***spoilers**** Did any of you watch talking dead with the guy who plays the head cannibal? Cool insight into how little side characters like him even know how he shows plot will go. Also, when Rick showed him the machete that was one of the coolest scenes of the show ever, I was like "yeah, bitch, rick made a promise!"
TWD Has really been amazing so far this season. We're watching great TV right now.
I feel like I'm going against the norm when I say that "The Walking Dead" is wildly over-rated and inconsistently paced. We either get episodes like the Season 5 premiere where it is hitting on all cylinders, or we get episodes that take a step back to look at some random character that doesn't add much to the story, or we get an episode of characters going around in circles, fighting about it, killing zombies, one of them almost dying, then the characters who were fighting make up, realizing living is more important than fighting with one another. With that said, when it is on fire, it is unlike nothing else on TV, which is what keeps me watching. But we don't see this as often as we should, IMO. The best episode of the series remains *spoilers* the zombie raid on the prison where T-Dawg dies and Lori dies giving birth. The reaction from Rick and the rest of the survivors is something that will be etched into my mind for eternity *end spoilers*
"Homeland" looked like it was done after Season 3, but tonight it put together probably it's finest hour in at least two years. It will probably never reach the greatness many thought it would live up to after Season 1, but it's still a quality show.
the last two episodes of TWD have been painfully boring to me... I dont know if its just me but the middle 0f the series episodes in the last few seasons have been hard to watch, like how do you keep the main character of the show completely out of the last two??
I think it is safe to say that if you stuck with "Homeland" through its insecurity issues in Season 2/3, that it has rewarded us with possibly its best season yet in Season 4 so far. The last four-five episodes have been nothing short of outstanding. Mandy Patinkin (you know him as "Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya....") is just flat-out killing it as Saul, one of my all-time favorite TV characters I'd have to say. Everybody seemed to give up on this show after it drew out is biggest plot point, but now that it found closure in that and has moved on to a completely different story, we have a whole new show on our hands. And it's absolutely phenomenal again!
Dash: I fell asleep in the 3rd quarter of both games. Bucks/Hawks was hype though.
Jul 9, 2021 15:09:12 GMT -4
Dash: Bucks are not a good team and are only in because Nets/Hawks got injured. They look several steps behind Phoenix.
Jul 9, 2021 15:10:33 GMT -4
sativa417: I'm not a Chris Paul fan, since I hate his flopping and Grizz played his Clipps in some good playoff series, so he's like the enemy to me, but still a great player, so down for him finally getting a ring. Crazy Suns are where they are now. When James Jones
Jul 9, 2021 21:48:49 GMT -4
sativa417: took over as GM, people were crapping on some of his moves, but he's put together a hell of a team
Jul 9, 2021 21:49:31 GMT -4
kfilament: its interesting how everyone wanted to put an asterisk next to last years champions, but honestly this year seems fluky as hell with injuries, etc., but yeah, hate CP3 as a grizz fan by not mad to see him win one.
Jul 13, 2021 16:29:30 GMT -4
kfilament: Pumped the Bucks gonna do it.
Jul 20, 2021 23:38:17 GMT -4
kfilament: Lol entire bucks team celebrating without Giannis
Jul 20, 2021 23:45:45 GMT -4
Dash: Feel bad for Paul and Booker. Ayton was so ass.
Jul 23, 2021 15:56:29 GMT -4
kfilament: Draft night and for once I am not worried the Grizz are going to fuck themselves on national TV
Jul 29, 2021 17:47:08 GMT -4