That being said, this is still one of the best of the season. Little Mackey is probably my favorite thing ever, with him watching Zoom, and singing the Lightbright song. And Butterfly Randy was gold. Heh heh butterfly poon.
Just thought this one was just wasted potential.
"I have only two modes, at war with something, or having sex with it. There is no middle ground"
They finally showed that the emperor, Inception, had no clothes.
A pretentious, overly-complicated, nonsensical movie. Many of Inception's fans felt intimidated by the complexity, walking out of the theater claiming how much they liked it - saying, "I'm going to see it again!"
Dicaprio's line was my favorite part, "You just don't understand because you're not smart enough." Exactly. That movie was a plot clusterfuck. Great job, guys!
Last week's episode was also funny, but in my opinion, this one is now the best of the season so far. I guess I've just learned not to expect Matt and Trey to sh*t out gold every single time they make a new episode, because I genuinely love the show and don't really care how bad the episode is.
triplemultiplex wrote:Space: 1989 = 2001: A Space Odessy?
Not quite. There was a show called "Space: 1999," and that was the spoof.
I had quite the laugh at some of the '70s stuff. The Fall Rally signs in the halls designed with the old cloud logo from "The Electric Company," Mackey singing the "ZOOM" Zip Code...Definitely from the Generation X set!
And as he might tell you, "being an X-er is good, m'kay."
But the part that really got me laughing was...Matt Hasselbeck? In Seahawk garb, no less! I'm surprised they didn't give him much to do in the dream sequences.
I had never seen the original movie, so I may have been stumped on a couple of things, but overall, it wasn't bad. 7/10.
The entire beet box thing was annoying.
Wow, and Stan really is a horder if he was saving that sandwitch! gross. The 'hording' sheep thing was funny, but I felt like it was overplayed.
Personally, I felt like Jersey Shore was better. Idk. I would have to see it again.
Krueger: "Like how you needed me to kill all those teenagers to stop the Communists?!?"
mo303564 wrote:Personally, I felt like Jersey Shore was better.
I can dig the whole hoarding metaphor, because the movie itself was one colossal mess, like pile upon pile of muff cabbage. And so was this episode. Unfortunately.
(No, Woodsy, please! Don't kill me for saying that. I'll give a hoot!)
And the people who are hating on "Poor and Stupid" and "It's A Jersey Thing", dude, those are WAY funnier than "Crippled Summer" (worst of the season, no doubt)
I know I was kinda out of it for thinking this would be an episode that didn't make too many references to something related to pop culture, but I just can't stand it anymore. Why can't we have episodes about the kids being kids? I'm sick of these annoying adult characters and repetitive irrelevant humor. I would have enjoyed this so much if it actually focused on Stan's hoarding instead of some f'ed up 'dream world'. I've never even seen the movie 'Inception', either.
Definitely better than Sexual Healing or Crippled Summer though, which are really the only two episodes I hate this season (Well, I dont hate CS, just dislike. Sexual Healing wasn't funny).
The dramatic sound effects guy got a little repetitive towards the end but mackey's reason for hoarding was because of being fondled by a giant owl mascot wtf. all in all decent episode.
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