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Chip debe quedarse en casa de alguien que acaba de conocer. George le pide a Dennis que lo ayude a r... Más Chip debe quedarse en casa de alguien que acaba de conocer. George le pide a Dennis que lo ayude a reconectar con Rosa. Cooler tiene una revelación.
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June 2017

-"What's your password?"
-" One-eleven-one"
😂😂😂

-"What's your password?"
-" One-eleven-one"
😂😂😂
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June 2017

"God help me being honest"

*Fakes sleeping*

HAHAHA WHAT A DOUCHE

"Dios me ayude a ser honesto"

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¿Qué es una DOUCHE?

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"God help me being honest"

*Fakes sleeping*

HAHAHA WHAT A DOUCHE
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June 2017

Cooler is the best!!

Cooler is the best!!
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June 2017

Dennis can judge Chip as much as he wants, but he's the biggest liar of this season.

Dennis puede juzgar a Chip tanto como quiere, pero es el mayor mentiroso de esta temporada.

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Dennis can judge Chip as much as he wants, but he's the biggest liar of this season.
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June 2017

- Qual è il tuo codice?
- Uno, undici, uno

Cooler è geniale, lo adoro!

- Qual è il tuo codice?
- Uno, undici, uno

Cooler è geniale, lo adoro!
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June 2017

Sometimes I honestly can not belive how much Chip lies. Like honestly how can he?

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June 2017

I really love will arnet's acting, i see character paralells with BoJack Horseman.

I really love will arnet's acting, i see character paralells with BoJack Horseman.
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June 2017

Cooler is such a scene stealer 😆😆😆

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June 2017

Esse Dennis é um péssimo amigo. tá bom que o Chip mentiu, mas supera isso cara.

Esse Dennis é um péssimo amigo. tá bom que o Chip mentiu, mas supera isso cara.
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June 2017

E o Chip não ficou com a Alex, mas estragou tudo com ela e com a London.
Dennis és um babaca, fala logo para Rosa porra!!
Cooler és comédia pacas e sua vida és um mito.
Karel vive num harém e está aprontando uma.

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July 2017

Gostei desse episódio pq mostrou que todo mundo está buscando seus propósitos na vida, suas respostas, mas sempre perdidos

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June 2017

A me questa serie piace sempre tanto. Leggera e incasinata alla stesso tempo. Dopo due ore di American gods avevo bisogno di normalità.
Mi spiace ma Chip ha fatto una cagata e non so con London come andrà a finire... tutto bello è così "organico"

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June 2017

Chip é muito sem noção de levar a London p casa da outra, estragou tudo 😪

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June 2017

Especially now that I got a man on the inside. - so to speak... ;D

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October 2017

Chip: what's your password??
Cooler: one-eleven-one 😂

Chip: what's your password??
Cooler: one-eleven-one 😂
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September 2017

Flaked /S02\/E03\ Day Three
Parallel Article w/Hurricane Irma Experience
Airdate: June 2, 2017 @netflix
Ratings: Privatized
Score: 9.25/10
TVTime/FB/Twitter/IG/Tumblr/Path/Pin: @SpotlightSaga

***********SPOILERS & MORE BELOW************

This is how we're going to ring in the return... Or the second rising... Whatever you want to call it. Open up ITunes, Apple Music, Spotify, or whatever Jay Z fooled everyone into paying for... Search for an act called 'Sneaks', you'll see the 2016 'Gymnastics' Album at the bottom of the list... Find the track 'No Problem'. Crank that shit. Yeah the album is 10 songs but it's only 14 minutes. I know it's weird. The album itself is a hodgepodge of fantastic ideas, pasted hastily together in a 'take or leave it' type of deal... It's a DJ or Producer's dream, oh the fun you could have with these samples. 37 Seconds, that's not asking too much, is it?

We've already begun the fall tv season with 'AHSCult', but after Hurricane Irma literally made all of its promises and hammered Miami
Beach, Coral Gables, The Keys, and whatever it hit after us (we wouldn't know, we are all literally picking up the pieces of our lives and our houses), I needed to write about a show that was more than just a tv series. Netflix's 'Flaked' isn't the type of series that racks up acclaim or large amounts of viewers, it's the type of moving art that's so personal and out in the open that you live through each of the characters just as it feels like there are moments when it's living through you. We've gone over this before, none of the characters in 'Flaked' are likable, but then again, we aren't really either, are we?

