"Consider questioning authority, please" was one of my favorite parts of last night. I used it for facebook and other types of posts. I remember exactly what Tim Horton's I was at and what type of donut I was eating when Robin Sparkles flipped out. That was the day grunge was born.
I think I lost it at "shirtless old man in black and white."
Dave Couliee had me in hysterics. I don't think I have ever said that before. Nor will I again.
I thought the Robin Sparkles/Daggers stuff was pretty darn great, but was less enamored of the Ted storyline, particularly the promise that it's going to stretch on for a while. Long-term Ted love interests have at best a highly mixed track record, though at least this time they've clearly stated "and this is IT before the Mother."
Always with the negative waves, Moriarty!
The "I always loved that joke" throwaway in the voiceover was enough to break my brain.
Great guest appearances by all the Canadians, but Dave Coulier wins the prize.
Close second to Priestley with the Horton combo line.