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    I was talking with a coworker about the Witcher and I had clearly missed some points in watching the first four episodes ... so I rewatched them again. Itís good, but Iím still confusing characters. I just now realized the princess at the beginning isnít the princess that he uncursed in the third episode. Iím also still unsure of timelines here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    I was talking with a coworker about the Witcher and I had clearly missed some points in watching the first four episodes ... so I rewatched them again. Itís good, but Iím still confusing characters. I just now realized the princess at the beginning isnít the princess that he uncursed in the third episode. Iím also still unsure of timelines here.
    Just in case anyone hasn't seen it yet, I'm going to put what I think happened, and remember (binged watched it first weekend), in a spoiler section.

     
    From what I remember, when it finally all unwound, I was thinking the opening scene was the queen and her granddaughter. Then, later in the show, the episode with the room spinning I believe was the queen's daughter and her cursed lover, who eventually has a child, who Geralt says he will claim with the law of surprise.

    Separately, the cursed princess in episode three main role is that her father, and his army, comes to help Geralt in episode eight when they are trying to hold the castle from the onslaught.


    Anyway, having not rewatched it, that's what I think I remember.

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    Locke and Key on Netflix -- about five episodes in, and they have done a pretty solid adaptation. I didn't notice when I read the series how much it resemble's Joe's dad's It with kids, magic, generational cycles, and memories.
    Eastwood later said of the transition from a TV western to A Fistful of Dollars: "In Rawhide I did get awfully tired of playing the conventional white hat. The hero who kisses old ladies and dogs and was kind to everybody. I decided it was time to be an antihero."

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    The Wire.

    This is supremely strong, rich, and quality content.
    I'm smooth with it because I know what to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Locke and Key on Netflix -- about five episodes in, and they have done a pretty solid adaptation. I didn't notice when I read the series how much it resemble's Joe's dad's It with kids, magic, generational cycles, and memories.
    What is the show about?
    I'm smooth with it because I know what to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    The Wire.

    This is supremely strong, rich, and quality content.
    Very good series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Locke and Key on Netflix -- about five episodes in, and they have done a pretty solid adaptation. I didn't notice when I read the series how much it resemble's Joe's dad's It with kids, magic, generational cycles, and memories.
    It's on our list to watch. Watched several movies this past weekend, plus the Stranger on Netflix, but Locke and Key was up as the next series we were going to check out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Locke and Key on Netflix -- about five episodes in, and they have done a pretty solid adaptation. I didn't notice when I read the series how much it resemble's Joe's dad's It with kids, magic, generational cycles, and memories.
    I just ran across this last night. Watched the first two episodes. Pretty good.

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    The Wire.

    This is supremely strong, rich, and quality content.
    The Wire, is hands down the best television series ever created. Nothing else comes close.

    "A Man must have a Code." --Omar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    I just ran across this last night. Watched the first two episodes. Pretty good.



    The Wire, is hands down the best television series ever created. Nothing else comes close.

    "A Man must have a Code." --Omar
    The first five seasons of GOT make it the GOAT to me. But I can't lie...I'm wrapping up the first season right now and it is on that level. The same urge to pause the show, stop and think about what I'm watching, that is there.
    I'm smooth with it because I know what to do with it.

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    Omar is like one of the best characters in it and i love Elba's work too.
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    You think someone would just ******* shoot him when he comes sauntering down...but yeah Omar is incredible.

    My favorites are the two Barksdales and Kima.
    I'm smooth with it because I know what to do with it.

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    B Ironside is killed. Damn!
    why you so serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    B Ironside is killed. Damn!
    Maybe.......

    It was hard to tell what was a dream vs reality. Im not totally sure he is gone just yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Maybe.......

    It was hard to tell what was a dream vs reality. Im not totally sure he is gone just yet.
    Good point. For the show to go on, it seems they'd keep him alive, then again, Lagitha went to Valhalla.
    why you so serious!

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    'Ride Along'
    why you so serious!

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