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Really? Seasons 2 and 3 were my favorites.
I liked it when it was political faction v faction (belt v earther v mars), but the deus-ex-machina kind of 'HEY ITS ALIENSSS!!' kind of turned me off.
 

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I feel like season 2 did that factional competition really well, and filled in the Martian side more while doing so. Yeah, there's the alien stuff, but to me, it's almost a McGuffin- you could sub in just about any shiny tech gizmo and the show would move along the same.

And all the best characters are still to come- Klaes Ashford, Camina Drummer, and Bobbie Draper are just fantastic.

There was a substantial plot point/shift at the end of 3 and I didn't enjoy season 4 as much. It's still good, and I'm looking forward to season 5, though.
 

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I saw End Game the week after opening weekend and the theater I was in didn't lose their mind in those scenes. Only time I remember the theater losing their shit was Star Wars Episode 2 when Yoda had his light saber battle.
 

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