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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by Soup, Dec 15, 2017.
another amazon prime original. Just finished. The main character, fantastic tits.
Don't you mean marvelous tits?
She was great as Rachel in House of Cards
Watched 4-5 episodes last night... really good show.
Really enjoyed this show
Wrapped this up. Found it rough through the first episode or so but really fell for it before the end of 2. Performances. Shaloub and Hinkle are great. Pollack too. Bornstein is fantastic.
Great show, Rachel Brosnahan is a damn national treasure.
Just finished this. I’m in love with Midge.
Really interested to see how Season 2 goes. The back story with Joel and his father really made me feel for him. He’s such an asshole it’s impressive how they were able to write him to be so pathetic that you actually feel sorry for him.
Does anyone else thing this would do great as a play? The whole thing seems like it might have originally been written that way.
Watched episode 1 today on a recommendation and really liked it. Will watch the rest of season 1.
I agree that Rachel is a national treasure and her tits are marvelous.
Started this last night. Gosh almighty midge is beautiful. It’s such an upbeat show.
this is a good point, and i hadn't really thought about it that much. they really did a good job with Joel.
Three episodes in. I can see why it did well at The Emmy's.
Season 2 out.
Not off to a great start though.
Agreed. A little self indulgent now. The Paris trip was an eye roller (though I loved Abe in that role). And Midge needs to stop being good at every-fucking-thing. Big time Mary Sue character.
Yeah it seems to have lost a little magic from the first season.
That being said, I thought it got back to being really good after about episode 2-3.
Ah, I'm only through 3 right now. I actually think a lot of the story lines are better for the secondary characters this season (Joel and his dad, Abe and Rose) but I've found Midge to be too much of a caricature this season, even in a show where part of the appeal is the over-dramatics.
Yeah, I can definitely see thinking that. I think her being so hot allows me to overlook it.
I liked season 2 better overall. The Catskills shit was the absolute peak for the show so far imo
I can agree with that. But man those Paris episodes bring it down a little.
I really love this show and completely agree that it has a list of play/stage elements.
I continue to enjoy the show, but I thought this piece was very much on point
Came in at the beginning of Season 2 (wife was bingeing it). Was thoroughly pleased.
Had a few people recommend it and glad I took a chance on it. On S2 and has greatly exceeded my expectations.
finally got around to starting this and went through season 1 over the last week. enjoyed it a lot; it's really well-acted.
And really nice tits
The cultural references in this show are amazing... at the Paris nightclub the New Yorker tells Midge she should see this psychiatrist that really helped her friend Sylvia Plath.... amazing
Thoughts on season 3? I gotta say I'm about 5 eps in and I have been pretty disappointed.
It’s the worst of the 3 by a pretty big margin but still good TV
Agree it’s not as good but still very enjoyable. We’re 4 episodes in.
Just finished watching over the last month or so. End of Season 3 had me a little confused/disappointed.
How would Midge be so blind to the sensitivity of the situation? Seems like given how close they were getting, him opening up to her, taking the hiatus, etc, there wasn't a blind spot to be had. Just seemed like a strange take.
The acting is really good but the season 3 storyline just wasn’t nearly as good to me.
I enjoyed the season a lot.
Bornstein continues to own the fuck out of her role, which is the real key for me. I liked watching Moishe torture Midge's parents... in fact I liked the whole idea of them losing their lifestyle (sorta). Mei was a really compelling character add - an excellent foil for Joel (whose club pursuit I think is entertaining in its own right).
It's true that it was stupid for Midge not to get that she couldn't be "real" about Shy in front of an audience - but it actually makes sense in the context of her character, who in spite of being largely honorable is outrageously self-centered, much like her parents.
I also appreciated that the writers allowed for that flirtation with Bruce without it being cliche and boring.
Last note - Imogene
You nailed the underlying message re: Midge. Deep down, she really isn’t a great person and does some awful stuff.