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Does the October announcement -well anger anyone else?

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    SeppukkuKensei

    [1]Oct 10, 2007
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    After waiting forever, it always seems like forever waiting for this show, we finally start seeing promos for Coming in October!

    Then we find out it's Oct. 30th. Seriously, tell me it's less than 20 bucks, when it's 19.99.

    Anyhow, is anyone else hoping that we don't see anymore Julia, Matt/Kimber this year?

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    JaceJones

    [2]Oct 11, 2007
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    Disagree whole heartedly. I personally can't wait to see more Kimber. From what I've read, she'll have a pretty intense story line this season. Don't forget she was a porn star...and they're moving to LA. That's bound to open up a LOT of doors for twists and turns for her character.

    Matt will mature some more and do whatever. He's not my concern, really. Though I do find him interesting to watch.

    And Julia...oh boy. Her arc, from what I've read thus far, is going to be intense. I'm actually more excited for her arc than anyone else's this season thus far.

    It's going to be a good one, people. I can feel it.
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    SeppukkuKensei

    [3]Oct 12, 2007
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    IT better Be. Im not loving much past season 3, but Season 4 closing everything down was nice.
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    JaceJones

    [4]Oct 14, 2007
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    Rewatching all of the seasons, I think they're all effin' brilliant. I didn't really like season four THAT much better than season three, but now rewatching both of them I think the flow of this show from season to season is brilliant.
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    jmac4ever

    [5]Oct 16, 2007
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    Season 2 is still the Best. Season. Ever.
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    charm3dkatie

    [6]Oct 16, 2007
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    I totally agree. Things got super-weird with the Carver storyline. But Ava was man/woman. I *loved* that storyline. She should come back permanently. The sexual tension between she and Christian was amazing to watch on a regular basis.
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    SeppukkuKensei

    [7]Oct 18, 2007
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    Season 2 was probably the pinnacle, and the show has been treading water up to season 4. OBVIOUSLY, the Carver had to be finished, and removing the rest of the bums from season 1 was a good idea.
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    Truman_Burbank

    [8]Oct 24, 2007
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    JaceJones wrote:
    Rewatching all of the seasons, I think they're all effin' brilliant.


    Season one was excellent and season two was very good. In order to give the show yet another chance, I'm trying to erase seasons three and four, because in my opinion, both of them were, for the most part, really bad.
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    JaceJones

    [9]Oct 26, 2007
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    Truman_Burbank wrote:
    JaceJones wrote:
    Rewatching all of the seasons, I think they're all effin' brilliant.


    Season one was excellent and season two was very good. In order to give the show yet another chance, I'm trying to erase seasons three and four, because in my opinion, both of them were, for the most part, really bad.


    I disagree with you whole heartedly. The only flaw either of those seasons had, in my opinion, was dragging out their villainous story arcs. It just didn't blend well.
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    SeppukkuKensei

    [10]Nov 3, 2007
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    JaceJones wrote:
    Truman_Burbank wrote:
    JaceJones wrote:
    Rewatching all of the seasons, I think they're all effin' brilliant.


    Season one was excellent and season two was very good. In order to give the show yet another chance, I'm trying to erase seasons three and four, because in my opinion, both of them were, for the most part, really bad.


    I disagree with you whole heartedly. The only flaw either of those seasons had, in my opinion, was dragging out their villainous story arcs. It just didn't blend well.


    The Carver's return was remarkable, but in the end, they were given almost a sympathetic feel, when they were clearly twisted freaks.
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    JaceJones

    [11]Nov 3, 2007
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    SeppukkuKensei wrote:
    JaceJones wrote:
    Truman_Burbank wrote:
    JaceJones wrote:
    Rewatching all of the seasons, I think they're all effin' brilliant.


    Season one was excellent and season two was very good. In order to give the show yet another chance, I'm trying to erase seasons three and four, because in my opinion, both of them were, for the most part, really bad.


    I disagree with you whole heartedly. The only flaw either of those seasons had, in my opinion, was dragging out their villainous story arcs. It just didn't blend well.


    The Carver's return was remarkable, but in the end, they were given almost a sympathetic feel, when they were clearly twisted freaks.


    Isn't that what a villain is all about? In their own twisted minds, they have reasoning behind what they do. If the Carver just carved faces for the hell of it, then it would be a two-dimensional villain, which is not nearly as fun to watch.
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