bryan and neil

the negative Amazon reviews on American gods are hilarious


“If i could give this series a zero i would. One, it was too slow. I mean extremely slow. Two, you get lost in the whole thing, and not in a good way. And third, out of all the movies, tv shows, everything in my life, i have never been grossed out by a sex scene.“

“If you want a too quirky show that rolls around in liberal ideology. This is for you. If you are not a supporter of uber-liberal tripe, then skip this. Within the first couple of episodes, you get a thinly veiled black-lives rant, and multiple drawn out (way past any need to tell a story) gay/lesbian scenes that are simply gratuitous. Sad commentary on what passes for story telling.”

“One star with an explanation. The show is wonderful; visually stunning with the likes of Ian McShane leading an all star cast. Then? Then they went and did it; gay crap for the sake of, what? Appeasing the so called gay community? The scene was senseless. It added nothing to the story. All it was was a gay writer and/or director throwing in a disgusting scene for kids to see. Yeah, you can say no kids should be watching this show but, really? Of course they’ll be watching along with everyone else. So, there you have it. A shining show with a permanent black mark against it just to push forward political ideology in what is supposed to be entertainment. Parents, keep your young ones from watching. Who knows what further abnormal trash the creators have approved?”

“well…I was interested…until ep 2 begins with a self-indulgent, white-hating, racist diatribe…cancelling starz access…”


Thank you @neil-gaiman and Bryan Fuller for pushing your gay liberal agenda on us. 

  • William Bibbiani: Was Neil Gaiman adamant about anything? Was he ever like, "You have to nail this one part?"
  • Bryan Fuller: There was only one time where he said "Don't do that or I'll throw myself in front of a bus," and so we didn't.
  • William Bibbiani: What did you almost do?
  • Bryan Fuller: Well…
  • Michael Green: It yielded a better moment than we would've eventually had.
  • William Bibbiani: So it was like a plot thing…?
  • Bryan Fuller: It was just something that Shadow reacted to, that Neil felt he wouldn't have that reaction, and so we did not have that reaction.
Note for USAians who have access to the Starz apps

Starz releases its shows for users of the apps at midnight on the day of airing.

Basically, you’ll get American Gods 21 hours before it airs on the cable channel. 

Use this information wisely.