started okay, but went downhill and got bad pretty quickly
Season 4 is definitely the last I will watch. The show has become soooo boring. This season is just a whole lot of nasal-ey whinging from the girls and passive commentary from the boys. Can't imagine they dragged it on past 10 episodes. The entire season just goes round and round in a boring circle and no one seems to work on their issues or try to grow, and that includes the adults in the show. Tired of hearing about Myrka's cruel mother, Tyra and Alex's pretend relationship issues and her neglecting her duties with her child etc etc. Just cancel the show if there's nothing left to explore and if no characters are going to attempt to better themselves.
This has undoubtedly been one of my favourite shows to watch and favourite TV families to grow with. I will surely miss the Gallaghers. However, that was one of the worst finales they could have given their fans. None of this season's questions were answered i.e. Debbie finding a permanent home, Lip selling the house, Liam having a father figure and finding his place in his family... But even worse, the finale raised new questions Lip selling the house for 75k, Debbie going to TX with her new flame, Kev and V selling the bar to Carl, Gallavich adopting a child etc, etc. The really didn't have to bring these things up if they weren't going to resolve them! Also, why give Frank dementia if they were just going to kill him off with covid? However, I will still miss the show. They were definitely my favourite TV family.
I really liked this. As someone who had never ever heard of the decade-long monopoly / McDonald's scam or its outcome, I was pleasantly surprised when I watched it. Yes, as others say it is a bit slow...but honestly, I didn't mind. I actually liked getting to know all the "crooks" in this and getting to see them in a light other than just them scamming or being used by scammers. It humanized them and that made the docuseries all the more interesting.
This show is silly but not so much that it loses its cleverness or humour. The two main characters are oddballs but lovable from the first moment you meet them. I can't believe I'd never seen it before, it's really funny
From what I've seen in the comments, I think that most people see Jason Segel and expect a certain thing (comedy) and thus, they got disappointed by what they watched. This is based on a true story... and yes, if you've seen the 2013 documentary about the Jejune Institute you know that what happened back then is just as weird and strange as this show. To this day a lot of people cant explain whether it was insanity, an alternate reality game, a cult or simply data collection... I think the series does a great job in being just as confusing as the real life story. Jason Segel is great in this!
what a pointless documentary. I thought this was a series before I realized that I had seen the entire thing. Not enough research done to call it a documentary... it just seems like one of his friends picked up a camera and shot this for the yearbook. Expected more. Could have been an epic story, deep and meaningful but they dropped the ball. Also, why call him "Mark" to protect his identity only to reveal his entire name at the end? It's like the film makers had no clue what they were doing
I guess this show is supposed to be a genius mind fuck with all these concepts that drive us to an existential crisis... but it's such a huge miss. I wish it were at least humourous or at least entertaining... but it's just SO BORING. Great story line concepts that are "deep" but the execution is a fail. Every time I sat through an episode, I would feel relief when the credits rolled. That's not what an animated show should make you feel. I've seen 11 episodes so far and that's 11 too many, I'm tapping out
I honestly don't know who finds this entertaining... basically just the creators going out of their way to gross you out with blood, guts, poop and vomit humour that isn't even remotely smart. Just not for me but I'm sure there are people who like it
It's not bad, it's just not great. Not doing it for me. The show and all the singing... oh the singing - I guess if you're huge on Broadway musicals this may be for you... I'm alright with cartoon musicals but this one goes a step too far with the show tunes. Still, I'm going to give it a fair chance and try to see season 1 through to the end. Huge fan of Bitsy and Helen - they're hilarious and they're the highlight of the show.
Gets funnier as the show finds its footing. I can't get enough of uncle Cheech lmao
what am I watching? I am 15 mins into this episode and 1) it is so boring and 2) I feel like I missed like 4 other episodes because there's a gap from what happened last episode. Seriously wtf is this?
