I had to watch it twice because I was like, "Did I miss something?" The actual plot has no relevance which is frustrating when you've invested your time in this mystery only to have it not matter. For me, the parts that I do find funny (basically anything John Goodman says or does) don't make up for that. I know a lot of other people feel differently though. If nothing else, it's a must watch because of its ubiquity in pop culture.
That's the inherent risk with droll humor. It's going to hit everybody differently or it might not hit people at all. (Humor in and of itself is very sub