We try. We do. We try to be the best possible versions of ourselves that we can be, but sometimes we get in our own way. It's inevitable human nature. Desperation. Fear. Pride. Anxiety. All these things haunt us and manifest in different forms, no one is safe from it... It doesn't matter if you are rich or poor or even part of the very FEW surviving middle class. Everything doesn't go right 100% of the time and when you see an opening for a new day or an unwavering opportunity, you grab it by whatever body part you care to grab it by and you don't let go.

This is what our main protagonist(?), more like undeniably flawed 'main character', does on the regular. He's so good at it that he's made lives (yes plural) out of it... Separate lives that aren't necessarily his and that's exactly where the distrust comes from his peers, acquaintances, and weary old friends in his beloved home community of Venice Beach, CA. Here we are at 'Day Three' and Chip (Will Arnett) is still grabbing at whatever comes his way to try and temporarily patch what's wrong. Only things don't work like that, not in the big picture anyway. There inlays the problem. Chip is the type of man that sees temporary fixes and uses it to lull those around him in a false sense of security. He tells people exactly what they want to hear instead of what's really going on. And when you are in a situation, especially with your partner (in this case his 'sort-of' or disconnected girlfriend, London - played by Ruth Kearney) and that partner is straying in a spiral of confusion and uncertainty, you HAVE to look at the big picture, because patching up holes and small dings with fresh coats of paint will only ensure that your entire life will come crashing down in fail swoop... Or a series of waves.

Make no mistake about it, just like Chip and London's life continue to dissipate into a dark and forlorn eventuality, so are all of the other lives of the characters within S2 of 'Flaked'. Cooler (George Basil) is shown off as a model 'spiritual vessel' for a full class of lost & empty, privileged, West LA, trust fund kids. As Karel (Shawn Hatosy) literally spouts out his bullshit Lion King 'Hakuna Matata' mantra, Cooler sits and suddenly hears his life from an angle or reality he's really never even considered. Karel praises Cooler for living out of a Camper, selling all of his stuff, being a 'free spirit', not worrying about any long term plans in his life. I do get that idea... But having a collective of slightly entitled, although semi-sincere, anxiety ridden inherently rich women in the midst of a 'Quarter Life Crisis' tell you that you're life is great when you're poor is like Madonna saying she was influenced by Marilyn Manson. One simply does not go with the other and NO I don't think we'll be hearing a Banger of a collaboration out of those two anytime soon. Cooler was content in his existence and now suddenly he's absorbed the anxiety of this room. Who's to blame? Well that's not really the point. After a certain line, pointing fingers becomes completely moot.

That kind of leads into a huge problem that certain people seem to have with this show... 'Who do I root for?' That's just it, you don't. These are human beings. You root for your favorite larger than life athlete, you root for your favorite bad ass pro-wrestler on TV, you root for the good guys, the home team... That's all escapism... And if you flipped on 'Flaked' to escape you are in for a rude awakening. There is no one to root for... Unlike the pretty picture we get to paint for the world with the internet and the dozens of social media sites available at the push of a button. If there was a camera on us all day, we'd be painted however the editing team deemed necessary... Trust me, even good people do awful things and make terrible decisions. We don't get to ride a white horse and ask people how the view is from down there. It's less about judging Chip or Dennis (David Sullivan) or George (Robert Wisdom) and their less than pretty tactics to achieve their goals than it is just falling into these characters & the uneven grooves of their lives and hopefully learning a thing or two along with them. Lessons aren't promised but they are everywhere, it's up to the character and ultimately the viewer if they want to soak them up or not.

Working the steps. Making amends. How can anyone do any of this being so deeply flawed? Or even demand others to do it? I'd tell you that it was impossible, but I'd be lying. It's almost easier to think that it's not. Ive seen men and women battle their inherent pension for self-destruction and I've seen ugly victories that are ironically beautiful, it's not easy. It's never just as simple as adopting 'Cooler's passive attitude for a means to start over and make lemonade from rotten lemons. Sure you can make it, but no one said it would taste good. 'Fake it till you make it.' That's what they'll tell you at AA and NA meetings... And you know what is so fucking infuriating? Not only are they right, but you can actually apply it to anything... Whether it's about sobriety, mending relationships, entering a field you aren't completely comfortable with, or rebuilding after a natural disaster.

