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Eighteen
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I don't think this one gets to season 2.



it is a good premise and has lots of potential, but its like they made it "Lost" for retards

the writing is lazy and the lines are cheesy, the plot holes are pretty glaring even this early on, and the fight scenes are ridiculous
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wish i was tebow
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re: No Revolution thread?
i think it will get to season 2 personally. still early could still get really good


OWLFAN86
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i would like someone to explain to me how stopping electricity stops internal combustion, steam,,water engines



I DONT UNDERSTAND


PsychTiger
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2) I dont understand where Charlie is getting all these arrows from...she shoots her crossbow a shite ton and I dont see any arrows in her pack



Well clearly when physics changed to not allow electricity a side effect was arrows become self-replicating. What is ya, ignant?


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PsychTiger
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i would like someone to explain to me how stopping electricity stops internal combustion, steam,,water engines I DONT UNDERSTAND


I'm sure somewhere in the world these things are being used. Remember, this is set around Chicago. Lot of Democrats. They've been conditioned to wait for the government to come fix everything.


lsu480
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Looks frickin terrible. I saw a guy wielding a saber and changed the channel


This is EXACTLY when I gave up on the first episode!


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BaddestAndvari
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Sorry I didn't make a revolution thread this time, and won't be in the future.. too many idiots who like to complain for the sake of complaining on these board.. I will admit the show has it's flaws, but they answered even the gun thing last week with a clip about the militia taking all the guns over a 15 period, showed the militia even kill a guy in cold blood for even having one... and STILL complain about the gun thing..

So I'm done talking about this show on here til a 2 season is ordered, by then maybe the crazies will be gone.


LSUBoo
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re: No Revolution thread?
I thought the third episode was the best yet... but I agree with those who say this won't make a season 2.


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bulldog95
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militia say in Louisiana, run by some Cajuns no less


troy landry king of the swamp militia. yayaya


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LSULEFTY
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Also, is this militia a regional thing? I would assume there is a separate militia say in Louisiana, run by some Cajuns no less




papz
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I think some people are better off watching documentaries.

Episode 3 was certainly better than the 2nd. Will continue to watch it to see where it goes.
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Eighteen
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Episode 3 was certainly better than the 2nd. Will continue to watch it to see where it goes.


Im not denying that, and I will keep watching...but it's not too much to ask for some of these things to stop happening


BaddestAndvari
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Im not denying that, and I will keep watching...but it's not too much to ask for some of these things to stop happening


meh, if I wanted to watch a show to rip it apart for the "facts" it portrays I would watch a documentary. I accept whatever world someone sticks me in, in a fiction story, but then again I'm the type of person who grew up with an active imagination and am not a completely boring dust pile.

What makes me slightly angry is a high percentage of these people who claim they will not be watching this show anymore, watch "Duck Dynasty" or "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" every week, or are like my mom who actually thinks "American Idol" isn't a reality show.. too which I just


ProjectP2294
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Member since May 2007
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re: No Revolution thread?
I don't really pick apart the show as I watch it, and last nights episode got me more interested in the characters, so I'm going to keep sticking with it.

I still think that the main female is a weak character, so hopefully they continue to work on that because the peripheral characters being intorduced all seem to be more interesting.

The only thing I thought about that struck me as odd was the neatly manicured lawn and gravel driveway of the farm house where the other lady with the pendant lived.


Holden Caulfield
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re: No Revolution thread?
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I don't think this one gets to season 2.

Hopefully, if it does garner a renewal, we'll all lose electricity. Its one of those shows where the viewers intelligence and ability to discern BS is completely ignored by the writers.


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LSUBoo
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re: No Revolution thread?
Also pretty impressive that the iPhone still had enough juice to start up under battery power 15 years later.


ProjectP2294
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Also pretty impressive that the iPhone still had enough juice to start up under battery power 15 years later.

I looked at is as akin to running it while it was plugged in. If that thing can generate enough power from thin air to run a computer, I don't think that running an Iphone is inconsistent.


Eighteen
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was the neatly manicured lawn and gravel driveway of the farm house where the other lady with the pendant lived.


another excellent point...guess everyone is using old school push mowers


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LSUBoo
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Tesla would be impressed.


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PsychTiger
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Also pretty impressive that the iPhone still had enough juice to start up under battery power 15 years later.


Early prototype for the iPhone 6.


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