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    pretty impressive so far and I was worried which way they were going to take after S2 ending.... finally see some time travel :-)
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    I personally think season 3 is going to rock our socks off.

    And Amanda Tapping does a lot of directing this season, and if her tweets are anything to go by then we're gonna love it.

    And as far as the plot for season 3... (big giant spoilers)

    Spoiler:
    My answer to the question: Which Alec to keep? -- damaged timetraveller Alec
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    Without getting into details or spoilers, I can say that so far, S3 has been the best series yet. Perhaps a bit confusing, but the plot moves quickly and there's very little of the tedium that's plagued the first 2 seasons. The confusion comes with the emergence of a couple different timelines. So far, we are seeing only one. The subject of the other one is talked about a lot, so I'm having a little problem figuring out how the whole mess will/won't merge.

    You will also see Kara's past and how she got to be a protector. I think that will raise a few eyebrows. The main characters from 2014 will be a bit different, too.

    Bottom line, it's very watchable and pretty good TV. Perhaps the lines of good/bad, right/wrong, get a little blurry this year.

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    Oh yeah, here's one spoiler, for those that can't wait. While in a flash forward showing Kara's backstory, she wears the most hideous wig I think I have ever laid eyes on. Be forewarned, if hairstyles in the future are expected to be like that, I'm glad I'll be dead before I have to experience it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12OzMouse View Post
    Oh yeah, here's one spoiler, for those that can't wait. While in a flash forward showing Kara's backstory, she wears the most hideous wig I think I have ever laid eyes on. Be forewarned, if hairstyles in the future are expected to be like that, I'm glad I'll be dead before I have to experience it!
    Yes, that was one hideous hairdo... they shouldn't repeat that ever!
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    Yes some throw back to her future mother's counter culture past and Kara's inevitable "60s" rebellious reaction.

    Might explain her becoming a tool for the new corporation government/law.

    No one just joins a war, unless they are deluded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I personally think season 3 is going to rock our socks off.

    And Amanda Tapping does a lot of directing this season, and if her tweets are anything to go by then we're gonna love it.

    And as far as the plot for season 3... (big giant spoilers)

    Spoiler:
    My answer to the question: Which Alec to keep? -- damaged timetraveller Alec
    looking forward to her input and in answer to your spoiler

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    keep both ...possibilities of time travel effects are endless.


    I have this hunger to see a kind of "Cloud Atlas" type action-reaction /consequences of choices over time.


    Half a mo....this is a good show and its Canadian...happening in Vancouver.

    That does not compute ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by psl1 View Post
    looking forward to her input and in answer to your spoiler

    Spoiler:
    keep both ...possibilities of time travel effects are endless.


    I have this hunger to see a kind of "Cloud Atlas" type action-reaction /consequences of choices over time.


    Half a mo....this is a good show and its Canadian...happening in Vancouver.

    That does not compute ;-)
    I'm still on the fence as to......

    Spoiler:
    ....which Alec. It's going to be interesting to see which Alec's actions doom him first!


    LOL! Isn't it great, a good Canadian show set in Vancouver! They can mention places we know and they aren't standing in for anything else. Motive is the other show I'm enjoying that's also set in Vancouver, it's looking good for Canadian productions at the moment.

    It all makes a nice change that we're not taken out of the moment with seeing places we know in shows and movies being somewhere else! It doesn't seem so bad if it is the parts of Vancouver or the Lower Mainland that you don't actually live and work in and so familiar with.

    I recorded today's episode so I can skip quickly through the ads, so I now have that to watch.

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    I know I don't have many believers, but I've been saying for years that Canadian TV is some of the best on the planet. Percentage wise, anyway. It's not really recognized because our output is relatively low. But if you look at the total amount of shows produced in Canada and the number of them that are popular and successful, we'd be right up there with the best.

    People automatically compare TV around the world with the US. They just don't stop to think how many new shows are produced every year. I mean there's a ton of them. anyway, wrong forum for this discussion.

    Continuum, we watched the 4th episode last night in the great white north. As I've said before, they've really put it altogether this series. Ep #4 was very good. I would have considered it an excellent one, if (always has to be an "if"), they were working with a 20 or 22 episode series. They didn't increase it this year have they? But unless I'm wrong, 13 is the number. Spoiler free analysis, lots of puzzle pieces came together. We could see where peoples attitudes and beliefs are changing. It was probably a less expensive episode to make. The content was very important, but IMO, it chewed up a lot of time.

    Bottom line, I'm actively engaged with the show like I never was during the first 2 series. It's good and it promises to be the best season yet.

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    So.. I've been thinking about Cameron's suit.. there are weird brain interfaces that can control her and read her thoughts, but she has to select options on her suit? Hmm

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    Continuum wins the Best Dramatic Series award at the Leo Awards.

    Not surprising really, it really is a great show, well written, acted and produced.

    http://www.theprovince.com/entertain...809/story.html

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    I'm really glad they won. It is one of my regular stops in TV land along with 'Game of Thrones' , 'Silicon Valley' and 'Elementary'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisz View Post
    Continuum wins the Best Dramatic Series award at the Leo Awards.

    Not surprising really, it really is a great show, well written, acted and produced.

    http://www.theprovince.com/entertain...809/story.html
    Cool, thanks for sharing.

    I hope they get one more season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cluas View Post
    Cool, thanks for sharing.

    I hope they get one more season?
    After this last episode they had better come back to explain wtf just happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psl1 View Post
    After this last episode they had better come back to explain wtf just happened.
    The latest episode (11) actually explains a lot. I had more problems with the first half of the season

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    Spoiler:
    Sonia's flabbergasted "Kellog?!?" was the best reaction ever.

    I do wonder what will happen to Liber8 next.

    Oh, and that nail in Keira's foot. I knew what was gonna come next, but my sister realized too late how she was going to get her foot free... Her face was priceless. Kinda like how she can never unsee the latest death (of many) in the previous episode of GoT. Horrified wouldn't be accurate enough to describe it.
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    Okay, I need help. I'm confused about who is from when, from which timelines, with what agendas. What actions have caused what changes, and which timelines are lost, and which are still possible, etc. etc.

    Have any fans, on the internet, offered a visual map of it all? A diagram? I searched without success. Links, please... links! I'm not prepared to re-watch from the beginning. (Ah, when things were simple)

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    I don't think anyone's gone through that trouble -- I probably could but I don't have the time for it right now.
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    That last episode was a huge game changer, it had everybody stump. Can't wait for tomorrow. I was kind of hoping Tonkin was Kiera's son from the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaSolTierra View Post
    I was kind of hoping Tonkin was Kiera's son from the future.
    Spoiler as I have no idea in which of the last few this was revealed...

    Spoiler:
    That's what I was thinking too, until we see him kill Kiera.
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