Post by Audio Watchdog on Dec 22, 2015 2:59:17 GMT
So honestly, as a non-Anderson fan....which basically means I didn't grow up with the stuff...what do you think someone coming to this totally free of any kind of perceived concept of what it should be would think about it? Is it funny? Does it have scope? I'm curious but need a little nudging.
"A good writer is not someone who knows how to write - but how to rewrite."- William Goldman
I think it's hilarious, exciting and inspired but I grew up with it and all the other Andersons being born in the 80s ready for the early 90s uber-revival for his work. It's much funnier than any other Anderson (though, to be fair, they were mostly not intended to be). The DVDs are sadly out of print but Jamie is working with Network on blurays of the show which is...well rather exciting.