Scrote Squad! The 15 Best Lines From The Season Finale Of ‘The League’

Before we get to the final two episodes of the fourth season of The League, a quick giveaway announcement: FX has been kind enough to give away the entire season three of The League to the person who participated most in The League discussions this season, and that honor goes Philip Rivers Cuomo. You’ll be receiving those DVDs very soon, and thanks to everyone for their comments all season long.

Now, as for the final two episodes, they were once again two of the better episodes, as the season both began and ended in very strong notes. In fact, it was announced this week that FX had rewarded The League with a fifth season of the series, which will begin its run next fall. Good thing, too, as I’d hate to see the show end with the Shiva in the hands of mysterious Ted.

Shiva’s lifted the jinx, Andre’s fiance is allergic to his semen, Brooklyn Decker’s character is dating Adrian Peterson, and the whole series ends on a beautiful brown note. Let’s get to the quotes.

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