Oh no worries! I was mostly kidding. If I had HBO Go, I would literally never get anything done.
I think the Todd Haynes-directed episode is possibly the best individual television episode I've seen in the last 12 months.
Oh I love Amy so much, her driving is just brilliant.
Oh and the episode was directed by David Michod, and it was really great!
I haven't watched this yet, although I hopefully will soon, but it seems strange this show is only a half hour long.
I know, it takes a much different approach to a lot of other shows in the way it reflects on what's happened and it really opens us up to the psyche on the people who's lives we are so involved in.
"The Ghost Is Seen" and "All I Ever Wanted" . DAMN.
So, I finally got around to watching Episode 2 of this season. And while Episode 1 didn't grab me so much (admittedly I watched it under bad personal circumstances) I watched Episode 2 and I'm in.
Oh God was this the series finale? I absolutely LOVED every minute of it, amazing...
Well, I hope it's not the series finale, but if it is, it's a good one.
I was pleasantly surprised this got a second season, tbh.
"Keep yoah paint outta my pahhking spot aaaahhhht depaaahhhhhtment!!!"
Awful news. I was hoping that an announcement would not be made, a Peabody would be won, and they would be in a position where they couldn't cancel a show that just won a Peabody. Can't blame HBO though. Thankful they gave the show a second season and a chance that it would feel tied up (and it did end in a way that it does to a point).
They cancelled their best show. Ugh. Fucktards.
“Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously close to wanting nothing.”
I've grown to love this show so much, it's sad that it's been cancelled already.
However the ending was so great and wrapped everything up so well that it almost didn't need to continue.