Andy took a couple of weeks off but he came back with a vengeance. I loved the line "He couldn't find a place on the surface of the Earth to live in so he decided to live below it."
I also liked taking off your thinking caps and putting on your doing caps. Tom: "I have two in my wallet. That's what I call condoms."
Mark: "Are you willing to break the rules?" Leslie: "I won't murder."
I really like Leslie now. She's come so far from being a female Michael Scott clone. Even at the start of the season, she was still iffy but she quickly evolved in a very likeable lead character in the last few episodes.
Big leap forward in the main storyline of the series that they got the pit filled in. I wonder if the park will actually be completed by the end of the season?
That Jerry guy does the best moping/"why pick on me" face, so I laugh a lot when they bag on him. I did like the stand-alone episodes that didn't involve the pit, but I also dig that they moved the main story ahead.
And yes, seeing Paul Scheer in any capacity is a great thing. He was gold here as usual.
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
I didn't hate this. But I didn't love it either. As premises go, I guess you could do worse for a show about fairy tales: a curse from the Evil Queen that imprisons everyone from the fairy tale world in the (much worse) real world and freezes time.