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|Topic Started: Jan 17 2013, 09:07 PM (723 Views)|
|King||Feb 28 2013, 01:42 AM Post #21|
The last two episodes have not been great, but I am still into it. It's a bit much with all of the Stefano Dimera-like accomplices.
I think it's still one of the better shows I have seen recently.
The first four episodes were GREAT.
|cyndabell||Feb 28 2013, 04:45 PM Post #22|
Edited by cyndabell, Mar 2 2013, 10:51 AM.
|aimees76||Mar 4 2013, 02:34 PM Post #23|
||I still really like it, and I find it believable enough that he would have so many accomplices because he had 8 years in prison to build on this network, plus, flashbacks show that some of them were introduced before he even went away ... the play on cults also helps, because while there may not be that many potential serial killers out there, there are plenty of sheep who would latch onto someone charismatic like Joe & do anything to help his "cause", whatever that may be. I'm looking forward to the story continuing to unfold, and I hope it manages to pick steam back up toward the end of the season on go onto another.|
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