The Great Indoors (S01E19) “Ricky Leaks”

Review:   The wrath of a disgruntled IT guy is far-reaching, and the team finds this out the hard way. When Ricky (Rory Scovel), their IT guy overhears them gossiping about him, it sets him in a rage. When he asks for a simple apology from Jack (Joel McHale), which he of course refuses, it…

The Great Indoors (S01E18) “Party Paul”

Review:   Can confirm. Paul is not a cat. Coming in from a night of drunken debauchery Jack (Joel McHale) and Roland (Stephen Fry) are faced with a very angry Brooke (Susannah Fielding). Roland had “forgotten” to meet up with Paul (Andrew Leeds) yet again, and he can’t find a good excuse to satisfy Brooke’s needs….

The Great Indoors (S01E17) “Cubicles”

Review: Jack (Joel McHale) is fed up with the open concept arrangement that is in the outdoor limit’s office. Between the ping pong brainstorm with Clark (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) and Mason (Shaun Brown), and Esther (Deborah Maker Jr) making “water”, it’s complete chaos. There is no way for him to attend to important matters, such as…

The Great Indoors (S01E16) “Aaron Wolf”

Review: Jack (Joel McHale) is all about being authentic and true to the outdoors, that’s why it has been so important for him to be a wealth of knowledge and experience for the rest of the team. Since he has found this new sense of accomplishment and has been able to connect to the team…

The Great Indoors (S01E15) “Relationship Jack”

Review:   If you were looking for unicorn giggles and the cuddle kraken, you have come to the right place. The sickeningly sweet obsession that Jack (Joel McHale) has developed for Rachel (Maggie Lawson) proves to be troublesome for all parties involved. And when it hinders his ability to work, it can only go downhill…

The Great Indoors (S01E14) “Friends Like These”

Review:   What’s in the box? Don’t worry, it’s not a severed head, it’s an adorable kitten. Just another day in the life at the outdoor limit’s headquarters. What misadventures did the crew get into this week? Stay tuned! Jack (Joel McHale) and Rachel (Maggie Lawson) seem to be the perfect match, dare I say…

The Great Indoors (S01E13) “DTR”

Review:   Commitment phobia, thruples and penis tracing are all accounted for in this episode. Jack (Joel McHale) has decided to try to dive back into the dating pool, hoping to find the right woman who doesn’t want something serious so when date 3 arrived and Rachel (Maggie Lawson) asks where Jack sees the relationship going…

The Great Indoors (S01E12) “Paul’s Surprise”

Review:   This episode answers the age old question whether an otter’s face can be face swapped. Yes. Yes it can. The office is alive with the sounds of otter admiration and the impending re-engagement party that Brooke (Susannah Fielding) and her fiancé Paul (Andrew Leeds) are putting on. In fact we actually get to…

The Great Indoors (S01E11) “Mason Blows Up”

Review: A penguin and a pistol full of booze.It’s just another normal day in the office of Outdoor Limits.  With Jack hoarding all the good stories for himself, there is little left for the team to do. He is tested when Mason discovers something amazing when he goes on assignment for a mundane article featuring…

The Great Indoors (S01E10) “The Explorers’ Club”

Review: Insults and poop jokes reign supreme in this episode.  Roland (played by the brilliant Stephen Fry) is being recognised by the Chicago Adventure Society and must make an appearance. This is where adventurer royalty hangs out and  Jack informs the team that they are going as well. They need to experience the spectacle first hand.  Emma…

The Great Indoors (S01E09) “The Mediocre Outdoors”

Review: This fun packed adventure takes the team on a trip into the wilderness. Rattlesnakes, No Phones and a pack of howling “Squirrels”..Oh my! When Jack learns that Mason, Emma and Clark have never ventured into the great outdoors, he aims to change that. I mean they are working for an Outdoor publication after all,…

The Great Indoors: (S01E08) “Office Romance”

Review:   Secrets and office romance are highlighted in this episode. And we are able to see just how smitten Clark is with Emma. It’s cute in a creepy, obsessive kind of way. Jack has finally become privy to Clark’s crush, and he is determined to help the poor guy out. So with a request…