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Aliferously

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  1. S04.E01: The End 2018.06.15

    Didn't Deacon say it when he was imprisoned in Titan? I'm fairly certain that it was.
  2. S04.E03: 45 RPM 2018.06.15

    Yes, he never confirmed nor denied that Cole is his biological son. I guess Cole inherited his loyalty from the right person. It would also solve the age gap dilemma, since technically Cassie is 29 years older then Cole.
  3. S04.E03: 45 RPM 2018.06.15

    *stupid confession*: I actually thought that baby was Cole. She could have taken him to 2008 and handed him to his supposed mother. Deacon has a really good pokerface. I don't think he'll actually kick in his own windows like that. re: Cole's mother. From what I recall, she briefly dated his father, disappeared and then showed with Cole a year later. Aww, Cole and Jennifer and cheeseburgers.
  4. S04.E02: Ouroboros 2018.06.15

    Holy F-Bomb, show! There may have been tears. I don't think Cole and Katarina have ever had to work together like they did in this episode. It was nice to see s1 Ramse again. Before it all went to hell and I wound up glad that he'd gone. Best part was the Ramse/Cole conversation while they were walking towards the facility. Hannah's face was priceless. That said, Barbara Sukowa ran away with this episode. So much.
  5. S04.E01: The End 2018.06.15

    Well, they did hit the ground running this season. Though I am not going to miss either Lasky or Whitley that much, I was sad to see them go. I knew the Jennifer at the Museum stuff was too good to be true. I've been to that square in Prague. There was much squeeing upon recognising it.
  6. Mysteries and Conspiracies: Speculation

    Yeah, another one who thinks that Cole is going to be the sacrifice mentioned on the promo poster. I don't think we'll see Ramse again. I think he would have been in someones pictures somewhere. I also want to know what the original message said. Please, Cole what?
  7. 12 Monkeys In The Media

    I do hope they won't do a season in reverse because that would annoy the shit out of me. I don't think they will, but reading that it starts with the "The End" sort of conjures that image. Amanda Schull interview Nothing too spoilery. I thought Aaron Stanford would have been a bigger shoe in for the role, due to Nikita but apparently there were other considerations.
  8. S01.E08: Psychopathia Sexualis

    I knew what was going to happen to Mary, because I was able to catch up on the book this week. She'll be missed. I had an online acquaintance who had a son named Japhet. She called him Japhy for short. Glad they changed the carriage accident/shooting so that the horse survived.
  9. S01.E01: Stay Inside

    Yes? No? Not sure. I was looking forward to this show, but after reading the general opinion I'm sort of re thinking my excitement. To be fair, if someone dragged me away from an important exam because it was going to rain, I don't know that I wouldn't have protested. I'm sort of stupefied that they spent five whole years in the bunker. So that tablet can play music and whatever, but it can not provide information on what the weather is like outside? Denmark has things like summer and sunny days. It wouldn't rain all day every day for five years.
  10. S01.E06: Ascension

    At this point, I really don't care who ends up with who. It's not a show that needs additional romantic hook ups to make it interesting. Although they all seem to play well together, no one has an ounce of romantic chemistry with the other. Ahem. The scene that stood out most to me was the children in the (I don't know what the exact word for it is, sorry) cellar. How Kreizler stood there conflicted and then choosing to walk away. I didn't know what to make of it. Contrasted with the immediate jump to the charity auction, it really gives you a sense of how contrasting the rich/poor divide actually was (and most likely still is in a way). The rich can auction off half their junk to save neglected children, without actually ever seeing one. Poor Sally/Joseph. The killer must have made off with him when they weren't looking.
  11. S01.E04: These Bloody Thoughts

    Question: Did the killer make the boys come up the building the same way he did? He didn't just carry them up his back, did he. I continue to not care about Lucius and his sex life. It's like they inserted the storyline in case they think viewers might get bored with the talking and walk away mid episode. I also thought a silver smile would mean actual silver teeth. I learn so much from this show.
  12. 12 Monkeys In The Media

    I think the summer release date was no secret (I think it might have been mentioned in the spoiler thread). It's what one calls the Syfy Cold Shoulder effect. They effectively stop caring if a show goes beyond a third or fourth season. Happened to Eureka, Haven and I'm not surprised it's happening here. Cool promo poster though.
  13. S02.E10: Mystery Man

    I thought the quitters speech was odd too. But then they were also elderly, infirm and/or had complicated personal lives (McMillan, anyway). When they wheeled McMillan in, I thought they'd amputated his legs. I guess the wheelchairs were all taken. I am going to miss Claire Foy and Matt Smith. I didn't even realise that this was their last episode until I was 3/4 of the way through. So, nobody bothered to elaborate why Philip spent that much time in Switzerland? Nobody for the whole five months? What did they tell his children if they asked? Tony is such a runt. I'd have kicked him in the ribs. It wasn't quite the emotional rollercoaster ride I expected but a fine closing chapter to two excellent seasons.
  14. S02.E09: Paterfamilias

    God this episode. I felt for Philip, and that funeral march was just impressive in its execution. Anyhoo. I didn't care for the Charles bits and I'm sure a big part of his personality was formed at the Child Labour school, and that it must have affected him far more then he'll ever publicly let on. Distinctly, Philip had already had a rough life and to him it must have been a refuge whereas to Charles (who had led a sheltered existence) it was a prison. I liked that opposition in the stories. Sort of relates to this episode: Last September, I was in Prague and took one of those city walking tours. The guide was telling us about Prague being used as a good backdrop for movies and tv shows. Also, that they'd shot a movie (his words) involving Nazi flags and a section of town was decorated with them, the people of Prague were vaguely unimpressed etc... Now I do know that part of the upcoming 4th season of 12 Monkeys was shot there and I saw Nazi flag crap in their teaser trailer. After watching this episode though, I wonder.
  15. S02.E07: Matrimonium

    Best part of this episode was the Queen Mum heading up a conga line, and Elizabeth doing a dignified eye roll as she hops by. That and he'd known for her for a few years. So did he hire her at age fourteen or was she a daughter of someone he knew? I didn't think it was strange that Philip did not attend the birth. Not like he would have been of much use while she slept.