Well, the higher beltlines and hence higher bed sides made for a more gooder (deeper) hillbilly hot tub.
When I was kid growing up in the 60s you’d see cars like this driven on summer weekends. The founder of Esquire magazine lived in our neighborhood and he and his friends had some amazingly cool stuff - one of my favorite childhood memories is a ride in a type 33 Bugatti. There’s nothing like the smell of hot… Read more
If I were forced to sleep in a Fiat 128, I’d definitely be drinking.
I spent a large chunk of the mid-1990s working in a mom & pop garage/service station. I remember well the wheezy Excels and Sonatas, warmed-over Mitsubishi designs with the build quality of a Snap-Tite model, weeping oil out of every gasket and breaking door handles at an alarming rate. Read more
I watch it tomorrow.
Okay, I will mention how he says all the seasons are samey. They are not.
Man, I swear reviewers like this are embarrassing. Talking about not enough info two episodes in on a season. I won’t even mention my other qualms.
Yes I think Fargo is a smart show. It’s well-written, takes full advantage of the great cast it gets every season, and has some phenomenal moments which are unlike most other shows on TV. People rag on S3, but there are so many great moments from that season like the episode that mostly takes place in the past or the… Read more