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i didn't realize rashida jones was in this
this show looks fantastic
the first episode was very good, i'm excited for the rest of the show
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no one knows what a pez dispenser is, lmao
so the rebellion not only destroyed all written records, but also somehow completely stopped the passing on of oral history?
Rebecca Ferguson and David Oyelowo are both great
i don't have much to say, this was another very good episode
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pretty sure i own that water bottle
i like that we're getting the first glimpse of how powerful IT/judicial is—my vague recollection of the book is of IT being even more so
putting the shutoff valve in between the pressure relief tank and the pipe seems like bad design. also, what's producing the steam and couldn't they shut that off? or like, any way of bypassing the generator and venting the steam out wherever it usually goes?
ooh, wonder if that girl noticed the fake lush greenery
how is there no one better qualified than the clearly out of his depth kid?
or they could have taken out symmetrical blades to remove the imbalance and restarted it while they repaired the others. clearly this is written like this to force juliet to deal with her fear of water, but still
those gripes aside, this was a good episode—the tension of the generator maintenance was very well done
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how on earth do they still have coffee
who the hell is that
i have no further commentary. this was a very good episode, i continue to really enjoy this show
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boy, bernard is a really terrible speaker
is the magnification thing to stop them from developing more advanced technology, or to stop them finding out about something? and other questions i might know the answer to if i remembered the book
the pez dispenser is back, lmfao
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So who's the shadowy man? My money's on Bernard; in the book he comes off way more powerful
i keep having no commentary, this show is just very good
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an etch-a-sketch, lmao
the full might of IT^Wjanitorial
or could bernard just be faking the whole "i trust you jules, i'm on your side" routine
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This show is getting stressful.
Ooh, we finally get evil Bernard!
She's clearly not going to fall to her death. There's definitely one of the landings right below her.
This episode was very tense and very well done. The whole adaptation has been really well executed.
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is bernards table at the pancake house ready
Juliet dont sit with your back to her
hows she just getting through the security checkpoints now
Another fantastic episode. This show is really good at building up tension. Might be my second favorite Apple TV+ show after Severance.
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“Shut your eyes!” lmao like thats gonna help bernard
dont take the plea bargain jules
Theyre good in supply! (wasnt the whole heat tape thing way more explicit in the book?)
Oh no jules you shouldnt have told him about the door
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This show was fantastically well done, I eagerly await the next season. In the meantime, I think I'm going to reread the books.
All of the acting was good, and Rebecca Ferguson in particular was great. The writing and adaptation from the book was good (I think, it's been ages since I read the books). It was not action-packed, but it moved along at a fairly steady clip. The visuals were good, and the soundtrack was fantastic. There is, at this moment, not a thing I would change about this season.