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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Bierboy, Jan 20, 2013.
Except the delivery guy's probably a Follower...
I've gotta say, this is the first show in awhile I've actually thought about after the fact. Wondering who's really allied with whom and such. I don't know why but it's sticking with me.
I'm still rather enjoying it.
Me too...last nights episode was really good I thought.
I caught up with this show last week. I'm enjoying it more than I thought I would. I'm glad they will be airing a new episode each week for the rest of the season. My Mondays are full now with this show and a couple of shows from SyFy.
You know what I don't need or want to see on tv (or think kids should be exposed to - and please, let's not say the show airs at 10:00 and kids shouldn't be watching - we all know better)? Animals being tortured and / or killed. IMO it has no place on television.
Same timeslot that permits depiction of human torture and / or killing.
Wouldn't any kind of torture be a turn off? Why only animals?
Plus there wasn't any torture of animals being shown was there? Wasn't it just psychological?( I don't call an animal being put in a jar with the lid on for a split second torture)(that is all that was really shown wasn't it?)
Perhaps it's to provide an unequivocal glimpse into the psychopathic tendencies of a character on the show. It's hardly been presented in any way to glorify it. And when it was discovered generated a very universal disdain amongst all the non-psychopathic characters on the show.
It's shock value.
Since we can't have nipples and explicid sex, this is what we are left with.
Complain to your Senator.
On second thought, don't. They will take away the violence and then we will have nothing. TV will be boring.
Right, but young women being mutilated does
I used to read Sepinwall's reviews all the time. It's been a while since I've really cared since 70% of his reviews seem to be for half hour comedy shows that I don't watch.