Been watching Frasier at work....because I pretty much have nothing else to do.
It holds up well. I'd forgotten how much of a British farce the show sometimes turns into.
Only three more seasons to go!
Did you figure out what to do with those tossed salads and scrambled eggs?*Dyuuuu*
....they're calling again.doo doo doo
Added just a bit (because I kept hearing it in my head otherwise!!!)http://laughingsquid.com/the-story-behind-frasiers-tossed-salad-and-scrambled-eggs/
And a URL to explain some of the "huh-what?" about the lyrics.Legend of Korra
! ...Sans Korra!!
= Yeah there was like no Korra this week. I honestly think the girl gets way too much hate most of the time. Anyways. ....Oh, Asami was completely gone too.
= So was Toph.... such a shame. But alas, the present is more important. But also, who made the metal city? Toph was busy with police work a while quite some time, but she seems quite revered there anyways. Bah, whatever.
= I don't really know where this season is going... Despite Season 2's flaws, it was much more "epic" in scope and scale in terms of where it was all heading down (and I'd argue probably a better end-note to leave off on for TLoK given its connection to the first Avatar). Right now we got the 4 evil elemental "Sailor Scouts" getting around the country....aaand...? Nevertheless, I *do* think its good whenever the show has the opportunity to flesh out its other cast members, The Last Airbender managed some of its best
episodes this way too.
= Needless to say, the fight between Su and Lin was epic. Then again, this show has *never* had a problem with some truly awesome looking kung fu. Opal is also, like, the sweetest thing on the planet.
= I also love that this show isn't afraid to create, daresay, less perfect-looking characters. There's no doubt that TLA and TLoK take a lot of anime inspiration, but doesn't fall into the extreme aspects of *always* making it about looking pretty like this bullshit does
. If a character is old, then they'll show it (with the exception that a lot of these character do stay fit....cuz martial arts). Bumi is a great example of this because he has just some gut but still stays fit in other areas. Hell, both of the female villains are far from beautiful; one has missing limbs and cheek bones that could cut through glass and the other shaves her head on either side. Korra herself is hardly petite but actually quite bulky and muscular. And as usual, the animation has been top notch to keep things looking 'pretty' in other ways.
= On that, it's quite a star-studded cast that comes in to record these days, isn't it? I don't know what (to be fair) B-list celeb hasn't had a voice credit on either Korra or even TLA.
= OMG. Bosco!! Did the show really just suggest what I think it suggested?!?!?
Also, has Mako done anything this season except glare at that boy? I guess they don't really know what to do with Asami these days. We should get more tension between her and Varrick.
I don't know where it's going either. I'm enjoying it though, it feels like the first season of Aang. Just moseying along, seein the sights, getting to know our characters.
Didn't Suyin and her husband build the Metal City? I thought he designed it at least. Toff did come from a very wealthy family, even before she became world famous as the first metal bender. I think she could get the money for it.
RE the bear. I KNOW RIGHT? WTF, that got dark.
PS. Opal is evil. I have nothing to back this up, other than her eyes creep me out.