This shows premise is absolutely genius. Dr Katz is a psychiatrist that analyzes various comedians on his couch and they essentially do their material without an audience while Dr Katz questions their life choices. It's funny, sad and cathartic. And vary relaxing and chill.
And the show also introduced the world to H John Benjamin the future voice of Archer as Dr Katz inept son who awkwardly tries to hit on the secretary with increasing hilarious results.
I Highly recommend this show!
I've heard some say it takes 6 weeks just to storyboard an 11 minute episode. Thoughts?
Since Jon Hurwitz did say there would be references to it. It seems like a nice time to catch up.
Watch it here legally and for free (you will need a VPN if you are not in Canada)
I've been desperately searching the internet for a series that aired in the early 80s in the mornings on weekdays. (United States) It started with a narrator and then cut to either a fable or a fairy tale. The fable I remember was either 'How the Zebra Got It's Stripes' or 'How the Lion Got his Roar.' But I never cared about that one. What I'm interested in is a fairy tale that I LOVED. It was about a girl who I think was a princess. Every night, she would have to be hidden from a monster that I think was a wolf. If the night was successful and she wasn't found, a white banner would come down and I believe trumpets would be played.
I wish I could remember more. I've been looking for years and finally decided it might be Calliope since I thought I remembered a man and a dog narrating before the tales, but the episodes aren't available online so I can't be sure.
If anyone can help, THANK YOU!!!! I need this mystery solved.
In "Pickle Rick", the eccentric scientist Rick Sanchez turns himself into a pickle just as he and his family are scheduled to attend a therapy session. The episode separately follows Rick's adventures as a pickle and the rest of the family's trip to therapy.
The episode parodies action films and was inspired by Breaking Bad episode "4 Days Out". In a continuation of the season's storyline of Beth and Jerry's divorce, "Pickle Rick" explores Beth's unhealthy relationship with Rick, who disregards the importance of family. It was watched by 2.3 million viewers when it first aired on Adult Swim, having been a highly anticipated episode for the show's fanbase. The episode received positive reviews, particularly praising the animation and design of Pickle Rick and his fight scenes, as well as the performance of guest actors Danny Trejo (as Jaguar) and Susan Sarandon (as Dr. Wong). It won the 2018 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program, which was the first Emmy Award won by... keep reading on reddit ➡