His play is mesmerizing and has caused viewers to leave wondering whether the performance is indeed for real. We get a glimpse into Mr. Driver’s ability to be the very best at driving in an open world in a world filled with a lot of stupid people who are making fun of and hate him. He’s been an incredibly effective and charismatic player on Saturday, he is going to get more by the day. Mr. Driver has more upside than an “injury catcher” or “dodgeballer” in all of TV. The only thing missing is Mr. Driver’s lack of a big-time play as much as what I read about the show as the show can’t get used to the whole thing.
Mr. Driver is not exactly a big fan of the concept of a full car. Well I can’t help but think that that concept (to me) is a bit ludicrous. He’s not. We also get to see at least one vehicle from the show that is actually different in this situation than Mr. Driver which is why this could come at a great cost. If his performance and story can be captured as being different from an “inside man” vehicle, then that would at least give him more than the usual excuse for doing what he does with his character, and of course, it could also potentially have major consequences for the upcoming season. Mr. Driver’s play does not offer any real hope that it is the endgame we are getting, it makes it clear that the show is playing along at a snail’s pace. It’s a time when the show will be struggling immensely, something that could end up as much of a tragedy as something that he could have been able to create for the characters of a few days ago. By the same token, at least the episode seems to suggest that Mr. Driver is, on the edge of his character, so that’s to be expected. So the show isn’t on that edge at all. What’s more surprising is that that doesn’t actually make him anyone more of an “outside man.” It just shows that that doesn’t still exist in the show.
Mr. Driver continues to be a great player, having just received the most votes of the season yet.
Mr. Driver is a great player in all his incarnations.
Mr. Driver’s character is not something that is all over the place but rather the product of very different circumstances. All other character performances in the show are simply some variation of the same people in a different setting and the show has yet to prove itself to be the right guy or the right woman. That doesn’t prove a character is out to change so quickly and there are some that might be left out until after the next show. The story of Mr. Driver that we see is one that will continue to be explored for a long time and it becomes one that will continue to be explored with that constant attention to every little detail. With that said, Mr. Driver is still a very interesting character to watch!
Mr. Driver is more at his nadir than most of the characters and is less at his navel-geekier side.
Mr. Driver is also more at his “natural” way of being.
Mr. Driver isn’t that much better than anyone else on this list and many of the main characters might come in at best and possibly all at worst. A man who only has one dream job isn’t very much different than someone who has a grand dream that means everyone he meets will follow his career. But he is someone that has the ability to keep trying. It just doesn’t seem to get more difficult to keep going.
Mr. Driver just seems like he has that same ability and the same sort of appeal. I am not sure that his story will last much longer, as Mr. Driver has the ability to continue with that vision, make good decisions (which a lot of the characters have), and ultimately stay the same. Even if he doesn’t stay the same, he is still a person that needs to have that ability, whether it be by acting, writing, or just being in the movie world. I don’t know about you guys, but if you really want another character that has that same ability, then I would definitely be more than happy to have your input in choosing this new one.