Tell me your least favorite Letterkenny Episode,

  1. I see a lot of hate for, "Kids with Problems" which makes me think that y'all have never had a good ol' fashioned sit-down at a church/after-school activity. The mannerisms were spot on.

  2. The whole show dropped off after season 6. The slow mo scenes got way too gratuitous, the humor dried up, and everything felt too forced. It was such a good show and then it completely fell off.

  3. I think you need to watch it again, Season 7 is as good as any other season for me and better than quite a few.

  4. Gratuitous Noah and Anita Dyck jokes are dumb as fuck and absolutely hilarious. Edit: the Dycks aren’t dumb.

  5. I know this is a fartbook appreciation post, but I gotta say that the cold open from Dyck Meat (Katys big tarts) is absolutely my favorite cold open.

  6. No racisms, no sexisms, no homophobias, no bigotrys of any kinds. Pert near anything that Professor Tricia wouldn't approve of. Swears are okay, slurs are not.

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  8. Fartbook is definitely my least favorite so far, mainly because I don't find farts that funny. It's fine to sprinkle those jokes in here or there, but gets way too much for me when the entire episode is centered around them.

  9. I found the season when Wyane sat in the woods and watched Excuse me, Please and Thank You to be a total slog. There was nothing funny about that recurring joke to me, and him not interacting either the townsfolk was really missed. I can't remember if that was the winter season, but during the winter season when Katie had 2 model bfs were also really boring and a lot of the jokes felt so flat to me.

  10. I literally cannot pinpoint why, but definitely Fartbook. I find fart jokes funny, but I'm glad others share my opinion.

  11. It slightly bothered me that they kept calling Don Cherry a great guy, because he's not. Although I realize Keeso played Cherry in a movie.

  12. Fartbook just makes it so hard to recommend the show. It takes them a while to figure out and get the show really rolling, but you need some of the background. So you have to be like “look, trust me, it’s good, but skip episode 3 and come back to it later”.

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  14. Am I the only one who kinda liked Fartbook? Like, yeah okay maybe not the best episode to do for your THIRD EVER episode, but it wasn’t like… the worst thing ever.

  15. Honestly I like it more than a couple of the episodes in the latest two seasons. There are a few points where it feels like they were just doing fan service instead of making the actual show, and it was a let down. It's not great but I've never understood the fartbook hate. Like, if you can't make it through Fartbook, you're probably not gonna have a good time with the rest of the show.

  16. Definitely Fartbook. Suprising that so many are saying Kids with Problems, I thought that episode wasn't bad, and interesting to see the boys show their age and not be good at something

  17. Fartbook is an awful 1st-season episode but if you pretend it’s like season 6 it’s pretty great. The references and acting are hilarious to me, especially Alexander de Jordy doing pretty solid impressions of the hicks and half the people in The Social Network.

  18. The first Dyck episode was one of the funniest ones. After that, I felt like they were beating a dead horse with the Dyck jokes.

  19. I can’t really watch the first season because I just see fartbook the whole time I always start my rewatch in the second season

  20. Do none of you remember Hard Right Jay? That episode was the closest I've been to skipping through, with the only redemption being that Tanis kicks his ass at the end

  21. That episode rubbed me the wrong way too because it underscored what a fantasy world Letterkenny really is. There’s no way there would be no one in a rural town of 5,000 people that wouldn’t agree with HRJ’s views. In reality the majority probably would — ESPECIALLY hicks like Wayne.

  22. The character was a terrible human, but the portrayal was great and the episode is great. They make him somehow ridiculous but also...I know a lot of people around here who say basically the same stuff and 100% believe it.

  23. Hard Right Jay was the first episode I ever saw and is still one of my favorites. I get why other people wouldn't like it, but Jay Baruchel as an alt-right dipshit is incredibly funny to me.

  24. I loved that episode. Hard Right Jay was a piece of shit, but it's satisfying watching every member of Letterkenny shut him down and ultimately kick his ass

  25. You may hate the content of the character Hard Right Jay, but no way do you believe it wasn't well executed and presented

  26. Maybe if she spent a little more time chesting on Wayne and a bit less cheating, they'd still be happy together.

  27. If I have to pick, probably Nut. Or maybe Prostate. Possible even Yard Sale Saturday (thanks to DIERKS). Definitely NOT Fartbook!

  28. Your first bit is your subjective bit. The second bit you've insulted a large part of the viewerbase. Makes sense that a few of those insulted people would down vote the insulting comment. Get your head out of your ass

  29. Especially the number of people who say Fartbook, but specify it would be a fine episode in a later season. What? It's a good episode or it's not, why does it matter what season it's in? I wonder at this point how many are saying Fartbook simply because it's the "agreed upon" episode to hate on Reddit, kind of like Nickelback and Taco Bell.

  30. idk maybe I'm just easy to please but I love them all, Fartbook included. Even the ones where the A storyline isn't the best, usually have Reilly and Jonesy in some funny shenanigans or something else to make up for it. It's a good show, I don't really have any complaints lol

  31. Wasn't the sleepover episode in the last 2 seasons? I think that episode was fucking peak, that one really captured what Winters growing up in small-town Canada felt like for me.

  32. Honestly season 9 had a couple duds for me, but I never found Red Card Yellow Card very funny 🤷🏻‍♂️

  33. I recently did a rewatch and enjoyed, to varying extent every episode. Except 'kids with problems'. Skipped that one half way through

  34. I find this a little amusing, because that was one of my favorites out of the most recent couple seasons. Different strokes

  35. Fartbook is just an instant skip. If it was episode one or my first introduction I would have stopped watching.

  36. I loved the S10E1 bit with Dierks because he drops straight truth on Anik. "If you want to date a badboy you cant get upset when he does badboy things" or something like that

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  38. I fucking love A Fuss at the Golf Course! It's got one of my two favorite Wayne throwaway lines in it. When Mrs. McMurray slurs at the end and he goes "You're fuckin hammered, eh?" The way he just throws it out is hilarious!

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  40. Fartbook also has one of my favorite scenes when they're questioning pastor Glen and he does the leg cross thing from that movie but he's wearing pants.

  41. The whole bit about cutting out the middle man and bringing the internet to you was good, the rest of the episode was trash

  42. Completely agreed. That episode makes me cringe. Dary's always a bit clueless but this episode suddenly downgrades Squirrely Dan from an intelligent and worldly feminist man to someone who's sure he can "win" Bonnie by farting in a hot tub they're all sitting in. It's just weirdly inconsistent characterization.

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