. I finished it for the same reason you finish the last couple spoonfuls of ice cream at the bottom of the pint. You've been full since the halfway mark, you don't need it, you don't even want it,
Wow, man, you missed out on some shit if you gave up on Peaky after S1. Have to admit, at the start of season 6 I barely even remember the Cillian Murphy courtship nonsense. It was such a nothingburger that even the show went "meh" with it once the real drama started.Peaky Blinders lost me after S1. I like Cillian Murphy a lot but that one was a miss for me. It's been a few years now but I recall finding the dynamic between him and the Irish lady he was courting cringey and lazy-writing-y.
TWD... to say anything feels like saying too much hahaha. I finished it for the same reason you finish the last couple spoonfuls of ice cream at the bottom of the pint. You've been full since the halfway mark, you don't need it, you don't even want it, but the shame of eating it is marginally outweighed by the shame of throwing it away.
Dead to Me - Lindsey Weir and Kelly Bundy meet in a grief group. Some funny and some drama ensues.
It's fairly entertaining, but I'm kinda getting tired of shows being advertised as the funniest thing to ever exist, and then turning into a drama-fest five minutes in. It's kinda depressing to wanna flip on some funny and getting smacked across the face with death, hate, fights, etc.
I think I just need to rewatch Letterkenny and Shoresy again. Or maybe It's Always Sunny.
Honestly, Frank may be the best character in any TV show ever.Always Sunny somehow gets funnier the older the episodes get! I can throw that show on any time and know I’m going to laugh my ass off, regardless how many times I’ve seen the episode.
I don’t care how many times I’ve seen it, Frank birthing himself out of the couch will get me gasp for air every time.
They didn't have it likely because the robot would just collect it to have it, as well as a story to discuss. Some people collect stuff they aren't actually into because it's cool looking or a story. IE, some WW2 stuff is cool looking and a story to tell.Love Death & Robots
We finally got to the one that's big in the trailer, the robots exploring a destroyed Earth. One of the best comedic takes on the post-apocalypse I've seen in short form. I especially love the one robots obsession with hats. The only bummer was no MAGA hat at any point for him to grab.
This show is a real treat. I feel like it's the grown-up version of those shitty 3D VHS tapes you used to be able to buy at Radio Shack that were basically dudes figuring out how 3D worked and doing flocks of birds flying through various mazes and water dripping through bricks and shit.
I also noticed this a few weeks back when I saw an ad with his name attached to this show. Will have to check this one out based on the good feedback so far on this forum. My coworker was disappointed with it and gave up after the first 3 or 4 episodes so I hastily wrote it off after his critique.I saw Del Toro's name and some episode titles from HP Lovecraft and thought I'd give it a shot. I'm pretty happy with what I've seen.