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Date: 07.22.2016
My roommate is the WORST. He's a total control freak who complains about everything. Recently he's started leaving me these passive agressive notes that are so annoying I had to share them.? Some are just super condescending ? Some are over complaints so small, I don't know why he even cares.? Some are blaming me for shit I didn't even do!? I wasn't even home that night. What a dick.? It's not like he's so perfect. He runs the AC so high that the apartment is ice cold, he breaks dishes and just leaves them there, and ?sometimes he just wails really loudly for no reason. But do I complain? No! ?And yet I still have to deal with notes like this... And this... Part of me thinks I should just move, but I don't want to give him the satisfaction. One of us is gonna have to blink first, and it's not gonna be me.? That last one isn't even English, but I'm sure it was dickish.? Thankfully, I haven't seen him around the apartment in a while, so things have been pretty calm. That said, I don't know how much longer I can live like this. Roommates, amiright?? read more
 
Date: 07.23.2016
1. Jim just...abandons Karen in NYC to ask out Pam? The ongoing will-they-won't-they flirtation of Jim and Pam is handled incredibly well for the first few seasons - they're compelling and obviously belong together and that kind of office crush scenario is really rarely shown in any kind of TV show as well as it is in The Office. But then something comes along to crash the whole thing: Karen Filipelli. And here's the real problem - Karen's great. While Pam and Jim had obvious chemistry, Pam chose to stay with Roy and not pursue Jim over and over again. When Jim took a leap and kissed her, she told him she couldn't do this. Jim took a risk, and she rebuffed him - which is fair, since she was engaged at the time and the relationship already had a huge amount of baggage. But then Karen shows up - and she is FREE of baggage. She likes Jim and she's honest and upfront with him right out the gate. She's fun and kind and smart - all the things Pam is, but without any of the weird baggage. But, obviously, Pam and Jim were always going to end up together, so the writers figured they would stop beating around the bush and get them in a relationship...but they had to throw Karen under the bus to do so. Well, almost that. Jim and Karen were in New York to interview for a position at corporate when Jim realized that it was truly Pam that he wanted to be with - and so he drives back to Scranton to ask her out! ...and abandoned his current girlfriend in New York City. While she was out getting lunch with some friends. And with no way of getting back to her home in Scranton, since Jim was her ride. So - what was supposed to be a grand romantic gesture ended up being a total dick move. Which leads to the next issue... 2. Jim and Pam suck together The relationship that started on the rockiest foundation possible (a dude abandoning his current GF in another state and leaving her stranded with no ride home) wound up being pretty boring and shitty - who would've guessed! The fun of Jim and Pam's relationship in the first three seasons was the tension - they both clearly had great chemistry together, but they could never consummate anything because obstacles kept getting in the way. It was a flirtation with real stakes and problems - and once they get together, their relationship is...well, just too nice. There is really nothing less compelling in the world of sitcoms (or, really, any form of storytelling) than a pleasant, happy couple. Successful relationships are all about compromise and building up the coupling at the expense of your individual independence. In other words - characters you like lose their edge, and become something terrible: super boring. Jim and Pam from The Office are the prime example - once they get together, they're (mostly) happy throughout the rest of the series, and as a result, both become instantly less interesting characters. They talk through their problems, they make time for one another, and both of their lives are immeasurably better - at the cost of the entertainment of the show plummeting. If only they had stayed apart and semi-miserable for all 9 seasons, everything would have been so much better (for us, not them). 3. Jim's pranks go too far Here's the thing: Dwight's a dick. He really, truly is. He's weird, pretentious, and just generally annoying. So to put him in his place, Jim's taken up the habit of pranking Dwight lots and lots - many of which are the show's best gags (Asian Jim is probably the best). But while some of the pranks are nice, harmless fun, sometimes Jim's pranks are just kinda mean-spirited. Not all of his pranks, for sure - stuff like Asian Jim and convincing him that he wa turning into a vampire are passive and depend a lot on Dwight behaving in a specific way where he's not actually embarrassed or hurt purely because of Jim's actions. But some of the pranks - like moving Dwight's desk into the bathroom, putting his belongings into the candy machine, and dressing up as Dwight are just kinda mean things to do without any provocation. Pranks are okay, but when you mess with someone's shit or just actively mock them to their