Ann pulled a Lois Lane in Superman III - showed up in the beginning, went on a trip, showed up again at the very end. I'm not sure how letting April watch her house while she's away was going to bring them closer toge--
April: "I don't like Ann."
"The Possum" was another Andy tour de force. Shoeshine head. Sleeping in the hallway. "We're here by special order of Mayor Gunderson's dog!" Andy catching the possum and the post interview literally kissing his own bicep. "I lived in the pit for the better part of last year and made some vermin friends. No, not friends, colleagues." Plus he wasn't even aware of how he upset April but he won her back over lickety-split.
It was also an April tour de force. I liked her and the possum watching the nature show and her asking the possum: "Do you know them?" And her blaming the possum for the ring on Ann's coffee table.
I hope the NBC store sells the sign outside of Ron's workshop, because I really want one:
TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT. SURVIVORS WILL BE SHOT AGAIN.
I love this show more and more with every episode. Since Always Sunny isn't on at the moment, this is the funniest show on TV.
And that trespassing sign isn't unique to Ron Swanson. I saw plenty of those growing up in rural NY, so you could probably pick one up through many various vendors. It was, though, 100% in character and I loved it.
Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
Every week there seems to be one person on this board who says "I love this show more and more with every episode" (this week it was Samoflange). I hope to add a new trend of once a week someone saying;
"This is my new favorite show on television".
because it is. My wife and I love this show, and I actually find it more consistently funny than the Office is.
Paul Schneider leaving could mean more accidental Andy mishaps involving Anne.
You'd think Mark being gone would be no big deal. But this week the Mark vs Ron F'n Swanson (those death stares at each other were great) scenes stole the show for me so you never know.
You know, I really don't know what to put here. Close your eyes and thank of something funny!
I'd be more impressed if it was someone other than David Yates directing. What happened to the plan to have a different director for each film in the series, which already led to very original takes from Alfonso Cuaron and Mike Newell?