I liked the following things: The mug drama, the return of the Prince of Parties, the explanation of the plot to "Pretty Woman", every second Mel was onscreen, the descriptions of facial expressions in the dark, Bret on the job again, the reappearance of the police lady from "Mugged", and the Nigerian internet not-a-scam-after-all.
I disliked the following things: The cliched "power goes out" punchline, Bret's truly creepy attempt at whoring himself out, and hearing the word "prostitute" 361 times in 30 minutes. It's not one of those words that gets funnier the more you hear it.
I lost it when Murray said "You'd have to be deaf to hear that!", referring to Bret's non-existent guitar. That's my nomination for FOTC Quote of the Year.
The two songs that were in the show were okay - they integrated with the story nicely but I wonder how they'll fare separately.
Bad Atom wrote:...and the Nigerian internet not-a-scam-after-all.
Faith wrote:One of my favorite parts:
"It's dark, Bret."
"Yeah, I know."
"What expression is on your face?"
"Umm. Guilty expression. What expression is on your face?"
"Sad because we don't have any electricity, but satisfied because I was right about the cup."
"That's a weird expression."
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