We need a virus to clean up our government? So be it! #LastManOnEarth pic.twitter.com/zIfhPTU4C9
— BabyPops™ (@synaestatic) March 6, 2017
The Last Man on Earth returned yesterday after its winter break with a triumph episode starring pretty much just Kristen Wiig giving a brilliant performance. Yet, there was one scene that has left everyone talking about it.
The Fox sitcom takes place in the future, and yesterday’s episode took place around 2020. During that time, the 46th President of the United States Mike Pence rules America. When and how he took over from 45 we don’t know, but what we do know is that he dies from the virus that is quickly wiping out almost all of the World’s population. Since it is killing everyone in its path, we also lost Potus 47 Paul Davis Ryan, Jr, POTUS 48 Rex Wayne Tillerson, POTUS 49 Steven Terner Mnuchin, POTUS 50 Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III and POTUS 51 Betsy DeVos. I guess that is proof that 45 really will kill us all.
Crap they just took a hilariously funny moment and made me just want to go ball up into a fetal position and cry until there is nothing left to cry.
No seriously, if you are not watching The Last Man on Earth, you are missing out on one of the funniest shows on television that is full of heart. A lot of heart and that is why I love it so much. While most of Apocalyptic shows, end up with it being about humans vs humans like The Walking Dead, Z Nation and Leftovers, on LMOE the surviving human become a family. That is why I get bored with all of those Zombie dramas, which are no longer about people vs the Undead. Instead, they are about survivors battling it out with other survivors. How can humankind survive that? You know what I mean. I want to believe if there were only a few of us left, we would get along and not try to kill each other. Just like on Last Man where the nerdy dude gets to procreate with almost all of the last women on Earth. A tough job, but somebody has to do it. I said, ‘do it!’
On that note since that is Tandy’s (Will Forte) humor, I will once again implore you to watch The Last Man on Earth every Sunday at 9:30p on Fox!