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Speculation on season 4 part two of season one now on Netflix... Unven season 5, but brilliant last couple of episodes I wish this film... "The Woman Who Fell to Earth" review God Friended Me Fantastic finale! **SPOILERS** Need help remembering title of short-lived mystery series Any speculation on who... [SPOILERS] By watching all the released season 5 episodes in one day... View all posts >


You know that "Allah" is the same god of Abraham that xtians and jews worship, just the Arabic word for it, right? Lust For Life, Kirk Douglas overacts. Van Gogh would never go hungry the way Douglas chews the scenery. He's miscast, in any case. Frankenstein (1931). Kind of slow-moving, logic-deficient actions by characters, and lack of horror or suspense. Loved it as a kid, though. Sound of Music. Don't get me started with those songs, especially "Doe, a deer, a female deer..." AAAARRRRGGGHHHH!!!!! Maybe Mustache was successful in warning everyone (though we don't know for certain, as the film's ending was left ambiguous) but years later young Michael Meyers found an overlooked Silver Shamrock mask that he would put on on that fateful Halloween night! Same here, though it would've been nice to know a little more about <spoiler>the two strangers who also remembered The Beatles, one of whom was Russian and one of whom was British. How did they find one another? What were they doing at the time of the freak blackout that allowed them to remember the band?</spoiler> Though that probably would've ended up adding too much exposition. Maybe Danny Boyle could add a DVD extra on that. BTW, are you a native of Washington D.C. or Washington State? I'm in the latter. It was Robert Carlyle, though I don't think he was aged enough to look like a 78 year old Lennon. Had the same question about not crediting an actor to play Paul if one was credited to play Ringo. Oddly enough, Wednesday Morning, 8 AM was the first episode of A.P. Bio that I watched. It was just all right, but the next episodes were even better: Toledo's Top 100 and, especially, J'accuse. I finished the rest of the season and really enjoyed it. I think Helen became my favorite character (especially when she throws her arm into the air in the last episode and freezes in position... twice.) Then I went back and binge-watched the first season online, and all of the second season episodes again, and then went to IMDB to see what trivia there was for the show. And that's when I found out it had been canceled! Now I'm devasted. I was really looking forward to seeing it return in the Fall. Some of it still isn't clear. In fact, A LOT of it still isn't clear. I doubt Lucille 2 was alive after Cinco. The telephone calls that Michael kept receiving from her were pre-recorded messages from the Lucille Austero campaign, something Michael wasn't smart enough to figure out as he never listened to the calls the entire way through. One theory is that Lucille 2 was "the happiest corpse" because she and Buster f*cked and then she had a heart attack. (The "happiest corpse" is a lyric from the song Cabaret, from the musical of the same name, btw, and the last episode ends with an instrumental version of the song; Liza Minnelli starred in the film version of Cabaret). So her death could've been entirely non-murder-y, but Buster would've felt responsible or that he was supposed to take the blame (like he did for Mimi's death, even though he actually did push her down the stairs). I'm still confused by what happened at the stair car. Was Buster genuinely surprised that her body was disappeared? What happened on the five minutes of videotape that were deleted? Did Fake Block actually do that? On the other hand, we've seen through out the series some of the things Buster's done. And maybe he actually [i]was[/i] a monster like he kept saying! Another possibility was that her brother Argyle killed her - but there's no, err... concrete evidence to support that. Buster then hid her body but had difficulty digging her up for the wall trick - which he alludes to. He used her body in place of the mannequin - maybe the same one Tony Wonder substituted during the closet switch trick. This would explain why Buster used Lucille 2's body in the wall instead of a mannequin: he'd dumped it in the ocean (which ended up getting caught on tape). Ironically, Lucille 2 didn't want to build the wall but she did! yeah, they kind of screwed up by choosing a film that came out at the end of the 90s. So doesn't this place Schooled about 10 years in the future of The Goldbergs? (Lainey, Erica, Johnny Atkins, and Evy - nice that they remembered to include her in there, though she kinda disappeared after Erica stole Geoff from her - all attended their high school reunion, probably their 10th) In which case, Lainey and the other teachers whom we know from the Goldbergs (Coach Mellor, Glascott, etc), don't look 10 years older on the spin-off. Are you looking at the Share? TWWFTE: 45.1% Rosa: 29.6% or maybe you're looking at the Rating? TWWFTE: 10.96 million Rosa: 6.39 million Not seeing "almost in half" here Of course, if you go back to the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, Moriarty wasn't in very many of them. Each story or novel had a new villian to uncover. View all replies >