Why are some being people so aggressive and rude? Why does being a fan of one of them imply throwing crap at the others?! I love Jim Parsons. I'm sure the others are great actors too. I'm also sure there are a lot of other great actors who aren't on this list. And I'm aware of the fact that choosing a "best actor" is something subjective, especially if you do nothing related to arts , so I can't go around telling everyone "Jim Parsons IS the best" because that' s only my opinion. It's obvious that everyone has a different opinion, since we are all at the "receiving end" of a form of art. It doesn't hurt me trying to be respectful and polite, I'm sure it doesn't hurt anyone else. Sorry if something sounds weird, English is not my native language.moreless
Because Jim Parsons is genuinely not funny. He just plays a stereotypical common sense/social deprived genius (oxymoron I know). And if this stereotype was actually funny, congratulate the writers for making him. Not that the writers for BBT need congratulations for ruining what could have been a decent series...
My eyes are bleeding, because i saw that Jim Parsons has 38 percent of the vote. Yes, i voted Donald Glover, and ill be an unbiased fan and say that he isn't the most talented on that list. Steve Carell or Nick Offerman are, in my opinion, extremely good actors. But they don't need the help, so i went with Donald. But Jim Parsons? Really?
Actually, if you've ever listened to the writers of Community, they say that Donald improvs a lot of his lines. Sometimes the writers don't write certain lines for Troy because they know Donald will come up with something better. Not to dismiss Nick Offerman, who I'm sure is funny, but Donald is funny in his own right since he's a stand up comic and has written for 30 Rock. If he can write really good material, then he is genuinely funny as well.
Anyone over Nick Offerman is ridiculous. Anyone voting for Donald Glover needs to better understand the words comedic and actor then after they grab a basic concept of those words move on to understanding what a comedic actor actually is.
The latter, in a season 1 dvd "virtual set tour" Donald jokingly states, "Jim Parsons Punched me in the face." link for the video's http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XKIpAoFkI0&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL
It's strange how not a single one of these guys got nominated for a Golden Globe...and Nick Offerman inexplicably only has 4% of the vote for the same reason that Parks & Rec inexplicably has such low ratings on tv.com
1. I never said the live audience thing had to do with his acting skills. I'm not sure how you got that from what I wrote. English is not my native language, sorry if punctuation, spelling and/or grammar were wrong.
2. I've never had a problem with shows taped in front of live audineces or laugh tracks, but that's different for everyone. I respect the fact that some people just don't like them. I was just sharing a fact I know about the show.
3. Insults? Really? So rude. Personally, I laugh when I think something is funny. My brain doesn't need someone else's laugh to decide on that, but it doesn't bother me either. Again, that's just me; everyone is allowed to experience things in different ways :) .
Yes, and it's one of the dumbest live audience ever "seen". They laugh for everything, even the smallest thing not funny at all, while sometime they don't laugh at subtle, clever jokes. It's like they laugh at random.