faces in front of all your co-workers, that's pushing it a little far for a character who's supposed to be a sympathetic protagonist. That being said, let us never forget Asian Jim: 4. Michael is TOO mean to Toby Speaking of main characters being overly mean, there's a real problem with Michael being so unrelentingly mean towards Toby Flenderson. It's basically the Meg on Family Guy situation, where one character exists almost entirely to get dumped on nonstop - with the key difference being Family Guy is an ?absurdist cartoon where all the main characters are mean and terrible, and The Office ostensibly exists in the real world and usually asks us to feel bad for Michael and sympathize with his plight. And usually the show does a good job of portraying Michael as sort've an overgrown child - who can be mean and petty but also naive and kind. But when he's as mean as he is to Toby and never receives any comeuppance or consequences for it, it becomes less funny and more sad. When Michael's mean to Pam or Dwight or almost any other character, he gets rebuffed or realizes he's wrong or embarrassed in some way, but pretty much never with Toby. 5. Threat Level Midnight sucks (because it's too good) In an early episode of The Office, Jim and Pam discover Michael's secret screenplay - Threat Level Midnight, an action-thriller about a secret agent named Agent Michael Scarn and his pals Catherine Zeta Jones and Samuel L. Chang (aka "Dwigt"). It's a funny one-off joke that occasionally gets referenced later on - but in Michael's final season, the show actually shows the completed version of the movie Michael made over the course of several years. And here's the problem: it sucks. But not like in the way it sucks because it's poorly written or dumb or whatever - it sucks because it's WAY too well-shot and looks really professionally done. Part of the great comedy of The Office (and of any of Michael's films, aka Great Scott Productions) is how the show understands the characters and how they could realistically get anything accomplished. Stuff like "Lazy Scranton" and Michael's presentation to new CFO David Wallace are perfect - mildly shitty in terms of quality, but clear Michael tried to spend time editing them and making them look as good as his abilities would allow (aka not too much). But Threat Level Midnight just looks...great. It looks like it had a Director of Photography and professional cameras and lighting and everything. And that drains away the comedy, because it's clear that Michael Scott simply is not capable of producing something like this. 6. It makes no sense to promote Andy to manager Let's be clear: we all know Andy got promoted to Manager in season 8 (post-Steve Carell era) because he played by Ed Helms, and Ed Helms had just gotten way famous for starring in The Hangover movies (which were actually really popular, even though they feel like they came out a million years ago). The network wanted to really show off that they had a big movie star on their channel, and so Andy became manager (and weirdly into a poor man's Michael Scott, but that's almost besides the point). The weird thing is....it really didn't make any sense for Andy to become Manager. The whole nature of doing an American Idol style audition of tons of people by a committee (of Gabe, Jim, and Toby) was weird to begin with - Jim was technically the "number two" guy in The Office and should have been promoted straight away without question. And if he were to turn down that offer, it should definitely go to Dwight (who had seniority and was the best salesman in the company for multiple years running - the same reason Michael had been promoted to Manager). And yet they go with James Spader (aka Robert California) - an outsider who gave a real weird interview, who somehow becomes CEO on the first day and appoints Andy as Manager because he's "uncomplicated" and an "underdog" who people flocked to (neither of which were ever really true - he's got severe anger issues and deep-seated insecurities and no one really ever liked him or rallied behind him except Erin). 7. Pam becomes the saddest character on the show Everyone finds a good deal of personal and professional fulfillment in the show - Michael gets the family he's always wanted, Dwight gets to be manager and married to Angela, Jim marries Pam and gets a job he actually WANTS to try at, and Pam....well, Pam gets Jim. Of the characters on the show, Pam is really the only one who is ever shown to have a real passion for art. She loves drawing and sketching and design - and even if she may not be the best at it (Oscar and Gil give a pretty brutal assessment of her work as "hotel art"), it's something she loves to do. But...nothing ever comes of it, and she just ends up giving it up. And that's somewhat true to life - our hobbies and passions are usually overrun by obligations to work and family and life in general, but this is a frickin' TV show where EVERYONE gets their dream except Pam. It starts in season 5, where Pam gives up really making a go at art school in NYC because it takes her too far away from Jim, and from there it just slips away further and further. She keeps making sacrifices of her own life for Jim's personal fulfillment (culminating in agreeing to move to Austin for Jim's dream job) after a whole season of Jim lying to Pam and ignoring her to build up his career. And it's a shame, because - in the immortal words of Roy - her art was the prettiest art of all the art. 8. SCOTTS. TOTS. The Office's bread 'n butter was always the cringe comedy of people acting in ways they should not, the reactions from normal people witnessing this awful behavior, and the stunned uncomfortable silences that surrounded Michael's blissfully ignorant inappropriateness. And while it NEARLY hit its peak with Seas… read more
 
