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by Carlos » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:59 pm

Supernatural S15 - 8/10

It's always difficult to end a show that's been on so long and built up so many expectations but I really enjoyed the final few episodes. The finale was quite the tearjerker in my house but I felt both Sam and Dean got the ending their characters deserved.

It's just a shame they never found a way to shoehorn Crowley in to the season somewhere.

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by Curls » Sun Nov 22, 2020 6:19 am

After Life - Season 1 and 2.

It's a nice show, but it becomes predictable. Ricky Gervais wandering around a village being sad but doing melancholy acts of kindness, I get it. The characters are nice, the old lady (Shaun's mum) on the bench is lovely. and I always love pretty indian ladies <3. The thearapist is a crude banana split, and although he's meant to be a complete paradoy of the lad culture, a grown up Jay from the inbetweeners is not what I'm looking for in my comedies and i despised him.

6/10 - No I'll give it 7/10 for the addition of Mogwai - Kids will be Skeletons a few times. What a song.


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by more heat than light » Sun Nov 22, 2020 10:35 pm

Criminal UK - Season 2

Really like this. It's extremely stylish, and handles its single location gimmick very well. Nice to see a crime show do something different for a change.

8/10

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by Memento Mori » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:46 am

Carlos wrote:Supernatural S15 - 8/10

It's always difficult to end a show that's been on so long and built up so many expectations but I really enjoyed the final few episodes. The finale was quite the tearjerker in my house but I felt both Sam and Dean got the ending their characters deserved.

It's just a shame they never found a way to shoehorn Crowley in to the season somewhere.


I don't think Mark Sheppard wanted to come back. Some fan asked one of the showrunners on Twitter a while back who replied something like "We'll see" and then Mark Sheppard jumped in and asked why the showrunner was lying.

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by Moggy » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:52 am

Community S6 - 6/10

Better than S4 but overall a bit gooseberry fool.

S1-3 were fantastic, S4 was awful, S5 ok, S6 just meh.

I don't hold out hope for a movie.

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by Jenuall » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:56 am

I loved 6, but it's definitely quite a different show from the earlier seasons.

I guess it depends how much you like the changes to the cast. Elroy and Frankie who were introduced in S6 are two of my favourite characters

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by Moggy » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:58 am

Jenuall wrote:I loved 6, but it's definitely quite a different show from the earlier seasons.

I guess it depends how much you like the changes to the cast. Elroy and Frankie who were introduced in S6 are two of my favourite characters


I liked Elroy (Keith David's voice :wub: ) but didn't think Frankie was great.

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by Jenuall » Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:00 am

Yeah you can't go wrong with a bit of Keith David. Elroy's "encouraging white people" bit from the wedding episode was fantastic.

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by Chocolate-Milk » Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:03 am

Carlos wrote:Supernatural S15 - 8/10

It's always difficult to end a show that's been on so long and built up so many expectations but I really enjoyed the final few episodes. The finale was quite the tearjerker in my house but I felt both Sam and Dean got the ending their characters deserved.

It's just a shame they never found a way to shoehorn Crowley in to the season somewhere.

Did Cass really go to Turbo Hell?

I haven't watched anything past season 10, and Tumblr is going absolutely wild with hilarious summaries of the finale to the point that I honestly can't tell which ones a true. :lol:

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by Carlos » Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:28 pm

Chocolate-Milk wrote:
Carlos wrote:Supernatural S15 - 8/10

It's always difficult to end a show that's been on so long and built up so many expectations but I really enjoyed the final few episodes. The finale was quite the tearjerker in my house but I felt both Sam and Dean got the ending their characters deserved.

It's just a shame they never found a way to shoehorn Crowley in to the season somewhere.

Did Cass really go to Turbo Hell?

