Brittany Runs a Marathon
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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This episode was refreshingly whimsical and untethered in comparison to the freighted story lines we've seen so far.
"A New Start" feels like an appropriate name for an episode that seemed to give Arrested Development the kick in the butt it needed to really come to life.
And, after two hours of set-ups, we finally get to the aptly titled "A New Start," the first truly brilliant chapter of the new batch.
Much like George Sr., Tobias Fünke is a character who works better in small doses, and so the character-specific episodes of season four don't really work with him front and center.
"A New Start" sports a wealth of top-notch Tobias slapstick and double-entendres.
"A New Start," on the other hand, is an experiment with a greater degree of success-a quantity with which Tobias is less than familiar.
Maria Bamford is one of the few new guest stars who feels like she fits in right away, as opposed to being an awkward tack on. Pieces are falling into place.
This episode had everything... More specifically, it called back to the previous Lindsay-centric episode, demonstrating how increasingly intertwined these new installments are becoming.