I know I'm asking a lot, but this is a big one for me... And I literally just lost a massive amount of my personal belongings to a major Hurricane... So bear with me. I hope by now, you trust my storytelling abilities anyway. In my storied but short life there was a time when I was DJ, and I think setting the tone with music can be an even more powerful tool than we know it to be. This ones an easy find... '(sandy) Alex G - Powerful Man'. There you go, that's it. The show actually started with this track, but I thought it a perfect piece to end on. We all have our own lives. There are ups. There are downs... And then there's all those horrible 'in-betweens'. We do the best we can with the cards we're dealt, sometimes that best isn't good enough. Sometimes people kick you when you're down, sometimes we deserve that kick... And sometimes we need a little empathy and any spare love & light or fighting spirit others have to give. Never root for others to lose, no matter how bad they fuck up... You never know when you'll be lying in that ditch with the rest of the human race.

**************Written by Kevin Cage***************

TVTime/FB/Twitter/IG/Tumblr/Pin/Path: @SpotlightSaga
Now on Letterboxd for Film Reviews!

http://www.tvtime.com
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// Kevin Cage // Justin O'Malley // Cody Cole //

Flaked /S02\/E03\ Day Three
Parallel Article w/Hurricane Irma Experience 
Airdate: June 2, 2017 @netflix
Ratings: Privatized 
Score: 9.25/10
TVTime/FB/Twitter/IG/Tumblr/Path/Pin: @SpotlightSaga

***********SPOILERS & MORE BELOW************

This is how we're going to ring in the return... Or the second rising... Whatever you want to call it. Open up ITunes, Apple Music, Spotify, or whatever Jay Z fooled everyone into paying for... Search for an act called 'Sneaks', you'll see the 2016 'Gymnastics' Album at the bottom of the list... Find the track 'No Problem'. Crank that shit. Yeah the album is 10 songs but it's only 14 minutes. I know it's weird. The album itself is a hodgepodge of fantastic ideas, pasted hastily together in a 'take or leave it' type of deal... It's a DJ or Producer's dream, oh the fun you could have with these samples. 37 Seconds, that's not asking too much, is it? 

We've already begun the fall tv season with 'AHSCult', but after Hurricane Irma literally made all of its promises and hammered Miami
Beach, Coral Gables, The Keys, and whatever it hit after us (we wouldn't know, we are all literally picking up the pieces of our lives and our houses), I needed to write about a show that was more than just a tv series. Netflix's 'Flaked' isn't the type of series that racks up acclaim or large amounts of viewers, it's the type of moving art that's so personal and out in the open that you live through each of the characters just as it feels like there are  moments when it's living through you. We've gone over this before, none of the characters in 'Flaked' are likable, but then again, we aren't really either, are we? 

We try. We do. We try to be the best possible versions of ourselves that we can be, but sometimes we get in our own way. It's inevitable human nature. Desperation. Fear. Pride. Anxiety. All these things haunt us and manifest in different forms, no one is safe from it... It doesn't matter if you are rich or poor or even part of the very FEW surviving middle class. Everything doesn't go right 100% of the time and when you see an opening for a new day or an unwavering opportunity, you grab it by whatever body part you care to grab it by and you don't let go. 

This is what our main protagonist(?), more like undeniably flawed 'main character', does on the regular. He's so good at it that he's made lives (yes plural) out of it... Separate lives that aren't necessarily his and that's exactly where the distrust comes from his peers, acquaintances, and weary old friends in his beloved home community of Venice Beach, CA. Here we are at 'Day Three' and Chip (Will Arnett) is still grabbing at whatever comes his way to try and temporarily patch what's wrong. Only things don't work like that, not in the big picture anyway. There inlays the problem. Chip is the type of man that sees temporary fixes and uses it to lull those around him in a false sense of security. He tells people exactly what they want to hear instead of what's really going on. And when you are in a situation, especially with your partner (in this case his 'sort-of' or disconnected girlfriend, London - played by Ruth Kearney) and that partner is straying in a spiral of confusion and uncertainty, you HAVE to look at the big picture, because patching up holes and small dings with fresh coats of paint will only ensure that your entire life will come crashing down in fail swoop... Or a series of waves.

