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Old March 3 2013, 07:46 AM   #16
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Re: Zero Hour

Oh, is this thread about some TV show I've never heard of? I thought it was about the 1957 movie that Airplane! was based on.
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Old March 3 2013, 09:00 AM   #17
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Damn, that was quick. I've got episode 3 on my DVR but I think that I'll just delete it unwatched. I doubt that ABC will ever air the remaining 10 episodes so no use in watching it.
The final episodes of Dirty Sexy Money aired on Australian TV and arrived on the net hours later. The final 7 episodes of I hate my teenage Daughter aired on New Zealand TV and fell onto the internet almost immediately... And When the US stopped airing Caprica, the Canadian Simulcast said "Fuck you! Why the hell should we stop just because you're a bunch of pussies?"

That being said, I want someone to burn the master tapes for Zero Hour.

It's not very good at all.

Oh!

Maime Gummer.

I do like her.

She showed up this week as a new supporting character just weeks after the cancellation of Emily Owens, and fate slapped her like a punk flat across her other cheek..

This actress could begin to get a reputation for herself.
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Old March 3 2013, 05:07 PM   #18
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Re: Zero Hour

I watched the premiere, and I really wanted to like it, but I just couldn't. I ended up fast forwarding through most of the middle of the episode. The pacing of what I did watch was just very strange, things were moving too fast. Normally I wouldn't mind this, except that it just made for some strange moments here. For example, the female FBI agent's first discussion with the main guy when meeting him...within seconds they were speaking to each other like they had all this deep backstory and had been in conflict for years. I was thinking "uhh didn't they just meet?!"
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Old March 3 2013, 05:22 PM   #19
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The pacing of what I did watch was just very strange, things were moving too fast. Normally I wouldn't mind this, except that it just made for some strange moments here.
I thought the show's editing resembled a series of short "webisodes" sewed together in an erratic manner.
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