Toe wrote:I tried, watched the first 3-4 episodes. Was not amused.
LordMortis wrote:I really should try and give this show another shot but it might just be that sitcoms in general don't do it for me anymore.
Det. Dave wrote:My favorite one was the M*A*S*H episode. I think that one was where it all clicked and I figured out what the writers were trying to do.
This is my favorite "new" show.
hepcat wrote:Toe wrote:I tried, watched the first 3-4 episodes. Was not amused.
I hope you don't mind that I will use you as a barometer for movies and shows from now. Because after reading your take on Justified, I think I can safely say that if you don't like something, I will love it (as will a lot of other folks, as evidenced by the responses in the threads you posted your proclamations in).
ChaoZ wrote:Over the weekend I watched about 4 episodes. Some LOL moments and very likable characters. I'm not digging the lead right now though, and Chevy Chase is a little awkward as well.
AWS260 wrote:Tonight's paintball episode was stellar. Brilliant use of action-movie tropes (and I noticed that it was directed by an actual action-movie director, Justin Lin).
ImLawBoy wrote:My wife saw Joel McHale on the Today Show this morning, and it apparently took them eight days to shoot the 23 minute episode. It was truly epic.
hepcat wrote:The show's been fantastic from day one, in my opinion. Last night's episode was just another in a series of great episodes.
I lost count of the number of the shows they were paying tribute to after the disco-roller skaters started impersonating a gang from The Warriors. Absolutely brilliant.
And my favorite line was "Tell the drama club, this time their tears are going to be real!". It was such a great riff on the cliche action hero catch phrase.
hepcat wrote:ChaoZ wrote:Over the weekend I watched about 4 episodes. Some LOL moments and very likable characters. I'm not digging the lead right now though, and Chevy Chase is a little awkward as well.
I completely understand the Chevy thing, but I honestly think he's creating a whole new character with Pierce instead of going back to the Fletch well again (not that that's always a bad thing, I always loves me some Fletch).
hentzau wrote:I've never even HEARD of this show...guess I'm missing something.
hepcat wrote:hentzau wrote:I've never even HEARD of this show...guess I'm missing something.
here's a primer
troy and abed as bert and ernie
abed proving he's a hell of a lot better actor than i originally thought he was going turn out to be
Halloween episode with the fantastic dark knight tribute...and chevy chase dressed as the beast master.