November 9th, 2009
|09:29 pm - (And by the way, you sulky brat, the answer is to be!)|
To those of you recently (I think about two or three) who pointed me in the direction of Slings & Arrows:
Man, thank you very much.
Two episodes in and I am very much taken by it. Am very interested to see how the storylines develop from here.
...and it just keeps getting better. Rarely have I felt so SATISFIED after watching a series.
Considering the creative team included Bob Martin right before The Drowsy Chaperone, I am feeling quite confident in my impending enjoyment.
|Date:||November 10th, 2009 04:03 am (UTC)|| |
agreed with the above, each season is better than the last. I like to imagine that Paul Gross' long tenure at the Stratford Festival means that every storyline is basically true.
|Date:||November 10th, 2009 04:29 am (UTC)|| |
Hmm, I felt that the show started out fantastic, but got weaker each season. Tastes vary, I suppose.
|Date:||November 10th, 2009 04:56 am (UTC)|| |
i'm just about to start it! i know two lovely slings and arrows fanvids if you're interested
It's sitting there, mocking me, waiting to be watched.
|Date:||November 10th, 2009 05:33 am (UTC)|| |
Slings & Arrows made me very sorry I didn't live within driving distance of the Stratford Festival.
Newhart made me sorry I didn't live within driving distance of the Stratford Inn. (I know it's not the same thing, but I couldn't resist the Bob Newhart ref.)
One of the best comedy television series ever made, in my opinion. Also, the Stratford festival is fun. I saw a wacky version of Moby Dick with almost no talking!