Same with The Sopranos.gavin said:It's the same with Breaking Bad; some episodes can drag on a bit, but it's brilliant.
I actually quite enjoyed Dracula, but I found that it couldn't seem to work out what the time period they were portraying was. It was a mix of the 1890's the original book was based on, early 1900's and even modern day suit cuts and stuff. It was so well realised and spot on at times that the anachronism really wound me up :lol:marc said:Dracula
We suffer it Revolution rather than really enjoying it, but there's something about it keeps us watching. I think it's the vain hope that Charlie will finally get a well deserved bullet through her pouty, irritating face!Revolution
lolMurder she wrote
Another one we seem to suffer rather than enjoy. I loved the first season, and the second was pretty good. Then it rapidly got sillier and sillier. Again, Sooky needs to die, so we're desperate for the finale where she finally cops itMysterious Sue said:True Blood
I stare at the DVR every week thinking, do I really want to watch another awful episode of this show? Do I really want to hear Aaron whine for another hour? I suffer through it, hoping that a stray shot from a random musket will take her out and let the show progress and maybe become good.furie said:
tomahawKSU said:I stare at the DVR every week thinking, do I really want to watch another awful episode of this show? Do I really want to hear Aaron whine for another hour? I suffer through it, hoping that a stray shot from a random musket will take her out and let the show progress and maybe become good.
Madame_furie was shocked when I told her that people agreed with us. We mentioned it at her folk's on Saturday (family get together, so lots of brothers, sisters and associated lurkers) and they were all aghast that we didn't love the show and weren't really impressed by Charlie. CoasterForce 1: Family 0marc said:Furie revolution is like lost for me. I watch it to see what happens rather than enjoy it lol.
I don't get the bikes thing, I'm with you on that one. You'd think that even with some impassable terrain/broken roads, mountain bikes would still be a decent mode of transport.tomahawKSU said:That's another thing. Bikes no longer work? Scooters? Why do you have to walk or ride horses everywhere? Only **** muskets and single shot guns except for the bad guys? Why no trying to advance solar power? That wouldn't be effected. It is on NBC, that is their entire message, if you eat meat or throw something in the wrong trash can, YOU WILL DIE!!! There are so many flaws in the show...