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All Episodes Talk: Seeing Is Believing

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I recently came across The Dead Zone after adding the Roku Channel to my Roku. I remember watching the last couple of seasons during it's first run in but never saw it from the beginning, so I watched the first couple this week. I'll probably plug away at it. Though I switched to watching on TubiTV. 

And I'd forgotten that David Ogden Stiers was a regular. 

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Thanks to real life, I'm only up to S01:E05 but it's kind of weird, my husband was actually watching 12 Angry Men while I was watching Unreasonable Doubt on my computer.  12 Angry Men may be better (okay - Henry Fonda, Lee J Cobb, Jack Klugman) but I've got Jim Byrnes... so I'm happy.   

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I loved, loved this show when it was on.  Seeing this thread makes me so happy.  I think the later seasons went off the rails a bit, but I still loved the overall premise. 

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Yes, maybe watching from the beginning will help me figure out all that political conspiracy stuff with Stilson? I never did understand that part.

The 4th episode was pretty entertaining too, with the WWII romance and triangle. And the last scene twist. :-)  Also liked that Johnny couldn't help his own emotions getting tangled up in it. 

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8 hours ago, tessaray said:

Yes, maybe watching from the beginning will help me figure out all that political conspiracy stuff with Stilson? I never did understand that part.

The 4th episode was pretty entertaining too, with the WWII romance and triangle. And the last scene twist. :-)  Also liked that Johnny couldn't help his own emotions getting tangled up in it. 

Yes, that will definitely help. 

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The Stillson stuff got weirder and more convoluted in my opinion.

The problem is that the writers never could figure out when to "solve" the end of the world plot. At least in the movie, exposing Stillson ended a nuclear holocaust.

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My husband and I did a Numb3rs rewatch recently, so working through the Dead Zone is weird, in that Dylan Bruno and Chris Bruno are very similar, even for brothers. Every time Walt is on, I mentally call him not-Colby. 

I'm only up to S01, E08. The House was creepy, very Stephen King-ish.  Enemy Mind was okay and Netherworld was sad.  I'm surprised they went with an episode with Johnny and Sarah so early on. I wonder if they weren't sure they'd get a 2nd season?

I'm always up for a bank robbery - looking forward to the next one.  

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Yay. Made it thru the first season.  The Shaman episode was better than I expected, as it wasn't quite what I expected, if that makes sense. And now I get the whole end of the world thing with the Congressman.  

I wonder what John Adams is doing these days.  Didn't see anything recent in IMDB or a quick Google search. 

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