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  1. #21
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    Any opinions on why "underground Charleston" seems to have been abandoned? Life was certainly better organized and cleaner down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishhead View Post
    Any opinions on why "underground Charleston" seems to have been abandoned? Life was certainly better organized and cleaner down there.
    Construction on the real shopping complex needed to move on? (:

    Now they have the barrier they can afford to be up top... And most humans like sunshine over darkness/artificial light.
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    Plus they can move around more, have access to fresh air.

    THough it makes me wonder where they grow all the fruit/veg and have grazing ground for all the meat?

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    OK...

    1. A LOT of stuff has been going down...wouldn't have minded a few flashbacks.

    2. The Volm look cool, certainly trustworthy for the time being. Too early to tell if Weaver is right.

    3. Karen is an overlord now? Flip!

    4. What the hell is up with the new Mason kid?

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    I think the show picked up a bit but still wouldn't call it good.

    Didn't like that they skipped past the first contact scene and into the future. Skipping after the first contact would have been ok. It was a bit jarring the way they did it.

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    It seems revolution is getting into that "Skiping time" act. Its one of the only gripes i have with the way they do things.

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    Cool way to start the season. While skipping ahead in some ways isn't preferred, the show has pretty short seasons and so can't afford to spend 2-5 episodes getting to know the Volm and going through a presidential election process. I thought they handled it pretty well. I'm interested to learn more about the Volm.
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    I still find it interesting that this series is stuck with only 10 eps a season, but every other series gets a full 20..

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    Great premiere especially the opening scene and the Hal/Karen weird woods sex thing. Started to become uninteresting once Hal lost his evil side. So, first 7 or so episodes were good, while the last 3 episodes were sooooooo anti climatic.

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    Okay, I just started Season Three and WOW! I loved this episode. I don't like that O'Quinn is gone and that was the first clue that Hal isn't the mole. Manchester would have reacted to seeing Hal out of the chair and he didn't. It was someone he expected to see. All signs point to the Chief of Staff, and yes that looked like a woman walking up to his door. But she also seems way too obvious.

    My biggest complaint is the stuff with the baby. I really don't like it and I hope it is all in Anne's head. There are a few explanations for it, but I still don't like it.

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