Ok, so this wasn't as big a hit for me as some of the earlier episodes, but this one did have some really good moments. Namely, it had a hysterical (in both senses of the word) H. Jon Benjamin, who really carried this one. His exchanges with the cops, the robber, and the customers were top-notch.
Linda: A Mass Murder Mystery Musical Love Story set in...uh... Louise: Nazi Germany. Gene: No, Montreal. Louise: Enough with CANADA!
I'm really digging this show. It may have taken an episode or two to get its legs but I don't see how it got the criticism it got when it was first shown, especially compared to the crappy and disappointing 'Cleveland Show'. My favorite part was the exchange between Tina and Louise before the show that resembled more of a abusive boyfriend/girlfriend relationship instead of a sister/sister one. I may be in the minority but Tina is my favorite character though all of them have a certain charm.
There's no reflection here, which is why I find it a bit of a disappointment. It's a recreation of those two guys' fight for survival, intercut with Movie-Of-The-Week cuts back to their families worrying about them.