F&G is just such a well balanced show. perfect mix of comedy, nostalgia, touching moments.
the episode where Neil is riding his bike around with the garage door opener looking for his dad is heartbreaking.
Yea, that was a great episode. Dead Dogs and Gym Teachers has that same sort of heartbreaking vibe to it. Each episode is a gem in its own way.
I dunno if you've seen Undeclared, but I sort of describe it as methadone for Freaks and Geeks junkies. It wasn't nearly as good, but it was a decent respite from the loss of F+G. Lots of the same actors, same writers, and directors. Plus, it aired when I was a freshman in college so it was extra nostalgic for me.
I watched the first episode of 'The Following' which stars Kevin Bacon. It airs on Fox, Monday evenings. It was pretty decent... I went in with very low expectations and came out after the first episode with some real interest to see how they keep this show moving forward. Did anyone else see it? What did you think?
So any of you watching 'The Following' yet? Am I the only regular on here watching it? You guys are missing a pretty good show... It kind of reminds me of the movie Seven for some reason?
The music/score is awesome. Especially when they sneak in songs from epic bands like Massive Attack:
Or the Deftones...
If you like the spy genre, check out The Americans. I finished House of Cards and it is awesome, especially if you like political dramas. If The Following is using such great music, Mezzanine is one of my all time favorite albums, I'll try a couple of episodes, as soon as I catch up with Justified.