Posted Aug 6, 2011 @ 10:10 PM
Grimes' embarrassingly inappropriate monologues, punctuated by "Holy crap, why am I still talking?!"
Mark's (and his clone's) genetic inability to swear
Twayne and Randall's organ harvest smorgasbord, and (last but not least):
The fact that the rats were crawling over Mark's body throughout the entire scene with Mark, Grimes and the clone. That's what I call commitment to disturbing imagery by the writers and the animators. Most series would have ditched the rats after five seconds.
Way to go guys!
Posted Aug 11, 2011 @ 10:00 PM
"Doug wants to stab things." I love him more and more with each episode. Speaking of love, Leonard continues to be awesome.
Yes, Grimes had the wife that ran off with that vampire, and has 14 sisters for the Bella Swan parody. One of them's named Moon Unit! Another named Apple! Love how getting kicked out of Earth, Wind & Fire lead Grimes to turn Justin Bieber and his family into the Partridge Family.
Posted Aug 17, 2011 @ 10:15 PM
The plight of Mark's engorged soul was mildly amusing, but for the most part, I started wondering about the aftermath of Mark's slick financial maneuver/night of debauchery: when Callie finds out about his ingenious plan, will she be turned on by his deviousness, or insulted that she wasn't invited along for the ride?
Posted Aug 18, 2011 @ 10:01 PM
Demon scheme of the week? The cruise around NYC is a zombie conversion scheme, with Leonard (always great) and Randall helping out. Randall wearing a Price is Right nametag was just...priceless. Then we got the whole Randall Turns into a Plant story, which was great. Knew an ET reference was coming as soon as we saw the "magic bike."
Also priceless: Leonard as Vince in his Powers Paste ad. "WHO'S READY TO GET PREGNANT?!" And he was able to become a billionaire and pawn the "miracle formula has short-term effects" trope onto Twayne & Callie. Awesome. But I figured that he was able to spend all $1 billion before the episode finished, or he got sued.
...I think I saw Toby The Fishguy in a dress at one point in front of Mark's apartment. I also like how the "See You In Hell" message burned on Mark's wall is still there.
Posted Aug 21, 2011 @ 1:42 AM
Something I've noticed, ever since the episode where Callie was nice, is that Doug seems to hate Mark now. He shot daggers at him when he sat down in the theater next to him. Poor Doug.
Posted Aug 22, 2011 @ 7:25 PM
In the episode where Grimes takes off to rewrite the ending of his favorite show -- loved the ending with Doug in the bathroom ala "Boogie Nights".
And speaking of references... in the following episode with Mark becoming Lady Beatrice's fiancee. Was he wearing Seinfeld's puffy/pirate shirt or am I misremembering?
Posted Aug 25, 2011 @ 10:00 PM
Randall was participating in a dog show? Somehow I find that hilarious. Also hilarious: Mark's "Man Club" being like a secret society, with blazers and pledges and everything. And Callie having a "Girl's Club," and that Twayne is a member of both clubs.
The Grimes Bot? Freaking awesome.
Posted Aug 26, 2011 @ 1:29 PM
Posted Sep 1, 2011 @ 10:01 PM
Toby has the memory of a fish. Somehow I'm not surprised by that. He's quickly becoming my favorite of Mark's clients. Doug's up there, too. Love how he was growling at that dog at the end of the episode.
Twayne continues to become lamer and lamer with each passing week. This time he loves Oprah and wants a Pontiac Aztek. And dances while wearing a thong and a ballgag.
Randall was excited to finally be on TV? But he was on that reality show back in season one. I guess he wanted to be on a show that he could show to his parents.
Really sad that tonight was the season finale, but I know that Season 3 is in the works! Can't wait!
Posted Sep 2, 2011 @ 12:39 PM
It's interesting how quickly people in this world can get enormous sensual portraits made.
Edited by JessicaLovejoy, Sep 2, 2011 @ 2:38 PM.
Posted Mar 14, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
There's...a literal Dickhead creature. And he's a cyclops. And he wants a cellmate.
I liked that the villain this week was a literal Fire Ant, and then everyone went full-on Fantastic Voyage inside Twayne. Even though the joke is old by now, I will never not laugh whenever someone decks out the Sunglasses of Justice™.
Heh, Stripper Prison.
Next Week: Football! With steroids!
Posted Mar 15, 2012 @ 2:09 AM
It wasn't as funny as it could've been, though. It's becoming harder and harder to believe that Twayne is actually a demon. The Fantastic Voyage homage was cute, but the best thing about this episode was the stomach bacteria culture and Grimes's relationship with Princess Chlamydia.
Also, Mark Lilly's "Bacteria Name": Lesbian Hair. I wish I didn't find that funny, but I did! :P
I have no idea why Emily/Portia went to jail at the end. just because she swiped Twayne's wallet?
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Posted Apr 5, 2012 @ 9:58 PM
I really liked how the Atlanteans were literal Sea Monkeys.
Posted Apr 11, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
I figured Carl wasn't a zombie when he bled actual blood and felt pain when his arm got cut off. And that he slept.
Three odd things in this: Pre-zombie Randall, Mark's ultimate John Cusack collection, and the lack of Leonard.
Next week: Bat Boy! Joy!
Posted Apr 16, 2012 @ 9:04 AM
I would recommend Mark watch Identity. And to be extra cruel I would tell him Cusack gets a happy ending in that movie. And then lather rinse repeat with The Grifters. Heeheehee.
I wonder what he thinks of Gross Pointe Blank. It could be lumped into the romantic comedy genre. But is it too violent for Mark Lily?
The Chinese characters for the zombie spa was off by one character, so it actually said "Vampire Spa" instead. And weirdly, the sign next to the door said "printing" at the top and "happy endings" at the bottom.
You'd think the faux-zombie would have been discovered when he was taken to the hospital and later when he was taken to the zombie spa.
Posted Apr 18, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
Posted Apr 25, 2012 @ 10:02 PM
Of all days for Mark not to fall for anyone's pranks, the Patient of the weak is so dangerous, he's the reason Eric The Robot is a robot. Until it actually WAS a prank.
That was Ken Gemberling (from Fat Guy Stuck in Internet & Robotomy) as Barney for those who were wondering.
Posted Apr 27, 2012 @ 11:16 AM
Is it wrong that, like Callie, I find pissed-off homicidal Mark really sexy?
I also kept waiting for Leonard's lottery win to be an elaborate prank on Leonard. But I guess it was real.
Other small bits I liked:
- Fish Guy's flopping to the ground like a dead fish with the dead fish eyes
- Eric shits batteries (looks like Duracells)
- The butler announces the commercial break
- Doug looked so bewildered when Grimes threw him the gun and told him to take first watch. Then he cocked that gun like a total badass.
- there's a shrunken head in Callie's stuff when she's unpacking.
At the start of the episode, a couple of inmates of the mental hospital are shown. That guy who pretended to be a zombie and tried to kill Mark was the second inmate. Who was that first guy? Anyone we've seen before?