I haven't watched anything past season 10, and Tumblr is going absolutely wild with hilarious summaries of the finale to the point that I honestly can't tell which ones a true. :lol:


In the end Jack, the son of Lucifer who had been raised by Sam and Dean ended up draining God of all his powers, making him human. Jack then became the new God but was much more grounded. God was the villain in the final season having decided to end creation because Sam and Dean won't act out the ending to God's intended story for them as an act of defiance.

It was established in an earlier series that when angels and demons die they go to a place called the big empty, effectively an endless nothingness. They have no existence here. Cass sacrificed himself to save Dean from the Grim Reaper by taking him and Death there. It was mentioned in the finale that Jack has resurrected Cass but he wasn't shown.

The last episode acted an epilogue of sorts. It focussed 99% on Sam and Dean. Dean dies early on fighting some Vampires leaving Sam alone. Whilst Dean is in Heaven speaking with Bobby, Sam gets a montage of how he gave up hunting to settle down, get married and have a son. On his deathbed his son, now an adult tells him it is time to go and Sam and Dean reunite in Heaven. Sam's son (also called Dean) has the anti-possessiom tattoo on his arm hinting that at some point Sam raised his son to be a hunter too.

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by Joer » Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:45 pm

Narcos Mexico - 8/10

Just finished both series and while it’s not as good as the OG Narcos, it’s still bloody enjoyable. Bring on series 3!

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by Vermilion » Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:54 pm

Westworld Season 3 - Not as confusing as the second series, but i was disappointed that Bernard and William had barely anything to do, and generally there was too much focus on Jesse Pinkman.

7/10

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by Chocolate-Milk » Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:18 pm

Carlos wrote:
Chocolate-Milk wrote:Did Cass really go to Turbo Hell?

I haven't watched anything past season 10, and Tumblr is going absolutely wild with hilarious summaries of the finale to the point that I honestly can't tell which ones a true. :lol:


In the end Jack, the son of Lucifer who had been raised by Sam and Dean ended up draining God of all his powers, making him human. Jack then became the new God but was much more grounded. God was the villain in the final season having decided to end creation because Sam and Dean won't act out the ending to God's intended story for them as an act of defiance.

It was established in an earlier series that when angels and demons die they go to a place called the big empty, effectively an endless nothingness. They have no existence here. Cass sacrificed himself to save Dean from the Grim Reaper by taking him and Death there. It was mentioned in the finale that Jack has resurrected Cass but he wasn't shown.

The last episode acted an epilogue of sorts. It focussed 99% on Sam and Dean. Dean dies early on fighting some Vampires leaving Sam alone. Whilst Dean is in Heaven speaking with Bobby, Sam gets a montage of how he gave up hunting to settle down, get married and have a son. On his deathbed his son, now an adult tells him it is time to go and Sam and Dean reunite in Heaven. Sam's son (also called Dean) has the anti-possessiom tattoo on his arm hinting that at some point Sam raised his son to be a hunter too.

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by Skarjo » Tue Nov 24, 2020 1:04 am

Chocolate-Milk wrote:
Carlos wrote:
Chocolate-Milk wrote:Did Cass really go to Turbo Hell?

I haven't watched anything past season 10, and Tumblr is going absolutely wild with hilarious summaries of the finale to the point that I honestly can't tell which ones a true. :lol:


In the end Jack, the son of Lucifer who had been raised by Sam and Dean ended up draining God of all his powers, making him human. Jack then became the new God but was much more grounded. God was the villain in the final season having decided to end creation because Sam and Dean won't act out the ending to God's intended story for them as an act of defiance.

It was established in an earlier series that when angels and demons die they go to a place called the big empty, effectively an endless nothingness. They have no existence here. Cass sacrificed himself to save Dean from the Grim Reaper by taking him and Death there. It was mentioned in the finale that Jack has resurrected Cass but he wasn't shown.

The last episode acted an epilogue of sorts. It focussed 99% on Sam and Dean. Dean dies early on fighting some Vampires leaving Sam alone. Whilst Dean is in Heaven speaking with Bobby, Sam gets a montage of how he gave up hunting to settle down, get married and have a son. On his deathbed his son, now an adult tells him it is time to go and Sam and Dean reunite in Heaven. Sam's son (also called Dean) has the anti-possessiom tattoo on his arm hinting that at some point Sam raised his son to be a hunter too.

