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Imagine Stefon, but without not live and with no corpsing, which are the two things people like about the bit…
I just want an entire movie of Kevin Kline’s beard
Yeah, that was odd. How often does a couple give up a baby for adoption and then remain together for like three decades? Zero, right? None times?
Yeah, I don’t know why they couldn’t have just said it was on PBS nationally, rather than PBS Scranton or whatever.
And I always thought of it as “Roo-doot-doot-doo-doo”.
Yeah, I didn’t mind Gabe as a character, but he was part of the Sabre storyline, which was just awful from end to end.
Yeah, the bird-leg Phyllis carving was the biggest tearjerker for me, which I would NOT have predicted going in.
Yeah, I thought the Pam storyline was handled really well. I thought the Jim storyline was too, until of course they had to give him his perfect fairytale ending where he gets the girl and the family AND the money AND the cool new city AND a year of free severance pay or whatever.
The new season must be watched with a nagging feeling that it’s all a big precursor to a movie which seems totally unnecessary and may or may not ever happen such that you can’t quite relax and just enjoy it for what it is
Isn’t James Franco like, the first person you think of when you hear the words “openly gay celebrity”? How does the fact that he “was seen at an art fair” with that girl make them an item when he’s so very openly gay? Would they ever report the opposite? “Jonah Hill and Seth Rogan seen near each other at a thing, obviously they are doing it.”
I’ve only seen like half an episode of the show ever but the titular mother is the Robin girl, right? I assume any other person they say is the mother is a fake-out.
When will we, as a society, see the light and just cancel all proms forever?
Correction: The second sketch I was thinking of is called “On the Spot News.”
Yeah that was great. Reminded me of one of Mr. Show’s excellent high-concept sketches, like Pre Taped Call-In Show or Newsbreakers, which is a high compliment.
I normally love puzzle movies but Primer crossed the line into indecipherable nonsense for me.
I don’t get why he’s so sought after. If celebrities came over to my house I could stand them in front of a white wall and point too many lights at them too
It was under construction when I was there a few years ago but it seemed like they were mostly just shifting it from “generic medieval castle area” to Harry Potter™ World so it’s probably not a huge gain or loss. However, it seems weird that they’re just now starting the construction of it in California given that Harry Potter is effectively “over” now and has been for like two years.
Whoops I meant 87 years, obviously. Damn Gabe you for not allowing edits!
Great, now we’re just going to have to change it again in 987 years! *eye roll* – Fox Employees
I would at least check it out because I love Bob Odenkirk, but it seems like the Saul Goodman character wouldn’t be as funny in a sitcom world. The thing that makes him so great is that the complete lack of fucks he gives is such a total reversal from every other Breaking Bad characters’ deadly serious problems.
I will say this: the thing that has lowered my expectations the most is the fact that these episodes are all about single characters and apparently serve as basically a big cliff hanger for an Arrested Development movie which may or may not happen.
The breathless pace and chaos of all the characters intersecting stories was a big part of what made the original show so great and I don’t see how that will be possible with these single-story-per-episode episodes, but hopefully I am pleasantly surprised.
Also I think the movie idea is weird because the show was always very episodic. You can essentially watch them in any order because the treason/bankruptcy plot goes through so many convolutions and reversals that the timeline doesn’t really matter. I’d be more excited if they were teasing a second season of new Netflix episodes rather than a movie.
Agreed. I feel like it’s actually less painful this way than what happened to The Office, to steal an example someone used above.
Watching a thing you love slowly morph into a thing you don’t love is much more painful (not that “painful” is the right word exactly, but you know what I mean) than having a new installment of something you love 10 years after the original.
It’s much easier to just ignore the new thing if it sucks when the old, good one was allowed to have an ending.
Lindsay’s is the credit card in a block of ice that says “Lindsay” on it
I feel like the whole Saul Goodman show thing is just a red herring to stop people from pestering Vince Gilligan for spoilers on the new episodes of Breaking Bad.
I think the point of WhoSay is that it’s “curated” or whatever so you’re supposed to trust that it’s not an imposter. It’s essentially the same thing as being verified on Twitter.