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  1. Reading between the lines, I'm sensing you didn't like the owner very much...
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    Babylon 5

    The Babylon 5 cast really don't have a lot of luck on their side.
  3. Is that not the end of Season 1? From memory Fisk isn't in season 2 much apart from the prison scene in, episode 10?
  4. This. I can't remember much of DD Season 2,from memory it was pretty pish apart from the scene with Fisk. But Season 3 was properly properly good. One of the best seasons of TV recently. In some ways criminal we didn't get a S4 but it went out on a high. I didn't hear good things about the Defenders. Worth giving it a go? I've not seen the other Marvel Netflix shows.
  5. Nah. Picard was uneven but was still more interesting and entertaining than Discovery. Discovery just spends half its time being dull. And the other half being ridiculously convoluted. I, arguably, liked Picard ore than most but it definitely had its flaws. Its highs were higher than discovery and its lows no where near as low.
  6. The Series X is great for playing past gen games quickly and looking good but, yeah, it desperately needs one or two games that show off some of its power. I know it is the start of the gen but usually there are a couple of games released which whilst pretty shit in general do show off the shinies at least. Not this time around. Things like Forza Horizon 4 look amazing but it just further makes me want something built from the ground up.
  7. I'm still amazed that Starfleet let the Discovery crew keep hold of Discovery. Sure, keep Stamets if you need him to use the spore drive but replace the crew with competent officers from your own timeframe who know what they are dealing with. I'd argue this even if the Discovery crew were competent, which they are not seeing as it took them all of five minutes to lose the ship to Starfleet's main enemy. It's like William the Conqueror coming to 2021 and being tasked with negotiating with North Korea because he was responsible for winning the Battle of Hastings.
  8. I would like to see more options than the two standard options. The new MCU Wanda series seems to have a mystery at the heart of it, so why not drop an episode a day and play out the story that way. I definitely think there are more options available than all at once or once a week.
  9. Weird description, but season 6 is included for me on prime.
  10. There's nothing wrong with a bit of flying by the seat of the pants. Lots of great shows set up problems or plots they have no idea how to resolve. The difference is a good writer will be sensible in what they set up and also write a satisfactory answer and conclusion. Lost by all accounts....
  11. If you enjoy discussing a show a weekly roll out makes it easier. Star Trek Discovery is pretty shit but there was a good weekly discussion of each episode. If you just dump the whole lot, I think you tend to wait until you've seen it all before jumping into the thread to avoid spoilers. When shows drop all at once, there is often little discussion of specific episodes but more on the series as a whole.
  12. Is there a middle ground? Weekly does seem a bit old hat but all at once can be a bit overwhelming and the episodes tend to lose their individual identity. A two weekly, Friday and Tuesday release schedule would suit me fine. A spaced out approach does make you feel you can catch up on something if it is generating a lot of chat or buzz. You hear about a great new series, you can watch the first few episodes and then catch up with anyone else. All at once, by the time you've heard about it all all the episodes are out, people have moved on and spoilers become a proble
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