You know what I fucking hate about this show?
I know for a FACT that every single character loved the Wu-Tang Clan because the writers think it's like so xD hilarious to ironically do randum stuffs lol
Think about it. Try to imagine it. Every single fucking character on Archer would make the fucking Wu-Tang hand symbol.
>Every single fucking character on Archer would make the fucking Wu-Tang hand symbol.
Pretty much every single person I know would make the fucking Wu-Tang hand symbol. Kids who were born after ODB died. Fucking Mexicans who hate fucking black rap would do the signal and call the clan badass.
You don't like the Wu-Tang Clan cocksucker?
The point isn't that I don't like the Wu Tang clan, the point is ...
The point is futile to try to make to the sort of reddit-tier posters who pretend the issue is whether I like the Wu Tang clan.
The point you're trying to make is you think it's another example of random humor, this universal liking of a, to you old rap group when it is still pretty common to like them, especially now with RZAs new publicity.
You think it's like hipsters and pixel art, retro games and shitty t-shirts. Linking shit to a group of characters to be funny.
All the comments about your like or dislike of the clan is because that fucking OP statment was retarded.
That isnt random at all, its almost a cliche at this point how every white guy and girl in the 90s listened to Wu-Tang in college, you need to educate yourself more on white american culture.
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx and Liquid Swords are both great, generally agreed upon to be the best two solo Wu Tang albums.
The production on Enter the Wu Tang is either love it or hate it. Wu Tang Forever has better production but it's worse (even though it still has some great songs.) Ghostface Killah is probably the most consistent of the members.
Did those people actually explore the genre some? I hate how people only know rappers from that era like Wu Tang (and probably can't name half the members), Tupac, Biggie, Jay Z etc.
Guys/groups like Big Pun, Big L, Mobb Deep (and listen to more than Shook Them Part 2), CunninLynguists, Lootpack, Geto Boys, UGK (and really any good southern rapper not named Big Boi or Andre) were all great and nobody I know except my friend who loves hip hop talks about them now.