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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by markymark_ctown, Sep 19, 2013.
Forget the dress. Give me more of her in the sergeant's t-shirt!
I about lost it when Peralta started playing the guitar to the suspect. When he just started screaming I nearly had to pause it.
It seems a lot of pepole hate the main character outside of his character. The only thing I know him from is a movie called Hot Rod. It was a dopey comedy with some great supporting actors and I liked it. He's OK in my book.
My favorite parts both involved Terry.
"Tiny Terry loooves his pickles"
"Now act like a man, and take your nap."
Oh, and the stifled yawn! Terry is definitely my favorite character right now.
I've been saying that to people all day. It's funny.
Crews is by far my favorite character he is just great at comedy.
He was really good in Everybody Hates Chris too. I never realized he was so buff!! They seem to be showing that off quite a bit here. I guess if they are going to give us guys the red dress....
Hopefully I am not the only one who loves this show. "Tiny Terry loves his pickles."
I think last night was by far the weakest episodes of the season and it still made me laugh out loud several times.
Brooklyn Nine Nine, Almost Human, The Returned, and Sleepy Hollow are all shows I am a big fan. Strange that three of them are on Fox.
I've found I love anything with Patton Oswalt.
Have not heard of The Returned. Going to investigate!
I really hope this show sticks, it's fast becoming one of my favorites.
I really enjoy this show, and I feel like it's starting to hit its stride. They don't give Braugher very much to do, but they use his deadpan affect to great effect. And Samberg is toning it down somewhat and finding the groove where he's a bit of a goofball, but you can also buy him as being somewhat competent.
I really liked this episode. I thought it was the best in awhile. Love the pizza rankings Those of us from the NY area actually kind of do this in our heads. A Brooklyn neighborhood will frequently have around 10 pizzerias in say a 10 block radius. And we all have our favorites, and we've probably all eaten at all of them growing up. So this kind of hit home.
This show is really clicking now. Last night's Episode, "Pontiac Bandit", aided by a guest appearance from Craig Robinson, had me laughing throughout.
I thought last night's was one of the funniest of the series so far. My first thought was "Pontiacs, Really?" They haven't been sold for about 4 or 5 years. Love the little pop culture references by the thief.
It was cute at the end how they were in a Trans-Am with the screaming eagle hood decal.
I was nice to see Andy Samberg getting recognized for his efforts last night at the Golden Globe Awards.
I had never heard of the show before last night, but it was nice to see what seemed to be a genuine reaction from Samberg. He looked very surprised and absolutely thrilled.
Yes, surprised to see this two awards - best comedy and best performance in a comedy.
I really like Brooklyn 9-9, but it getting a best comedy award when Parks has never won is a travesty. Mike Schur created and runs both shows, and you can tell even he seemed somewhat conflicted when he was up on stage.