I can't say that it'd be high on my "must watch" list, but for what it was, it was pretty decent. It probably would have been complete dross without Matt Lucas, who was amazingly funny. I assume the target audience is 16-25, primarily college males, which it seemed to hit pretty well. But there were enough ancillary characters who ... keep from alienating audience outside that prime demographic.
Sing this special song. It's just for you. Kevin Hart was funny, as usual.
The brute sidekick always shooting him with the crossbow was hilarious.
Dongalore was as funny as the commercials made him look.
AND Bruce. Nuff said.
Can't say it's great, but anyone who's ever played D&D with a bunch of screw ups in their party will get miles of enjoyment out of it.
Annaka: We need to talk. Krod: These are my best friends in the world. And Bruce. Anything you have to say you can say in front of them. Annaka: I'm just not a one-man woman. It has nothing to do with your inability to satisfy me sexually. Krod: Beat it guys,
On this day 45 years ago British viewers were experiencing a new direction in sci-fi TV. Ten lead actors later, the Who franchise is still in pretty good shape. Interestingly, today's Wikipedia featured article is about the sadly missing episodes.