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January 11 2008

The top 5 supporting performances of 2007. Nathan Fillion makes the list for "Waitress."

"One pretty much was waiting for the bottom to fall out, but yet, we would feel horrible for Fillion's character if it did. Trust me on this one folks. You will never see adultery any more acceptable than it is in this film." - Nick Wallander

Surely he was the male lead, though?

Ben Foster for 3:10 to Yuma is a good call.
Well. He was one of the most prominent men, yeah. But this movie was all about Keri Russell's character so everyone was pretty much a supporting character to her.
Kudos to Nathan Fillion. He was great in that movie. Very believable as an awkward yet lovable goofball, and did make me sympathetic towards him despite him stepping out on his wife.
I think Jack Coleman made every single list. And in thinking on it I have to agree.
I have had so many different opinions about him throughout the course of the show, yet he's still a mystery. I'm still not sure if he's going to turn out to be a bad guy or not, but I know he loves his daughter and he manages to be very sympathetic.
I definitely wouldn't say Nathan had a "supporting" role. Jeremy Sisto had a supporting role in the flick, but to me Nathan was one of the leads. (And a totally awesome one at that.)

Just hung up a Waitress poster yesterday which I had bought for the low low price of $1.99.
Just saw Waitress. I really enjoyed it. Although NF was the male with the largest role, it was still a supporting role. No shame in that. He did a great job, as did the rest of the cast.

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