Even though the portal that formed in the sword wound in Adam’s chest that they went through last week closed behind them and they’ve been trapped in a room without food in another dimension with no clue how to get out, The Immortals still have INTERNET! The movie this week is Being John Malkovich, which proves to be only a slightly weirder scenario than the one the Immortals currently find themselves in. Leigh hates another album that Austin and Adam like, while they all mourn the fact that they’ll never again talk about Weezer after this episode. The food and children’s book were unobtainable and unreadable, and Austin once again finds himself underwhelmed by a beloved British TV show. Will the Immortals ever escape this dimension? Will they ever do a normal show with no weird stuff? Will Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich? Probably not!
One of the reasons why I like television so much is that it feels more communal than any other form of entertainment. Usually walking out of a movie, my friends don’t like to talk about it as much but if they finished a season of a show they need someone to talk to. So once again, I have recruited my friends to talk about their favorite episodes of 2012. Below you will see a wide range of opinions and writing styles which makes it all the more fun.
Small warning, there is occasional foul language and in one circumstance a lot of foul language. Most of the time, the author is vague about what happens in the episode or season, but in cases where that is not true, a spoiler warning is attached.
At the very end of this very long article, check out what episodes occurred the most Top 10 lists as I formulated the results of everyone’s picks.
“The Man From Jupiter” (Season Three, Episode 4)
By Ryan Lugar
Burt and Ernie. Buzz and Woody. Cheech and Chong. These are some of the most dynamic duos over the course of history, but they all fall second to one last duo. A duo that can do no wrong, in all the wrong ways. I am of course referring to Sterling Archer and Burt Reynolds. The combination of Archer’s black turtleneck and Burt Reynolds’ amazing moustache cannot fail.