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Spartacus was a span pf 1 season right?

Spartacus is in its 4th season now I believe. I am slowly chipping away at the 3rd season right now.
post #1352 of 2127
The actress who plays Andrea seems to have studied at the Linda Hamilton School of Bad Acting. She even rolls her shoulders the same way.

I'd have an easier time with my suspension of disbelief if these people actually looked like they were struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. They're all too well groomed and well fed. Is there a travelling hair stylist in the TWD world? Is she travelling with a landscaping crew? Woodlawn as a whole is too spiffy. An overgrown lawn, some broken windows, it needs something to keep it from looking like a branch of Premium Outlets.
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I'd have an easier time with my suspension of disbelief if these people actually looked like they were struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. They're all too well groomed and well fed. Is there a travelling hair stylist in the TWD world? Is she travelling with a landscaping crew? Woodlawn as a whole is too spiffy. An overgrown lawn, some broken windows, it needs something to keep it from looking like a branch of Premium Outlets.

That show Revolution was the worst at this, I didn't even bother to watch after the premiere. Everyone just looked like they stepped off of a model shoot.
post #1354 of 2127
Threads. Now that was a believable apocalypse.
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+1
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Threads. Now that was a believable apocalypse.

Was that the one about the garment industry?
post #1357 of 2127
No, it's about the great StyleForum meltdown of '08.
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The first season was just great. At first I thought the series was just another zombie splatter, then I sat a little longer and that scene came up. The man who saved Rick is pointing a rifle at his afflicted wife, tears in his eyes and full of left-loathing. He wants to end her misery and yet can't manage to squeeze the trigger. Ever since that episode I've been wondering where he and his son ended up. I'm sad to see how the series has evolved since the first season, but it's still a great creation.
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The first season was just great. At first I thought the series was just another zombie splatter, then I sat a little longer and that scene came up. The man who saved Rick is pointing a rifle at his afflicted wife, tears in his eyes and full of left-loathing. He wants to end her misery and yet can't manage to squeeze the trigger. Ever since that episode I've been wondering where he and his son ended up. I'm sad to see how the series has evolved since the first season, but it's still a great creation.
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Rumor has it that those two will make an appearance pretty soon
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post #1360 of 2127
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

The first season was just great. At first I thought the series was just another zombie splatter, then I sat a little longer and that scene came up. The man who saved Rick is pointing a rifle at his afflicted wife, tears in his eyes and full of left-loathing. He wants to end her misery and yet can't manage to squeeze the trigger. Ever since that episode I've been wondering where he and his son ended up. I'm sad to see how the series has evolved since the first season, but it's still a great creation.

The Pilot episode was excellent, the first season was ok with it's share of ups and downs. This season at least feels more even and much better than season 2.
post #1361 of 2127
What a bunch of non shooting boobs! All that lead flying in the final scene and only the convict gets shot.facepalm.gif
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ok great suddenly maggie is now an emo woman.
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That was an enjoyable episode. Don't they still have at least one fence/gate between the prison courtyard and the outside?
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Good episode
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

The actress who plays Andrea seems to have studied at the Linda Hamilton School of Bad Acting. She even rolls her shoulders the same way.

I'd have an easier time with my suspension of disbelief if these people actually looked like they were struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. They're all too well groomed and well fed. Is there a travelling hair stylist in the TWD world? Is she travelling with a landscaping crew? Woodlawn as a whole is too spiffy. An overgrown lawn, some broken windows, it needs something to keep it from looking like a branch of Premium Outlets.

Andrea is in a town though? 

They're pretty well off, I'm assuming they farm and whatnot

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