So I bought Rune Factory for Wii a few days ago and killed myself from watering crops. Now that's comedy. But you know what isn't so funny? Minor typos. Take this new word Joe made up - "Paritipate". What is this supposed to mean? I am deeply disoriented trying to solve the dilemma, and now the only thing that will un-infuriate me up is going turbo-bullet-point on this sucker:
- It's Reverse Skee-Ball! Instead, the game rolls balls after YOU!
- Dawn: "OMG! I've always wanted to make an *** of myself on a game show!"
- Strangers in sunglasses! Now you know these guys are cool. 'Cause they have sunglasses.
- Undercover Jenny looks like a man. Possibly related to that Hoenn Jenny w/ deep voice.
- Sinnoh Now! How DARE you walk away without my cheap slapstick boom mic gag!
- Oh finally. I'm satisfied now.
- I feel like this game show desperately needs a laugh track of giggling hillbillies everytime somebody falls.
- It's a random Bidoof! Forget the sunglasses dorks. We know who the real enemy is.
- Shimura's having an "off" day. She's usually average, but some of this is really awkward.
- Mysterious undercover man is Jenny! NO, REALLY!?
- TR eye-catch! That's almost important enough to point out!
- Likewise, I almost care who these baddies really are. I'm sure Dogasu has an explanation at BMG, but that's...you know...forbidden territory.
- Yay for random background characters being bowled down like pins.
- These guys are basically PMC except even lamer.
- A hundred Pokeballs randomly fly out of an explosion and the gang conveniently knows which ones are theirs.
- Yanmega explodes. Hell yeah.
- I'm basically at the point where I'm advancing the episode 30 seconds at a time. These "Villains of the Day" suck.
- Duo gets arrested and taken to prison of never-to-be-seen-again-COTDs.
Team Rocket has had way better episodes, but random violence in the first half still made this somewhat more entertaining than last week's episode. Still, once the baddies revealed their identities, this suddenly became a snoozer. Ah well, Galactic action in two weeks. I'll be using my Pokemon-less week off in style - by stalking Coldplay around Southern California for a few days with friends. I dare you to spend your money more extravagantly.