Release date: Jan 21, 2011
Season count: 2
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Fred Armisen's series about the quirks and oddities of Portland makes for great television. How can you not love skits about a feminist bookstore, a rural Oregon farming cult, and the many hipsters that reside here? Check it you, and I promise you will laugh your ass off.
Being from Portland; first it's all buzzy.
Then it's almost funny,
then it's fucking tired.
So so tired. Ridiculously exaggerated to the point that I KNOW people that watch TV don't always understand what satire is.
Every once in a while there's a joke that's sort of funny and doesn't turn and go completely too hard to watch, but that's a rarity.
So sometimes the skits are actually funnier when someone tells you the plot as if Fred and Sara are quirky friends next door...but if your in PDX you need to see this show if for nothing but the joy of laughing at oneself...Hide and Go Seek League still one of my favorites!
This is such a funny show, particularly if you live in the Pacific Northwest. MANY of the sketches are only slightly more exaggerated than the reality. I think my favorite sketch involves the restaurant that tells you about the organic chicken that will be served: "His name is Colin..."