This ones going to have a car chase because this EP is written by Benton Conner and Hilery fordil and btw this Ep is going to be better then last weeks:anime:
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What an episode! I like when Benson, the guys and the police officer danced to the music!
Mainly, I just liked the whole bonding between those three. Who made the show.
I figured the truck would be totaled :P
One thing came to mind during the boy's ride through the dangerous road... what if that particular path were used for a driver's test?
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It seems like Benson is involved in most of the show's emotional moments. I'd call his breakdown at the arcade the #1 so far in the show's run. It's nice when the writers show him as more than an angry supervisor.
Also, that biker's voice was hilarious. Yep, a good episode.
"...And then Rorschach goes 'BARNEY! My Pebbles!' or some such thing... but it was really funny."
I wonder if any of the writers are from New England. I ask because "Joyspot" was likely a reference to the New Hampshire based "Funspot" arcade (it even had a similar looking dragon mascot on the roof of the arcade).
Nice to see Mr. Maellard who's another mean-spirited jerk boss worse than Cosmo Spacely/Charles Montgomery Burns/Eugene Krabs/Nestor(Scaredy Squirrel).
Poor Mordecai/Rigby accidently breaking the cart.
Benson turning red when he's angry like some cartoon characters that do it is great.
I actually feel sorry for Benson for always getting chewed out by the jerk Mr. Maellard.
Mordecai/Rigby messing up for Benson while driving is funny.
The bonding between Mordecai/Rigby/Benson was sweet.
Poor Benson being pulled over by the police officer.
The Mordecai/Rigby/Benson/police officer dancing scene was funny.
Poor Benson's sad emotional breakdown was sweet/touching.
Mordecai/Rigby's sweet extreme cart driving, woooooooow!!!!!!!!
Cool that Mordecai/Rigby/Benson made it to the cart dealership place while getting sent to the hospital, ouch.
It's a nice touch that Rigby is not a giant cruel/sadistic/selfish jerk torturing poor Mordecai in the episode.
I'm surprised there's no new villain in the episode.
David Ogden Stiers was great as Mr. Maellard.
Last edited by Radical; 05-15-2012 at 10:17 PM.
Oh man, that ending, Mordecai and Rigby could you be bigger jerks? Wait, yes. My favorite part was Benson being pulled over by the cops.
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