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Sexta-feira, 9 de Novembro de 2007
Sam is scared, nervous, and apparently "firm all over."
Starting things off with (the 2nd to last new episode for a while? of) The Office.
I thought it was an okay episode, though it could've been funnier since it was written by Steve Carell.
All the scenes of Michael trying to survive in the woods were great, especially him ripping up, duct taping back, and ripping up again his pair of dress pants. Who knew a piece of pant leg made a good hat?
My slow slide into the "I dislike Jim" category continues this week. I guess it has something to do with his character development? If so, I don't like what his character is developing into.
What a kill joy! He's been pretty jerky the last couple of weeks, and this episode, the rest of the office got to experience newJim. Since when was productivity a big concern at DM Scranton? A place where days are devoted to parties, screenings of Varsity Blues AND their very own Office Olympics. Hmm...
I loved it when everyone perked up when Michael came back. It's always great to see Michael being seen in a positive way when he doesn't do something dumb.
Creed, as always, was hilarious. He needs his pie.
Ha to Michael and "Broken Mountain" and him keeping the Toby-hate alive.
I guess next week is the last new episode we'll see in a while. I guess we have to enjoy what we can.
Oh, and remember, "It's better to be hurt by someone you know, accidentally, than by a stranger... on purpose."
"My Inconvenient Truth" was definitely one of those Scrubs episodes where the 2 parts comedy, 1 part drama switched places, or at least were more equal.
Instead of saving all the poignant moments for the final sequence, we got a couple throughout the episode; from Dan telling JD he needed to grow up to Elliot's harsh, and failed attempts at proving she wasn't a hypocrite.
Loved the real flashback to two weeks ago of Carla telling Elliot about being human and the orchestra of Elliot, Carla, Kelso, and Ted.
And what about Laver... I mean, Nurse Shirley? I thought she was going to be around for a while.
After last week's riotous one-hour special episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, this week's episode featured the gang as law enforces who probably wouldn't be able to handle a real riot... just obscene, inappropriate homeless people, hot dog vendors, a young jaywalker, and a random man in a suit loitering on the street.
Seeing the episode title, "Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City," I wasn't sure what the episode would be about. That hilarious opening minute was enough to understand how exactly they were leaving messes in the city.
I never saw Serpico, but Charlie was hilarious the entire time.
And Agent Jack Bauer, the indestructible cat (that was born in a pool of gasoline)... awesome.
This week's classic Sunny was season 2's "Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's A--," which isn't one of my favorite episodes, but is a great episode for Charlie Day who is hilarious the entire time; "Don't tread on me. And you're treading all over me."
Next week is the SEASON FINALE!! Ahh! Nooo!
I really liked this week’s Supernatural. I think I laughed more watching this ep than those other “funny” episodes… and this wasn’t even really a funny episode?
Most of the laughs were definitely for the Sam and “Gert” scenes. Jared’s facial expressions were hilarious. Kudos to him.
This was the first episode I really noticed how much brighter it's been.
I think this week, I officially like Bela more than Ruby, if only because Bela actually does stuff while Ruby just pops in and out trying to be witty. Also, I think it helped and it was really nice to get a little more insight into Bela's own life. Very interesting.
Plus, I think I had the same reaction seeing Lauren Cohan all dressed up as Ruby had seeing Dean come down the stairs in his tux.
Haha to Dean's hyperventilating over the Impala.
And of course, the continuing worry of Sam for his older brother. Looks like they have more immediate things to worry about judging from the preview for next week.
Oh, and that scene of the brothers bursting into water at the cemetery was pretty awesome! Some nice special effects!
Ending with some memorable quotes…
Dean: "And you shot her?"
Sam: "She was a smart ass!"
Bela: "Cute, a little bit of a drama queen, yeah?"
Dean: "Can I shoot her?"
Sam: "Not in public."
Bela: "You know, when this is over, we should have angry sex."
Dean: "Don't objectify me."
Bela: "Oo, look at you, searching for a witty rejoinder."
Gert: "You're just firm all over."
Dean: "You're so damaged."
Bela: "Takes one to know one."
Sam: "She's got style."
Sam: "You know what Dean? Go screw yourself. I don't want an apology from you. And by the way, I'm a big boy now I can take care of myself."
Dean: "Oh, well excuse me."
Sam: "So would you please quit worrying about me? I mean, that's the whole problem in the first place. I don't want you to worry about me, Dean. I want you to worry about you. I want you to give a crap that you're dying."
Sam: "So that's it? Nothing else to say for you?"
Dean: "I think maybe I'll play craps."