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post #121 of 147
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Originally Posted by acebreathe View Post

John Pankow's name is still in the credits so I would think Merc will appear again at some point. His character doesn't seem like the type that would go away easily.
He'll be back this season. I read an article with David Crane where he said they wanted to explore what happens to a guy like that when he loses everything.
post #122 of 147
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Originally Posted by jandron View Post

I laugh out loud at this show; I was trying to think of ANY other 'comedy' that actually makes me laugh out loud. For most other shows the laugh track takes care of it for you. And that's a good thing because most of the time I wouldn't know what's supposed to be funny.

I agree with this. I found myself laughing out loud more than a few times tonight. I liked how carried away Bev got with Sean's movie metaphor. Also LOL'd at "F**k you, Carol!"
post #123 of 147
Although we knew what was going to happen as soon as Carol hugged Castor the expression on her face was great. And Merc pitching all the ideas he shot down when he was in charge was funny. All in all good episode.
post #124 of 147
I'm enjoying Matt when he's more of an ass, but I really don't like Castor. He's just too weird in the show and the endless masturbation stuff was as tiring to watch as it was for the character.
post #125 of 147
Agree on Castor. Hope his arc is short lived. I don't think Matt gets all the credit he deserves for doing a really nice job playing a variation on himself, warts and all.
post #126 of 147
I did enjoy the Leno and Matt confrontation over the Lamborghini. Leno getting really annoyed made me laugh.
post #127 of 147
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Originally Posted by VisionOn View Post

I did enjoy the Leno and Matt confrontation over the Lamborghini. Leno getting really annoyed made me laugh.
Although I think the Leno cameo was on target for the story, I was kind of surprised how lousy of an actor he is.
post #128 of 147
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Although I think the Leno cameo was on target for the story, I was kind of surprised how lousy of an actor he is.
I never realized what a strange looking dude he is. He really is his own caricature!
post #129 of 147
I've seen him in person and his head is huge.
post #130 of 147
Seems like the air has been let out of this show. Castor is a terrible addition and does not fit with the show.

Oh, well. Seasons 1 and 2 are solid.
post #131 of 147
I thought the new spin on the Vagina Monologues was hilarious.
post #132 of 147
Yeah, Vagina Yoda made me laugh. I really like the Matt and Merc conflict too, that's got potential.

Castor was slightly better this week. If they tone him done to just be a guy with a random raging boner that would be a better fit. Too weird doesn't work on this show.
post #133 of 147
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Castor was slightly better this week. If they tone him done to just be a guy with a random raging boner that would be a better fit. Too weird doesn't work on this show.

I agree with this. The show's strength has always been that it's characters seemed grounded in some kind of reality, maybe not mine, but believable. A guy who talks to egg cartons is just too out there.

Mircea's storyline ramps up a little next week, should be interesting!
post #134 of 147
I really enjoyed Matt this week. He's so unfazed by the reactions of Bev and Sean just rolls with whatever he says. Well, maybe not vagina dimensions. biggrin.gif

I wished they would bring Merc back and give Morning something to do. Castor does nothing and the agent isn't particularly funny. Although the walking desk made me laugh, but that was more because it's the first time I've ever seen one being used.
post #135 of 147
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Originally Posted by VisionOn View Post

I really enjoyed Matt this week. He's so unfazed by the reactions of Bev and Sean just rolls with whatever he says. Well, maybe not vagina dimensions. biggrin.gif

I wished they would bring Merc back and give Morning something to do. Castor does nothing and the agent isn't particularly funny. Although the walking desk made me laugh, but that was more because it's the first time I've ever seen one being used.
Agree about Castor doing nothing, especially not being funny and it's a shame that Morning and Merc are hardly in the show at all. Matt being upset about his stalker finding someone else was a nice touch.
post #136 of 147
Catching up on this show. I actually love it and missed it this season. Pretty hilarious so far. Lol
post #137 of 147
Season finale tomorrow night ...
post #138 of 147
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Originally Posted by dattier View Post

Season finale tomorrow night ...

Or this past Monday, if you checked OnDemand. Pretty good finale.
post #139 of 147
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Originally Posted by cinema13 View Post

Or this past Monday, if you checked OnDemand. Pretty good finale.
Yeah it was a pretty good finale that rescued this show IMO. They started out good then seemed to lose track with Castor but the last couple of eps I felt got it back on track. Nice to know that Merc doesn't harbor any grudge toward Matt lol.
post #140 of 147
This was the only time Castor made me laugh. That came too late for the character in every respect.

I enjoyed the twist of Puck's being renewed because I was expecting next season to be a new show. That means next season nobody will be happy to be back on set. I enjoyed Bev doing her Carol rant about the cup too.

"Of all the rooms we've ever been in, this may be my least favorite."
"And we've been in Anne Frank's house"
post #141 of 147
But you don't see S&B coming back for just 6 episodes.

When they were talking about selling their new show, Sean said that if they were going to put it on the air, he would want to run it, rather than just sell the script/concept and have someone else run it.

Often networks will fire show runners and hire someone else, so it's rare that show creators would get that power.

But with 3 networks competing for it, he could probably dictate terms and maybe the carrot of doing a show on their terms would be what gets them to come back to LA.
post #142 of 147
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Originally Posted by wco81 View Post

But with 3 networks competing for it, he could probably dictate terms and maybe the carrot of doing a show on their terms would be what gets them to come back to LA.

Based on Pucks getting a further episode order they will all still be under contract and number of episode commitment, so they have to go back to LA or get sued for breaching. Since it was never officially cancelled (and pulled before it could officially end it's run) they are all still employed by the network. Unless they come up with a loophole in their fictitious contracts that gets them out of it.
post #143 of 147
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Originally Posted by VisionOn View Post

Based on Pucks getting a further episode order they will all still be under contract and number of episode commitment, so they have to go back to LA or get sued for breaching. Since it was never officially cancelled (and pulled before it could officially end it's run) they are all still employed by the network. Unless they come up with a loophole in their fictitious contracts that gets them out of it.
Exactly which is why they will all be back. A lawsuit could hold up them doing anything, whether it's Matt, S&B or Morning, and could cost a lot of money in lawyers fees. Wonder if Carol will get to run the network this time around.
post #144 of 147
Yeah the network could litigate over a show that they were going to cancel anyways, with the defendants on another continent.

Or they could hire someone else to finish up the run and still achieve Eliot's objective of denying NBC.
post #145 of 147
My god, Castor was soooo worth that yolo hail mary. LOL

I really don't think ALL network's realize how ironic his brilliant speech was... As well as really how well his character symbolizes networks in general...

Great finale.
post #146 of 147
Thread Starter 
Think I fell out of this show rolleyes.gif
Probably only watched one full episode this season. May have to deal with other TV series that on at the same time, and I don't catch it on the DVR since I've been busy lately.
post #147 of 147
I really did expect that it would be "The Opposite of Us" that would drag Sean and Beverly back to Los Angeles, and the ending came as a complete surprise to me.

Unless they're on the hook as showrunners, though, in addition to being writers, couldn't they crank out six more scripts of "Pucks!" from London?

Either way, it will cost me money, as I'll need to add Showtime back to my cable service for a while when Season 4 rolls around.
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