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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by mattyro7878, May 28, 2020.
LOL! No worries! I just thought I missed an episode or part of one!
Spoiler: Regarding Fitz
When she got her memories back she started to cry, I wonder if he died/sacrificed himself for her and she set a false memory to be that he was hidden away somewhere
I can't find the article now (of course), but I did see something indicating that the actor playing Fitz would be back near or at the end. It really was just a scheduling conflict. Yea for actors getting work!
What I heard was that there was a short window between the time it was renewed for Season 6 and then Season 7 which would be filmed back-to-back, and during that span he lined up other work during what he thought would be the break (assuming a 7th season would even happen).
One good thing about that schedule is that everything was in the can before Covid-19 shut everything down.
(I had previously read that The 100 was facing shut down during their final episode but further reading indicates that they managed to complete filming just under the wire.)
When is the next new episode of the 100? Don't see it in the guide.
Next week (8/5).
Good choice on casting the young Garrett. James looks a lot like his dad.
I was thinking "He does a pretty good Bill Paxton", then I looked up the credits and changed that to "He's sure is his father's son"
--Carlos "waiting for him to say 'Game over, man!' to be sure" V.
Young Malick is annoying. Anarchy isn't much of a plan.
This episode was frustrating because the good guys kept dinking around or talking instead of killing the crap out of the bad guys in the ample opportunities they had.
I kinda expected Daisy to fade away into the ether after her mother died. Then again, is her mother really dead?
On the other hand, the changes already made to the timeline should have been enough to, well, change everything. Some of that is just TV/movie writing (really, by this time the world should be unrecognizable to regular watchers of SHIELD), but it's become increasingly clear to me that their model of time travel isn't the Back to the Future model, and that in this case Daisy is the orphan of another timeline.
I also have become increasingly convinced that they're headed for some kind of Big Reset Button. And this episode cinched it.
Mac’s decision a few episodes ago to save his parents (who were not his parents, but chromoconsj, is the worst decision so far this season
I really wish they hadn't gone down this road with the anarchy stuff. The season was really fun as a trip through history, an homage to the past. I think they should have kept it that way, kinda like Bill and Ted stuff (gather Shield's greatest dead heroes to face the Big Bad). Instead they were just proving inept and clueless at every turn
I'm not thrilled with this season's young Mallick-central plot lines. Maybe the Chronicom's have an alternate vision of future Earth society than he does. Maybe he should have thought about that.
Looking forward to the series ending two parter though.
My Tivo(s) are showing only a single hour episode next week (8/12) at 10pm. The also show a generic The Connors and American Housewife at 9/9:30. My understanding is that there will be two MAoS episodes next week. I"m assuming that my Tivo will magically fix itself before then, but I'll keep an eye on it anyway.
Mine was like that until yesterday's data, which finally switched it to two hours.
Still showing 1 hour here with TE3 on Comcast.
My Gracenote-based Channels DVR schedule shows 2 hours. My TiVo hasn't updated yet.
Dianne Doan (Kora) also plays a not-to-be-underestimated 19th century SF Chinatown gang leader in Justin Lin's Warrior. (Cinemax. We paid to watch that via Prime, because Bruce Lee.) Apparently she was in Vikings too. (Hulu.)
My TE3 is still showing 1 hour, but my TE4 is showing 2 hours.
My TE3 shows 2 hours.