I think this is where it started going downhill.
Same as season 29, a mixed bag and lots of callbacks.
That fucking Spider-Man robot, wow.
A few good episodes but nothing amazing. A lot of "remember when we were good" callbacks.
Hannah John-Kamen needs to be in everything.
I think this could do with the episodes being maybe 15 minutes longer as they're quite shallow right now but it's saved by how weird and fascinated by everything that Jeff Goldblum is.
This was wild. I couldn’t stop watching.
I'm amazed at the restraint the writers had to not put Batman in this until the final episode (which was weird but whatever).
This is such a good series.
Paul Rudd is a treasure (and possibly immortal).
Not good enough that I'd watch it again, but very enjoyable.
They should stop now. Fun season, but totally lost the spark they had in the last two seasons.
Robin is the best.
I don't know how to feel about this. On the one hand there are some really funny moments. On the other, I hate every single character in the show. But I still watched it all so I don't know what that says.
Not the strongest season but I'm still very sad it's over.
It was interesting to get a better sense of the timeline and see some of the things that the police just never investigated.
Fucking hell these people.
This is what happens when Ricky Gervais stops being an arrogant dick for 20 minutes. Loved it.
This show keeps getting better.
I didn't really know anything about him beyond "murderer" so this was pretty interesting.
Also, he's not that hot.
They did pretty well with what they had to work with.
The whole show is a masterpiece.
This is surprisingly good, the writing is excellent. Reagan Revord is a ridiculously good actress.
The final scene is perfection.
Kathleen Zellner is amazing to watch, what a badass.