I remember the first episode that teamed up Andy and April, I think it was the hunting one. I thought it was just going to be a cute little thing. It's turned into the heart of the show and both actors are doing a good job of making it less mawkish than some typical sitcom unrequited love stories, especially since it could be hard to keep a character like April true to her abrasiveness. And Rashida Jones was a much more distressing obstacle last night than she ever was with Jim and Pam.
Ron and April has become a really cool relationship at the same time -- neither of them said a word and that Swanson-style consolation and it being exactly how April would want to be consoled was tremendous.
Rob Lowe's arrival gets all the press but the addition of the great ADAM SCOTT is what I'm mega-pumped for. So excited to find out what exactly he will be doing and how much of it and can I watch him do it while eating Pork Cracklins.
Is there a non-gay way I can ask Adam Scott to go camping with me?
Andy's intentions were never as 100% clear as they were last night. I feel like it would be in April's character to force the camera man to show her the footage of Andy singing the November song, if she knew such footage existed. But like The Office camera people, those documentary filmmakers have hearts of stone.
Jean-Ralphio is always welcome. "That Ralph Macchio guy's a douche." But what a heartwarming story of how he stood outside the house of the woman he wanted to drill.
I will miss these people the most over the summer.
Well they could do 90 minutes on Dolph Schayes alone. But throw in Nancy Lieberman, Red Auerbach, Red Holtzman, Eddie Gottlieb, Art Heyman, Larry Brown, Earl Strom, David Stern and you got yourself a legit Hall of Fame.