Had this been three or four seasons ago, this would have been about Peter winning the lottery and doing over-the-top stupid stuff with it and having THAT be his downfall. But this is the post-Cleveland era, so Peter won the lottery and acted like an over-the-top jerk. And it wasn't even in a funny way or anything.
This episode was a thud for me. But I will say that I enjoyed the DuckTales gag.
I am going with it was just average. Peter centric episodes are starting be as bad as Meg centric episodes. Actually, they are worse, because they no longer give you any delusions of those being good which somehow turn out alright. I am glad that they had Lois' Dad call and say call him back when they blew through the money just to let you know where it was going. The one thing I am getting tired of his is the musical numbers. Yes, Seth we know you like to sing, but not every fucking episode and not on everyone of your shows.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.
Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
(I meant to say something about this last night but instantly forgot...which, surprise, meant it was an instantly forgettable bit. It was an easy joke anybody could have made, but they did it "first," I guess.)
Count me in for it being just "average." I didn't care for the gross-out stuff or the number of songs they did. Just seemed a bit much, but I suppose I should expect that from FG at this point. And the Scrooge thing that everyone liked was blown in one of the ads during football, otherwise it would've been a nice surprise.
@gregmparks - live Tweeting of Raw and Impact, wrestling thoughts and other slices of life.
Originally posted by lotjxNo, it has to do with Seth wanting to be a lounge singer which is why we got that terrible musical special. South Park doing it for the movie was fine, but after that was just as annoying.
Whether it has anything to do with it or not I bet the Book of Mormon really sticks in Seth's craw
It's an Arrow Christmas! For some reason, Oliver decided he really, really, really wanted a Christmas party and he wasn't gonna take no for an answer. And for the first time, I have cause to disagree with my man John Diggle: