Kind of surprised no threads have been started for the new season. Here are my thoughts so far Episode 1: Reverse Cowgirl-Kind of an interesting show with a couple laughs, but not a very strong episode to open on. The man vs. woman parts were good and the sue-ance was great, but nothing really stood out for me.
Episode 2: Cash for gold--A good premise that never really came to fruition. Again a few laughs here and there, but nothing that memorable IMO.
Episode 3: Faith Hilling--This was a great episode! I think some may say the subject matter is old, but there was a lot of great in this episode. I would have started the season with this.
Episode 4: Jewpacabra--Another good premise that never really came together though Kyle and Cartman at the end was good and I am interested to see if they do any more with that.
Episode 5: Butterballs--A very good episode dealing with bully campaigns. Butters's grandma and the scenes in the boy's room made this episode. I had to look up Kyle's constant San Diego reference to figure out what he was talking about.
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I mostly agree with you, except that I enjoyed Cash for Gold more than Faith Hilling. But Butterballs was easily the best episode of this season so far.
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Although this did bring back some fond memories of San Diego Comic Con last summer (without the jackin' it on the street).
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Ah. Of course! Thanks for sharing!
I think they've all been good with none being outstanding.
But yeah, agree with ep 1 probably being the weakest. I'm struggling to bring up any strong unprompted memories of that episode which is usually a sign that it didn't impact on me that much. But the other four were pretty darn good.
Midnight In Paris isn't one of Woody's best overall, but it's certainly his best in a long while. It's just fun -- Owen Wilson is, in my opinion, captures the 'faux-Woody' main character better than any of the other faux-Woodies in Allen's recent films.