices that he has gained so much weight, he begins dieting, exercising and attending support groups until he realizes that he has been, “ filling an emotion void with food” to compensate missing Marry. Sally has got a tomato plant from Mrs. Dubcet and starts talking to it and even gives it a name. Tommy thinks that August might be cheating on him so he hires a crime novel buff Harry to be his private eye. The show mostly focuses on Dick and Tommy as they both encounter relationship problems that they attempt to resolve with food.
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