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  • 306: Decoherence

    I thought it was obvious but maybe I am missing something but the synthetic protein in Williams blood was the tracker holarus mentioned and she was the one who disabled the reading of it to not show as being there which confirmed to holarus that William was where they sent Bernard.
    lengmoElisaalina_mac
  • Discussion for episodes 307 & 308, "The Bite" and "The Battle of Starcourt"

    I just do not know if I would rather Hopper to really be dead for the impact or him to be alive for the last season. Him being alive would feel a little cheap but i desperately want him to be so I am conflicted.
    Hatoriankianescmajjam0770
  • Australian TV show recommendations.

    And to tap in to a little NZ if you like a silly melodramatic fantasy series set in modern times the Almighty Johnsons is a fun ride.

    CretanBullDee
  • Defense of Game of Thrones' Legacy

    ken hale said:
    I don’t disagree with your argument about the show’s legacy, and I’m not trying to be a jerk, but I just love the irony of skipping one of your bullet points as you’re defending this season. Guess we just gotta plug the gaps with headcanon. 
    I am not really defending the season just that the double D's issues in the final season may be attributable to incompetence and hubris rather than malice which fair enough part of the incompetence could be them being lazy.
    So really all I am saying is they didn't tank the season on purpose.

    ken hale
  • 803 - “The Long Night”

    JaimieT said:
    This weekend has been such an exercise in, If the women do something OP, there's 100 ways it's wrong. Only the men can do OP things and have the 100 wrong things be called "nitpicking."
    I agree the women getting guff for doing awesome stuff more so than if they were men is true and BS but for the 100 things wrong being called nitpicking it depends on how big of a deal those 100 things are I think and of course minds can differ.
    ken hale