In its third season The League is sharper and raunchier than ever, and the aforementioned cast members, as well as Mark Duplass, Jon Lajoie, Stephen Rannazzisi and Katie Aselton, score TDs with nearly every line.
While there's no doubt that The League's third season is off to an entertaining start, the show's main problem remains that it's a comedy about friendship that lacks sympathetic and emotionally identifiable characters.
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Feb 2, 2012This season of the show brought a ton of problems into the spot light. The writing has become insanely repetitive and actually somewhatThis season of the show brought a ton of problems into the spot light. The writing has become insanely repetitive and actually somewhat terrible at times. I didnt laugh nearly as much this season as I did in the two previous seasons. I am tired of seeing the characters in the same situations each seasons (bringing us back to the bad writing on the show) and they need to spice things up a bit.
Overall it was a rather average show this season and it was pretty disapointing. I loved the first two seasons but this show is getting stale.… Full Review »