Has Dave Maynar or anyone been keeping up with The Americans? Just caught up, what a great show; Keri Russell is absurdly hot in it. In the last episode, the constant flip-flopping about how each feels about their "marriage" started to get a tad repetitive, though. It worked really, really well for the first half of the season (it's the most interesting part of this show IMO), but they can't keep mining that same vein forever.
Yup. I am caught up all the way. I would agree about the relationship angle of the show. It seems like they keep going back and forth, and it's getting to the point where it seems like the changes are just happening for the sake of tension between the two rather than a cogent plot point. That being said, the actual spy angle of the show is pretty great and is what keeps me coming back.
EAP and I watch The Following. I haven't watched last week's episode, but I will catch up on it.
Never heard of Out There.
I had the same feelings about Revolution. I love the concept, but some parts of the show's writing is painful at times. I haven't decided if I am going to get back on board with the new episodes yet.
Cool - thanks! Out There looks like a bizarre teenage angst cartoon with kids who have heads of bizarre monsters or something. I kept seeing commercials for it during Portlandia, and it looked pleasant so I might give it a try.
Post by summerteeth214 on Mar 27, 2013 15:54:56 GMT -5
Watched the first episodes of The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and Bob's Burgers last night. Neither were as funny as I'd hope they'd be, but each had a couple moments that made me lose it (specifically, the part where Todd tells the old woman, while hopped up on energy drinks, that he is going to "Quack the old" out of her and the part in Bob's Burgers where his daughter changes the burger of the day to The Child Molester.) I'll probably watch at least another episode of each.