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11 Shows That Outwore Their First Season Welcome

Pretty Little Liars should be on this list

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I can definitely live with this casting.

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Power Season 2 Episode 7 Review: You're Not the Man

I think Ghost's plan, is to set Kanan up as Ghost and give Lobos up to Angela. Her stating she wants the boss. Gets Kanan out the picture and helps Angela at work. He'll later inform Angela, he is Ghost and that if she gives him up she goes down as well. I see him moving to the Serbs supplier, the Milan that keeps being mentioned.

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Am I the only one who wants to see Peter Capaldi in a Hawaiian shirt? Random, I know, but we haven't seen much colour in the last 10 years. Black, brown, navy with some pinstripe variations, and a red lining... Ready for some flair!!!!

Stu b

What a weak plot line, script and characters we don't care about, except maybe 2.

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@ Stu B.

I vary caring about two characters by the week. So, I probably can care about all four, just not at the same time. ;-)

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Quotables from Week Ending July 23, 2015

These used to reference the show they were taken from, unless I'm not recalling properly. I miss that feature! I only recognize quotes from shows I already actively watch now. I'd love to know which shows the rest of the quotes come from. I've discovered some new-to-me shows that way in the past. Any way we could bring back the reference to the show title with these?

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@ daybreak1012

If you click on the link in any one quote, it will take you directly to the quote in the system, which is nestled under the show page. Right click open new tab if you don't want to lose your place in the slideshow. :-) We'e using a new way to put the show together that pulls it from our quotes system.

Chris larrondo

Yeah I did feel a little downer but that was because my expectations are pretty damn high for this show as is. Sorry I will continue to bash Zack and how he has been written. There really aren't any redeeming qualities when it comes to him. RIP Vaun barely got to know you. Yes Dutch's arc did fall a little short but I do however enjoy her interactions with Fet. As far as Palmer goes, yes his love interest doesn't really fit in my eyes but I guess they wanted to get him a little more screen time so what better way. Good stuff seeing Fitzwilliam and Gus getting check ins because I feel like those 2 characters are 2 of my favorites.

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Loved last nights show but I now HATE Connor... Letting the dog out really upset me and it was the one and only time I sympathized with Abby. I was really hoping he'd show up at the end of the episode.

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@ Anne

If that was my kid, he'd be banned from using any electronics at home until he found that dog.

Joe desiderio

I just thought of something else. There's a flaw in Eph and Nora's plan. If the Master can see through the eyes of all of his subjects he must know what they're up to.
Why wouldn't he just kill the infected vampire before it can start infecting the other ones?

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I agree, it's too convoluted with multiple story lines. And it's not the fault of the actors; I feel they've all done great with their roles, but the story feels so needlessly complex that they should have reduced the main characters by one or two.

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@ Steve Prohut

I'd say it became laughable pretty early. ;) Vince Vaughn is all height and no gravitas. I think they could have cut his character out of the show entirely and not hurt it. Colin Farrell the heartthrob just isn't believable as a middle-aged burned out cop, though I give him credit for his acting. The other two are also actually pretty good acting-wise, but their characters just aren't interesting. Or maybe they might have been if it weren't for the rest of the show being such a mess. Season One centered around a strange crime and had two pro actors chew the hell out of it. The setting was pretty thick with atmosphere. This season had a crime, but it was a crime against a scumbag. And it got pushed aside with a convoluted plot. To make up for the lack of atmosphere, we got a big dose of Twin Peaks. Good grief... I could go on. I knew when Season One ended it was a fluke. It was too good and looked like it was from a guy new to television. (No old pros in TV would fill it with so much philosophical dialogue.) Season Two shows that Pizzolatto was sort of a flash in the pan. Clunky dialogue that should have never made it to air. ... Disappointment.

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@ Steve Prohut

It's gotten to the point it's almost laughable. I read a friend's recap on another site, and I suppose Frank was visiting someone who was related in some way to the sale of the blue diamonds. Or maybe I just conveniently connected those two plots in my head via Frank because I heard the word "kids." Who cares about diamonds that apparently traded hands in the 1992 LA riots?! I don't care about these poor people. Just yikes.

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@ Carissa Pavlica

Yes, but...................... Nevermind!

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@ Carissa Pavlica

Hey Carissa.. I think Frank was visiting the widow of the guy that worked for him - the one who worked in the sewage company or whatever it was. He was trying to get him back into business but then he got murdered. I think that was his family.