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#441 Busty Bluth

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Posted January 21, 2014 - 10:20 AM

It is. Has the final season. I even tried watching the finale again.

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Posted January 21, 2014 - 02:11 PM

Dope, & you did? Really? Wow, not sure if I could do that. At least to me several of the first few episodes of the season were good enough to watch over again a few times, but other than that, the majority of that last season was underwhelming to say the least.


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Posted January 21, 2014 - 02:17 PM

I tried watching. I was too lazy/bored to watch it all.

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Posted January 23, 2014 - 03:23 AM

Pretty interesting stuff here:

Michael C. Hall Says He Would Play Dexter Again
 
Michael C. Hall won't rule out a return to playing Dexter. But he'd want to see the finish line.
 
Hall, promoting his movie "Cold in July" at the Sundance Film Festival, said in an interview over the weekend that he agreed with Showtime executives who recently declared that any potential spin-off series would have to include Hall.
 
"'Masuka!' I would watch that," he joked, referring to the show's humorous forensics specialist Vince Masuka, played by C.S. Lee.
 
More seriously, Hall said of a possible spin-off series, "I can't even wrap my mind around that. And it's all just theoretical until there is some sort of script reflecting somebody's idea of where it could possibly go. But it's hard for me to imagine what that would be."
 
FULL ARTICLE inside link.


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Posted January 23, 2014 - 10:32 AM

3 episodes to go and I'll have finished the series on Netflix.

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Posted March 15, 2014 - 02:44 AM

I've stayed up for the past month or so every night trying to finish this series. Finally done tonight.

 

Like everyone, not completely satisfied with the ending, although I'm not completely ashamed of it either. Too many people judge a show on the finale, and that should never be the case. Take the time to review everything that has happened in the show, then evaluate your opinion on the show. In this instance, Dexter was fantastic. Probably going down in my top 10 favorite series' once I finish the rest of the big names out there.

 

The only thing that really bugged me was Dexter leaving Harrison in a foreign country with Hannah. I personally didn't care if Hannah lived or died, I just didn't like that parenting move. I would've liked Harrison going into Jaimie's and Batista's care. That would've been a much better environment for him to be raised in.

 

I will say this though - every time Dexter or anyone said 'I should've killed Hannah when I had the chance', or 'I should've busted her when I had the chance', it felt to me like the producers were themselves saying that. I feel like Hannah was never meant to be this big in the story, but she eventually made her way into it when they accidentally dragged it on. I haven't read anything by the writers on that, and I'm sure they wouldn't admit that anyways, I just didn't like that whole segment. Hell, it would've been more enjoyable seeing a Lumen return rather than Hannah. It just didn't feel right the whole way through for me.

 

Anyways, I've finished Dexter and Lost recently. Any one have any recommendations on what my next show should be? I was thinking either The Wire or Sopranos.



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Posted March 15, 2014 - 09:16 AM

^ Right now I am watching 24 (the seventh season). GREAT show with an outstanding, unique main character. :woot:

Trust me, you will love it right from the start!

 

Here are some of the best tv series IMO:

 

Stargate SG-1

Stargate Atlantis

Supernatural

Person Of Interest

Doctor Who

Battlestar Galactica

Fringe

House of Cards

The X-Files

Homeland

Chicago Fire

White Collar

Alias

Eureka

Warehouse 13

Grimm

Luther


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Posted March 15, 2014 - 10:29 AM

I've stayed up for the past month or so every night trying to finish this series. Finally done tonight.
 
Like everyone, not completely satisfied with the ending, although I'm not completely ashamed of it either. Too many people judge a show on the finale, and that should never be the case. Take the time to review everything that has happened in the show, then evaluate your opinion on the show. In this instance, Dexter was fantastic. Probably going down in my top 10 favorite series' once I finish the rest of the big names out there.
 
The only thing that really bugged me was Dexter leaving Harrison in a foreign country with Hannah. I personally didn't care if Hannah lived or died, I just didn't like that parenting move. I would've liked Harrison going into Jaimie's and Batista's care. That would've been a much better environment for him to be raised in.
 
I will say this though - every time Dexter or anyone said 'I should've killed Hannah when I had the chance', or 'I should've busted her when I had the chance', it felt to me like the producers were themselves saying that. I feel like Hannah was never meant to be this big in the story, but she eventually made her way into it when they accidentally dragged it on. I haven't read anything by the writers on that, and I'm sure they wouldn't admit that anyways, I just didn't like that whole segment. Hell, it would've been more enjoyable seeing a Lumen return rather than Hannah. It just didn't feel right the whole way through for me.
 
Anyways, I've finished Dexter and Lost recently. Any one have any recommendations on what my next show should be? I was thinking either The Wire or Sopranos.


Watch the wire. I'm watching it right now bout to finish season 2. It'd be good to have some else to talk to. Other recommendations..Spartacus, Sons of Anarchy, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, True Detective, American Horror Story.

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Posted March 15, 2014 - 12:13 PM

Anyways, I've finished Dexter and Lost recently. Any one have any recommendations on what my next show should be? I was thinking either The Wire or Sopranos.

Haven't seen 'The Wire', but absolutely loved 'The Sopranos'. Gandolfini (RIP) was & is a legend,

 

but although two of these posters here recommended several great shows, I personally would love for you to get into 'Spartacus'.

 

That show is a grown ass man's show straight up. You'll see what I mean rather quickly if you get into it. It's by far one of the most satisfying shows of all-time as far as giving the audience hardcore violence & sometimes sex CONSISTENTLY. They don't make you wait for a long ass time like most shows & over-do some of the soap opera-like dragging & filler. It hardly ever disappoints episode after episode.


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Posted March 15, 2014 - 01:20 PM

Haven't seen 'The Wire', but absolutely loved 'The Sopranos'. Gandolfini (RIP) was & is a legend,

but although two of these posters here recommended several great shows, I personally would love for you to get into 'Spartacus'.

That show is a grown ass man's show straight up. You'll see what I mean rather quickly if you get into it. It's by far one of the most satisfying shows of all-time as far as giving the audience hardcore violence & sometimes sex CONSISTENTLY. They don't make you wait for a long ass time like most shows & over-do some of the soap opera-like dragging & filler. It hardly ever disappoints episode after episode.


Interesting, sounds like the perfect show. I didn't like Dexter at points because it was a little obvious with no real twists that surprised me. The only thing that really caught me off guard was Rita dying.

It sucks cause Breaking Bad has set the bar way too high for any show I'll every watch again. Lost was great for me simply because there was so much going on and lots of twists and turns. Dexter had the same theme throughout - Dexter trying to juggle what he cares about with who he's killing. If it wasn't for the good to great acting, the show wouldve been rated much lower.




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