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Patrick Alan Davis
Inferior to the previous episodes but always priceless
Dave Franco and Christopher Mintz-Plasse hilarious duel to see who's the first to laugh and lose the competition of teasing each other with sexual innuendos mixed pop culture references reaches a third part with this episode spoofing "Kill Bill". Always gay for each other, this instance has the guys playing as the dangerous girls from Tarantino films with Franco playing Beatrix Kiddo and Mintz-Plasse as O'Ren Ishii...so, yes they're lesbians now.
The setting was great, the dialogue exchange wasn't much interesting this time and something was missing. Maybe it's just me. The previous episodes always managed to have something truly funny going, their challenge there was brilliant and inspired; here it was a little empty. But gotta admit: the ending was freaking hilarious, somewhat exciting but hilarious. They're so adorable that I wouldn't mind a fourth part coming this year. Let that happen, Funny or Die. 8/10
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