Join in on the Continuum general show discussion.
For all the Canadians who just watched the finale, I was just curious about your thoughts on the episode? (I will try to keep mine spoiler free!) Wow though, that was a bit of an insane episode. I was both a little confused and shocked, which is great because I was starting to get bored the last few episodes. I cannot wait for the next season now!
When I first heard about Continuum before it aired in the states, I marathon-ed all of the episodes I had missed and eagerly anticipated the next weeks episode (all legal of course NSA/FBI). Then I watched the episodes again when the SciFi channel aired them. I loved the show, but sometimes it felt a little flat. So far in this season, I haven't had that thought even once. The acting and the writing just seem much more crisp this season. I'm not sure if it's because they shook off the nervous jitter cobwebs, or because somehow Rachel Nichols has gotten even hotter this season, but I definitely feel like this season is much more fluid than the first. Thoughts? Agreements that Keira is super-er sexier and flows better? Hard nos with pitch-forked angry mob riots?
As the title says, welcome! I didn't start this, but I'm glad to see Continuum gaining ground!
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