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Re: I just watched (x television show here)
« Reply #50 on: 18 Sep 2021, 01:28 »

WandaVision had many fine elements, but in the end, they didn't quite add up for me, personally.

WandaVision is up for 23 Emmys, but did this Marvel series deliver on its promise to reinvent the MCU?
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Re: I just watched (x television show here)
« Reply #51 on: 18 Sep 2021, 07:51 »

It started out well, but by the end it was another CGI fight. Though a lot of it had to do with the pandemic.

Every time I watch What We Do in the Shadows on Hulu it'll play Baskets and I think it's what I'm gonna watch next. Though I've also started YuYu Hakusho
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Re: I just watched (x television show here)
« Reply #52 on: 15 Oct 2021, 07:06 »

I've been watching ONey Plays on youtube and one of the regular guests is Zach Handel (AKA PsychicPebbles). He is incredibly funny and does amazing voice work and impressions on the show. I found out yesterday that Adult Swim gave him a show called "Smiling Friends" and they aired the pilot for it back on April Fools Day and he is suppose to get a full season.  It looks like his personal art style too so I am wondering if he animated it. I watched the pilot and if you are familiar with his humor, it really does seem like something he wrote on the fly. The show is about two guys that work for a company that goes to sad people with the goal of making them smile. In the episode they are sent by their creepy boss to help a guy that is depressed. Their client is at the end of his rope (he literally has a gun to his own head the entire episode) when the duo show up and I was delighted that the person they were helping was voiced by Mike Stoklasa (of RedLetterMedia) whose voice perfectly matched the character. There is also a B plot where a friend of theirs has noticed someone is stealing his cheese and tracks down a bunch of weird pests which ends up being the resolution to the A plot. It is beyond weird, it is morbid, and I found it funny. If your a familiar with or a fan of Zach's humor then I think you may find it enjoyable, but otherwise it may not be your cup of tea.
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