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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by LKRFN88jp, Jan 17, 2011.
One thing that’s always bothered me about Ron’s birthday is that he’s chomping down steak during the climax of The Bridge on the River Kwai. That film’s runtime is nearly 3 hours; the steak would be ice cold.
That was likely his 3rd or 4th steak by then
Fair point but who’s cooking them?
multiple deliveries. You think Leslie Knope is unprepared?
The guard was instructed not to let ANYONE in though
again, is Leslie ever NOT prepared?
Agree to disagree. I think it’s an oversight because the bridge explosion scene is iconic whereas not many people are going to recognize a random scene with William Holden stumbling around the jungle or hanging at a luxury hospital.
obviously you are correct. It’s a continuity error.
That looks really... average.
let's be honest
we all fell in love 9 years ago
that 1st season is bad
Its not bad, but its not the show that it became in the 2nd season when it really found its footing.
its pretty bad
Ron wearing a suit to work feels so wrong every re-watch.
I wouldn’t consider season 1 “bad” at all
I watch an episode or two on my lunch break and just cycled back to season 1 again and the tone is a bit different but it’s got some great moments
I’ve never watched before and getting ready to start. Is there a season I should just stop at since it goes downhill from there?
No. It goes out on top
It goes out great, but starts out slow. You should watch season 1 but season 2 is when it really gets going.
I downloaded season 1 only 6 episodes and the start of season 2 for my flights today.
Watching season 1 is essential for the plot of the series IMHO
we will need reactions after every episode.
Ep 1: ok
Ep 2: a little better
Swanson’s desk is great with the shotgun and claymore.
Also noticed the WWII DDay beach barricade yesterday off to the side.
S1 Ep 6- Rock Show
This was the best episode of the short season. Seemed to build through S1 and went out strong.
Possibly an unpopular opinion, but I like season 1. The show really finds its footing in season 2 and never lets up. Probably my favorite sitcom. I love the characters and writing so much
didn't you argue with me because you thought it was normal to just read episode recaps on wikipedia for Master of None?
I mean the entire storyline for the entire first half of the series is driven by a promise Leslie makes in episode 1, so I'd also say it's probably necessary to watch. Even if it doesn't reach the heights of later seasons, it's still not bad compared to most shows, and it's only 6 episodes.
for the record, I'm not saying you should skip season one.
I never said anything about it being normal one way or the other.
That's the first ep that feels like the rest of the series.
Imo the series really ‘kicks off’ with the word “wiz palace.” There’s lots of good stuff before that episode in season 2 but from that moment in the series is nails till the end.
Could be the old age, but the series finale makes me tear up every time.
I can’t help but notice how Poehlers finger are fat sausage fingers lately.
S2E10 - The hunting trip episode crushed me. Leslie covering for Tom with the ranger was fantastic as she made up excuses and then Ron’s head at the welcome back party.
Men love it when you show them you're better than them at something they love
Holy shit the follow up Episode - Toms Divorce is easily the best episode up to the point.
Just keeps getting better. Enjoy and I'm jealous you're seeing this for the first time
The line from Toms Divorce
“I’ve done some research and divorce is the second most stressful event in a persons life. Marriage is number seven. Just a heads up it all sucks.”
Or something like that made me lol
Its alllll bad
Give it another 4-5 episodes and it really hits its stride. It's good now, but just wait
That’s right. OMG that killed me
shocked that the Pikitis episode didn't get a mention.
You won’t hit a “down” (relatively speaking) episode for another 2 seasons or so.