11/15 Tick

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  1. Rob Speicher

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    Much funnier than the first episode - here's hoping that they can keep it up (and on the air).
    "Are you uh, Bat-Manual?"
    "Batmanuelle! Am I cool?"
     
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    "I'm beginning to like the cut of that man's gibberish!"
     
  3. Sean Cauley

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    I laughed out loud when Tick noticed the char-marks on the ceiling from The Immortal's heat-vision, which kicked in when he "got excited."
    Quotes of the night:
    "Plus, he saved the moon twice . . . [flips page] three times."
    "You killed him with your pink secrets!"
    (How that got on network, I'll never know; maybe the censors got confused by Nestor Carbonell's accent or something)
    "!No moleste! !No moleste!"
    The Tick's absolute freak-out when the maid barged in was priceless.
     
  4. Keith Mickunas

    Keith Mickunas Cinematographer

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    I liked this episode a lot. I thought the pilot was ok, and hoped that the weakness in it was just because it was the pilot, and it looks like I might be right.
    The antenna during the freak out scene were awesome. Those things were really moving. I love what they've done with those and the rest of his costume.
     
  5. Randy Tennison

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    I'm not sold on this yet. I loved the animated version, but really only laughed at the burn marks on the ceiling joke. The rest just kinda fell flat.
    Here's hoping they can pull some new stuff out of the hat for the next few episodes.
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  6. DaveF

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    Hmmm, I found the second episode not as funny as the premiere. There were some good lines, but I just didn't laugh as much as during the first show.
    I hope they have more of fighting-villains stories. That was part of what made the cartoon so funny -- the crazy villains, like Chairface, Dinosaur Neil, and so on.
     
  7. Rob T

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    yeah the pilot was a bit better, but this episode was OK, too. [​IMG]
     
  8. Don Peskin

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    I liked the 2nd episode better than the 1st, but the cartoon was better than both.
     

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