Yeah I thought she was both extremely hot, especially as a brunette (and I usually prefer blondes), and she was actually quite good in this role, kudos to her.
She’s earned the right to go on that date with me she’s been asking for so long.
The gay couple makes it seem like it’s an edgy and progressive show to whatever decrepit fucks actually vote for these things, when in fact it’s just the same tired old sitcom tropes and cliches played over and over again.
Everyone dressed as Andre was fantastic, the dinner was fantastic, and I actually hope Andre has found love. Also it’ll probably hilariously fail!
One thing that’s missing this season though : where are the Taco songs?
Finally figured out my problem with this show: it’s not over-the-top enough. Ruxin, Taco, and Rafi are awesome, but the other four are just too ordinary for their meanness and stupidity to be funny. Whereas the Sunny gang’s shenanigans are so cartoonish that they become lovable and riotously funny, these guys are relatively mundane; doesn’t quite work. That said, wow, Brooklyn Decker was so fucking evil! I loved it. That must mean she’s a total sweetheart in real life, right?
I don’t really see the problem with that. But if you’re saying that every show needs to make itself unique even if it’s less funny as a result, I suppose that’s a fair point. I don’t agree with it, however.
All i’m saying is if I want over the top batshit depraved and insane behavior, i can watch Sunny. they have the market cornered on that, and it’s great. The League is depraved in it’s own way, but I don’t want it to copy Sunny in it’s tone and set up which is essentially what it sounds like you’d prefer. League is a ridiculous fucking show, but it still has a tiny sliver of realism to it and having down to earth relatively normal characters to react to the likes of Dirty Randy, Raffi, Taco, etc. is what makes that dynamic work.
Ah, I see what you mean now. I don’t personally get much enjoyment out of the reactions to Raffi and such, but if you do, then that makes sense. And I guess the mere contrast between the normals and the crazies also has some value (though we do get a good deal of that in Sunny too, from its guest characters).
At any rate, I don’t need another Sunny, so it’s probably best that The League stick to its own identity. I just wish I didn’t hate so many of its principal characters.
I agree it was a dicktease to have Dirty Randy and Rafi at the very end of the ep but the exchange was worth it. Never really paid attention to Brooklyn Decker but geezus she was hot and hilarious. *sigh*
Deion Sanders is by far the funniest football player guest star that the show has had. That final scene could definitely have kept going on. Sanders was somehow playing on the same level as Rogen and Mantzoukas and it was amazing.