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The Good Place invaded my dreams from the first programme. We watched an episode each night, the whole family lined up on the sofa, and then, after the final episode, watched it all over again in our heads. Watch it to find out why... A colleague at work asked me to sum it up, and an Aussie colleague butted in: 'It's Jeremy-Beremy', she said. And that's all I'm saying.
The Good Place is without a doubt one of my favourite shows of all time, though as a philosophy student I might be slightly biased towards it! For those that do not know about the show, it is a tale of four people who wake up in the after life. However, one of them has been sent there accidentally, and her existence in 'the good place' causes havoc. For those who are not religious, do not let the premise put you off, as the show really does not pander to any particular religious demographic. While the show is set in 'the good place' it is not any version of 'heaven' promoted by something like Christianity or Islam. The show is first and foremost a comedy, and an excellent one. There is not a single episode in this boxset that fails to have me laughing, and the same can be said of all three seasons. All of the actors play their parts very well, and play off of each other very well.
It is also a smart show, with clever storylines, well written characters, character development, and an excellent story arc in each season. There is also a good blend of philosophy in the show. While this may put some off, and the philosophy is an integral part of the show, it is relevant to the story line itself. It is used in a way that adds to show, rather than feeling forced. It is also never over complicated, and you do not need to be a philosophy student in order to understand it.
The only disappointing thing about the boxset is that it contains no extras, apart from the extended episodes. It would have been nice to have some outtakes, or some interviews, or some commentary from the writers, directors, and/or cast. The extended parts of the episodes do add somewhat to it, and they are noticeable for most of the episodes if you have watched them a few times. However, you can also see why those parts were trimmed out for broadcast, as they change the tone on occasion, and their removal tightens up the pace and the timing.
Overall, I'd recommend the set to any fan of The Good Place. It's cheap considering it's a full season, and as to be expected the picture quality is superb. Better than on HDTV and on Netflix. It also has extra Good Place goodness in most episodes! If you're not already a fan, then it may be worth checking out the show on somewhere like Netflix before purchasing. Though everybody should be a fan of this show!
I’m only reviewing the show as my blu ray hasn’t come yet. It’s a truly exceptional show. If someone had told me I could love a comedy about moral philosophy I’d have called them an idiot but they said in the podcast that the writers were given rules and that rule number one was that every episode is funny and it is. The many people who are being criticised for being sjw’s and ruining franchises could learn a huge amount from Michael Schur. It’s only a short season of thirteen episodes so things happen quickly and it’s best not to learn much about the show because it’s more fun if you’re unaware of the twists in the story. The only problem is that for season one Ted Danson has to be a bit underused, you learn why it’s necessary and he’s used more in season two. It does make you think, it’s impossible not to learn a bit of moral philosophy but it’s not forced on you. The actors are great and Ted Danson and Kristen Bell have great chemistry but the other characters are also important and they get plenty of screen time. I hope it runs for many years and I can’t wait for season three because there’s not a lot of things being made that are as good as this. I know he’s also made stuff like Parks and Rec and Brooklyn nine nine but this is even better. I’m visually impaired but I’ve heard that every episode there’s Easter eggs for the really devoted fans but even if you’re a casual fan there’s lots to laugh at. I also recommend the podcast where each episode of the show gets it’s own podcast with appropriate guests on it.
J'ai découvert avec plaisir cette 1ere saison de 'The good place'. Après leur mort, les 'gentils' se retrouvent dans la 'Good place' (le mot de paradis n'est pas prononcé), qui est une petite ville aux couleurs tendres, avec de la musique, des glaciers et des gens heureux. Il leur est donné une jolie maison décorée selon leurs goûts, et on leur présente leur 'âme soeur' déterminée en fonction de leur personnalité. Oui mais...s'il a une erreur d'aiguillage et que des 'méchants' se retrouvent dans la 'good place' sans l'avoir mérité ? Faut-il dans ce cas les envoyer en enfer, pardon dans la 'bad place', ou peuvent-ils se racheter ? Et si les apparences étaient trompeuses? La série alterne entre bons sentiments moraux et cynisme réjouissant. Je n'ai pas mis la note max car le démarrage est un tantinet barbant. Les épisodes semblent répétitifs, les personnages un peu stéréotypés comme dans les 'sitcom'. Et puis l'intrigue se complexifie, heureusement et on finit rivé à l'écran, à l'affût des 'flash-back' révélateurs de la vie mortelle des protagonistes. Arrivé à la fin (hélàs il n'y a que 11 épisodes) on a envie de tout regarder à nouveau, à la lumière des dernières révélations. Bonne projection! Audio: anglais, sous-titre:anglais.
I'd honestly give this more than 5 stars if possible. Always wanted to see it but just decided to buy this to see if funny. WAY more funny than even thought. After you die it's not heaven or hell it's a good place or the bad place. The main person Eleanor accidently gets sent to the good place where she IN NO WAY belongs. That causes a lot of crazy things to happen. Ted Danson is the guy who designed this good place and he admires humans so much he wants to live there too. With a ton of funny people and insane stuff you will not be able to not laugh out loud. I swear it brought me to tears. I have a few more to watch and it looks like not everything is as it was said to be BUT SO FUNNY.
I have to be honest, I didn't watch this show during it's regular broadcast. I blew it off as being something light-weight and that I probably wouldn't like. Later thought, I rented the DVD set and ended up binge watching the whole first season in one setting. I enjoyed it so much, I then ordered the set for my video collection.
The show is quirky on sort of an intellectual humor sort of way. Lots of subtle humor. So it's probably something that some people would love and other hate, and some see as more 'Meh'. For me, I think a lot of it is hilarious. The humor sort of reminds me of the short lived series "Better Off Ted". I'm looking forward to watching the second season.
Great show, but here's the problem with the DVD (and once i saw it was made by Shout Factory I was worried). The extended episodes for the 1st episode are not here! I vividly remember the joke about ELeanor not being able to get drunk until she believes she can . . . this is nowhere on the DVD. The other episodes do have their extended versions (the cactus one on "Most improved Player" is fantastic). Apparently no on does audio commentary anymore as there are only two here (yes technically it's four episodes, but no, it's two different sessions and they don't have all the majors there. It has been a while since I bought a DVD for a TV series, and the creator even jokes about "who listens to audio commentarys" on dvds anymore". Well I do, it's one of my favorite things when done right, ala Futurama.
BOTTOM LINE: Wonderful show, must see if you haven't, but I don't know about this DVD. I wanted to purchase it to support the show, but otherwise . . . . it's basic :)
Es waren nicht die vollen 12 Folgen, die man von einer Season erwartet. Ein völlig neuer Gedanke - toll - nicht die 130-te Folge einer Krimi-Serie, Krankenhausserie, Abklatsch von Star-Wars. Eine völlig neue Geschichte - sehr erfrischend, sehr humorig.Die Hauptcharaktere gespielt von Ted Danson (mir in guter Erinnerung in "Made in Amerika" und Kristen Bell gern gesehen in "Veronica Mars" runden den Genuß ab. Gute Geschichte und gut umgesetzt. Flucht vor dem Serieneinheitsbrei. Davon hätte ich gern noch mehr. Einzig, ich würde dem besser folgen können, wenn es eine deutsch Synchronisation gäbe. Trotzdem danke.