We want something to go out in its prime (or when it's still semi-decent) instead of seeing it drag out and die a slow, painful TV death filled with cast exists, absurd plot lines and the tangible desperation.
(We're not naming shows.) On the other hand, we also don't want to see a popular show go out on a high and then have it brought back later… While the show might hold some promise, it often lacks most of the magic that made the original so great.
The episode’s dating show structure allows each of them to strike out on their own as well as learn that they’re at their worst when they’re not working together.
This episode might be a fun excuse to do a ‘90s throwback, but it also acts as a reminder of why these guys have been friends for so long.
In spite of how much has changed since this episode of final season hasn’t pushed for too much pomp and circumstance.
This very much feels like any other season of the show rather than the clock ticking down to some big grand finale.
As the four dates try to win the heart of Courtnee (a burgeoning veterinarian’s assistant who loves animals, hanging out with family, and going outside), the episode is overloaded with obnoxious cartoonish graphics that attempt to be the punchline to every line of dialogue.
Shots of Courtnee staring off in doubt are met with cartoon thought bubbles carrying “witty” zingers like “Wow, he’s a catch…” Cue the flounder graphic.
tape, the episode does a wonderful job transporting you back to the ‘90s.When you think of reality TV today, I don’t think anyone compares to these guys.What’s unfortunate is that no one seems to know who these guys are or where they are now.Well, if you were wondering whatever happened to the adorable Pepsi warrior princess, we've got the answer.Her name is Hallie Eisenberg, and after she starred in the infamous Pepsi campaign, she went on to act in a bunch of films as a child star, like Aww