and all I could think is...
Why the hell isn't he using a wide push broom?
Doug Stamper, world's least dynamic lover. o.O
A fairly faithful, but entirely soulless adaptation. One might even say it seems to have lost its ghost. Is but a shell. That would be an exceptionally cliched thing to say. Which would be entirely appropriate.
Wish there were a way to validate someone has watched a show before rating it.
It was quite good, better than I expected. Lionel is the hero we deserve, though all the main characters demonstrated worthy development arcs. Made me a little wistful for college even.
Within minutes, I'm saying, "Wow, I'm totally a Lionel." And then I was like, oh shit, too real. And then...crap, someone read my diary.
So well executed. The acting was great, the writing excellent. Loved it.
At that point, you just call it a day and let everyone fend for themselves.
All she would need to do to foil the shooter is fire her gun into the air. Well, sooner than that...
Who the hell let all those damn uniformed Nazis into Beacon Hills?
Am I a bad person because on seeing gunman roll up while transporting a prisoner, my first thought would be to shoot the prisoner in the gut and then threaten to de-brain him if they don't back off?
Why is Trevor still talking to that woman? Marcy sure heals quick from that incision to her neck. Did she use her magic healing plasma wand? In front of Davis? My eye sockets can't handle this much eye rolling.
Perhaps conveyance of a sense of dreaming wasn't the wises of choices. Just as it is with a dream, the doings and fate of the characters therein, largely irrelevant. It's just drifting through noise.
Good episode. Though they really missed a golden opportunity.
When Steel went to the crate of explosives to be piled on by the zombies, he should have said, "Bite my shiny metal ass!" as he was leading them to it.
Hey, they are staying true to the comics. This is the same point I was out on that journey too...
So so good...
And double the episodes of the previous two seasons. All projections into a very possible, and often frightening, near future. One even has, imo, a happy ending. That's not something you would have gotten with only three episodes...
In Season 3, she's going undercover in the seediest government agency of them all, the DMV!!!
Throw my wife off the roof, I am not carrying your crazy ass to the hospital, baby or no...
I like Android's swagger chip.
That Cam, a drug addict, and Garrett, a vagrant, aren't ALREADY in the system...smh...
Seriously, I'll be disappointed unless everyone in this family finds their way into a Siberian gulag.
Five, when given the choice, picks the gun that's bigger than she is...
At this point, I'm rooting for the Abbies. All these people are horrible.
Steve Trevor is such a useless meatbag...
So far, this show appears to be a rather sad, slow bit about a man who is compelled by god to beat women and children...
They make an ingress valve...WITH NO CAMERAS OR MICS? Why? Conjugal visits between the outside world and the infected? No windows?
I was immediately screaming at the TV, "How is shutting down cell towers and NAPs to non official communication not part of first response?"
Squarely in my "not my thing" bin...
That the bandage was applied to her hair really threw off my immersion.
What is up with that coat Felicity is wearing?
what you just described isn't a daisy chain, it's hub and spoke architecture...o.O
Apparently, if I want to meet a nice con man or rapist, I should ride the train. Modern Family keeps teaching me new things. o.O