Really unnecessary and boring spin off, TLC is doing the most with milking this franchise
I just binged the entire first season on a whim, didn't even know what the show was about. I wasn't expecting it to be this good! Amazing characters, the villains are just as likeable as the heroes - they really explore the line between hilarity, stupidity and insanity well... amazing story lines and even better dialogue and writing. Brilliant! I hope that the other seasons are just as good as the first
Did not see the return of the milking table coming... hahaha
I'm 3 minutes into the episode and I cannot do this. Another musical episode with no storyline? No. Just NO!! What next? Riverdale on ice? Omg, if the writers have ran out of ideas, why can't they just write a good final season and cut their losses?
Edit: I skipped through the whole thing, so let me save you the grief of watching. All you need to know is that Betty and Archie kiss and realize they may have feelings for one another. Then, skip to 40:45 and watch the last few minutes.
this show is just so bad, omg
The child actors in this are fantastic. But no one with any kind of maturity could possibly find this scary... It was like a reboot of those ridiculous 90s leprechaun movies. The clown was just too silly to be scary.
I really despise cross-over episodes in superhero tv shows. I don't watch the other shows for a reason but they keep following me around ugh. Only thing worse than corny cross-overs is cringey musical episodes. Cross-overs prove that the underlying storyline of a series doesn't matter because it can just be overlooked just to bring in other characters from their shows, there's just no substance and it's all about everyone dropping corny one-liners. I've had it with this show, I really liked it but this is the last straw. There's no way I can sit through a five part cross-over with characters from shows that I don't like and have no interest in watching. Disappointing.
What's with all the strange musical numbers in nearly every episode of season 3? It's getting so cringey
Wasn't there already an excessive amount of singing on this show without them going full-blown cringey musical? I fast forwarded through the entire episode. This was so bad.
Why do all the shows that I watch feel the need to drive us crazy with musical episodes? Come on. This was so unnecessary. I wanted to skip the entire thing... but I was scared that I'd miss important plot points. I can't do this. Kill me now.
I'll miss this show. It wasn't what I would consider "great TV" but it wasn't so bad that it needed to be cancelled. It was good mindless TV.
This is bloody bad. Just awful! It's just so cringey. But then, what did I really expect from the E! network anyway?
this was horrible... it was like torture having to sit through this hot mess
For a show hosted by Jamie Foxx I expected higher calibre of comedy and showmanship. But the entire show is so low on energy and everything feels so forced. The host's jokes fall flat and the audience laughs and participation is so "meh". The premise of the show is so bad and the producers know this, they often bring on a surprise celebrity guest to I guess 'boost their ratings'. It's just not a game show that will last very long in my opinion (I could be wrong), I think that it needs to be off the air asap. Let's leave game shows to the British, they know how to do it right. Lol.
Side note: If you're looking for an exciting game show with celebrity guests hosted by a hilarious black comedian, try the reboot of To Tell The Truth.
Musical episodes of TV shows are more often than not horrible and this was no exception. There was basically no story line / plot (because the writers spent all their time trying to slap together some God awful lyrics to the songs)... They actually put us through a cheesey "why are we singing" musical number... Cringe... Please, let's not do this again.
Best TV reboot so far. Macgyver and Rush Hour reboots (which suck) could learn a lot from this show. The casting was great and it's not as cheesey as the other recent TV show remakes.
It is pretty terrible at first, the first couple of episodes are boring and just meh. However if you stick them out it gets a lot better. I liked the end of season 1 and most of season 2. But season 3... Ugh. It's starting to feel like they are just running around in circles and the story line is starting to be more than ridiculous. I'm not saying that it should be 100% realistic but... come on. Plus none of the characters are particularly likeable. They especially made Clarke increasingly unlikeable with her "god complex". And the other characters are always complaining or depressed or suicidal or unhappy... It's such a whiney show. Only watched the first 3 episodes of season 4 and I'm mentally drained. Gave it a fair chance and it disappointed me.
This show used to be great. Well, the first 5 seasons were amazing and so so funny... But I just feel like the writers have lost the plot and the actors don't seem that enthusiastic any more. The only people who must be excited about the show are the producers because they are raking in the cash. I hate that they split the cast into 3 separate subplots. This just made everything stop working and flowing well. Every episode is basically the same now (different settings, same terrible sub plots and jokes) and its just NOT FUNNY ANY MORE.I feel awfully sad to say goodbye but, I tried to stick it out to the end of season 10 but just can't. Time to move on.