How does a company continue functioning when they change the damn slogan every week?
How ya doin’? I’m Brody.
omg where is this from
(Better Off Ted)
Yo that’s some black-Asian solidarity for ya.
Oh also is there anyone who can take that last gif and make it one of those “WHITE PEOPLE” gifs??????? PLEASE????
Don’t know if anyone else has done it already but here’s my contribution!
thats soooo true!
statistically white ppl are the exotic ones!
My theory about TV is that if I gave a bunch of links to some of my favourite episodes of a show I love a lot, people will get them, play them all at once when they’ve got time to kill, and even if they’re not into it at first, they’ll get used to the rhythm and tone of the show enough that when they’re done they’ll go “wow, those were actually great and I love everything, I’m going to search for and watch ALL OF IT now!!!!!!” - because this is what I do.
So: Better Off Ted is a workplace comedy but in a really different way from what you think when you think “workplace comedy”, in that it’s really smart and really funny but also silly and goofy and ridiculously charming and with characters that I adore across the board (it’s one of the few comedies I’ve seen that has a ‘straight man’ who’s actually likeable and funny?), and you should try it. I think the closest comparison I can come with for this show’s tone is an old time comedy, especially in terms of beats and rapports between characters and the likeliness for screwball-type asides. and I love that a lot. Here are some of my favourite episodes!!!!
Other reasons to try it: a) if you do not like Portia de Rossi, b) if you like Portia de Rossi, or c) if you love Portia de Rossi.
TED: But one they’re not working towards.
VERONICA: Are you working toward all of your dreams, Ted? Then stop pointing fingers.
Better Off Ted - Masterpost
Better Off Ted focuses on Ted Crisp (Jay Harrington), a single father and the well-respected and well-liked head of a research and development department at the fictional, soulless conglomerate of Veridian Dynamics. Alongside Ted is his supervisor Veronica Palmer (Portia de Rossi), co-worker and love interest Linda Zwordling (Andrea Anders), his daughter Rose (Isabella Acres), and the two laboratory scientists Phillip Myman (Jonathan Slavin) and Lem Hewitt (Malcolm Barrett).
Basically, it’s the funniest show ever.
[All links are to Megaupload]
1x01 - Pilot
1x02 - Heroes
1x03 - Through Rose-coloured HAZMAT Suits
1x04 - Racial Sensitivity
1x05 - Win Some, Dose Some
1x06 - Goodbye, Mr Chips
1x07 - Get Happy
1x08 - You Are the Boss of Me
1x09 - Bioshuffle
1x10 - Trust and Consequence
1x11 - Father, Can You Hair Me?
1x12 - Jabberwocky
1x13 - Secrets and Lives
2x01 - Love Blurts
2x02 - The Lawyer, the Lemur and the Little Listener
2x03 - Battle of the Bulbs
2x04 - It’s Nothing Business, It’s Just Personal
2x05 - The Great Repression
2x06 - Beating a Dead Workforce
2x07 - Change We Can’t Believe In
2x08 - The Impertence of Communicationizing
2x09 - The Long and Winding High Road
2x10 - Lust in Translation
2x11 - Mess of a Salesman
2x12 - It’s My Party and I’ll Lie If I Want To
2x13 - Swag the Dog
Ted, you stood up for me. No one’s ever done that before. Thank you.