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Guest A Stranger
What's this? Someone criticising 'Bardol Thardo'? Sacrilege!!! I will admit that it was perhaps a bit too obscure for its own good in places, but I consider this to be a very strong episode. It is absolutely central to the overall arc of Frank letting go of his hatred of the Group and Emma's slow seduction to the Group's cause by Watts.

Watch it again. Please.

I've watched in numerous times. I agree it has elements that were important to mythology but as a whole it just doesn't work. Maybe I'm missing something about the red laquour bowls and the lack of explanation about them growing hands. Enlighten me. :bigsmile:

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MDM: ...yeah but really that's like asking an ardent S2 hater to re-watch "Anamnesis" or "The time is now" and try and find a "deeper" meaning! LOL! -(i guess sometimes it's hard to find what's been already bashed over your friggin head in the first place! :gaba: )

STRANGER:"EXPLAIN THEM GROWING HANDS"? LOL! well,all i can say,since there was no s4,and since C.C./1013 were never ones to give and leave simple explanations when they can be brought back up 1,2,3-seasons from now.that the group was very obviously involved in bio-research. but explain it? that's like trying to explain the infamous nonsensical "cosmic bubble" from owls or the blood-spurting finger tips fro the infamous "VIRAAAAAAAAL CHICKEN BBQ!". -(EXACTLY HOW DOES A VIRUS MAKE ONES FINGER TIPS SHOOT BLOOD IF THE PERSON TOUCHES ANYTHING? that was never in any Richard Preston book i've read on viruses! :bigsmile: ) ....or while we're on the subject,how did that industrial microwave NOT instantly kill Atkins the MOMENT it was turned on? ...how DID Lucy Butler appear in 2-different places at the almost the same time in Lamentation? ...how DID a kidney suddenly transport itself into Katherines fridgidair? and on..and on.......and on.........

cheers,

~se7en :ouro:

-(how many licks does it take to get to the center of a toostie pop? 3!)

~se7en :ouro:

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MDM:  ...yeah but really that's like asking an ardent S2 hater to re-watch "Anamnesis" or "The time is now" and try and find a "deeper" meaning! LOL! -(i guess sometimes it's hard to find what's been already bashed over your friggin head in the first place! :gaba: )

STRANGER:"EXPLAIN THEM GROWING HANDS"? LOL!  well,all i can say,since there was no s4,and since C.C./1013 were never ones to give and leave simple explanations when they can be brought back up 1,2,3-seasons from now.that the group was very obviously involved in bio-research.    but explain it? that's like trying to explain the infamous nonsensical "cosmic bubble" from owls or the blood-spurting finger tips fro the infamous "VIRAAAAAAAAL CHICKEN BBQ!". -(EXACTLY HOW DOES A VIRUS MAKE ONES FINGER TIPS SHOOT BLOOD IF THE PERSON TOUCHES ANYTHING? that was never in any Richard Preston book i've read on viruses!  :bigsmile: )  ....or while we're on the subject,how did that industrial microwave NOT instantly kill Atkins the MOMENT it was turned on? ...how DID Lucy Butler appear in 2-different places at the almost the same time in Lamentation?  ...how DID a kidney suddenly transport itself into Katherines fridgidair?                                and on..and on.......and on.........

                                                                          cheers,

                                                                    ~se7en :ouro:

-(how many licks does it take to get to the center of a toostie pop? 3!)

                                                            ~se7en :ouro:

I guess what I was refering to with the hands was why there were doing it. And those microwaves must take a while to heat up. :bigsmile:

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You're right se7en, picking holes will lead nowhere; in the words of one of the 'wise' devils in Somehow Satan Got Behind Me: "Just go with it..."

But the BBQ gore-fest can be explained, I think. The doctor who knew all about the virus had explained that it caused people to "sweat" blood (yok!). I don't know, however, if there is really a virus that can actually do that; or even if it's physically possible to sweat blood (please say it isn't).

Sweet Dreams,

PMO

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You're right se7en, picking holes will lead nowhere; in the words of one of the 'wise' devils in Somehow Satan Got Behind Me: "Just go with it..."

But the BBQ gore-fest can be explained, I think. The doctor who knew all about the virus had explained that it caused people to "sweat" blood (yok!). I don't know, however, if there is really a virus that can actually do that; or even if it's physically possible to sweat blood (please say it isn't).

Sweet Dreams,

PMO

The biggest problem I had with the "sweating blood" was that it seemed to sweat at every possible dramatic moment! Why didn't Catherine start having convulsions like the Farmer? And why did the mother at the dinner table go crazy first and then start bleeding as soon as the daughter touched her? :smokin:

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You're right se7en, picking holes will lead nowhere; in the words of one of the 'wise' devils in Somehow Satan Got Behind Me: "Just go with it..."

But the BBQ gore-fest can be explained, I think. The doctor who knew all about the virus had explained that it caused people to "sweat" blood (yok!). I don't know, however, if there is really a virus that can actually do that; or even if it's physically possible to sweat blood (please say it isn't).

Sweet Dreams,

PMO

i assumed it was due to the breaking down of the cell membrane, and when there was pressure put on the fingers it caused them to rupture (like bursting a blister or a boil)

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                      i assumed it was due to the breaking down of the cell membrane, and when there was pressure put on the fingers it caused them to rupture (like bursting a

                      blister or a boil)

Eep.

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Guest The time is Near

some of the episodes from millennium are really really good, most of the episodes are really good, some are freaky lol

Pilot

Gehenna

Sense and Antisense

Luminary

Siren

Owls

Roosters

In Arcadia Ego

Antipas

Forcing The End

Human Essence

Burrowed Time

The Sound of Snow

Colaterial Damage

The Fourth Horseman

The Time is Now

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Guest Snapper

My four desert island ep's (I'll answer the favorite episodes question once I'm done with the polls)

1) Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions

2) The Curse of Frank Black

3) Midnight of the Century

4) Borrowed Time

If a 5th were to fit on the disc, it would be The Thin White Line. Or maybe I'll just put some porn in there.

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Here are my top five, in order:

1. The Mikado

2. Roosters

3. The Hand of St. Sebastian

4. The Curse of Frank Black

5. Jose Chung's Doomsday Defence

So I looked, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given to them over the fourth of the Earth, to kill with sword, with hunger, with death... and by the beasts of the earth.

REVELATION 6:8

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MZP: Fiction never tasted so good!

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