26 Jul 2013• • 13 Comments
Here are the screen caps and clip of the season 3 premiere of NTSF:SD:SUV::, inwhich Summer Glau plays a fake nerd girl "who seduces nerds with her chunky frames and then steals their collectibles".
It was refreshing seeing Summer Glau in Adult Swim's police procedural parody show NTSF:SD:SUV::, she should do more comedies. Summer talking rubbish about the Tardis and the Fantastic Four is the funniest thing I saw today. And that's just a sample of the many pop culture references spread throughout the episode. As an aside, Summer is a good sport about playing a nerdy seductress, especially when you know that she's adored by millions of genre fans.
You know what's wrong about NTSF:SD:SUV::? It's too short. Despite that, we get to see Summer Glau in funny scenes; Summer's character tries to seduce Special Agent Trent Hauser (Paul Scheer) and she and Abigail Spencer engage in a catfight (watch the clip to see who wins).
That said, I'm very disappointed by tonight's episode. Where is the scene inwhich Summer Glau is dressed up as princess Leia? Hopefully it will be in the DVD specials ;-)
More seriously, we'd love to hear your impressions of NTSF:SD:SUV‘s season premiere “Comic Con Air” ? Check out the three clips and a sample of the screen caps of tonights episode.
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Message #8 | Cegorach | 31 Jul 2013, 12:33 GMT
One of funnier episodes of the show. Several moments come to mind: the utterly ridiculous Otaku wielding this surreal sword which is actually really sharp, the absurd insistence on money saving from the guy ready even to jump from the plane for a pillow which is "for free", the unreal smartphone app which can "switch off" a plane in a moment, the blow up a plane button and of course the fake nerd girl thing.
For some reason I found the moment where Trent was being strangled by fake Hulk hands especially funny. Such an unusual weapon!
Seduction scene was funny on so many levels but I also loved the fight scene where she was tossed like a doll into a luggage compartment - it reminded me all those fighting scenes in the TSCC where Cameron was throwing people with no effort. Nice payback for their suffering!
Two things are certain - I'd take this plane instead of Ryanair if it was a direct flight to London and that Magic the Gathering player deserved what he got by the simple fact he played this evil game.
BTW Were this glasses similar to the ones she was wearing in the flashback scenes in the Dollhouse?