So! 3D! Anyone care? It hurts my eyes and forced 3D sequences are lame.
Charlie! Oh no, cross contamination. I was hoping a Driveshaft reference would get worked in, but I never caught one.
Anytime Yvonne Strahinsky gets all sexy and/or in lingerie, I am a fan. More of that please.
As much as I love office shenanigans (or in this case, Buy More games), this one was kinda lame. We get it, Jeff is desperate. Eating urinal cakes, ew.
Tony Hale had the two best lines of the night: "I splashed everywhere." and of course "NO TOUCHING!"
I laugh when Chuck pulls out the accents. But then again, I love accents. (aside: Hamburger. Hummmm-dart-er. Har-dur-ger)
Was that a store in the background of the Buy More wide shot called Underpants Inc? Why haven't we seen THAT yet. And WHY is Sarah working at Orange Orange with that right across the way? I declare Shenanigans.
I'm thinking they're getting a bit better at working some longer story arcs. They shouldn't be afraid to commit to them though. Chuck waffles a lot between wanting to be a spy and knowing he's not a spy. Wanting to be a part of the action, but wanting to be free of the secrets. Maybe let him feel one way for more than an episode at a time. He's back and forth so often that it's hard to keep track.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/30/arts/television/30cnd-snyder.html I was just a bit too young to stay up for "Tomorrow," but I became a Tom Snyder fan during his CNBC show as well as the first Worldwide Pants "Late Late Show.