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Sat, 03 Sep 2016 07:19:12 +0000Ok, just one more question: How can I make a Configuration File for my mod? the tutorials from other sources I have looked at are hard to understand.
Mon, 29 Aug 2016 22:39:52 +0000I am going to tell you why I think New Girl is the best comedy. I have watched New Girl since the pilot and this season it has moved up to be one of my favorite TV shows on the air. The past couple of episodes have had me laughing all the way through. Why do I like it so much? The reasons I have come up with follow… Quality Control: It Keeps Getting Better When I first saw the pilot, I wasn’t too impressed. Zooey Deschanel plays her signature role as the quirky, cute girl but multiplied by a hundred. Jess moves in with the guys and many of the early episodes deal with one of her many quirks. Her character wasn’t quite three dimensional. Why was she so weird? However as time went on, her quirks subdued, the writers introduced several relatable conflicts, and the audience really got to know the characters. The episodes recently have been fresh and enjoyable with each new episode bringing new laughs and problems. Line-O-Rama Like several new shows (such as Parks and Rec), New Girl employs the technique of line-o-rama. This is where the writers give the actors variations of jokes with room to improvise. This allows the characters’ dialogue to seem more natural with greater comedic effect. The show doesn’t feel as forced as many of the other new comedies on air now, and it definitely has more laughs. If I had to choose one show to be a part of the writing staff, this would be the one. Jake Johnson/Nick Jake Johnson is a great performer on this show. His character, Nick, is also the most interesting character on the show. He’s a law school drop out who bartends. He’s grumpy and doesn’t take care of himself, yet is fiercely loyal to his friends. In the most recent episode, he breaks into one of Jess’s student’s house, convinced that the student wants to kill Jess. Disguised as “Julius Pepperwood,” he delivers one of the funniest lines of the night, “I’m from Chicago. Thin crust pizza? No thank you. I’m from Chicago.” Nick constantly finds himself in strange situations, such as dating a stripper for instance, and it’s in these moments where the writers shine, giving him some quality comedic lines. Max Greenfield/Schmidt Another great aspect of the show is Schmidt, played by Max Greenfield. With less depth than Nick, Schmidt plays the arrogant one in the group of friends. In the first season, the “douche jar” was a constant joke, where Schmidt would have to put money in the jar for anything the others considered to be “douche-y.” Schmidt is often inappropriate, usually making many race and sex jokes. One of my favorite episodes was when Schmidt felt Winston, his African American roommate, was surrounded by too many white friends. Schmidt feels Winston needs to “get back to his roots” and Winston tricks him into going out to buy crack, a past time he misses. Schmidt hesitantly agrees and hilarity ensues. Character Dynamic As you can see, the greatest thing going for New Girl is its characters. All of the characters interesting in their own way, but what really makes the show work is the dynamic between them. They are all very natural with each other, bouncing off each other for the greatest comedic effect. Also, all of the characters are fairly likable which is very important to me. There isn’t a character I wish would just go away or that brings nothing to the dynamic. Another staple of the show is the will-they-won’t-they pairing of Jess and Nick. There is an attraction between the two that adds a certain depth to the show and allows for several plot lines in the future. The show was cast very well so that there is a chemistry between them. Some say that this is the first show to come close to the dynamic on Friends. Every week I look forward to watching New Girl, ready for the moments where the shows moves me to a fit of ugly, genuine laughter. I look back on the past two seasons with fondness and look forward to what the show has in store for the future.
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 16:02:20 +0000I too would like to be able to join and participate in xbox live without being FORCED to provide credit card info all so my 9 year old can play free games. Microsoft - dont push your legal issues off on your customers. I want to verify that you are a legitimate corporation so you need to provide me with your routing numbers, lockbox info and so on. I won't charge you of course. Give me a break!
Wed, 06 Jul 2016 08:28:11 +0000I hate this show! I tried so many times to watch it... Still nothing and I hate when I see it on Fox Life.
Mon, 07 Mar 2016 22:03:16 +0000This is the worst show ever.
Tue, 24 Nov 2015 16:38:39 +0000I work at VONS, they suck They are open till 9pm this thanksgiving and rather than giving split shifts so everyone can spend time with families, they are giving 8 hr shifts. Yes we are the Dogs for those board members...i hate you all that shop on thanksgiving and expect a smile from me, bullshit
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 04:37:38 +0000nailed it ! the character of jess is so unrealistic. I almost puke everytime she has screentime which is ALOT. I only watch it cause i dont have much to watch right now
Sun, 28 Dec 2014 04:49:32 +0000I wanna thank you so much for this post. I just saw the movie for the first time. And I had to know what headphones and sunglasses Eli had. And here I am. Now to find that knife/sword!! Thanks again.
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 09:47:18 +0000Much like the equally awful "Broad City", this show is trying to be quirky just for the sake of being quirky. Hence it's appeal to people who try to be quirky...just for the sake of being quirky. There is no organic humor or charm, it is just forced awkwardness. There is a big difference between acting and posing....this show features the latter.
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 22:52:21 +0000Thank good I'm not the only one who thinks that this show is amazingly terrible. You really have to be a bit retarded to think, that this is a good show.