This show is something truly special.
After watching last week's episode, I thought Amy was written off and we would no longer see her again (seeing as she had not appeared in this season so far, it felt a bit like they were dealing with a loose end). However, she did "return" as we were treated to what other versions of David would be like, had he made different choices at certain points in his life.
This episode was quite a ride. It starts in a confusing note, taking you completely off the usual happenings of the show, but you are relatively quick to find out where you are once you get a little more information. In between David's various lives, they very subtly added events from our own David's life, I guess to show us that these were all possibilities... but then we get a "season 1 recap" and see the final moments of the previous episode again, reminding us that this is our reality.
This episode needs to be watched again to get every detail properly, but I gather that regardless of how terrible another life could be for David (from getting killed to becoming a rich prick), anything beats a reality where his sister is gone, which is incredibly sad and beautifully done.
Between this episode and the one focused on Syd's life, what a glorious show. (The Syd one is probably my favourite of all)
I cried a bit. That was weird. Amazing episode, acting, directing, music. Everything was top notch.
Magnificent and heartbreaking, it was an awesome hour of television, and a fitting way for David to mourn the loss of his sister Amy.
With such a sprawling cast, I'm disappointed that Noah Hawley didn't slide a few familiar faces from the Fargo universe into the background players.
So many people saying great episode but I’m having hard time understanding how this applies to the overall story line. To me it feels like a waste of time. Though great musical & visual journey.
They really cranked up drama all the way to 11 with this episode. Almost nothing story related happened, they just revealed a few things from the past. Everything else was just a random stuff from parallel universes.
the music in this show is just incredible
Holy shit. Amazing episode, I was holding my breath the whole time.
Can this show do any wrong? No. No, it cannot. Every episode feels like a dream of weird superhero poetry.
The rat who singed is awesome
what the heck happened in this episode???i really lost my mind watching it!!
all the things its saw its from a parallel universe??and at the end was the beginning of all?
a little help please :)
Hey, what, wtf is happening?!That will be anyone watching this episode XD
though, it is a very emotional amazing episode, as usual, Legion never failed me :)
This episode was good, but I'm already tired of not having a storyline to follow. I'm struggling with this show.
Tunnel scene is a nod to A Clockwork Orange and is fitting for David as a potential timeline.
I don't understand all the positive comments for this episode.It was a filler. It adds nothing to the overall story line. You could make an episode like this for any other show. The idea of parallel universes is not an idea that is unique to Legion.
gorecki's third symphony. i've always loved that piece. it's basically a modern equivalent of barber's adagio.
Fantastically made episode! I cried. I laughed at the singing rat... oh yeah, that happened! lol! Dan Stevens amazes me every time
The best thing about this episode was Bryan Ferry mouse. Apart from that, it was just another (pretty) filler. Can't wait to have the story moving forward, again...
This show just gets better and better.
Nothing else to say... Amazing!
I am in love with the aesthetic of this show.Simply amazing.