TVLine’s Performer of the Week: Cheryl Hines

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THE PERFORMER |Cheryl Hines

THE SHOW|Suburgatory

THE EPISODE| “The Birds and the Biederman”

THE AIRDATE| Feb. 5, 2014

THE PERFORMANCE| It was the fallout for which Suburgatory fans had been bracing: In this week’s episode, the paths of erstwhile lovers Dallas (Cheryl Hines) and George (Jeremy Sisto) collided in the Chatswin dog park for the first time since their sudden and painful split. And Hines, in particular, mined the story arc for absurdist comic gold and genuine, palpable heartbreak.

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Playing a character like Dallas in the heightened, sometimes parodic world of Suburgatory is no small challenge. In typical fashion, Hines scored many of biggest laughs in “The Birds and the Biederman” by exposing her materialistic single mom’s shallow limitations: using her…

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