Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by DeDondeEs, Oct 15, 2012.
What are you talking about? I don't see any spoilers coming from Hank.
Dexter/Debra: that was revealed in the season finale last season.
Waler/Skyler: long ago.
Walter/Hank: mid-season finale.
What I'm not sure I liked is how they essentially drug out last week's cliffhanger. I would think Saul would have the capability of uploading that data file and alerting someone to it rather than keep the only copy, risk it being taken, risk something happening to him etc. etc. just so Carrie can be the first one he tells. It seemed incredibly sloppy to me.
That too. The CIA might have some secure comm methods.
Even if he didn't want to share it with Langley first he hopefully left a back-up copy with the CIA officer in the Beruit Embassy.
A digital video file is just too easy to copy for it to get taken out of play by confiscating a single SD card. (Now if possible you would want the original card turned over to computer forensics to see if they can find anything else on it; maybe camera data, maybe deleted files.
But the video itself should be almost impossible to totally lose copies of.
I think the terrorists only hope was if the siezed bag was recovered with the SD card still sown into the lining. Then there'd be a chance it hadn't been found and viewed yet.
Like I said for the previous episode Hollywood writers like using disks as teh MacGuffin. If the audience knew he had saved the video, made a copy, done a file transfer, there wouldn't have been any dramatic tension when the Lebanese officer searched Saul for it.
It must be driving Brody crazy jumping through all these hoops to satisfy Nazir and his minions, placating his wife and still planning his own revenge scheme.
BTW, at the end of all this, I can see Brody's annoying daughter dressed in a burqa with a bomb strapped to her waist.
That's pretty much what I said to my g/f last season when she found out her day was Muslim and was burying the Koran. I said "look, new recruit!" She's totally being groomed for that.
I wasn't going to say anything, but this bugged me as well. I now know a future Breaking Bad plot point that I didn't know before. I've only watched about three seasons of Breaking Bad, so I can't really expect that I'll never read spoilers for it here or elsewhere, I just didn't expect to see a major one in a Homeland thread.
I wondered if that was a prop or actual.
He posted a spoiler in the Walking dead thread this week also.
Heh. I didn't even notice it in the first place, but I was wondering if Damien Lewis will say if was real in behind the scenes or the DVD comments.
Stephen Tobolowski says before a sex scene the actor has to sign a contract that "no part will enter her." (Dunno if actresses have to sign one, too. )
I wondered how they handle involuntary hydraulics. We saw that Drama Chase got fired, right?
Now I'm wondering how Stephen Tobolowski ever came to be in a sex scene.
I heard that actors and actresses wear flesh-colored pasties on their junk during sex scenes.
Ya don't think bald guys are sexy? Learn: http://stephentobolowsky.wordpress....sex-and-laughs-on-the-set-of-californication/
I heard, I think, Jimmy Smits say for nude scenes guys can wear a sock on their Johnson.
We just saw on Boardwalk Empire that they can go without on HBO.
Lol, no. Just not him.
Right! I forgot about him in Californication. Perhaps it was traumatic amnesia.
So what's your point dragging that over into this thread?
Posting something that we talked about in precious TWD threads, where nobody complained about it then, I don't consider it a spoiler. And even then, it was an extremely minor bit of information.
Is that an "Entourage" reference? I don't get it.
BTW, I also noticed Mr. HappyPants.
Yes, it is. Just to be safe:
In one ep, Johnny Drama got a small part playing Brooke Shields' brother. There was a scene where they hugged and Johnny was at full attention. Brooke complained to the director.
The point is that it is a pattern with you and several people have mentioned your propensity for posting spoilers.
People DID complain in the other thread.
You obviously do not understand what is considered a spoiler and as was suggested by someone else, you should read the rules.
I watched this episode last night and I could swear I saw a shark swimming across the bottom of the screen a couple of times. And, with the music from Jaws playing in the background it was quite amusing...the effect, not the program.