Gabriel Chase
gseller1979
3/28/20
12:53 AM
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Get Neo to reboot the Matrix. This version sucks. It feels like the Merovingian is running it. 

3/27/20
4:36 PM
15

I love parts of Mars Attacks. Like pretty much any scene with Lukas Haas . . . he’s such an amiable dope who has no real mission beyond “save my addled grandma” and he gives the most hilariously terrible final speech in the history of film. 

3/27/20
12:49 PM
2

I hope she uses her inevitable "mutually agreed upon rest period for reflection and development" and "welcome time to focus on my personal life" to find a clue. 

3/27/20
1:36 AM
7

Just rewatched the Brown episode and my god are he, Samberg, and Braugher all fantastic in it. I’m shocked Brown didn’t win the Guest Star Emmy, though at least he was nominated. 

3/26/20
11:13 PM
1

Not a great night for management on NBC sitcoms between Holt’s uncharacteristic cluelessness and and Amy’s complete failure to control the Carol situation over on Superstore. Though the soap opera recap interrogation was hilarious.

3/23/20
12:59 PM
1

That photo is weirdly ominous, like an establishing shot in a slasher movie set at Olympic training camp. 

3/22/20
11:37 PM
5

I thought it was a fairly entertaining episode, though I don’t buy that Marge would sell Homer out that quickly. It was a nice change of pace that Marge wasn’t a complete contrarian about everything. 

3/19/20
10:23 PM
9

Robinson is a funny guy. Byer is very funny and should be a wonderful addition. But I’ve never really liked Doug Judy episodes. They all have basically the same structure and arc (is he going straight? is he conning Jake? are they conning each other?), they all rely on the same jokes about Jake and Judy’s mismatched Read more

3/18/20
11:06 PM
18

I would probably have liked the Alex story more if this show ever let her be happy. She's become Lisa Simpson from the later seasons of The Simpsons where the writers seem to actively dislike her defining qualities of intelligence and wanting something beyond what her family understands or appreciates. 

3/16/20
2:14 PM
3

Billie’s constant desire for praise and appreciation from the people she’s saving comes across really badly in a life-or-death situation she helped to perpetuate by going along with the lies about the captain and crew. She’s just as bad as the rest of them, only much smarter. 

3/16/20
2:08 PM
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This was just unpleasant to watch. Everyone behaved like an asshole, the storytelling was beyond bored, and most of the jokes didn’t land. 

3/9/20
12:37 AM
8

I was really not prepared for how dark that went and how quickly it escalated out of control. The whole “is this really space or just an illusion?” mob felt like a Twilight Zone beat (in fact, wasn’t that the exact plot of the astronaut episode of TZ last season?). Having Karen show a split second of compassion for Read more

3/8/20
11:52 PM
3

The opening segment with Maggie and sign language was at least a better Maggie story than that weirdly laughless Simpsons short playing in front of Onward (which I enjoyed a lot - maybe not in Pixar’s top tier but a funny, sweet movie). There were some decent standalone gags (the sound effects CD was very classic Read more

3/6/20
4:48 PM
1

Gad still has time in his schedule while being TV's most irritating character on Avenue 5? 

3/6/20
4:22 PM
2

I can't use the line because it's too much of a spoiler but his delivery of it in You're Next made me laugh so, so hard. Just a perfect encapsulation of whiny entitlement. 

3/5/20
11:14 PM
20

The way Samberg played their final scene at the bar with complete sincerity was unexpectedly touching. Jake so rarely drops the quippy, cocky facade that it really works when he does.