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Frank_M is offline Old Post 06-22-2004 01:33 AM
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If Arthur had sent it, he'd have found a way to put his name on it.

I think it's from a member of George's estranged family.

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It almost certainly had to be hand-delivered. That stuff wouldn't have survived "in formation" without a lot of care being taken en route.

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quote:
Originally posted by cheerdude
Probably should of asked this in the season opener thread...

I watched Season 1 and loved it... Started to watch Season 2 and just didn't get into it as much and stopped.

With this season (it is #3, right) - can I start with the season opener and basically "catch up" with whats going on.... or do I need some sort of synopsis on what occured during the previous season?

Jeff



This is season 4.

If you've missed most of season 2 and all of season 3 I think you've missed too much. At least in my opinion.

As dswallow pointed out, the first episode did recap a lot of stuff but you're talking about missing 13-20 episodes. But that's a lot of episodes to recap in 2-3 minutes.

I personally found season 1 and 2 much better and different than season 3. 1 and 2 seemed more structured as every episode dealt with 1 single death at the Funeral Home and told it's story based on that.

Season 3 tended to get a lot more soap-opery.

Season 2 comes out on DVD the first week of July.

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quote:
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This is season 4.

By my measure I think of this as season 2 1/2. These piddly 13-episode seasons are very unfulfilling.

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quote:
Originally posted by dswallow
These piddly 13-episode seasons are very unfulfilling.


Not nearly as unfulfilling as the 13 episode seasons of The Sopranos where 10 of the episodes are filler.

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quote:
Originally posted by ClutchBrake
To me having it come from Arthur might seem too obvious in the SFU universe. I hope it is from Arthur, as it is perfect that way, but it wouldn't surprise me if it leads somewhere else.

Now if it had come in a yogurt container...




Well, I guess what we have on our hands is a .... wait for it ..... wait for it .... wait for it .... a real who-dung-it!


Goodnight Topeka, drive safely and don't forget to tip your waitstaff.

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Well, I guess what we have on our hands is a .... wait for it ..... wait for it .... wait for it .... a real who-dung-it!


Goodnight Topeka, drive safely and don't forget to tip your waitstaff.



That was definitely worth waiting for.

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Do we all agree that it was Arthur's poop in the tupperware?

Absolutely, No Doubt about it.

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quote:
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Absolutely, No Doubt about it.


What does Gwen Stefani have to do with this? Is Keith protecting her?

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quote:
Originally posted by dswallow
Best opening death since the frying pan.


It turns out that the death wasn't an entirely original idea.

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I thought it was quite good. As to the heart-shaped poop? It's amazing what you can load into a pastry bag for those interesting decorating chores! Definately Arthur.

Was Anyone else screaming "Shut Up, Nate!" at the television. I'm also waiting to see how long it takes for Rico to totally screw up his marriage....

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I'm also waiting to see how long it takes for Rico to totally screw up his marriage....
After what he endured with his wife's sister, and what we endured with both his wife and her sister on the show, I'd be more than happy to see Rico's marriage end and for his wife (and her sister) to disappear from the series.

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Sorry, I just watched this last night.

I was surprised nobody mentioned the new lesbian/bi American Beauty to the cast. She always makes me think of roses.

The guys poem was classic.

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quote:
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I was surprised nobody mentioned the new lesbian/bi American Beauty to the cast. She always makes me think of roses.


Mena Suvari, the actress to whom you refer, is definitely a hottie boombalottie. I'm anxiously hoping to see her seduce Claire over and over and over (I feel like I've earned it after sitting through all the intimate scenes between Keith and David.)

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quote:
Originally posted by ClutchBrake
I liked last night's episode. I couldn't believe how many times I found myself laughing.

I'll say this though, if I had to be around people like Claire and her friends I'd be miserable. What depressing and annoying people.



Yeah I found the last episode entertaining.

With the first episode of this year, and most of last year, it seems, the show was becoming overly-morbid. The backdrop can be depressing enough, but the whole show just dove headfirst off the precipice.. I was glad to get a laugh in several places of the show, as this is partly why I enjoyed the show to begin with.

Nothing wrong with the turn it took, I am just glad to see things easing up a bit.

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quote:
Originally posted by bullitt
Absolutely, No Doubt about it.


Pretty sure it's Arthur's sh$$. During the yogurt scene, he was eating out of a Tupperware container that looked exactly the same as the one the poop arrived in. BTW, it was a Tupperware Stuffables container (w/expanding lid)

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Pretty sure it's Arthur's sh$$.


I'm just as sure it's not. I think there's plenty of skeletons in George's closet.

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