"I'll talk them into suicide!" Jared, crazy as always haha

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Overall, I thought this was a good episode. Maybe not full of laugh out loud moments, but that's ok. Sometimes a series needs to have an episodes that furthers the plot line and sets up dominos for them to be knocked down in future episodes. I think this episode was exactly that. As always, Guilfoyle was great, and Jian Yang steals every scene he's in. I have good hopes for the partnership with Gavin, as it's going to have its highs and lows. Part of me thinks that it might work since Gavin wants to get back at Hooli and cares about a legacy. He's also used to working with guys like Richard. Someone incredibly smart, but who fails at life.
He may end up screwing Richard over. He almost certainly will. But Peter didn't seem to do so bad afterwards, Richard may end up the same way. :)

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2017-09-28T19:31:01+02:00— updated 2017-10-02T23:21:02+02:00

This was the first time I'd seen Gilfoyle's laugh. When I saw Hotdog - Not Hotdog scene I laughed. Then suddenly Gilfoyle laughed and I laughed harder. Oh God, that moment was precious.

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Really not impressed by this one (or the previous one), getting concerned that the writers have run their course and this is going to be the last season.

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I have to say it, I'm disappointed with Jared this season. There was always this mysterious origin about Jared, and he had this dark Nazi underground connection that would come out without him knowing it. His quotes were classic if you picked up on them. This season he's just a quirky sidekick with generic, and sometimes funny, lines.

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Nope, not hotdog.

The silly twists and turns of this show, at some point it might actually get ridiculous. :p

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