Picked it up at Best Buy yesterday. I only saw the season 4 episodes online, while I was working on school stuff, so I didn't pay that much attention to a lot of them. Holy crap, is it funny! I remember thinking it wasn't as good as the previous seasons, but on second viewing I'm rescinding that statement.
I thought the same thing about season 4, I was a little let down because seasons 2 and 3 set the bar so high. But like you said after a second look I questioned what I was thinking.
I like how even though the show is gaining popularity they really haven't changed the scenery of the show. They're in the bar, at charlie/franks, at dees, or at dennis' place. I tend to like shows that build off character development rather than fancy sets. Take Seinfeld for example. 90% of that show was in Jerry's apartment or at Monk's.
"This is amazing! Look at this! Bro, you could chop a camel right in the hump and drink all of its milk right off—right off the tip of this thing, man."
Yeah... I'm pumped.
Now that MBB is back, do we still have to pretend that WBB matters?
I’m gonna rise up, gonna kick a little ***. Gonna kick some *** in the USA. Gonna climb a mountain, gonna sew a flag, gonna fly on an eagle. I’m gonna kick some butt, gonna drive a big truck. I’m gonna rule this world. I’m gonna kick some ***. I’m gonna rise up, gonna kick a little ***. Rock, flag, and eagle!
"Can I borrow your towel, my car just hit a water buffalo" Erwin Fletcher
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