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:lol:

I remember watching the first few seasons of Supernatural and really liking the 'Hot girl needs help fighting some strawberry floatin' thing' story dynamic. Then I stopped watching for a few years and all of a sudden they seemed to be fighting satan, and then satan's more eviller brother, and then his even more eviller uncle or something, so it's fun to see that in the final season they just said strawberry float it and had them fight God.

:lol:

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by Carlos » Tue Nov 24, 2020 8:13 am

Skarjo wrote:
Chocolate-Milk wrote:
Carlos wrote:
Chocolate-Milk wrote:Did Cass really go to Turbo Hell?

I haven't watched anything past season 10, and Tumblr is going absolutely wild with hilarious summaries of the finale to the point that I honestly can't tell which ones a true. :lol:


In the end Jack, the son of Lucifer who had been raised by Sam and Dean ended up draining God of all his powers, making him human. Jack then became the new God but was much more grounded. God was the villain in the final season having decided to end creation because Sam and Dean won't act out the ending to God's intended story for them as an act of defiance.

It was established in an earlier series that when angels and demons die they go to a place called the big empty, effectively an endless nothingness. They have no existence here. Cass sacrificed himself to save Dean from the Grim Reaper by taking him and Death there. It was mentioned in the finale that Jack has resurrected Cass but he wasn't shown.

The last episode acted an epilogue of sorts. It focussed 99% on Sam and Dean. Dean dies early on fighting some Vampires leaving Sam alone. Whilst Dean is in Heaven speaking with Bobby, Sam gets a montage of how he gave up hunting to settle down, get married and have a son. On his deathbed his son, now an adult tells him it is time to go and Sam and Dean reunite in Heaven. Sam's son (also called Dean) has the anti-possessiom tattoo on his arm hinting that at some point Sam raised his son to be a hunter too.

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:lol:

I remember watching the first few seasons of Supernatural and really liking the 'Hot girl needs help fighting some strawberry floatin' thing' story dynamic. Then I stopped watching for a few years and all of a sudden they seemed to be fighting satan, and then satan's more eviller brother, and then his even more eviller uncle or something, so it's fun to see that in the final season they just said strawberry float it and had them fight God.

:lol:


A few seasons earlier they had to fight God's Sister! The show never felt like it jumped the shark and always remembered not no take itself too seriously. If you want one episode that neatly sums up the final few seasons I recommend spending £2.50 on Amazon to watch S13E16 where Sam and Dean get sucked into an episode of Scooby Doo. Dean's terrible attempts to hit on Daphne are worth the price of entry alone.

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by Wedgie » Tue Nov 24, 2020 8:47 am

Vermilion wrote:Westworld Season 3 - Not as confusing as the second series, but i was disappointed that Bernard and William had barely anything to do, and generally there was too much focus on Jesse Pinkman.

7/10


I always got the impression that NOTHING will beat the first season. One of the best TV I’ve ever seen.

Haven’t seen the second season yet and I will fix that ASAP.

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by Drumstick » Tue Nov 24, 2020 9:00 am

Moggy wrote:Community S6 - 6/10

Better than S4 but overall a bit gooseberry fool.

S1-3 were fantastic, S4 was awful, S5 ok, S6 just meh.

I don't hold out hope for a movie.

So which is better out of Community and Parks?

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by Moggy » Tue Nov 24, 2020 9:06 am

Drumstick wrote:
Moggy wrote:Community S6 - 6/10

Better than S4 but overall a bit gooseberry fool.

S1-3 were fantastic, S4 was awful, S5 ok, S6 just meh.

I don't hold out hope for a movie.

So which is better out of Community and Parks?


Parks is more consistent (not counting the awful first season). But S1-3 of Community is better than anything Parks ever did.

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