This looks great!
Edited by MrSaxon - 9/19/16 at 3:48pm
Starts July 17th!
I can't wait to see him as the captain of the good ship Covenant in Prometheus 2.
Ridley: "Now Danny, I know I said I hired you because I was a big fan of your usual schtick...but forget all that. You need to drop the Southern accent. You're a working class boy from Manchester. Also, I hope you don't mind 9 hours in the makeup chair every morning, because I've decided you're an old man, too."
Man, they found the perfect actress to play McBride's daughter - I had to do an IMDb search to check that she wasn't related to him in real life. Also; I didn't realize Shea Whigham was in this!
Did a good job at setting everything up. This could easily grow into my favorite current tv comedy.
Watched this last night and had to pause it twice so I could compose myself. First when McBride interrupts the song to yell at the two laughing kids and then when he chucked his laptop bag at Ray. "Dammit Ray, you broke my computer!"
It was so focused on laying the groundwork that it took a while for it to click with me. By the end, I was fully on board (that retirement assembly . . . oh man), but I didn't get an immediate charge like I did with EB&D. Maybe it's easier for me to believe a McBride-esque character as a washed-up minor league baseball player than someone who'd willingly choose to educate kids.
Hard to believe Goggins could play a character more sinister than both Shane Vandrell and Boyd Crowder. Yet after that scene in his kitchen we may be at that point.
Also, "Please choose to be dignified."
I can vouch for Bojangles biscuits. Hot damn.
He was closer to his Hateful Eight character, only more psychotic.
LOVED the second episode. I was wanting more Goggins, and by God I got it. He was incredible.
I watched the first 2 episodes, really funny so far.
The techno song that played while they smashed up the house was on the Wipeout HD Fury sountrack on PS3. I tensed up and my hand muscles involuntarily started twitching as soon as I heard it.
It excites me how little of a grip I have on this show's tone. It feels capable of making an insane turn at a moment's notice.
I'm a massive McBride fan and only barely acquainted with Goggins but, yeah, I've got to admit that he's turning into this show's MVP. I kind of love the way he saunters into and out of every scene.
The biggest laugh of the show so far was McBride calling him a "sassy motherfucker" in the premiere.