Arrested Development. Freaks and Geeks. Party Down. These are all shows that were taken from us far too soon which, as we all know, can cause uncontrollable tears, fatty food binges and anxiety over rumors of a movie adaptation.
HBO's Bored to Death has just been added to the list of shows unjustly ripped from viewers before even coming close to jumping a shark. BOO, HBO. Boo.
But fear not -- though we mourn the death of BTD, we have an opportunity to celebrate its life. Gothamist reached out to show creator Jonathan Ames upon learning of the cancellation, who then invited them and the rest of Brooklyn out for drinks tonight:
"I invite all fans of Bored to Death to come to the Brooklyn Inn tomorrow night, Wednesday, [Ed note: at 10PM, per Ames' Twitter account] and I'll buy you a drink. John Hodgman will be joining me and perhaps other local New York City actors from the show will be there, and we can all toast Bored to Death and a completely loony and improbable three-year run."
See you there, Ames.