When Olaf gives his "interruption" announcement for the beginning of the sideshow, Sunny mumbles, saying (according to the subtitle): "Merde." This word, in this case, has a double meaning, as "merde" is a phrase many in show business use to wish each other good luck before giving a performance. It is also, however, a French swear word, the closest translation being "s***," something that might be said by someone who is interrupted by a villain while learning valuable information from an ally. See more »
As someone who enjoyed the 2004 movie, I really went into this series with eagerness and excitement and I was pleasant surprised. Just finishing season 2 and my jaw dropped that I need season 3 now.
Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, brings something else and new to the role and I love it. The acting troupe is hilarious and the supporting characters supporting the three children are all amazing and quirky. The three Baudelarie children are delightful and interesting and I hope to see more of them together.
The show is brilliantly written and takes the books to a new tale and I've not read the books so I am going into this excitement and eager for more
I need season 3 now
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