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I managed to see “Ted 2” as it seemed to be preparing for its theatrical exit. It was down the hall on the right. That’s often a sign.


Do you remember “Bicentennial Man”? My memories of going to see it with my father are quite fond, though I’m not sure that it was widely acclaimed among the general populace. It was one of those Robin Williams films that didn’t really take particular pains to hold especially close to what a random person might seek from Robin Williams. Anyway, “Ted 2” is basically like “Bicentennial Man”. But instead of being a Robin Williams movie that doesn’t always explicitly feel like one, it’s a Seth MacFarlane thing that definitively delivers on what one would expect from that.


Bonus Question! 

Best Ted? Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of these Unites States! 

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