Musicals are by gay people and for gay people, but I enjoyed this for the most part.
The only musicals I'll admit I like are this, and that one episode of Futurama where Fry steals the robot devil's hands.
I'm a musical loving faggot. Doesn't change the utter horridness of this.
TeflonDoc, you and I did a man's job on I Fought the Law week, sir. You have reason to be proud.
Hence, 5 stars on this, though it's worthy of them anyway, and 5 more for your next submission.
Indeed, it was a job that needed to be done. I owe you a beer.
First two episodes were all right, but god, that ending fucking BLEW.
I disagree. For once, Joss Whedon used his powers of wangst for good instead of evil.
Now an entire series about Bad Horse, THAT I could comfortably five-star.
Are you kidding? Are you saying that because the ending was sad(ish), or because you can't comprehend what makes it good? A show about Bad Horse would be just like any other cookiecutter supervillain flick.
His letters are pretty fucking awesome though, I'll give you that.
Sorry, I realize that was a bit hostile, I think it was anger carried over from reading DMKA's comment.
I was hoping for something witty and clever about the inevitability of death in general, instead I saw...... something?
There is nothing more metal than the notion of Angels and Birds singing 'You're gonna die!'
That is the single most metal concept ever made manifest.
If I had a million stars for this line-up and the awesome work everyone involved did, I could better show my feelings, but alas...
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