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I'm still watching & still entertained by the show. Coincidentally, I also started THE LAST MAN ON EARTH this week without knowing the similarities that would exist. Tickles me to death that both shows had, for a moment, two characters who thought they might be the last people on earth and they could barely stand each other. I don't know what Stephen King wrote. But, I think an awesome ending would be for Julia, Jim & Co. to save the town & the world from the pod people without needing Barbie's help. Then, they could all leave the dome and Julia would tell Barbie to take a hike because she doesn't need him anymore. She survived the end of the world with friends, frenemies, and a dog....and feels friends & a pet will serve her better in this new future. If Barbie's sense of honor & decency toward his fellow man was so easily overwhelmed by his need for The Sex, the Fab Five don't need him.

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Like Star Trek, it's always feel wrong for the CO to go on land to head up a mission. His #1, Adam Baldwin, should be the one to do that. Still enjoying the series, especially when we get the crew doing what they do best - operating like a well-oiled machine on the sea and off. But, really, they are the Navy. The sea is where they are strongest, and every time the action gets landlocked and they crew is disbursed, everything feels uber-vulnerable.

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The reviewer commented about 3 actresses w/red hair being pivotal to the series. Just a theory - maybe it's intentional & has something to do with the brilliant orange-colored monarch butterflies. The thing that's lovely is that I believe all these actresses are natural strawberry blondes.