I remember that, that was a really long time ago, I think that was on The Daily Show when he was promoting "Shroud of the Thwacker"
OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OHHHHHH MMMMYYYY GOOOODDDDDD FINALLY. I am so psyched about this, you guys. They've had the whole shebang ready to go a few years now, according to a few interviews with Elliott. Thank god they finally got the licensing ducks in a row.
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The episodes they screened at the Cinefamily tonight were (to rip off a term from Spaced) fried gold. I was saddened Michael Gladis is no longer part of the cast, but he gets a helluva send-off.
Did anyone see the behind-the-scenes thingy they showed during last nights Delocated? Holy shit, the new season of this show looks INSANE! I can't wait.
New Nerdist Writer's Panel with the some of the creators/writers of Eagle Heart!
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Im so happy to see that Doc Shades will be a part of this season
Confession time: Even though overall I liked the show, in the first season I found some of the episodes fell more on the "strange" side than "funny" side, more often than not. I think this was partly a result of the production team not really knowing completely where they were going with the series, and they were sort of finding out what the show was going to be as they went along.
As Koman and Weinberg say in that Splitsider interview, the initial premise for the show was a lot different than what it ended up being, and I remember in the first season they led off the show not with the first produced episode, but with an episode from much later in the run (episode #7, according to epguides.com). There's nothing really wrong with this, every TV show has to find its footing and there are always bumps along the way in getting there.
Having said this, however, this episode was great. It was entirely what I would expect a show starring Chris Elliott and produced by Conan O'Brien to be. Jason Woliner did such a great job of writing this episode, it melded elements of Elliott's previous work with a touch of "Human Giant" silliness and there was just funny moment after funny moment crammed into 15 minutes. Everyone involved was just firing on all cylinders. If this is what the second series is going to be like, I can't wait to see the rest of the episodes. So great job Jason, and everyone else who might be reading this!
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