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Fear the Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Pilot

wanna catch it! Fear Twd S1E1 Pilot Episode here>>> http://gg.gg/3t9bg Legit and working>> http://gg.gg/3t9bg Fear The Walking Dead, AMC's most awaited original zombie series will premiere this Sunday, 23 August in the US. The series will be based in Los Angeles, but will not explain the reason or origin of the strange and deadly flu that turned humans into undead walkers. Unlike The Walking Dead's ruthless survival strategy, the companion series will focus more on emotional values and would revolve around two teachers, who are madly in love with each other. The couple will try to survive and save their children from the deadly infection that is gradually wiping out mankind from Earth. "It's just the onset [of the outbreak], is that it did allow us to take the problems that this family would have had regardless of if there was a zombie around the corner," showrunner Dave Erickson told Yahoo.

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@ qstream127

hd!!

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Days of Our Lives Round Table: Who Should Be With Hope?

I Think Hope would be happy to remain with Bo Brady they have a history together her nickname is fancy face .Brady is out of line what he said is not unacceptable to Theresa I love her and Eve JJ has to stop playing Cop He does need to stop being so Restatonal

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Fear the Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Pilot

i was disappointed they didnt release two episodes or a double length pilot to get it rolling. I fear that like TWD(became after broadening past rick), FTWD will ultimately rely too much on jumps between different groups while purposely moving the world clock forward a pico second at a time to drag it out. the slow time combined with the jumps and every other scene is an attack means you rarely get true character development but the suspense semi masks it. the formula has been working for TWD but its also the reason i always feel the show is hollow and I can already see signs this will be that same formula.

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@ humble_pedantic

NEED MOAR

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@ humble_pedantic

Uh, it was sort of double-length, at 90 minutes.

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@ Data1001

It was 60 minutes long dumb-nut

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@ SP

Both of you are correct. 60 minutes long yes, but thats long by TV standards of 40-42 minutes.
It was in a 90 minute slot on TV with commercials.

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@ SP

LOL - somebody downloaded it illegally instead of watching it on TV, eh? The total time may have been around 60 minutes, but that's without commercials. If you don't believe me, here's the listing from TV Guide, dumb-nut: Fear the Walking Dead Pilot7:29 PM on AMCHD 254, 1 hr 30 min 2015 TV-14

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Ray Donovan Season 3 Episode 7 Review: All Must Be Loved

I think Ray was going to confess because if he did the priest wouldn't be able to bring in the police or use it against him because it would be privileged. A confession would neutralize the priest, but Ray just couldn't bring himself to do it.

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@ TopHat

I thought so, too. But even more, there is that niggling Catholic guilt on top of the desire to make the deal that I image was present. Could have been my own Catholic guilt acting as if it was part of the show...

Joe desiderio

Yay, I'm finally happy with Quinlan. This is what the character was supposed to be all along. Vaun is a distant memory at this point. Quinlan's dispatching of The Feelers was awesome! Total badass there. His confrontation with The Master was great. The flashback scenes were the best though. Hopefully we get more Quinlan flashbacks as time goes on. I'm really ready for Dutch to become vampire food at this point. She's adding nothing to the story except making Fet less fun to watch. I don't like him all whiny and jealous, it's unbecoming of him. Palmer and Coco are just gross but I feel like she's playing him somehow. What her endgame is I'm not sure but I can't see her falling for the creepy old guy. Eph was good in this one too. Like you said the track star line was classic. I think him and Fet may team up now to go after Palmer. I think they bonded a little over that drink. Back to back great episodes. Last week I said that episode was the best one of the season but I think this week's tops it. Looking forward to the podcast Hank!

Ronald simkins

The ultimate soapy irony would be for Ben to kill his father.

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Ray Donovan Season 3 Episode 7 Review: All Must Be Loved

The whole confessional scene just felt false. Why would a guy who hasn't been to church in 36 years--who was molested by a priest (who was protected by guys like Romero)--climb in a confessional and even consider spilling his guts to a guy who weaseled a confession out of his brother? It was just soapy melodrama. The clincher was the priest speaking latin and shouting REPENT! C'mon, Ray Donovan writers. This is just idiotic. And the teacher storyline is just so incredibly boring and cliched. Bunchy was even a bit detestable (and I like Bunchy). He was saying he wasn't stupid after spilling the beans about a murder and saying he didn't hurt anyone after discussing shooting the guy in the stomach (mere seconds after punching his brother who is dying of Parkinson's). This episode was off the rails. I hope next episode makes some improvements.

