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Re: Barry

Tasviewer wrote:

I must be the odd man out, I just couldn't get into it. Yes, it had some hilarious moments but way too much boredom in between.

For that drama school hysteria is a fast forward function, tho in the last season it all came together

Spoiler

by showing that such dysfunctional people can miss the fact they are dating an assassin with rage issues big_smile

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Re: Barry

g371 wrote:

My favorite character in this show is that Chechen guy, a pure masterpiece

Ya, Anthony Carrigan is hilarious as Noho Hank, watch this youtube clip from the start time I set, it's so funny lolhttps://youtu.be/XWsMvAMoV6k?t=666

https://static1.srcdn.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Barry-season-3-NoHo-Hank-Anthony-Carrigan.jpg


@Tasviewer - I never found anything in this show boring, from the pilot episode this was a home run to me.  I really liked the drama school part as well, g371, and in some ways, I kinda miss it, as it was the procedural part of the show, almost like Dexter trying to be normal and fit in....but only Bill Hader, lol lolz.

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Re: Barry

paisley1 wrote:
g371 wrote:

My favorite character in this show is that Chechen guy, a pure masterpiece

Ya, Anthony Carrigan is hilarious as Noho Hank, watch this youtube clip from the start time I set, it's so funny lolhttps://youtu.be/XWsMvAMoV6k?t=666

ooooo...thanks for that link man...you do the script, writing, finding locations, extras, filming, lighting,  and so forth...and pure genius excellent scenes like this comes from awesome actors improvising ,,,,,....and a director zoning out big_smile Joking aside...many directors would probably not get this and just redo the scene to match the script.

I saw Mr. Carrigan on some talk-show saying NoHo originally was scripted as a pedantic guy, and Carrigan evolved it into his own creation which is great smile