It's not too funny anymore, and I imagine it's just going to get sadder....
@majjam0770 Oh man, I certainly sympathize with him. It has to be one hell of a curse to be that insecure, and happen to be confident in one horrific thing. Reminds me a lot of the more "likeable" gangsters in The Wire. Being a bad guy is all they have. Speaking of which, am I the only one who wants to see NoHo Hank have a love interest ark? A NoHo centric episode where he is out on a romantic date only for it to be constantly interupted by crime boss duties just screams golden TV.
OK, last night's episode was so fucking amazing I can't believe it. That was the best executed twist I've seen in decades. Maybe I just don't give the show enough thought because it's a comedy, but I did not in any way see either the first feint as to what Janice's partner was going to do *or* the final curveball. But in hindsight they were setting it up beautifully all season. Untangled the seemingly inescapable noose around Barry's neck in a completely shocking but believable way.Not to mention all the amazing character stuff triggered by Sally's ex.
Last night's episode explains so much why Janice partner was doing all if this on his own
Huh, I guess I'm in the minority on this one. I thought the first maybe 10 minutes were genius... I laughed so hard at the reveal of the trophy room. And then the visceral "OH NO" when the daughter showed up was really something. But I absolutely hated the bizarre banshee-ninja-whatever that happened next with her. I don't know... that and the pharmacy scene seemed over the top in a way that didn't fit with the Barry universe. I don't know... maybe I'll reconsider on later watchings, but I did not like that at all.
I laughed some at the feral girl stuff, but way too far over the top to me. I didn’t like this episode. Veep was over the top also. That was way too mean.