‘Stop! Stop! Stop! I’m doing something!’: 'I Think You Should Leave' is almost back
Tim Robinson’s iconic Netflix show debuted a trailer for its third season. PLUS: Elizabeth Olsen talks being Iced, 'Barbie' gets a new trailer, and will Hamill and Christensen return as Force Ghosts?
For this Friday edition of Popculturology, rejoice that I Think You Should Leave is less than a week away from returning.
The trailer for the upcoming season was one of many new trailers that hit the Internet over the past few days. There’s a new one for the brilliant Barbie movie. The upcoming Spider-Man video game also got a new trailer, sending me back to my scheming to get a PS5.
We’ll have two major series finales to go over in the next edition, with both Succession and Barry wrapping up their runs on Sunday.
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Feature Presentation: ‘We’re gonna go nuts’
Bonus Features: Rough rollout for Max
The News: Who might return as Force Ghosts, Elizabeth Olsen talks Multiverse and getting Iced
Trailer Watch: Barbie, The Flash, No Hard Feelings, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
Playlist: Ted Lasso, The Other Two
What to Watch: Happy Endings
Odds and Ends: Has it really been fifteen years since Iron Man opened?
‘We’re gonna go nuts!’
When you think of the most influential shows of the past few years, one show should be at the top of your list: I Think You Should Leave.
Crafted by Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin, the sketch series has left an indelible mark on pop culture over just a dozen short episodes.
Think of some of the iconic moments from the show.
“We’re all trying to find the guy who did this.”
“Now you have to marry your mother-in-law!”
“I don’t even want to be around anymore.”
“Fuck you, Harley Jarvis!”
Vulture’s Anne Victoria Clark even did a full deep-dive on how Coffin Flops came together.
I Think You Should Leave has been gone since its second season dropped on Netflix in July 2021. The drought ends next week, though, with the third season premiering on May 30.
Netflix released the first trailer for I Think You Should Leave’s new season on Wednesday.
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