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    Last nite's ep was pretty wild

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    Great episode this past Sunday. Getting rave reviews..

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    ^^ Indeed!… it keeps getting better with each ep. 6 down, 3 to go, and already hoping for a season 2.

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    This is fantastic television.

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    !!!!! So gonna miss this every Sunday eve! The after-finale interviews/blogs have been fun too… some great insight from Lindelof's team into the why/how/what of the show.

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    This series has been fantastic! They couldn’t have been more respectful to the comic. And, much like the comic, it had an ending! It was very well done.
    Expectation is the death of discovery.

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    Easily the best series of 2019.

    Btw if you're like me, you just assumed that the race events that took place in Tulsa and played an integral role in the Watchmen plot were a work of fiction, as I had never heard of them. Then I just happened to see this story, and I couldn't believe that it's all true. Simply incredible..


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    Stayed up late last night and took it all in, really satisfying television.

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    While I'm not the king of Easter Eggs, one thing I wanted to point out that i find interesting is that Angela bases her Super Hero character on what appears to be a 70s Blacksploitation film. (echoing her grandfather basing his alter ego on a black film character)




    However, what I find very interesting now considering the series ending, is that her last name is actually from a very real 1970s blacksploitation superhero film:


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    I bailed after the first/second episode, but had been recording it. I started watching it again and it has pulled me in. I have two more left to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Stayed up late last night and took it all in, really satisfying television.

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    While I'm not the king of Easter Eggs, one thing I wanted to point out that i find interesting is that Angela bases her Super Hero character on what appears to be a 70s Blacksploitation film. (echoing her grandfather basing his alter ego on a black film character)




    However, what I find very interesting now considering the series ending, is that her last name is actually from a very real 1970s blacksploitation superhero film:

    YES!! I saw that on one of those YouTube Easter egg videos and I had heard of Abar and was annoyed at myself for not putting that together.
    Expectation is the death of discovery.

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