Thank Grog It’s Firday!
In an effort toward full transparency, I admit readily to not only rushing Act III of this unbelievably boring event, but to being happy that I did. And in an even more transparent move (if I get any more transparent, I’ll disappear!), I am writing this well before Friday (or Firday if you prefer) because the topic came to me while rushing through the Act.
As I mentioned last week, the primary benefit of rushing (binging) is that you get to read the dialogue quickly, and in more of an unbroken script. The length of time it takes to play this event in real time, kind of sucks the fun out of the dialogue, because it takes too long to get to it. But, by rushing, you get the whole thread quickly…even if the thread is broken into weirdly disparate parts.
The best part of this act, was that the writer(s?) who wrote it (it felt like two different writers, cobbled together…but, I’ll get to that), had fun reveling in their own shortcomings as storytellers for ALL of the Springfield citizens.
Representation of ALL citizens became a fun, and pretty hilarious theme…at the cost of admitting how little we see most of the characters we win.
Let’s take a look.