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Free for All (2003)
Liked it a lot. Great show.
9 November 2005
I was a huge fan of the comic strip and thought moving it to TV might ruin its edgy humor...but it didn't. Juliette Lewis is awesome as it possible to be in love with a cartoon woman? And Angus the Ferret steals the show.

I watched all of the first season's episodes and liked almost every one. Some were absolutely, fall out of your chair funny. A couple were only OK. The humor got pretty raunchy, but was funny. And like I said, some stuff was outrageously good.

The episode with the IRS Agent is definitely the best.

All in all, a great show.
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Free for All (2003)
I really liked this!
24 November 2003
I didn't see the first 2 episodes, but I did see 4 or 5 of them. And what I saw, I loved! First of all, the ferret is awesome. Actually, the ferret makes the show. Grandma is funny in sortof a sick way. I couldn't really get into the character of Clay, but that's probably because I had a hard time getting past the fact that the guy doing the voice just isn't very interesting. Johnny's funny and Paula (played the smoking hot Juliette Lewis) is absolutely great. This show rivals SOUTHPARK and I wish I had known about it sooner. If this were on HBO instead of Showtime, everybody in the world would be huge fans. On the other hand, it probably wouldn't be as edgy. I can't wait for season 2. I'm a big fan.
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Simply awesome!
5 March 2003
You know they've made a great Texas film when OU fans start a campaign to give it low ratings! This is a must see! Matthew McConaughey is awesome...a very pleasant surprise. Willie Nelson is the incomparable Willie Nelson. And the rest of the cast is a who's who of Texas football fans and personalities. The story itself is a great rags to riches one. Very inspirational and emotional. Definitely worth the hour I spent watching it. Royal had a very special way of leading his teams to three National Championships that combined his unique sound-bytes and a fatherly demeanor. As the film says, he led in a time when we needed heroes, and Texas fans surely found one in Darrell Royal. I highly recommend for any sports fan as well.
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