Not her. Fuck Jennifer Aniston. I'm talking about the psuedo Night Court reunion, which may have been the highlight of my month so far - and please look at my avatar when you read that. I don't think I've ever "marked out" to a sitcom before. (And the set was perfect, too!) Seriously, that's my favorite show in the history of ever.
Seriously, though - what the hell could Marcia Warfield and Richard Moll have possibly been doing?
Maybe getting the 'whole' cast back together minus Larroquette would've made it too obvious that he wasn't there. Frankly, just having three of them there made it even delightfully more half-assed. And besides, at least you got former Night Court recurring character Werewolf Lawyer to return.
Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardNot her. Fuck Jennifer Aniston. I'm talking about the psuedo Night Court reunion
Maybe I'm just a Night Court mark, but I'm surprised that didn't get its own billing. Then again, I'm glad it wasn't advertised (or if it was, I didn't see it), as that was an awesome surprise. I particularly enjoyed Harry pitching his Heroes character.
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It did get billing in the sense that the episode was called, ahem, The One With The Night Court Reunion. That was one of the most inventive episodes of a show I've ever seen, with an Arrested Development-like* affection for TV comedy history. They even used old stock footage of Harry Anderson for Jenna's clip, which was my complaint about Seinfeldvision. My one complaint is that they've done the on-again, off-again thing with Claire and Greenzo for way too long.
* which also did some titular jokes based off the Friends naming system, as well as the titular Kitty's association with the actor John Laroquette.
It was boring. Not bad - boring. Loved the Fear and Loathing homage and Clint as the Spirit of the Old West. Other than that, it fell flat. I was surprised they made the snake so scary. I am sure some kids had nightmares over that.