And....and news flash... Jeffy always knew what the most direct route back to the house was when he was called inside.
It would indeed be surprising if the boss was now the hero, but I don’t think Adams sees him that way. When the boss ignores Dilbert’s complaint about the cost of being interrupted while working, he’s supposed to be obtuse rather than reasonable. If the boss looks different than he used to, so do the Simpsons.
Look at how edgy you are! I actually have a boner now.
Can’t speak to the first two, but if reading the funny pages through The Comics Curmudgeon counts, then yes, I know way too much about Mary Worth.
Next you’re going to tell me Hagar the Horrible loves his wife, Garfield doesn’t mind Mondays and that literally anyone still reads the newspaper funny pages.
Yes, so much so that it’s almost like it was said with a tongue firmly planted in its cheek.
Dear lord this comment is dripping with pretentiousness.
Bring back Massive Head Wound Harry. And a dog. Don’t forget the dog.
“Could you just be a normal reviewer? Could you just listen?”
“Well, you could try it. Once.”
He straight up told a couple that they were wrong to ask him to stop, and in so many words said it was none of their business to begin with. I don’t care what era it is, if parents ask you to stop tickling their kid, completely ignoring that request makes you a shitty person.
Yeah, I’m among the feministiest feminists you’ll find, and I saw no problem there.
That (the song) was what I found to be the BEST part of that moment! Otherwise, it really wasn’t necessary, and I agree with the reviewer that the little flashback voices were really silly.
Yep. I see half-hour sitcoms that are treated with more insight and critique than this show, which is at least attempting something to varying degrees off success. (Though I’m a bit biased because a friend of mine is one of the writers.)
This is why we need ‘community grade’ back
This is probably the first time I find myself hoping that a show changes reviewers between seasons (presuming this gets a second). I don’t really enjoy reading extended analysis of non-diegetic music choices that resembles analysis of inconsistent engine specifications on the starship Enterprise. The way it’s deployed…
C? Come on, this was great. I’ll admit I loved this season despite Fincher, not because of, which I never thought would be my takeaway. Every episode was great except for 1, 2, and 9, which all had bland direction. But in this finale Fincher finally delivered. The end with Kemper in the hospital was phenomenal and the…
Great follow-up to these recent favorites:
These reviews are terrible.
“ when he says shit like “I am the exact same person that you reeled in with that jumpsuit” and she lets the gross she-was-asking-for-it implications of that objectifying statement slide by completely,”- it’d be fairly gross if he used it as a justification for rape or something, but for starting up a conversation at…