Ripped-from-the-headlines cultural commentary aside, the show's main appeal is the old-school rat-a-tat
dialogue and its unstinting portrait of the clash between boomers and millennials in the workplace.
See, you're telling me, all we are is echoes.
Suntrap is on late, but it needn't be, because the humour is schoolboyish - groan-worthy puns, rat-a-tat
one-liners - and in the first episode there are so many bird-related jokes, someone must have studied avian humour at a pollytechnic.
shotgun delivery of the latest scores and stats goes starkly silent when there's talk of a Hartlepool score flash.
Think a younger, hairier Woody Allen, with the rat-a-tat
New Yoik drawl and delivery and you've got it.
With his rat-a-tat
mumbling he sucked you into his mind as he ranged wildly from topics such as modern vocabulary and science to the days when men were proud of their comb-overs.
After as visually stunning, but mostly stately, opening act, The Nutcracker erupts into exciting action after the interval with a rat-a-tat
of breathtaking dance routines.
This was a much slower process, but by opening night we'd gotten into the rhythm and now have that rat-a-tat
rivalry--that chemistry, that yin-and-yang factor that people always liked about Linda and me being together.
of penalties by McKenzie and Bedworth in the first quarter had left DK 6-3 ahead before Park full-back Iain Dixon pounced on spilt DK ball for a similar hack-and-gather try converted by Bedworth.
Director Mangold generates delicious tension from the claustrophobic motel setting, which is made all the more foreboding by the constant rat-a-tat
tat of rain on the apartment roofs.
Brilliant examples of classic tough-talking rat-a-tat
suspense writing are found in entertaining stories such as Fredric Brown's "The Wench is Dead" and James M.
With a rat-a-tat
stream of air kisses, co-star Lainie Kazan breathed in the cool air of the lobby with, "Enjoy yourself, but I have to take a break first.