- Apr 26, 2008
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Westworld S3. I don't know what the fuck is going on. Which host is in Charlotte?
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I'll disagree on the 1 episode stories, and agree with everything else. Fantastic ending to the season.The show has an uneven gait, it started off hot, then got a little slow, then picked up again, slowed and then sped up again
Everyone knows that 7 of 9 is in the series so clearly the Borg have to be included. Besides the clip doesn't provide any context so you are ok to view it
Everyone hated 1 episode short stories. That is what almost prematurely killed Enterprise, Deep Space 9 and Voyager. Discovery and Picard have not made that mistake
Another show that should've been a miniseries. I watched the first episode of season 3 and instantly forgot what happened. Can't say I care.Westworld S3. I don't know what the fuck is going on. Which host is in Charlotte?
I think S2 gets a bad rap from simply being different from S1 (how could it not be? The big mystery is revealed) and getting a lot of internet backlash, but I think it really wasn't so bad. It was complicated in a way that turns off casual viewers but which is in keeping with the general theme (S1 was equally complicated, but had more surface-level appeal for people who just want to ignore it).S1 made sense and was great. S2 was a jumbled mess and no one knew wtf was happening. S3 isn't a complete jumbled mess like S2 but not as good as S1.
Have not watched Cobra Kai yet, but this video was made years before and is a pretty decent take on the original movie:HOLY SHIT — IT’S COBRA KAI!
So this is probably old news, but holy shit! I’ve tried jumping jacks, calling friends, meditation apps and other nonsense, and this was the only thing that took my blood pressure back down to where it should be. Twenty-five bucks for the first two seasons on Amazon, and worth every penny.
Thirty-five years after the All Valley tournament, we revisit a fifty-ish Johnny and Larusso, one the owner of a successful car dealership, the other a pretty much worse-off version of Al Bundy. Their fates are intertwined once again when Johnny decides to reopen the infamous Cobra Kai dojo. I love shows like this. Like Changing Lanes or House of Sand and Fog, there really isn’t a bad guy or antagonist — just two well-developed characters at odds with one another. I know that in a couple of days, I’m going to be jonesing for season three.
I no longer watch football (soccer) but this is a great series apparently.Season 1 was fascinating: the documentary was going to be about Sunderland trying to make it back up into the Premier league after being relegated. Instead, Sunderland had to deal with the prospect of being relegated to an even lower division. Season two out now.