This week, Falco's Hillary Clinton was put in the spotlight as Impeachment dealt with the fallout from then-President Bill Clinton's admission he had an affair with Monica Lewinsky. The problem, says Sean T. Collins, is "Falco’s Hillary is a bit harder to swallow. And through no fault of her own! It’s not on Edie Falco that she’s confronted a husband’s deceit and infidelity more forcefully in a previous series, The motherf*cking Sopranos, than she does here. She certainly does yeoman’s work in conveying Hillary’s shock and outrage when Clinton comes clean to her in the light of dawn, while she’s fresh out of bed and still in her nightgown, achingly vulnerable. But it is hard to shake the impression that we’re watching Carmela Soprano play-act as First Lady, rather than watching the First Lady in and of herself. In a sense, Falco is a victim of her own talent."