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Old January 1 2011, 07:19 AM   #1
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Episodes. (Spoilers)

Just finished watching the first two episodes of episodes and I'm not sure if they were going for compounded tension more so than humour, but I can't help but think that I've seen seen this... oh yes, Moving Wallpaper.

Show Time. The swearing is fun but it's not gratuitous like the angloism, which I suppose is a chuckle since the American characters don't even understand how offensive they are being.

Kathleen Rose Perkins transparent twofacedness is joyous.

If the show is building to an explosion, they kind of knee capped that by showing the end of the story in the first act and everything after that is a flash back inching towards a horrific meltdown which was rather timid, unless some dies?

Only seven episodes? Oh dear.

I'm a third the way through and it hasn't even started yet.
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Old January 1 2011, 03:40 PM   #2
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Re: Episodes. (Spoilers)

Oh guess it's airing on Showtime already? Doesn't start here until the 10th, I believe.
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Old January 1 2011, 08:52 PM   #3
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Re: Episodes. (Spoilers)

Nope.

Maybe I'm Matt LeBlanc's dog walker?

It's funny seeing the guy who played Cousin Ira on Mad About You being so forceful and determined and powerful, but I guess that that's why they call it acting.
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