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Loved Michael Shannon in this movie. Kept waiting for him to yell, “Over 9000!” because Dragonball Z’s Superman reference base has now come full circle.
Another question: why turn planet in which you are superpowered into a planet where you are decidedly not superpowered?
I think it has to do with the erroneous thought in the industry that drama is inherently artistically better than comedy when it’s just inherently different. On the whole, I’m just confused that LOST is deemed better than both Battlestar Galactica and Buffy.
The back half was a lot better than/made slogging through the first half worth it. Maebe’s episode was also a standout.
“Hello darkness, my old friend…”
I agree with most of this, except I really like Elizabeth and hope she gets further developed next season. But yeah, watching this, I knew what would happen, but I still had a lot of fun with these characters, and just a highlight for every character. It was a nice hug goodbye for the summer. The end of the first season did the same thing with Nick moving out. You’re watching the show thinking, “There’s no way in hell he’s moving out,” but it still had some very nice moments. A really good episode of a now great television show.
Season 3 needs to be the year of Winston and Daisy.
Huge fan of Elizabeth because we’re seeing how Schmidt came to be, and she’s one of the few if only people on the show that doesn’t only call him on his bullshit but also refuse to put up with it. Conversely, CeCe is more of an enabler. #TeamElizabeth #AlsoTeamFindSomethingForCeCeToDoThatIsn’tSchmidt
I’ve been mostly apologetic about this season’s Community, in other words, “Eh, I guess this Community versus no Community?” but not after that. I’m done. That was terrible.
Oh, and I’m pretty sure I’m done with Parks as well. Season 5 felt like it was coasting (fun coasting but still), and 6 will just be more of that (Does anyone really think Leslie will get recalled? Really?).
ANYWAY, New Girl. Oh Winston. “I got my own damn cake and you can’t have none!” So good.
I was thinking the same thing, so I would be totally okay for when Jane is kidnapped, and Loki is, “So, Thor, how is your sex life?”
I also thought New Girl was just good (perhaps because it’s just in comparison of the streak of great episodes it’s had), but still had some really nice moments, like Winston’s awfulness at planning. “Why is Alfredo crying in the elevator?” Good. A nice “let’s coast on the cast’s talent” episode, but not great.
This is the beginning of a beautiful Mesozoic Era.
Is…am I actually on Blake Lively’s side on this??? She (along with the rest of the cast members) should focus on other works. Literally any works. Like, maybe a pottery class.
“The only man we both loved.”
Nick figuring out the perfect way to ask out Jess, then mumbling and fucking it up when actually doing it is the most painfully true thing for me.
And I’ve just been rewatching the “Father Figure” clip. New Girl is so good.
Are you forgetting one?
It’s like they remembered Schmidt in small doses was hilarious again.
The path of the righteous man is righteous, dude!
The Dark Knight Rises Crankier Than Usual Because He Lost An Hour’s Sleep
I didn’t hate last night’s Community! A step up from the terrible Germans episode last week!
The only thing that Hangover 3 trailer has going for it is that it looks like it has a different plot than Hangover 2 and thus Hangover 1. Kind of like Red 2, whatever, it’s paying talented comedic actors and you can’t make me see it.
Let’s be honest about that Much Ado About Nothing Trailer. It could be as simple as “Joss Whedon is doing Shakespeare, and Wesley and Fred are together again. You’re going to watch it.” And I will.
“You guys are like Bert and Ernie.”
“Dibs on Bert.”
“Dibs on Ernie.”
New Girl is just great.
Both of those answers are correct. Also snakeskin jacket. That film is phenomenal.
I just imagine one of them answering a multiple choice going, “NOT THE B’S!!!”
Reading this joke, and I smiled and thought, “Heaven knows I’m not miserable now.” So thank you for that.