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by tvqueenEditor
Sep 28, 2018 5:31PM EDT
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No, no, no, Ted. Don't ever try an Aussie accent. Ever. Again.
No, no, no, Ted. Don't ever try an Aussie accent. Ever. Again.

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Sep 27, 2016 4:37PM EDT
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Okay, here goes...my first ever review! You might ask why I chose this episode and this series as my first ever review and I have to admit that I thought to myself "The Good Place is a good a place as any to start". Before we dive in, just a disclaimer - I'm a huge Kristen Bell fan (thanks, Rob Thomas)! Now that we have that side note out of the way...we can continue. I loved this series opener - the bright colors, the characters and the premise - It's fun and original! To sum up, Eleanor is a bad person, but somehow she arrived in "The Good Place" aka the place with A LOT of Fro-Yo shops. Every time she acts badly or says something morally incorrect, the architecture of this world crumbles - from flying scrimp to a garbage thunder storm, something (or someone) is not right. As Ted Danson's character tries to find out what's wrong with the perfect world he created (his first ever), Eleanor tries to persuade Chidi (Moral and Ethics Professor in his living life) to help her become a better person. Definitely a comedy worth checking out!
Okay, here goes...my first ever review! You might ask why I chose this episode and this series as my first ever review and I have to admit that I thought to myself "The Good Place is a good a place as any to start". Before we dive in, just a disclaimer - I'm a huge Kristen Bell fan (thanks, Rob Thomas)! Now that we have that side note out of the way...we can continue. I loved this series opener - the bright colors, the characters and the premise - It's fun and original! To sum up, Eleanor is a bad person, but somehow she arrived in "The Good Place" aka the place with A LOT of Fro-Yo shops. Every time she acts badly or says something morally incorrect, the architecture of this world crumbles - from flying scrimp to a garbage thunder storm, something (or someone) is not right. As Ted Danson's character tries to find out what's wrong with the perfect world he created (his first ever), Eleanor tries to persuade Chidi (Moral and Ethics Professor in his living life) to help her become a better person. Definitely a comedy worth checking out!