Go lick a boot, Mark
The ending of the episode!! I’m absolutely hooked!
That disclaimer in the beginning really ruined the suspense of the ending.
Still another amazing episode
That ending was really something. Helly wanted to show her Outie what she could do to her. Crazy, but from a story perspective, it was brilliant writing.
Jesus what an ending! It was almost inevitable but I thought this would be more of a late-game change over happening so soon!This show is really great and I'm sad it might not get the recognition it deserves due to being on Apple TV. Can't wait for next week!
This is amazing!! I can't get enough of this show. I really hope it stays strong all the way to the end.
75 | It was clever writing to make the characters split personalities in their office and outside the office. Especially Helly who was very rebellious and wanted to quit her job, but what made it interesting was her outsie who disallowed her own resignation. There was a story behind her behavior, might be she is part of something bigger. For Mark, his outsie was believing in Petey and trying to find out what is the secret of Lumon company, but his office worker self still disbelieving. With a reveal that Irving found, sooner or later, Mark, Helly, Dylan, and Irving going to team up to solve the puzzle and get out of that hell.
P1: 1.2P2: 1.5P3: 1.5P4: 1.5
Director: Aoife McArdle
1.4: Adam Scott as Mark1.4: Britt Lower as Helly1.3: John Turturro as Irving1.2: Zach Cherry as Dylan1.1: Christopher Walken as Burt1.1: Patricia Arquette as Harmony Cobel
Written by Kornelius Harda Wicaksana
I am so captivated by this show. I stumbled across it not having heard anything about it - just saw a promo in front of another show and I decided to check it out. So glad I did.
I keep getting “Welcome to Night Vale” vibes.
In early episodes, I thought the twisty white corridor maze of halls was a metaphor for the rat race - they’re like rats in a maze. But the more I watch, the more I find myself thinking about a twisty white maze of a different sort: the human brain with its crenellations. Given how the show is exploring the brain in ways both physiological and psychological, I have to wonder if the second interpretation might be closer to the Mark. And I keep thinking about the show’s intro, which at one point has claymation Mark sitting at his station, working inside his own head. How much of what we’re seeing at Lumon is real? Is any of it? Is this all a Twilight Zone spin on the Pixar movie Inside Out, with the characters all representations of different aspects of the mind, and their departments the different areas of the brain?
This show has actually helped me to appreciate my job more.
Oh wow. The attempts to break Helly and bring her in line reminded be of the 'cookie' training in Black Mirror (keeping it vague to save spoiling that episode). Irving and Burt are such cute little oddballs! Shame it looks like optics isn't what they seem.
This show is so so underrated. Love it.
Adam Scott makes clay sculpture, where have I seen this before :smirk::triumph:
Another deep dive into the proverbial rabbit hole...
This show is starting to grow on me
This show is soooo good, i can't tell if I like it being episodic (so it feels like it will last longer) or would rather be able to binge watch it.
That's really getting so interesting
I don’t know what is happening.
With this episode, the show became unmissable. I love everything about this show, but especially the aesthetic.