Date: 07.22.2016
1. Jim just...abandons Karen in NYC to ask out Pam? The ongoing will-they-won't-they flirtation of Jim and Pam is handled incredibly well for the first few seasons - they're compelling and obviously belong together and that kind of office crush scenario is really rarely shown in any kind of TV show as well as it is in The Office. But then something comes along to crash the whole thing: Karen Filipelli. And here's the real problem - Karen's great. While Pam and Jim had obvious chemistry, Pam chose to stay with Roy and not pursue Jim over and over again. When Jim took a leap and kissed her, she told him she couldn't do this. Jim took a risk, and she rebuffed him - which is fair, since she was engaged at the time and the relationship already had a huge amount of baggage. But then Karen shows up - and she is FREE of baggage. She likes Jim and she's honest and upfront with him right out the gate. She's fun and kind and smart - all the things Pam is, but without any of the weird baggage. But, obviously, Pam and Jim were always going to end up together, so the writers figured they would stop beating around the bush and get them in a relationship...but they had to throw Karen under the bus to do so. Well, almost that. Jim and Karen were in New York to interview for a position at corporate when Jim realized that it was truly Pam that he wanted to be with - and so he drives back to Scranton to ask her out! ...and abandoned his current girlfriend in New York City. While she was out getting lunch with some friends. And with no way of getting back to her home in Scranton, since Jim was her ride. So - what was supposed to be a grand romantic gesture ended up being a total dick move. Which leads to the next issue... 2. Jim and Pam suck together The relationship that started on the rockiest foundation possible (a dude abandoning his current GF in another state and leaving her stranded with no ride home) wound up being pretty boring and shitty - who would've guessed! The fun of Jim and Pam's relationship in the first three seasons was the tension - they both clearly had great chemistry together, but they could never consummate anything because obstacles kept getting in the way. It was a flirtation with real stakes and problems - and once they get together, their relationship is...well, just too nice. There is really nothing less compelling in the world of sitcoms (or, really, any form of storytelling) than a pleasant, happy couple. Successful relationships are all about compromise and building up the coupling at the expense of your individual independence. In other words - characters you like lose their edge, and become something terrible: super boring. Jim and Pam from The Office are the prime example - once they get together, they're (mostly) happy throughout the rest of the series, and as a result, both become instantly less interesting characters. They talk through their problems, they make time for one another, and both of their lives are immeasurably better - at the cost of the entertainment of the show plummeting. If only they had stayed apart and semi-miserable for all 9 seasons, everything would have been so much better (for us, not them). 3. Jim's pranks go too far Here's the thing: Dwight's a dick. He really, truly is. He's weird, pretentious, and just generally annoying. So to put him in his place, Jim's taken up the habit of pranking Dwight lots and lots - many of which are the show's best gags (Asian Jim is probably the best). But while some of the pranks are nice, harmless fun, sometimes Jim's pranks are just kinda mean-spirited. Not all of his pranks, for sure - stuff like Asian Jim and convincing him that he wa turning into a vampire are passive and depend a lot on Dwight behaving in a specific way where he's not actually embarrassed or hurt purely because of Jim's actions. But some of the pranks - like moving Dwight's desk into the bathroom, putting his belongings into the candy machine, and dressing up as Dwight are just kinda mean things to do without any provocation. Pranks are okay, but when you mess with someone's shit or just actively mock them to their faces in front of all your co-workers, that's pushing it a little far for a character who's supposed to be a sympathetic protagonist. That being said, let us never forget Asian Jim: 4. Michael is TOO mean to Toby Speaking of main characters being overly mean, there's a real problem with Michael being so unrelentingly mean towards Toby Flenderson. It's basically the Meg on Family Guy situation, where one character exists almost entirely to get dumped on nonstop - with the key difference being Family Guy is an ?absurdist cartoon where all the main characters are mean and terrible, and