I've seen a lot of season 2, and all of season 3. I'm good now.
The other side of the AMC marathon right now: Every episode has about half an hour of those annoying Kevin Smith bits with cast and crew. They say nothing (of course), and sometimes repeat the same ones during an episode. That made the marathon yesterday tough watching.
Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
Make this one for the ages!
There is a ******** of fluff in season 3. I thought it was worse than 2.
Do we still need spoilers? If so nobody continue.
for me it was mainly the season 2 soliloquy fest that really made me want to barf. Season 3 showed my favorite parts of the comics in a somewhat different but still interesting light. The idea of them taking and the maintaining the prison as a potential long term strategy was far more interesting to me than hanging out at a guy's farm that was bound to be overrun. I agree though that there was still a little too much that could be done without at times stretching the story out...Andrea's character is just so annoying and she's the coolest one in the comics. My wife basically says she won't watch again unless Andrea gets killed off.
I noticed there was a marathon yesterday. But I swear to ALL THAT IS HOLY, every ******* time I turned it to AMC to try and watch the episode that was on, there were FIFTEEN ******* MINUTES WORTH OF COMMERCIALS. How in the **** did anyone watch this? JESUS ******* ******, AMC.
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