Well, they can go ahead and cross off another callback to the movie with the Napoleon dance scene. They don't have too many movie references left.
There are still some good bits of humor here, like Napoleon and Pedro arguing over karate fighting a bear or a moose. But the humor comes in small doses. The potential for better is there and maybe it'll come out later.
Deb: You said "all-access, no-holds-barred!" Pedro: You could have held one of the bars. Napoleon: Yeah, Deb. One freakin' bar.
I like this show, but I'm starting to feel lonely about this. It's not really laugh out loud funny, but I am always entertained by it. They are going to have to expand the cast, and there still is no LaFonda sighting.
I was wondering though. If you had never seen the show and watched this cartoon for the first time, what would your thoughts be when seeing Pedro?
I saw the trailer of this.. For one, Daniel Day-Lewis looks almost ham fisted in the scenes they chose here. Melodrama with typical Spielberg scores and redacted history is what I'd expect. I'm sure the racial tack would be pushed to the fifth gear.