@ZombiePie: I'd be willing to let you drunkblog Maken-ki if you let me drunkblog Maji De Watashi Ni Koi Shinasai. Or maybe the other way around? We can compare which one turns out to be more watchable.
@Sparklykiss: Yes, Crunchyroll is free (except for the absolute newest eps.) and they have recently been acquiring a lot more licenses than before.
Also, side note: we still need to create wiki entries for several of the upcoming season's shows.
Yes, yes x1000. Would definitely like to see more discussion about new episodes. It's hard to read a Watch and Learn article about an episode that I watched around 2 moths ago and try to contribute to the discussion. When you're 6 episodes ahead of the current episode being discussed, it changes how you respond to discussion points being brought up by other users since you already know what's coming next and they might just be watching it for the first time.
I have a Crunchyroll account and am able to watch their new episodes the week they come out but I wouldn't mind if reviews came out a week late to allow for free viewers to have a chance to watch the shows without having to worry about spoilers.
Director David O Russel and Crew do the Hustle in a baroque comedic farce with some real humanity to it.