boske wrote:Somebody said a few weeks ago that reading this thread is more interesting that watching the show. I just tried it this time around and you know what, they may have been right!
That's the best answer to whoever asked why read a topic with spoilers before watching!
Well, I did it the whole previous week as I only just watched Pt 14 last night. it didn't really spoil anything for me. I liked the episode quite a lot. I was a bit afraid it's gonna be very bad with Sarah and her face taking off but it wasn't, I actually enjoyed this scene... unlike the ghastly moment when Laura took off her face
I was afraid about the Glove man but I liked his story, too. OK, maybe the impact of finding Naido naked in the woods would have been greater because her presence in Part 3 was a powerful one for me. OK, so it spoilt this one a little bit but nevertheless I liked the whole wood trip sequence and Andy at the movies was really good, too.
And now I'm doing almost the same - I mean, I had some sleeping problems (children had, not me) so I got up at two something in the morning and took a look. I saw Mr C driving at night and it was fine, the convenience store sequence well... wasn't overwhelming at all but I think I wanna watch it in better conditions before I say anything. Evolution of the percolator...
Definitely better than the tree anyway. So then I saw Richard getting a punch and I couldn't help thinking: what was the whole sequence at the "farm" with armwrestling for? They could have met anywhere.
I saw, too, when Mr Todd got shot down and even more strongly I felt that all of his scenes were complete time wasters; it was a character that introduced nothing. I saw Chantal and Hutch devouring sandwiches, too, well another piece to their tarantino style. And! I saw Dougie looking at salt and pepper as if they were twin peaks
... and then connecting to the socket. As usual this was the part which caught my attention the most.
I should actually have made a disclaimer before the previous post about Ed and Norma - I haven't seen much of them form the last episode. Just some bits with Norma dropping Ed for the organic milk guy and prior to that, some Ed/Nadine conversation from which I understood (but at that point I had to keep the volume very low) that Jacoby's golden shovels gave freedom to both of them, say. So my previous most may become invalid after I have watched Pt 15 properly, yet it remains valid for all I have seen so far.
Oh but wait wait wait - I also saw Margaret and later Hawk reporting the news to the others. Now that was a BIG moment, really.
Unfortunately I also saw Steven and the girl under the tree. Couldn't for the life of me understand what was the point of this scene.
At some point the child started crying again so I deliberately turned off the TV in order to watch it properly with the rest of my family tonight or tomorrow