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Cliffhanger!! Can the people that run ABC take an opportunity during the festive season to mull over the need for such programming to be signed for a second season? I realize that I am just one of 10 million people out in TV land to recognize great TV but this show is getting better week by week. The ability for people to adhere themselves to characters is a time consuming process and we have now crossed a threshold with "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”. Many of the great TV shows of the past took considerably longer establishing definable characters within an ensemble cast. Historically we placed our attention on a single character and followed their exploits but, recent television has delved deeper into "unreality shows" and people have lost the crux of entertainment... Stories. Lost, Grays, ER, Chicago Hope, MASH all had stories which drove their shows, they all had one concrete element allowing them to flourish and bloom “PRIME TIME”! Sunday evening at ten I'm getting into bed taking a
Great episode & cliff-hanger! Nice to see them back. --Cindy
I know I stopped watching after the first episode, I am quite curious as to people's opinion of Margot robbie, who plays Laura. It's always great to see Australians on American tv, and I hope she does well in her career over there.
Whoever directed and edited this episode deserves congratulations, the pace of the show was excellent. I've enjoyed the show since the beginning but it has had a tendency to dawdle to long in individual scenes, the reason, I think, is because they want us to notice how much work is put into the details of the time period, to let our eyes linger over the sets, costumes, accessories, etc. Tonight's episode had enough going on that there wasn't time for that and the faster pace of the show made for a more enjoyable watch. And more then that I think the director and editor got the most out of each scene.
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