November 9, 2008
W. Blaine Dowler
Sorry I didn’t get this up on Thursday.
November 9, 2008 @ 10:00 am
You should see the teddy bearFor a season that had a very ominous beginning, and an even darker long arc, they sure seem to be cranking up the "funny" knob this season on the individual episodes.
I think the bipolar teddy bear was my high point for the night, especially his attempted bearicide. I was expecting it to be little fluffier, but it got the point across. :)
November 10, 2008 @ 5:36 am
Re: You should see the teddy bear
For a season that had a very ominous beginning, and an even darker long arc, they sure seem to be cranking up the "funny" knob this season on the individual episodes.
As far as their jokier episodes have gone, this was still an extremely dark episode that touched on some of the season’s arc. I don’t know about anyone else but I’m very intrigued on where it’s all going.
My wife just about choked at that part, she was laughing so hard. Pretty damn funny :) It was also cool to see Ted Raimi.
November 10, 2008 @ 6:56 am
I’m very interested as well. It seems the obvious thing they are implying is that it will be brother vs. brother, but I think I’d prefer more of a twist than that. So far, though, it has been delivering with the twists. I’m willing to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Yes, it was very good to see Ted Raimi. Unfortunately that seems to be part of a disturbing trend in TV lately. It’s getting too easy to pick out the "bad guy" lately because it’s usually the guest star we recognize. It’s not always a bad thing, but it ruins part of the surprise.
It seems to be really bad on Psych and Eureka — Hey look, Teryl Rothery is the guest star, I bet she’s the bad one!
Part of that is my own fault, though, for watching so much TV that I recognize all these people! ;-) My wife is worse, though, she is like a walking IMDb.
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