Make no mistake about it, just like Chip and London's life continue to dissipate into a dark and forlorn eventuality, so are all of the other lives of the characters within S2 of 'Flaked'. Cooler (George Basil) is shown off as a model 'spiritual vessel' for a full class of lost & empty, privileged, West LA, trust fund kids. As Karel (Shawn Hatosy) literally spouts out his bullshit Lion King 'Hakuna Matata' mantra, Cooler sits and suddenly hears his life from an angle or reality he's really never even considered. Karel praises Cooler for living out of a Camper, selling all of his stuff, being a 'free spirit', not worrying about any long term plans in his life. I do get that idea... But having a collective of slightly entitled, although semi-sincere, anxiety ridden inherently rich women in the midst of a 'Quarter Life Crisis' tell you that you're life is great when you're poor is like Madonna saying she was influenced by Marilyn Manson. One simply does not go with the other and NO I don't think we'll be hearing a Banger of a collaboration out of those two anytime soon. Cooler was content in his existence and now suddenly he's absorbed the anxiety of this room. Who's to blame? Well that's not really the point. After a certain line, pointing fingers becomes completely moot.

That kind of leads into a huge problem that certain people seem to have with this show... 'Who do I root for?' That's just it, you don't. These are human beings. You root for your favorite larger than life athlete, you root for your favorite bad ass pro-wrestler on TV, you root for the good guys, the home team... That's all escapism... And if you flipped on 'Flaked' to escape you are in for a rude awakening. There is no one to root for... Unlike the pretty picture we get to paint for the world with the internet and the dozens of social media sites available at the push of a button. If there was a camera on us all day, we'd be painted however the editing team deemed necessary... Trust me, even good people do awful things and make terrible decisions. We don't get to ride a white horse and ask people how the view is from down there. It's less about judging Chip or Dennis (David Sullivan) or George (Robert Wisdom) and their less than pretty tactics to achieve their goals than it is just falling into these characters & the uneven grooves of their lives and hopefully learning a thing or two along with them. Lessons aren't promised but they are everywhere, it's up to the character and ultimately the viewer if they want to soak them up or not.

Working the steps. Making amends. How can anyone do any of this being so deeply flawed? Or even demand others to do it? I'd tell you that it was impossible, but I'd be lying. It's almost easier to think that it's not. Ive seen men and women battle their inherent pension for self-destruction and I've seen ugly victories that are ironically beautiful, it's not easy. It's never just as simple as adopting 'Cooler's passive attitude for a means to start over and make lemonade from rotten lemons. Sure you can make it, but no one said it would taste good. 'Fake it till you make it.' That's what they'll tell you at AA and NA meetings... And you know what is so fucking infuriating? Not only are they right, but you can actually apply it to anything... Whether it's about sobriety, mending relationships, entering a field you aren't completely comfortable with, or rebuilding after a natural disaster. 

I know I'm asking a lot, but this is a big one for me... And I literally just lost a massive amount of my personal belongings to a major Hurricane... So bear with me. I hope by now, you trust my storytelling abilities anyway. In my storied but short life there was a time when I was DJ, and I think setting the tone with music can be an even more powerful tool than we know it to be. This ones an easy find... '(sandy) Alex G - Powerful Man'. There you go, that's it. The show actually started with this track, but I thought it a perfect piece to end on. We all have our own lives. There are ups. There are downs... And then there's all those horrible 'in-betweens'. We do the best we can with the cards we're dealt, sometimes that best isn't good enough. Sometimes people kick you when you're down, sometimes we deserve that kick... And sometimes we need a little empathy and any spare love & light or fighting spirit others have to give. Never root for others to lose, no matter how bad they fuck up... You never know when you'll be lying in that ditch with the rest of the human race. 

**************Written by Kevin Cage***************

TVTime/FB/Twitter/IG/Tumblr/Pin/Path: @SpotlightSaga
Now on Letterboxd for Film Reviews!

http://www.tvtime.com
http://www.facebook.com/spotlightsaga
http://www.spotlightsaga.com
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// Kevin Cage // Justin O'Malley // Cody Cole //
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August 2017

Nothing seems to be going Chip’s way. Maybe if he was less of an asshole...

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July 2017

DENNIS IS SO BORINGGGG

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