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  1. Within the confines of the show it's a 5-star hotel with 3-star service.
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    Completely agree with the sentiment! This thread could be a good place for discussion, but once you get here and see the first post it spoils the entire plot. Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.
  3. Yes, they were prescription, but for the uninitiated that was a lot of Ketamine.
  4. I don't think the Mossbacher's fully understand how the sister treats the brother when they aren't around. So we are to believe both those girls managed to get that amount of elicit drugs (almost casually) from home to vacation? Props to the one girl for travelling with a bong that had water in it carried loosely in a bag...that takes some skill. Also, from my observations, people who use drugs know EXACTLY what drugs they have and how much they have left. So why are Papa Mossbacher's balls swollen, or is it psychosomatic? Every Tanya scene has be dying from second-hand c
  5. Jennifer stated she gets attached to men really quickly and that's been problematic for her, so she clearly can make attachments quickly. I think the Mossbachers mentioned something about their teen boy stimming, which would imply he is on the spectrum so maybe that's why he wants his own space (and it's not really a punishment type thing). Interesting tone in this show and nothing like it on TV right now, so I'm in.
  6. As dark as this one was, I really enjoyed how much it did for AVA to come to the realization that she needs a personality transplant to succeed in life. I don't think we're supposed to like her at this point, but the show is different from everything else on tv right now so I'm in.
  7. Why o why did this season feel so underbaked? I still cannot put together what happened with Nick. He was def into her until he just wasn't. Am i supposed to think that he was turned off by her coming over drunk? He didn't seem to mind given his note and texts. Maybe it's just representative of those times where you think something is clicking and then it's just not what you perceived. I still wish he's explained himself a bit better. I didn't know this was meant to be the final season and now I'm bummed. I fell Aidy could carry a feature film of her own given the chance. I'm sur
  8. Not to give anything away, but his past will circle back to the "present" storyline in a big way.
  9. Binged the show in two days and liked it more and more with each episode. My biggest nitpick was that all of the key actors look like they're 20-25 years old but the characters would benefit from being different ages. It's so hard to buy world-weary, seasoned kids. Game of Thrones had this figured out....and yet I look forward to seeing where the story goes.
  10. Khaleesi of the Green Grass, Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons... oops wrong show. I def feel like we're drowning in red herrings at the moment. It was weird to be discussing a gunshot that the audience never got to even see....just a strange directing choice. If you kill a gal in the woods do you circle back towards tons of witnesses to grab a unique bicycle? Dylans Bronco would sell for 25-30k if the inside is as nice as the outside. Also, no way would the state grant full custody to the mom if everything we believe to be true about her is without more distance between
  11. Going into the night I thought hearing from Krebs would be the most interesting part, but then it wasn't all that interesting. Based on previous appearances I expected to like Stephens the least but then he was the "best" part of it for me. I am not very familiar with Flanagan, but there were at least 3 times where she said something so outlandish to open her comments that I could feel the air sucked out of the room. For example, her all sides are terrible take about news organizations possessed zero nuance. She strikes me as someone who makes their bones being a literary firebomber just f
  12. This once dynamic show is spinning it's wheels and I cannot even surmise why when they have source material to pull from.
  13. KC certainly stays on brand. Unless I missed it, Bill didn’t float too much about DJT not wanting to leave. I enjoyed the discussion and quite liked bill pointing out that lots of politicians reach out to rural Americans. Unfortunately they stopped short of hitting the point....DJT was embraced because he was the only politician brave/stupid enough to openly weaponize their bigotry and hate of the “other”.
  14. What even is this show now? We’ve gone from a space noir with nuance, pace and action to a messy family break up show. Needless to say I found this episode pretty pedestrian.
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