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steveb07 wrote:I wasn't shouting that in annoyance or anything. Just in an encouraging "what are you stuck in this voided by Mowgli tumble-weed place? Go off and find the other thread where everyone is discussing the latest, you're missing out!"
|Watched the first two episodes of this last night on Netflex. I get the feeling I've been missing out on something awesome.|
You have. |
On the bright side: you have something really awesome to watch over the next weeks.
trav wrote:Prepare to thoroughly enjoy yourself, you lucky bastard.
Silly rabbit. What's she doing there?|
Also, why did the caption not mention her.
Just finished season 4 last night. Fuck me this series is just amazing. LOVED How they did gus's death to see him standing there as you pan round to see the damage was just brilliant I thought he did survive at first |
Walter is a right evil git though I've said before he's started liking the world he was in, he has been all through really but it blew me away at the end to poison a young child is really shockingly evil and I wonder what he'll get up to in season 5.
Love the show it really is the best thing I've seen in a vewry long time rarely has TV held, shocked and moved me in this way. Truly special and an amazing crime the UK didn't do it justice. Don't know whether to impatiently join the eye patch crew for season 5 or just re-watch from the start while waiting for Netflix to bring the next round. Thinking about the DVDs to but want to wait for nice complete boxset when the show does end.
Edited by bad09 at 20:06:44 24-09-2012
Great to hear that you enjoyed it so much. |
As for season 5 - I'd recommend that you watch it ASAP, because if you don't then you're going to have to spend at least a few months trying to avoid any spoilers. Besides which, don't you want to know what happens next?
Aaron Paul took home the Emmy for best supporting actor in a drama series. |
Damian Lewis of Homeland won best leading actor in a drama series.
Yeah I don't really torrent anything unless there is a practical need to these days but when I did download shows I didn't feel guilty as I pay for what I did download and seeing as the only place I'll see it in the UK is Netflix (again, a terrible crime!) I won't feel guilty now as I already pay my £5.99 and will 100% give them cash for DVDs (or maybe on blu seeing as it's so beautifully shot) at some point. Then again starting from the beginning sounds good to, it's been one hell of a ride, I envy trav up there starting fresh at the moment I can never get that back now
Was hunting around to see if there was clues as to when Netflix will get it (found nothing sadly) but did find some articles where Cranston was hinting 5 might not be the end of it as there is so much story with possibly more seasons after 5 and even the possibility of a film.
Edited by bad09 at 09:47:10 25-09-2012
ZizouFC wrote:Well deserved yo! I would have given Cranston best actor myself but not seen Homeland so probably massively bias
|I've seen Homeland... he really doesn't deserve the Emmy.|
|Claire Danes was superb, Homeland winning best series and actor is a real surprise to me.|
Psychotext wrote:Nah he is great in Homeland, final episode he played it perfectly.
Although I agree Cranston is superior.
So um, I agree with you...
Come listen to us discuss the Playstation Experience in Episode 11 of Open Source. zoolophage writes in!
|I like Homeland and Damien Lewis is great, but yup, Bryan Cranston should have won it and Breaking Bad most certainly should have won (over Homeland anyway, I can't comment on some of the other shows).|
|I suppose Lewis is okay, but Cranston should have won it by a bloody mile. I guess that Homeland is just the 'in thing' with the judges who want to be seen as 'hip' and 'trendy'.|
bad09 wrote:Go for it, snag it if you can then buy the DVDs/Blu-rays.
Was hunting around to see if there was clues as to when Netflix will get it (found nothing sadly) but did find some articles where Cranston was hinting 5 might not be the end of it as there is so much story with possibly more seasons after 5 and even the possibility of a film.Where's that then?
All the signs are that next years' final 8 episodes really are the final ones (and I hope they are too - I don't want to see it limp along and degenerate as so many series do when they go on for far too long). As things stand, the next 8 will mean that (hopefully) it ends with no quality depreciation.
bad09 wrote:Series is 5 is going to be the last season Vince Gilligan has stated empatically that this is the case and you will see why once you start watching it.
so it's not really on her terms, it's on his terms, because she isn't real.
@RobAnybody & whatfruit |
Ah, well the articles were old so a bit out of date but there were a few mentioning this possibility, both Cranston and Anna Gunn (Skyler) talk of it. Here's a link to one.
Maybe that thinking has changed in the meantime.
|Thanks for the link, will have a read.|
|That's Aaron Paul's second Emmy for Jesse BTW.|
A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.
I never caught this when it was on whatever channel but we have subscribed to Netflix and I started watching a week-or-so ago.|
I don't really watch TV much apart from sport but this series is bloody amazing. I have overdone it and watched nearly all 4 series that Netflix have.
Not being able to see series 5 is going to be a real downer once I finish.
Can you not 'obtain' season 5 somehow? |
Either that or go back and start from season 1 again - it's a great show to re-watch.
Late to the party but just watched season 1.|
Moving on to season 2 tomorrow.
It is a bit good isn't it!
|First half of season 5 went up on Netflix today. Good to watch them in HD and had saved Season 5 for this reason. Netflix (particularly with a US dns) is the best thing since blue meth.|