The Office ostensibly exists in the real world and usually asks us to feel bad for Michael and sympathize with his plight. And usually the show does a good job of portraying Michael as sort've an overgrown child - who can be mean and petty but also naive and kind. But when he's as mean as he is to Toby and never receives any comeuppance or consequences for it, it becomes less funny and more sad. When Michael's mean to Pam or Dwight or almost any other character, he gets rebuffed or realizes he's wrong or embarrassed in some way, but pretty much never with Toby. 5. Threat Level Midnight sucks (because it's too good) In an early episode of The Office, Jim and Pam discover Michael's secret screenplay - Threat Level Midnight, an action-thriller about a secret agent named Agent Michael Scarn and his pals Catherine Zeta Jones and Samuel L. Chang (aka "Dwigt"). It's a funny one-off joke that occasionally gets referenced later on - but in Michael's final season, the show actually shows the completed version of the movie Michael made over the course of several years. And here's the problem: it sucks. But not like in the way it sucks because it's poorly written or dumb or whatever - it sucks because it's WAY too well-shot and looks really professionally done. Part of the great comedy of The Office (and of any of Michael's films, aka Great Scott Productions) is how the show understands the characters and how they could realistically get anything accomplished. Stuff like "Lazy Scranton" and Michael's presentation to new CFO David Wallace are perfect - mildly shitty in terms of quality, but clear Michael tried to spend time editing them and making them look as good as his abilities would allow (aka not too much). But Threat Level Midnight just looks...great. It looks like it had a Director of Photography and professional cameras and lighting and everything. And that drains away the comedy, because it's clear that Michael Scott simply is not capable of producing something like this. 6. It makes no sense to promote Andy to manager Let's be clear: we all know Andy got promoted to Manager in season 8 (post-Steve Carell era) because he played by Ed Helms, and Ed Helms had just gotten way famous for starring in The Hangover movies (which were actually really popular, even though they feel like they came out a million years ago). The network wanted to really show off that they had a big movie star on their channel, and so Andy became manager (and weirdly into a poor man's Michael Scott, but that's almost besides the point). The weird thing is....it really didn't make any sense for Andy to become Manager. The whole nature of doing an American Idol style audition of tons of people by a committee (of Gabe, Jim, and Toby) was weird to begin with - Jim was technically the "number two" guy in The Office and should have been promoted straight away without question. And if he were to turn down that offer, it should definitely go to Dwight (who had seniority and was the best salesman in the company for multiple years running - the same reason Michael had been promoted to Manager). And yet they go with James Spader (aka Robert California) - an outsider who gave a real weird interview, who somehow becomes CEO on the first day and appoints Andy as Manager because he's "uncomplicated" and an "underdog" who people flocked to (neither of which were ever really true - he's got severe anger issues and deep-seated insecurities and no one really ever liked him or rallied behind him except Erin). 7. Pam becomes the saddest character on the show Everyone finds a good deal of personal and professional fulfillment in the show - Michael gets the family he's always wanted, Dwight gets to be manager and married to Angela, Jim marries Pam and gets a job he actually WANTS to try at, and Pam....well, Pam gets Jim. Of the characters on the show, Pam is really the only one who is ever shown to have a real passion for art. She loves drawing and sketching and design - and even if she may not be the best at it (Oscar and Gil give a pretty brutal assessment of her work as "hotel art"), it's something she loves to do. But...nothing ever comes of it, and she just ends up giving it up. And that's somewhat true to life - our hobbies and passions are usually overrun by obligations to work and family and life in general, but this is a frickin' TV show where EVERYONE gets their dream except Pam. It starts in season 5, where Pam gives up really making a go at art school in NYC because it takes her too far away from Jim, and from there it just slips away further and further. She keeps making sacrifices of her own life for Jim's personal fulfillment (culminating in agreeing to move to Austin for Jim's dream job) after a whole season of Jim lying to Pam and ignoring her to build up his career. And it's a shame, because - in the immortal words of Roy - her art was the prettiest art of all the art. 8. SCOTTS. TOTS. The Office's bread 'n butter was always the cringe comedy of people acting in ways they should not, the reactions from normal people witnessing this awful behavior, and the stunned uncomfortable silences that surrounded Michael's blissfully ignorant inappropriateness. And while it NEARLY hit its peak with Seas… read more
 
Date: 07.20.2016
