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2022-01-25 9:50:05 PM  
The toilet baby story was the highlight of this week's episode.
 
2022-01-26 1:19:50 AM  
This news has me runnin' through the house with a pickle in my mouth
 
2022-01-26 1:40:13 AM  
It's been farking fantastic.

I fully admit I am a late comer to the show, but earlier this month, I binge-watched the first season until 4am.

/All caught up.
//Danny McBride is awesome, yo.
 
2022-01-26 1:55:33 AM  
Hallelujah!!!

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2022-01-26 1:58:14 AM  
I watch this show but Vice Principals was better because some of the characters were not insane
 
2022-01-26 2:04:49 AM  

moothemagiccow: I watch this show but Vice Principals was better because some of the characters were not insane


I need to re-watch it...it's farking fantastic.
 
2022-01-26 3:27:48 AM  
I got mixed messages this episode, but I'm still holding out it turns out BJ and Judy are secretly cousins thanks to Uncle Baby Billy
 
2022-01-26 8:12:01 AM  
The show has a lot of promise, but Danny McBride needs to let better writers come in.

A fundamental problem is that he plays hard -- very hard -- into the trope of the characters doing awful things, but having hearts of gold, ultimately redeeming themselves at the last minute and resetting the status quo, e.g. Jesse joining his son to do aid work in Haiti and winning back his family. No doubt the same pattern will play out this season. People like Jesse don't do gestures like that -- when their marriage is on the rocks, they go out, marry someone even younger, and start a new family.

The Kelvin-homoeroticism story line isn't going anywhere and has become an overplayed joke (it's also doesn't make sense how everyone in the show is completely oblivious to it). Same thing with Judy's sexuality.

And the baptism party in the last episode was so insanely over the top for even Righteous Gemstones, that it felt like I was watching another show (and it wasn't really a commentary on religion, but more middle-age rich white people flaunting wealth, a la the similar Succession episode with Kendall's birthday party).
 
2022-01-26 8:21:42 AM  

thornhill: The show has a lot of promise, but Danny McBride needs to let better writers come in.

A fundamental problem is that he plays hard -- very hard -- into the trope of the characters doing awful things, but having hearts of gold, ultimately redeeming themselves at the last minute and resetting the status quo, e.g. Jesse joining his son to do aid work in Haiti and winning back his family. No doubt the same pattern will play out this season. People like Jesse don't do gestures like that -- when their marriage is on the rocks, they go out, marry someone even younger, and start a new family.

The Kelvin-homoeroticism story line isn't going anywhere and has become an overplayed joke (it's also doesn't make sense how everyone in the show is completely oblivious to it). Same thing with Judy's sexuality.

And the baptism party in the last episode was so insanely over the top for even Righteous Gemstones, that it felt like I was watching another show (and it wasn't really a commentary on religion, but more middle-age rich white people flaunting wealth, a la the similar Succession episode with Kendall's birthday party).


IDK. A lot of narcissistic people will behave like this. Just when their toxic behavior has pushed a friend or family member to the point where they might leave, the narcissist will act out extremely kind, generous, intimate, even vulnerable scripts in order to bind the other person to them.
 
2022-01-26 9:36:13 AM  
I have not started this season yet but I loved the first season when I was prepping and recovering from my fun procedure with the GI doctor.
 
2022-01-26 9:52:54 AM  

phlegmjay: thornhill: The show has a lot of promise, but Danny McBride needs to let better writers come in.

A fundamental problem is that he plays hard -- very hard -- into the trope of the characters doing awful things, but having hearts of gold, ultimately redeeming themselves at the last minute and resetting the status quo, e.g. Jesse joining his son to do aid work in Haiti and winning back his family. No doubt the same pattern will play out this season. People like Jesse don't do gestures like that -- when their marriage is on the rocks, they go out, marry someone even younger, and start a new family.

The Kelvin-homoeroticism story line isn't going anywhere and has become an overplayed joke (it's also doesn't make sense how everyone in the show is completely oblivious to it). Same thing with Judy's sexuality.

And the baptism party in the last episode was so insanely over the top for even Righteous Gemstones, that it felt like I was watching another show (and it wasn't really a commentary on religion, but more middle-age rich white people flaunting wealth, a la the similar Succession episode with Kendall's birthday party).

IDK. A lot of narcissistic people will behave like this. Just when their toxic behavior has pushed a friend or family member to the point where they might leave, the narcissist will act out extremely kind, generous, intimate, even vulnerable scripts in order to bind the other person to them.


They'll do something simple to curry favor like buy flowers or a gift, not something genuine and meaningful like aid work in Haiti which displays recognition that they understand how someone is emotionally feeling.
 
2022-01-26 12:11:13 PM  

groppet: I have not started this season yet but I loved the first season when I was prepping and recovering from my fun procedure with the GI doctor.


At least it wasn't a cobra doctor
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