Jenna trying to remember turtles made me laugh more than anything that's ever been on this show, no hyperb (slang for hyperbole I'm trying to get started 'cause I'm hip).
The Jim Carrey stuff was soooo so brilliant. This was a really great one.
It's episodes like this that really disprove the whole "omg new 30 Rock sucks so hard and every episode of old 30 Rock was a work of staggering genius" idea that all the cool kids love to rant about. I hope Leap Year William becomes bigger than Festivus.
are you seriously telling people what opinion to have and say. who's cool now
Thanks for that.
So good! Creating a Leap Day-based holiday out of whole cloth, complete with terrible Jim Carrey movie and Santa-like figure who is gradually revealed to be a monster: from trading candy for children's tears to the horrifying gills to "look out he's right behind you!" to, finally, that closing image, the awful dropping of the curtain, the making manifest of all that was hidden. In 22 minutes!
shades of bbc's jekyll?
This was easily, I think you'll agree, the best episode of the season. It really reaffirmed the greatness of the show for me. I was beginning to worry a little bit. But not really.
Definitely the best episode of the season. In addition to the stuff that's been mentioned, I loved the living Ewok, Jenna's take on the "stretch and put your arm around someone" move, Jim Carrey gleefully screaming in a random baby's face, and every single reference to Kenneth's bird situation.
Dave Williams is also the name of the lead singer of Drowning Pool, who died in 2002. Guess what day he was born?
that CANT be a coincedence. But, it probably is.
Yeah, I can't decide which would be cooler - if it's a coincidence, or if that was on purpose.
I hope that Jesse Thorn is reading this and can comment on how stylishly Jack MacBrayer was dressed throughout this episode (and, for that matter, Stanley Tucci. I wanted his outfit so bad.).
Lutz stacking the papers while being questioned...biggest laugh of the episode for me.