Future Man: The Final Season
April 9, 2020 1:05 PM - Season 3 (Full Season) - Subscribe

Totally stoked for this. Who winds up with the vacuum-packed Johnson?
posted by No Robots at 2:42 PM on April 9, 2020

I loved the first season because it unabashedly showed the absurd consequences of time travel. The second season had some really funny bits but was overall less great.

This third season, I felt, took a couple/ three episodes to get back up to speed.

Less hilarious, a little more introspective. Nice gags to end the series and a play on the non-explanation explanation of time travel. I appreciated the gag on the casting decisions.

The mid-season "call me friend" gag was set up well, but the execution fell short. Loved the Haven gag, though.

Having spent a semester at Iowa State, really, Ames is a lot more dynamic town than its reputation.

Still not a fan of Seth Rogen.

Had no idea that Josh Hutcherson had been cast in "hunky" roles in the past (Red Dawn, Hunger Games, etc.). Good on him on taking on a self-deprecating goof role.

The poking fun at nerds felt more like 'Community''s take (lovingly deconstructed) than .. that other (stupid) show with the college kids... 'Big Bang Theory' (corporate mockery).
posted by porpoise at 5:28 PM on April 10, 2020 [1 favorite]

This was a great last season. I also loved the very end gag of "white-washing" the "real" people from the "true story".

I wonder how Susan and his robo-family will survive 2000.
posted by numaner at 1:44 PM on May 15, 2020 [1 favorite]

I just finished the last episode of season 3 about 2 hours ago and I'm just happy that I found this series eventually. Season 3 took another turn, which is good, and didn't succumb to too much horrible sentiment at the end, and for that I am glad. Literal lerf ert lerds over here.
posted by h00py at 7:03 AM on July 18, 2020 [1 favorite]

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