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I found an online version that matches the one I described to you on Amazon Prime. It's not referenced as a DVD version and looks to be a direct download of the version I saw on A-Prime. As for the dream/fantasy sequence, I've come to a different conclusion that the girl in the flashback is a symbol of freedom (Ireland) and that she was an idea loved by both John and Nolan. Eventually Nolan betrayed John to the British but not because of the girl but just because he was caught by them and subsequently cracked under torture/interrogation. John didn't kill Dr. Villega after witnessing his betrayal because he knew that the cause he was engaged in was just as fruitless as his one back home. By killing himself and leaving Juan to his own devices he sort of handed off the burden of the lost cause onto Juan. I notice Aussie accents are varied, at least when I watch television presenters and global personalities from Oz their accents aren't overbearing. Even Paul Hogan was easy to understand, but with this show a lot of the actors speak in an understated tone for some reason. Makes you wonder if Ramirez would eventually come around and change his ways the same way Montana did? Having an eternal kill-watch can get really boring LOL There are really incompetent producers in Hollywood who are greenlighting these doomed reboots thinking that they're capturing a new audience and year in and year out they keep failing. I remember in the early 90s when the Seattle Sound destroyed glam hard rock and record labels, movie studios and commercial marketers tried to realign their marketing tactics by appealing to angst-ridden youth and it failed big time. It never caught on because the youth didn't take the bait, so it died an early and every necessary death. Fast forward to today and we see consumer product companies bending over backwards to appeal to identity groups using preconceived narratives that everyone is fully integrated and sharing space with one another when in fact it's just the opposite. I'll need to rewatch the specific episode but I was originally under the impression that Jingles' mother was the root of the curse but apparently that's not the case. It's still kinda sad that they can't leave the camp. There seems to be a push by aging Boomers and Gen Xers to immortalize Mr Rogers lately. Even the movie itself plugs in the trailer that it's "a movie We Need Right Now" as if it were some sort of anecdote to living in the Trump era. The Truth is, American culture has been pretty vile and repugnant for centuries. Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood was part of my childhood but I soon forgot about it when I started to obsess over teen boy stuff like comic books, star wars, and girls. She looked nice and almost thicc in AHS 1984. The scenes where she's in her aerobics outfit highlights her curvy ass rather nicely. Really? Then that explains how CBS has the funds to produce it and make some money. I personally don't know anyone who streams CBS and I have a lot of friends who prefer streaming to cable/Dish/Fios services. People talk about the new Star Trek? It's not even available on paid cable. I haven't seen on episode because I refuse to pay for CBS Evan Peters ain't all that. View all replies >