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Angela's mysterious past in Vietnam is at last revealed.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Watchmen from 2305 votes.
Everything ends. For real this time.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Watchmen from 2168 votes.
Under Lady Trieu's care, Angela undergoes an unconventional treatment while Agent Blake chases down a lead. The Smartest Man in The World delivers a stunning defense of his past actions.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Watchmen from 2252 votes.
Deep under the influence of Nostalgia, Angela gets a firsthand account of her grandfather's journey.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Watchmen from 2295 votes.
The origin story of Looking Glass is at last revealed, as is the truth behind the greatest hoax in American history. The Smartest Man In The World plots a daring escape.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Watchmen from 2258 votes.
Following a late-night visit from the Senator who authored Masked Policing Legislation in Oklahoma, FBI agent Laurie Blake heads to Tulsa to take over the recent murder investigation. The Lord of the Estate draws unwelcome attention.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Watchmen from 2496 votes.
Reclusive trillionaire Lady Trieu finally enters the stage with a mysterious offer. With Blake getting closer to the truth of her coverup, Angela enlists Looking Glass for help. The Lord trains two new servants.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Watchmen from 2329 votes.
As Angela relives haunting memories of an attack on her family, she detains a mysterious man who claims responsibility for Tulsa's most recent murder. An original play is performed for an audience of one.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Watchmen from 2735 votes.
In an alternate America where police conceal their identities behind masks to protect themselves from a terrorist organization, Detective Angela Abar investigates the attempted murder of a fellow officer under the guidance of her friend and Chief, Judd Crawford. The Lord of a Country Estate receives an anniversary gift from his loyal servants.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Watchmen from 3522 votes.
Last updated: feb 23, 2021
That one episode is enough for me to drop it, normally I give even the worst shows 2-3 episodes. Too many other, good, entertaining stuff to watch.
I was very enthused about this once I heard it was Lindlehoff at the helm. The Leftovers is one of my all time favorites, and this series promises to be a deep dive thematically with him at the helm. The series opener is as smart and interesting as I expected, but I was happy to see that it delivers on the action elements, as well. Very solid beginning - I'm psyched to see where it goes.
This is one of my most anticipated series for this year.
I was _not_ prepared for this show to likely become the thing I'm most psyched about in this surrounding two years; and yet here I am, witnessing all signs pointing to the rest of the season living up to that honor. This was _soo much **better than the poor trailer** for it originally had me expecting._ Yes, I later learned more information — that Damon Lindelof, of LOST and The Leftovers, was behind it — eventually getting me more interested; but I certainly wasn't confident, given the trailer. This has me remembering how good the movie actually was... I kind of lost track of my memories of how intense it was and how involved it's last act was... ==Anywho, on to the real reason I had to post something.. Timepoint 59 mins and 59 seconds in the episode is what finally gave me what I was truly waiting to validate: that there was no way that the soundtrack could be so NIN without actually being **NIN / Trent Reznor / Atticus Ross.**== 10/10.
A W E S O M E!
Holy shit! what an ending to an excellent season 1.
That was a very enjoyable watch. From start to finish. Even despite the fact that I had/have no prior knowledge of the source material. Even though I was clueless from the beginning and remained clueless until six or seven episodes in, every second was immensely enjoyable. But now that it's over, and I've completed watching it, I can't help but feel disappointed at myself for taking as long as I did to finally understand, even if it was just mildly, what was going on. I'm sure this would be so much more enjoyable to watch a second time, and that's saying quite a lot. Of course, I doubt I'll ever get around to it. Like I never do when I say I'll rewatch a season of a show or a show in its entirety. I know there's so many details, information, and references that will raise the level of enjoyment for those deeply familiar with the source material, and deeply invested in the show overall. As someone who's still pretty clueless about everything, really, in regards to the show, even I think the hate directed at this show by certain people is completely and utterly ridiculous. Don't succumb to what those people are saying and not bother giving it a shot as a result. This show is enjoyable for those who have no idea what's going on, and don't have prior knowledge to assist them. And this show is even more enjoyable for those that do.
Ffffffffinally...adult superhero shows have arrived
garbage don't waste your time
I think this will be tough to get into for those who haven't seen the movie or read the series. I did both, but I still had to read through some recaps after each episode to make sure I knew what was going on. Basically, it just won't hand you much in the way of exposition. If you can invest the brain effort to keep track of the story though, I think it's worth it. In terms of superhero shows, it's much more similar to The Boys than any of the Marvel/DC stuff out right now: it's more mystery/suspense over the long term than episodic action. Regina King is fantastic.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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