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@ Buck Buckerson

I suspect we haven't seen the last of Father Romero, and I suspect he may be acting with an agenda that isn't what he claimed it to be. At least I hope so, because otherwise, your assessment would be correct about it being off the rails with regard to the whole priest/servant of the paraclete storyline. For me, what I find hopeful and significant is the rise of Teresa in Bunchy's (Brendan's) life and how she initially screwed with him and now seems to actually care for him. She's clearly very protective of him, and in a positive way. It's about time someone treated him as an adult.

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@ Buck Buckerson

you have issues, fix them, let your anger out on something else than great tv

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@ firstimer

He's in the right place to air his thoughts about the episode. As are you. It's about the show, not each other.

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@ firstimer

So having a (correct) opinion about a television show means I have issues? Okay. You know what your issue is: You think watching television passively with your brain turned off is how "great tv" is meant to be watched.

Wolfshades

I didn't trust Romero from the start to the end. I doubt very highly that his focus was on getting anyone (much less Ray) to repent. Remember how he tried to get the information about the priest's death from Ezra as he lay dying? That was hardly about anyone's repentance - it was about justice. Watching Ray follow Romero along, even as far as he did, was sickening. I was sure he was going to confess in that confession booth - and then discover it was wired and that Romero wasn't a priest at all but an undercover agent. I mean the "priest" is sort of good at playing undercover right? He took off his priest's garb when he attended the SNAP sessions and didn't let on to Bunchy at all that he was a priest. Plus that part at the end, where he supposedly excommunicates Ray and then follows that up with "repent!" Come on - once you're excommunicated that's it. There is no repentance after that, as far as I know. I think he wanted Ray to say the words. Did anyone else wonder if perhaps Mr. Donnellen had murdered his wife, and that maybe he's a closet psycho? I sure did. Bridget may experience more than a broken heart over this guy. I don't like that he agreed to get together with her for a coffee the next day - that's stepping over the student-teacher line. Of course if he's a psycho then that line means nothing to him.

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@ Douglas Wolfe

Either way on both stories...we're both so damn jaded!!! LOL I thought about the confessional being wired, but there really are cops who are also police, and even if they're police, they absolutely cannot wire a confessional. They can't do it. The Catholic Church has some pretty steadfast rules, and that's one of them, as far as I know. Messing with Ezra might have been easier since he was Jewish. The SNAP meetings are anonymous, like AA. They wouldn't tell anyone who they are, so that's a pretty airtight excuse. I'm not quite as jaded as you on that one. I also don't think Donellen will be a closet psycho. Ray Donovan doesn't usually veer into totally crazy territory, but more on the realistic life scenarios, and to put that in Bridget's path will be really off the wall when it comes to a private school. Hanging around a rapper with gang friends, murder makes sense. Maybe it's just me who would be mightly disappointed if they went that route. I'm still hoping the teacher is going to be taken aback Bridget is thinking along these awkward lines. Yep. You win the jaded contest!

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@ Douglas Wolfe

Stepping over the student teacher line? Let's not forgot that he went into, and sat with her of the floor of the women's bathroom - pretty sure he has no idea where that line is. There is something more to him for sure!

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Ray Donovan Season 3 Episode 7 Review: All Must Be Loved

However dark many of the plot-points are, the show remains amazing. At the same time, I was thinking: How can any man, let alone Ray Donovan, deal with ALL THAT STRESS ??

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@ RockStarinPalmSprings

My exact thought !!!!
The answer is in the next episode ....

Modwild

I thought this was probably one of the most important episodes with regard to the relationship between Virginia and Bill. It showed just how much she allows him to manipulate her into doing what he wants, and even when he promises her something, he cannot be trusted. First with the movie premiere. Virginia wanted to go, and Bill created a situation to prove he has power over her. It was nauseating. Dan Logan tried to gently allow Virginia to get out of it, but she was unable to make the move. That power was further displayed when Bill made Virginia feel as though it was normal fo her to bear her breast to a beast and for it to fondle it, despite how obviously uncomfortable she was with it. Once again, only Dan was understanding and ultimately put her at ease with what she did, but only after Bill disgustingly dangled the possibility of making it public not once, but twice before her. Virginia Johnson claimed later in life that she never loved Bill Masters, and it looks like they're heading in the direction of being true to that claim by way of this series. How could she have feelings for such a terrible man? It's amazing they were responsible for so much groundbreaking work when they were completely incompetent in their own lives.

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@ Carissa Pavlica

There's a reason it's masters of Sex, and not Masters of Love.