This episode seems dedicated to trying out new versions of Letterkenny standards, such as the hockey players. I was hoping for a slightly different show but clearly I would watch Letterkenny outtakes performed by preschoolers much less Jared and his new friends.
Here's a word i have never used in a sentence....
When Goody removes his dental bridge and tongues the gap between his missing teeth, it's a gesture that seems lascivious and terrifying...almost like he's signalling that he's looking forward to the fight in front of him and at the same time remembering how he lost his missing teeth...with no regret.
Well, I didn't want to be as low as 6, nearly 5, but the jokes that had me pushing a 7 or even an 8 did not appear enough or come fast enough. A fear a simple formula is being followed for each show, but each part is only half of a Letterkenny joke situation because they probably don't want to be following a Letterkenny formula for plot and jokes. It is worth watching, for now, create your own opinion rather than my British one from someone who knows nothing in the slightest about ice hockey. So any ice hockey terms of reference fly over my head. Much like if a Brits show was full of say The Grand National and The Derby references- your side of the water would be seeing them fly overhead.