Yep I would smash on rifles, narrowly avoiding the stems poking my bottom but not messing up my stroke rhythm
Ole jar face lookin...
I say, instead of stepping back to try and figure the big picture, let's just focus on the small, microscopic things.
- The Mystery of The White Shirts Solved
I'm glad Jill joined the GR. She is truly the Meg of the show, and now we don't have to suffer hearing her talk, hooray!!! Sadly, with that development, Liv Tyler started talking again...you can't win 'em all.
Dog I'm still tryna figure out the whole stringent plot at this point...I don't think I can make it through another season of this. The mysteries are cool until their answers are just more mysteries. I understand that the book doesn't give a finalization of what happened on 10/14, but I just really don't like how that translates to television after 8 episodes.
In all honesty, for this show to truly work and get a solid fan base going, I think a practical science/real world factor is going to have to be put into play. Or just a flat out supernatural/religious explanation needs to spread out lol.
There's been hella religious motifs and allusions, so I'm not counting that out as I know they've changed things from the book. Regardless the show is a disaster and I can't help but watch week after week.
Deff reading the book once this season is done so I can view the next season from more of an objective view point.
baaaaaaa hahahaha Sir Jorah-zone
one thing about Kevin's dog killing friend, he was talking to the voices like Kevin's dad does, just noticed that when I watched the episode again last night
I would like to read to the book to know what is going on with the National Geographic from May 1972, who the voices are and what they want Kevin to do, I really don't care about what actually happened on the day the 2 percent disappeared, I would rather find out what is going on with the supernatural stuff
LMFAO that scene '"is it okay if I **** the guy you like?"