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  • Atypical
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    Looks terrible.

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    Riley
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    Have there been less convincing high schoolers on television in the twenty-first century?

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    Wait, these are supposed to be high schoolers? Literally had no idea from the trailer.

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    Have there been less convincing high schoolers on television in the twenty-first century?

    The Glee cast were close to their 30’s than their high school years.

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    This is my new fav gif

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    vinny
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    That may have been the most over the top piece of crap I’ve ever seen.

    So basically you:
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    Honestly, seems like you attack anything that you feel is a threat to “The Good Place” (EX: Barry, this show which hasn’t even premiered yet, marvelous mrs maisel, Veep …..kinda sad.
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    Guest 2018
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    Hey Vinny, check the comments. Mostly negative. I’m certain you’ll take each of those posters to task, too.

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    eastwest
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    But unlike the other negative comments, WE SEE YOU! so don’t play dumb with your “why are you calling me out!” mess.

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    ginnala
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    Have there been less convincing high schoolers on television in the twenty-first century?

    Yes, the cast of 13 reasons why.

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    vinny
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    Hey Vinny, check the comments. Mostly negative. I’m certain you’ll take each of those posters to task, too.

    . Wasn’t going to reply to this but honestly you always do this. “This show looks bad/is undeserving/ my show got snubbed gor this?/this gets Attention but the good place doesn’t?!” Then proceed to attack the show. Someone calls you out and then you play it like a victim of sorts when you are a victim of your own making. And now it’s a show that hasn’t even aired yet. So yes I called you out on it and your weird quest to hate anything you view as a threat to your fav show. It’s called giving a show a chance before you judge it. Give it a try….you have nothing to lose. Plus if you end up liking it even better. But to recap: we caught on to you lol and don’t get me wrong i appreciate you stannig ur show. I love certain shows too as does a lot of people on GD but you don’t see us attacking other shows like you do in order to Start something with people and I guess somehow get some comforting effect out of it. On the flip side, I have watched shows and movies that I haven’t liked but I just go “ok not for me” and that’s it….try that approach. It’s much more relaxing I’d guess for you :).

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    I’m obviously not the first person to say this, but Guest 2018 needs to stop panning shows that they’ve never seen.

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    Guest 2018
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    I saw the trailer just like all of you did. So I did ‘see a preview of it’. And it was awful.

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    From Vox:

    Like Glee, the tone of The Politician is all over the place. But also like Glee, there are moments of stark, surprising sincerity that cut through the noise.

    We’ve only seen the first three episodes (out of 10 in season one), but, again, the tone is all over the place. For every moment that works, there’s one that really, really doesn’t, and The Politician’s idea of political commentary is probably best summed up by its opening credits, which suggest the central character is a literal empty suit. If that’s all the show has to say about American politics … well, we’ve heard that before.

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    This show will be trashed by critics, but I won’t care at all. It’ll be an entertaining mess, and i can’t wait!

    Emmy voters must bend the knee to Lena Headey & Emilia Clarke for "Game of Thrones." It's their last chance to award them. Make it happen.

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