Welcome to "Up Next in the City!" This time: two episode's which I don't know their premises, but kind of know what they're about. Let's check them out!
From what the new promo says and from my own predictions, it looks like it will focus on Tilly taking Gramma on a fun tour of the city.
The premise sounds fun (Tilly! Tilly!) and features an interaction we haven't really seen yet, so it has potential. My gut feeling is it will be good, but maybe not great.
Has a lot of potential.
Could be hilarious.
Could be a bit forgettable.
That's it, really. All in all, should be good!
Seems to be about Remy and his family visiting the Greens. If that football game that Bill starts in …Read more >
Welcome to another "First Impressions"! This time, we talk about "Breaking News" and "Cyberbullies", which I also have a "Up Next in the City!" post about, expressing what I thought will happen. So check that out to see how right or wrong I was.
And now, to the first impressions!
This was pretty close to my prediction. My worries were unfounded. The episode focused on an important flaw of Cricket: His need to be the center of the attention. It's done really well. We already knew that it's one of his flaws, so it doesn't feel like it's out of nowhere. And it's not too obnoxious. The plot is as such: Cricket wants to be center of attention. Suddenly, Bill reveals that he has a huge watermelon. Once they learn there's n…Read more >
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Welcome to the first edition of Big Coffee Talk, where I analyze and discuss all kinds of things about the show!
Our very first topic: Why Big City Greens is Great!
The show has had quite the amazing start: Ratings are though the roof (beating even the sit-coms!), the attention it's getting on the internet isn't too shabby, an it's been a while since I fell in love with a show so quickly and so passionately (Examples from the last few years: Steven Universe, MML, The Loud House, We Bare Bears, Brooklyn 99).
I really want to explain why, in my eyes, this show works, so I'm going to sperate it into a few sections:
Let's start with the fact that this show is hilarious! No, really!
The jokes are so expertly delivered and thought ou…
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Welcome to the first "Up Next in the City!" (Said like "Country Kids in the City!")
For those of you who didn't read my first post, this series takes a look at what's next in the show. Unfortunately, this episode came out yesterday, but I didn't see it, so I'm still doing it!
So, let's begin!
This episode has been hyped up for a while, by DTVA's twitter and by myself. With amazing footage of watermelons in the big trailer, Raven Simonè guest starring, and what seems to be focus on Cricket's need to be center of attention, I was quite interested.
With a hilarious sounding premise and what seems to be a good choice of moral, I would say my gut feeling is it will be good. But let's go over what I'm excited and worried for:
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Welcome to the very first "First Impressions"! For those of you who haven't read the first blog post, here's a quick explanation of this series:
At a certain point in time, I plan to review every episode of Big City Greens, PieGuyRulz style. But since I need time to re-watch and analyze, and because episodes are coming out and I want to talk about them (as, I am sure, you guys are too!), I have decided to share my first impressions on the very latest episodes each time. These first impressions won't necessarily be my final opinion, and my review style is very different in "Every Episode of", so remember that these are just my first thoughts.
And so, without further ado, let's begin!
Our first segment focuses on Cricke…Read more >
So, this is my first blog post! In this post, I thought I'll introduce what I want to do with these posts, and why they're important to me.
So, let's start with what I'll do with these blogs:
1. Big City Coffee Talk: Back in The Milo Murphy's Law Wiki, one of my regular series on that blog is an analysis corner of the show and all it's features titled "The Milo Zone". It has been on a bit of a hiatus unfortunately, but I do aim to make the analysis corner for this wiki (titled "Big City Coffee Talk") a weekly feature. My first one (hopefully coming out today) will talk about why this show is so great (discussing some of the deeper stories, arcs and character personalities on show) an next weeks is planned to be about Gloria and Cric…Read more >