I just realized something, I can’t remember the last episode this season where they actually talked about Fantasy Football other than maybe in passing… It seems that this season has moved away from that, although it’s still the bond that holds them all together, and focuses more on just a group of friends that hate each other. I’m not complaining at all, don’t get me wrong, it just seems a little odd to me. In the past 2 seasons they’ve at least made an effort to talk about the match-ups almost every week or write in actually NFL stars, but this season just seems to be about what the group is doing outside of the league. Maybe I’m just tuning those parts out and they do indeed talk about football every week, but if that’s the case it must not be too important cause I can never remember it. Oh well, at least this week we get Eliza Dusku as a Krav Maga instructor. Nothing like Eliza Dusku running around in tight clothing.

The Light of Genesis

Kevin thinks his Krav Maga instructor (Eliza Dusku) might have feelings for him; Jenny tells Andre a secret; the guys must rescue Ruxin from a cult when Pete’s prank backfires.

Sadly I was a little disappointed with this week’s episode of “The League”, “It’s Always Sunny” was actually better than it for the first time in a while. I did like that they got back to the football talk and it was nice to see comedian TJ Miller getting some love since we just talked about him on the latest podcast, but I wasn’t feeling the episode as a whole. I actually felt kinda good that Taco finally came up with a decent idea and it paid off for him when he found all those ties at Ruxin’s cult church. So as a whole I was a little disappointed with the episode, but you can’t win them all. There were definitely some funny moments and funny lines, but coming off of PK Ruxin last week I knew it was going to be hard to keep that going.

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