Alex Goldberger, on 11 June 2012 - 01:10 AM, said:
This latest appearance only furthers my view of Adam Pally/Bro as a strange comedy enigma. I don't really enjoy his unwillingness to play along with any of the show's regular stuff (as it's hard to tell how much is genuine versus being bad improv character work), but I totally enjoy Scott and Andy calling him out on it every time it happens.
Yeah, this episode was odd. It seems like "Bro" stopped being "Bro" at a certain point and slipped back into being Adam Pally. I feel like "Bro" was a little more committed to the character of "Bro" the first time he made an appearance as "Bro". Are you starting to get annoyed by the repetition of the word "Bro" in quote marks? Cuz I'm starting to get annoyed at myself for doing it, bro.
The thing is, Pally really showed he can commit to a character in Episode 123, with Amy Poehler. He even freestyle-rapped in the voice of David Fine, which was kinda amazing.