Stew Going wrote:Hello, new here.
I have to say that last night's episode was a huge disapointment. This was one of the last chances A.D had to coax Fox or another network into picking it up and they delivered, in my humble opinion, the worst episode in the show's history. The lowbrow teabag, lubrication and weed jokes left my funny bone wanting and the overused "her/him?" and G.M Star Wars riffs left me about as cold as first time viewers. And that blood spurting from Tobias' head? Yes, that was the low point of this series.
A.D is still my favorite T.V show by a long shot-and it has been plagued by you know how many setbacks this year-but season 3 just doesn't feel up to snuff. I hope like hell that A.D gets picked up by somebody or Imagine finds a way to keep it alive via film or direct to DVD but an episode like last night's is not going to help at all.
Just ask yourself these two questions to figure out if you are on the same wave length as me:
1.) Did you ever think you would have to settle for mere chuckles from an Arrested Development episode?
2.) Wouldn't the Michael Bluth from seasons 1 and 2 just cut the hair off of Tobias' head to save his family member's life instead of wondering about something that would simply push that episode's plot along?
i need to post wrote:Caught a pretty blatant mistake in my second viewing.
Michael drops the guitar knocking the stand over. When it cuts to George Michael telling him he should talk to someone, it then cuts back to Michael and the stand that was just knocked down seconds ago is now magically standing. Seems they're having one or two of these per episode these days. Last week you saw a set of random legs in a shot, and someone from the crew (most likely a cameraman) in the shot after Buster catches his hook in the staircar.
edit: I also went back to check to see if it was Maeby in the cell next to Tobias and Michael and found out it was clearly just some random couple. What a shame.
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