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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Dragonlordxxxxx, Dec 18, 2017.
One of my favorite actors lands the lead role in an adaptation for one of my favorite comics?
I came here to say how awesome the finale was, but my expectations were probably much lower than yours.
I'm not that connected to the show and yet this episode managed to hit my feels several times.
I'm really looking forward to next season.
Same. I'm still watching Gotham. It's a guilty pleasure of mine. The plot moves very fast (which I like) and the rogues gallery are very entertaining. It's still laughable at how every villain that dies is resurrected, but I understand why they're doing it.
I HATED that they inserted lil' Bruce Wayne and his "adventures" during the first 2 seasons but I've gradually resigned and accepted that stupid premise. Now that Bruce is of proper height and kicking ass, I'm kinda' digging it.
I think it gets better in the next 2 episodes. There were definitely some cringe moments in episode 1.
BUT I think comparing it to Gotham is unfair. The thing i don't like about Gotham is that it's just a giant tease. Who cares about a Gotham where Batman is 12? I don't find the "world" of Gotham interesting enough to have a whole show about it
And because Batman and his characters are so well known, i just cant get into this show's version of events
Krypton on the other hand is a show about something we don't know about, with characters and a world we don't know about.
When I watched 'Man of Steel' for the first time, I was immediately interested in Krypton and thought it would be interesting to explore that world. I think the show is doing a good job of setting up this alien society, and there are some really solid actors in it as well
Im watching, and think it's pretty good so far
Haven't heard of Patriot, but im intrigued by the trailer. I'll give it a go
The disastrous life of Saiki K. This show is on Netflix and it's crazy entertaining and funny. It was a random show I just started watching and I loved it. I highly recommend it to anyone that loves off the wall shows and anime.
The BBC have a show about this wildlife guy who has been raising big cats in his house. It's adorable.
Somewhat big announcement potentially about AOS.
I'm four episodes in and it's pretty good so far. Parker Posey's character is so hate-able.
I was expecting the show to be just about the family + Posey and that they would be travelling to different worlds every couple of episodes. But after seeing the other dozens of survivors, it's starting to feel like they're going with the small community sci-fi route and they're going to be stuck on that planet for a long time. I still prefer my expectations over the reality.
He's trying to mimic the true GOAT car salesman Legend
I known Dean will have tried to get into ginger girl's vagina before watch the trailer
Couldn't finish Conan in Italy special. I love Conan but don't like this side of him, the bully, offensive side. Initially, his interactions with his associate producer Jordan Schlansky was amusing but over the years I just found it to be mean-spirited (even though it's all just an act). Conan acting like a jackass towards the people in Italy. Would love to see him try that during his Haiti TV special.
It's just not the office without Steve.
What are you doing in here, Sai?
Tried out a new show called Alex, Inc. Is this why I haven't seen Zach Braff in a while? Because I get it now...
Gotdam! 2nd episode of THE EXPANSE season 3 was awesome. That chase was just exemplary
and the Contorta coming to the rescue was so sweet. So excited to see Draper & Chrisjen finally meeting up with Holden and crew.
It was so cool to see another scene where we see real-life physics scenario when those loose tools became a hazard when the ship is flying at high speed and turning topsy-turvy.