Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Reynard369, Feb 15, 2012.
I laughed my ass off at that one!
the shield was the best for me as well, didnt like the way oz ended
House of Cards.
I'm also looking forward to the last episode of the Simpsons, not because I think it will be good but because it will be about ten to twenty years after they should have put it out of its misery.
The Larry Sanders Show and The Sopranos
Oz should have ended after the first part of Season 4.
Was this when Beecher was getting his arms and legs broken by Stabler?
When Adebisi died, the show started going downhill. And completely jumped the shark with the experimental aging drug deal, what crap.
When they started training dogs for the blind I tuned out.
The Wire, best of all time.
Now you are a speakin muh language!
Skins first generation was great, just watched it. Was actually really good, each generation sucks more and more.
Friday Night Lights - One of my favorite shows in recent memory, I am still surprised this was not more popular
Boston Legal - I have to agree with a previous poster here
I gave up on second gen maybe 2 eps in but recently rewatched the first gen so I just downloaded and started watching 3rd gen. So far ok but nothing great really, they are attempting to use well demarcated archetypes (queen bitch, metalhead etc) and it sorta gets annoying + they don't manage to intertwine enough character development , merely covering the main storyline (i.e. if the episode is about Liz then they sorta forget many characters), you don't get the same feel of a richer and evolving world out there involving barely seen characters and extras.
because you didnt get it...and still arent.
remember the ep when Tony And Buccala are fishing in the ep when shit hits the fan with NY and they hide out in a cabin somewhere ( i think the sixth last ep or close to the ending) and they discuss death,one of them says ' and then bam,just nothing but darkness or nothingness" or something to that effect...foreshadowing
I'm going to preemptively declare the series finale of Breaking Bad as the best of all time.
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