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Posted by: PKCardinal, March 25th, 2020, 4:16pm
Anybody watching this?

It's pretty bizarre. Very gutsy.

Jason Segel is awesome. (I'd love to cast him as Stanley in my BAD FISH pilot.)

I bounce between "This is amazing." and "What the hell?", but I have mad respect for the creative courage shown in creating the project.
Posted by: Warren, March 25th, 2020, 5:28pm; Reply: 1
Looks interesting, I'm going to check it out.
Posted by: PKCardinal, March 25th, 2020, 6:00pm; Reply: 2

Quoted from Warren
Looks interesting, I'm going to check it out.


I'll be very curious to get your thoughts.
Posted by: PKCardinal, May 7th, 2020, 3:35pm; Reply: 3
Finally finished this last week. Loved it. One of my all time faves. Which was very unexpected.

The final two episodes felt like they were tacked on (in a good way)... like the first 8 episodes were based on the original material, and the final 2 episodes were Jason Segel's take on the whole thing, his way of personalizing the story. Very cool.

The last episode, especially, is very interesting for screenwriters.

There's a shot of him sitting in a little tent, waiting for feedback... captured the entire screenwriting experience in one single shot. Guarantee you'll know exactly what I mean when you see it.

I want to write something like this. Something that really makes someone think. Also REALLY makes me want to work with Jason Segel.

There were multiple lines that made me bust a gut. That's rare for me. "He coagulated on the way over here." Classic. The vampire puppet musical line was hilarious, and likely based in truth, which makes it even better.
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