Ultimately, what White Picket Fences seems to be about is the quirky, amusing notion that the creations of a young boy's imagination all not only possible but probable, but those monstrous manifestations pose no more danger to them than do their dreams. In some ways, White Picket Fences reminds me a little of the oddball sci-fi series Eureka, where the impossible is routine. Both are about communities and people who have seen the extraordinary become part of the everyday experience, and adventure and a life of normality and stability needn't be mutually exclusive notions. Read Full Review
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