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  1. Promo: Original air date: 1/15/20
  2. This review of the crossover so far sum up my feelings, especially this exchange:
  3. A compare/contrast thread to discuss The Flash and other similar (or not) TV shows. Arrow/crossover talk goes here too. ---------------------------- The superpowers and villain-of-the-week format makes it resemble early Smallville; however, I think they're doing a really good job with their season-long arc with the mystery of shady Dr. Wells.
  4. Episode Synopsis: A fateful meeting, a bard is maimed.
  5. Episode Synopsis: A return to before a kingdom is flamed.
  6. Episode Synopsis: Lyra discovers the horrific truth behind the Gobbler’s activities in the North. She must use all her wits to help free those around her and avoid suffering a terrible fate.
  7. Episode Synopsis: A picky eater, a family shamed.
  8. Episode Synopsis: The hunt for a dragon is underway.
  9. Episode Synopsis: The Law of Surprise is how one repays.
  10. Episode Synopsis: The alethiometer sends Lyra and Iorek on a new path, leading to a shocking but vital clue in her search to find her friend Roger and the other missing children.
  11. Post media mentions here. http://www.cinemablend.com/television/Outlander-Video-Takes-Us-Behind-Scenes-Ronald-Moore-Starz-Drama-64535.html http://www.scotlandnow.dailyrecord.co.uk/lifestyle/pictures-new-american-tv-show-3580668 http://www.tvwise.co.uk/2014/06/outlander-starz-drama-cables-next-global-hit/ http://www.movienewsguide.com/outlander-tv-series-trailer-watch-video/19427 http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/tv-radio/pictures-9-reasons-outlander-global-3674373 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXO3RNc90u0 (panel discussion with EP Ron Moore, author Diana Gabaldon and actors Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan
  12. Episode Synopsis: The Witcher Family, as you all like to say.
  13. Episode Synopsis: We look at a sorceress's earlier days.
  14. Episode Synopsis: As the Magisterium closes in, Lyra learns more about Asriel’s rebellion. But her assistance to him comes at great personal cost.
  15. Promo: Original UK air date: 11/24/19 Original USA air date: 11/25/19
  16. Reminder: This is the No Book Talk topic. No discussion of the books is allowed including saying "in the books..." Book readers are discouraged from posting and liking in this thread. Posts may be removed without warning.
  17. Reminder: This is the No Book Talk topic. No discussion of the books is allowed including saying "in the books..." Book readers are discouraged from posting and liking in this thread. Posts may be removed without warning.
  18. Also in this episode, we meet Zacky Martin in passing as his daugher marries Jim Carter, Robin Ellis pops up as the judge Ross clashes with over Jim's sentence for poaching, and Ross decides that sleeping with the servant he fancies means he should marry her. Plus, was it just me misunderstanding, or did Tom Carne tell Demelza he'd be back the next day to take her home but then not actually turn up to collect her? The more I see of this new adaptation, the more I want to re-watch the 1970s version, but I can't because I don't own it. It makes me really wish I'd read the books, as well, as the baseline against which to compare both! I think Aidan Turner is doing a decent job - he's certainly very charismatic, which is just as well since this adaptation is focused very intently on Ross, only catching glimpses of other peoples' stories going on around him, so he has to carry the whole thing. That's one of the big differences I've noticed between this adaptation and the last - the '70s version spent a lot more time getting to know the supporting characters and telling their stories. This is a very lean production, in comparison. It's also a very fast production – short scenes, skipping rapidly through the story. The cinematography is absolutely stunning but I can't help feeling that we're missing out on a lot of atmosphere and depth because of the breakneck pace – it doesn't allow itself to linger on anything, perhaps to its detriment. I also feel that this production is a bit heavy-handed in its desire to portray Ross as the perfect romantic hero of the story, focusing on the nobler aspects of his character and glossing over his flaws, whereas the 70s version wasn't afraid to show the darker sides of his personality right from the earliest scenes, signalling right up front that this was a complex and potentially dangerous man with strengths and weaknesses in equal measure – that Ross had a lot more bite and edge to him than this one. It's the same basic story, but with the stresses and emphasis in different places - it's interesting to see what a difference it makes. As far as Demelza goes, I'm enjoying Eleanor Tomlinson's performance as long as I don't let myself remember Angharad Rees. She's doing a decent job, selling Demelza's yearning and insecurity, and the spirit that lurks beneath, just waiting for the opportunity to blossom.
  19. A spot to speculate (without spoilers or book talk please!) about the next season of You! If you do reference any outside source (book or spoiler), please use spoiler tags; posts that do not will be removed but anything more than a quick mention should go in the book/spoiler thread. Thanks!
  20. Reminder: This is the NO Book Talk topic. No discussion of the books is allowed including saying "in the books..." Book readers are discouraged from posting and liking in this thread.
  21. Episode Synopsis: A monster slain, a butcher named.
  22. Reminder: This is the No Book Talk topic. No discussion of the books is allowed including saying "in the books..." Book readers are discouraged from posting and liking in this thread. Posts may be removed without warning.
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