Great! I loved hiw they didnt spend time with non important scenes and got right in to the business with some juicy intense comedy that makes you want to watch next episode right at the moment
Any comedy that starts with Bill Murray has an instant bonus with me (but then the sudden realization comes to mind, that one day also he will die and that it is inevitable...oh boy)The chemistry between Danny McBride and Walton Goggins is excellent. Every scene where they interact with each other directly is so well written, so good acted out and so perfect cut that it is both, funny and intense. Although the focus in the pilot lies on McBride's character Neal Gamby i want to see more of Goggins' character Lee Russell. He reminds me of an less empathetic, more evil Dean Craig Pelton from Community (Darkest Timeline!).But apart from the two headliners the show felt very weak. Very cliché black, female and female-black characters. Specially at the end where Neal and Lee team-up against Dr. Brown i can't help my self but to feel a bitter after taste. Two white men team up against one black women?. I don't want to take this too seriously, after all it is a comedy, but with all that is going on in the real world (e.g. Leslie Jones being harassed until she left Twitter) it just felt weird for me. My hope is now that this will resolve it self in following episodes. I think they needed the time to develop the protagonists, who are great together. Maybe they will develop the supporting cast a bit more in future episodes (i think they will, but i wanted to write down this concern i had).
Looove it! Jody Hill & Danny McBride are back y'all!!! And Goggina a show stealer, as usual, love that dude!!
Excellent cast and a brilliant start to the show.
Just the talent behind the show was enough to get me watch, bit this show is actually funny!