Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Anthony_, Apr 21, 2018.
I just came
I JUST noticed the bit of dribble. LMAO
That looks fantastic
The best news ever and it's only like 2 weeks away
He should have been on SNL longer but I’m glad he wasn’t because Detroiters is perfect and this looks great.
yes it is
Is it streaming anywhere? Haven't seen it since it ended
@irthesteve is supposed to be working on a DVD release
This show brings me so much joy. Tim Robinson has a special talent where anytime he makes me laugh I immediately want to watch it again and know I’ll laugh even more the second, third, or tenth time. And Sam Richardson is just the best, what a lovable, talented, funny, and charming guy. The episode with Conner O’Malley was perfect and seeing him and Tim go 100% nuts back and forth trying to one-up the absurdity is better than any sport. I’m guessing this all’s been touched on but I didn’t wanna fully read through the thread in case there’s some spoiler (is it a Mad Men sequel?????)
When is this getting picked up by a streaming service? Ffs.
i have not belly laughed so hard at any television show in my entire life.
i am so mad at how long i waited to watch this.
Where are you watching it?
CBS All Access has it
The same four or five episodes usually play on Pluto TV. Still, I always watch them. Comedy Central should be ashamed for not renewing it and basically turning into "The Office" channel.
now go check out I Think You Should Leave on Netflix!
I need to find a way to rewatch it. It’s so fucking funny.
have ran through that multiple times. feels like I should be in jail for the waiting so long on Detroiters
Got Paramount+ to rewatch this. Just incredible. Bicken Bones makes me laugh so fuckin hard
The scene where Sam cycling all day on that party bike, and then the guy is holding the elevator for him. Lol
“I SAID DONT HOLD THE FUCKING DOOR!”
Mort Crim being a real broadcaster makes me laugh even harder.
My favorite Mort Crim bit was something like "Good news at the Red Wings game tonight, as dozens of bodies were recovered from the ice"