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  1. I just watched the finale, and im very glad, that "noone" died. After all these quotes from the cast, i was pretty sure that at least one of our friends has to go and i thought it will be Glen. But maybe he got bitten and we havent seen it, yet? Cause we didnt see how he escaped the walkers attack. I think it was very good not to kill the townsman (forgot his name), cause i really hope, that he will tell the truth this time, when they get back to Alexandria. With Rick: It was funny how Michonne said, that he dont have to do it, things will happen on their own... and so it happened: Walkers came in and the wifebeater went nuts. Not very good things to happen with one very bad consequence, but for Ricks position, they were quite ... lets say suitable. The one, that tried to asperse the group became the one responsible for the zombie "invasion" and the one Rick warned all the people about became a killer, which let Dianna to dismiss her principles out of vengeance. Funny how Morgan just arrived to become a witness of Rick erasing a "precious life". He looked kinda shocked I think what you were talking about that was missing, may have been a truely shocking scene after (i think Norman Reedus said it) we heard something like "we will sit in front of our TV Sets crying with handkerchiefs. I dont know when this should have happend. Do you?
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  2. Hello all, I've been a long time fan of Millennium and am so happy to find this forum here. Since the early days of AOL's chatroom based on the show, chatting about into the wee hours every Friday night after the end of each episode was great fun. Once it was cancelled, I was bummed and recently now it has returned as a comic book by IDW Publishing which made me so stoked. It was funny because I did an ink drawing of Frank Black way back in 2000 for Brian Dixon, whom I believe was responsible for the Fourth Horsemen Press site. I think he was in the middle of trying to create a comic based on the show but for some reason, it never happened. At one point, someone tried to use that illustration for a t-shirt without my authorization a couple years ago so I had to request it to be taken down. Having been raised in Cleveland, Ohio my entire life, Millennium enthralled me during my years at art school, despite the X-Files' popularity. Then I moved to Vermont in the mid-2000s in a town where " Omertà " was supposedly filmed at ( No I haven't seen Littlefoot around here, though ). I did a review of Millennium #2 on my blog site that can be seen here. I also did another blog earlier on about that show's revival at this post. It explains exactly what I went through watching this show and why it had me hooked with the actual illustration I did at the end of it. Issue #2 has been getting very interesting and really happy they're getting into the Season 2 flavor. This Is Who We Are!
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  3. I'm the same way but back during the AOL chat rooms, I looked forward to Friday nights and after each end of the episode, we just gabbed throughout the night. Good times. The one with the Rosicrusians or " The Family " featuring Katherine Black was fantastic because I was reading about the Rosicrusians on that exact same time, along with Freemasonry and Knights Templar. The show 'spoke' to me. This Is Who We Are.
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  4. Glad to be here, Walkabout. It's been years since I've been in a Millennium forum ( AOL, for that matter ) or chatroom. I believe there is a discussion board devoted to the IDW comic of Millennium? There's some interesting things going on in this story which I'm starting to suspect what's happening. And a Millennium movie or exclusive series to Netflix would be so awesome. This Is Who We Are.
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