Well, I'd say that some episodes were getting pretty boring, mostly because of some pointless jokes... Maybe the Three Stooges was my least favorite, the one with the Ghost of the Red Baron. I wouldn't say the same thing about the Globetrotters though.
Pretty much all of them were flawed one way or another (animation, plot (mostly lack of any coherent one)...), I watched a few recently and just remember asking 'why?' at most of the goings on. I do recall liking the Globetrotters one when I was a child though.
The Stooges episodes are probably my least favorite, likely because I'm not much of a Stooges fan to begin with. (Iggy Pop not withstanding.)
Agree with russm though that most of the episodes suffered from not really having a well developed 44 minute plot. Instead of working that out, they just threw in a few extra chase scenes and such. (Still enjoy the series regardless.)
Has anyone ever noticed that in most episodes, you don't even see the spector/villain much at all? Until almost the end?
Post by Sophia Peletier on Apr 16, 2014 16:51:48 GMT -5
I guess it's more of me not liking the Globetrotters as guests, especially since they were continuous. I'm sure there were plenty of other crossovers/celebrities they could have used. I would have liked more female guests, as I found them to be more entertaining/interesting.
But yeah, I do agree with the episodes being flawed in some way. They were, for the most, still entertaining though.
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While this is one of my favourite series i do find 2 episodes really boring - the ones with Cass Elliot and Jeannie. I don't know why but those two never did it for me, no matter how many times i have watched them.