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Date: 07.20.2016
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Date: 07.20.2016
'Parks and Rec' started out as a newer version of 'The Office', so it's not a surprise that when we?first met Leslie Knope she was somewhat similar to Steve Carell's Michael Scott. A bit of an?airhead, screwing up everything she touches, and sometimes completely blind to what's going on in front of her. But Knope quickly formed into a whole other character - and a much better one, that held office on NBC's thursday night for 7 years. She molded into a smart, hopefully optimistic fighter of justice who became one of the most original and well remembered characters on TV. ? A lot of TV characters go through a process of dumbing-down during a show's run, but none?other than Joey Tribbiani, who started a little dumb but became so stupid it was unclear how he?can manage to stand up straight. Joey was always the one who needed a longer explanation of a joke, or didn't think his actions all the way through, but in early season he was still somewhat?perceptive. He was the first to deduce Chandler and Monica's relationship, he had great insight of his friends nature, and when given a chance - he was a quick learner, memorizing the entire one volume of Encyclopedia he could afford. But at some point Joey became dumber and dumber, until he actually thought he was speaking French or didn't know what air quotes were. ? The lovable neighbor of Homer and Marge started out as a sweet and caring christian, who was?just a bit obsessed with religion and let it define him. But he was never too crazy about it, and?actually showed ounces of humanity at times. Remember he even had his own bar in his?basement? Fast forward a few years and Flanders became a fanatic who forces his faith on anyone he meets and has no other traits. And that bar downstairs? Forget about that, since Flanders now has a strict no alcohol rule, believing it came from the devil. ? Modern Family's breakout kid was definitely Gloria's son, Manny. He was a smart, extremely?romantic and mature young boy whose plots usually revolved around him acting out romantic?comedies in real life, grand gestures and all. He would wear suits, and talk way too sophisticated for his age, especially comparing to his cousins. But as Manny grew up, he turned from a romantic charming boy to kind of...a creep. These past seasons we saw him trying to trick girls into making out with him, and simultaneously have like three different girlfriends. ? 'The Mindy Project' went through a lot of cast changes until it found its creative strides. With every season the show felt a little more formed and definitely got better. But one character stands out in these changes - Dr. Jeremy Reed. Starting out as the office hunk, Reed was a ladies-man who charmed every woman he met (including Mindy herself, who slept with him in the pilot). These days though, Jeremy is more of the office wimp, who can't find a good relationship to save his life. However, he's much much more interesting now, so this change is by all means welcomed. ? Not part of the main core of the cast, Kevin was still an important presence in the office. He was a dim witted accountant who often made mistakes, but still had his own life and talents. He had a band, and a forming relationship with a rarely seen character - Tracey. In fact, he even had a?very touching scene of bravery when Stacey left him and he decided to use his breaking moment to help the office out of a jam. But as the seasons progressed, Kevin was down-sized to a mere punching bag. Most of his appearances became just scenes of fat jokes, or smelly-feet jokes. At Jim and Pam's wedding, his plot line was literally just him losing getting his shoes thrown out by the maid because they were too stinky to clean. Also, his intelligence was lowered so much that one episode literally involved around him being mistaken for mentally handicapped. ? Another character that changed and formed for the better is little Eric Cartman. Starting out as a?brat who rips on his friends and uses people for his own gain, Cartman slowly became the most?deranged child on TV. He started developing well thought out plans to abuse people, and as early as season 5 he made a kid eat his own parents. And that was 15 years ago. Cartman continued to be less of a child and more of a racist, dangerous young man who just might be the next president of the United States. ? Like any good romantic comedy, Ted began as a hopeless romantic just looking for the right girl?to settle down with. He was kind of the "normal" one in his group, the straight man who was a bit?too enthusiastic about things others found dull. But as he grew up, he became less romantic and?more self-centered and petty. He jumped from woman to woman, sometimes calling it off due to?silly Seinfeld-like reasons, making himself a womanizing jerk. To many viewers the story shifted?from wanting him to find the mother and live happily ever after to wanting to warn the mother to?run for her life. Not to mention the series finale that revealed that he was telling this endless tale?to his kids only to "get permission" to go after aunt Robin... read more
 
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