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  • Denis
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    Did anyone here give it a shot? I did, thought it was really good, started the season very funny and got really deep and kind of dramatic(why not?, it is netflix.) by the end.

    The work by Aaron Paul, Will Arnett and Alison Brie here is outstanding.

    I advise everyone to give it a shot, very easy show to watch!

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    Macbeth
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    #332101

    Love it! Funny, dark and wonderful. Really a great show 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    I don’t know. I haven’t seen it yet, but while I do enjoy these type of animated shows, this looked… silly. Will Arnett is a horse… okay, that can be funny but I just feel that the novelty would have worn out after a few episodes. I’ve had a similar feeling to several shows that I ended up loving however, including American Dad!, one of my favourite shows ever. So I’ll check it out eventually, but it’s not a priority of mine to watch it immediately.

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    dosmax
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    I loved this. I think it takes a few episodes to get going, but when it finds it’s footing it gets really great. It’s surprisingly deep at times and always funny.
    I think the opening sequence and the theme music are outstanding. I don’t know if an animated show can get in those categories at the Emmys, but this should. It was written by the drummer from the Black Keys. Not that that’s important, but it is pretty cool.

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    Denis
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    ye Tyler, if you like American Dad, you gonna love them background jokes here, and even Seth MaCFarlanes’s penguin publishing youtube comedy joke is included here , by the way, did anyone else noticed the Orange is the New Black animated version at the season finale? hahha

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    WaltEagle
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    After a slog of a first two or three episodes, it’s pretty excellent.

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    probablyROB
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    “Downer Ending” is my pick for episode of the year.  I find it hard to believe this won’t end up in my top 5 this year either.  This was ambitious and really well executed from every aspect in terms of storytelling.  Best new show of the year!  Better characterization than most live action dramas.

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    Denis
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    Well, I still think Rick and Morty was much better and very under appreciated and “Rixty Minutes” is the best writing this year on any tv show, people that liked Bojack really should give it a shot.   But ye Downer Ending was a fantastic episode and the shows best.

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