Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Joe, Jun 9, 2016.
Weak ending, and fake out deaths are never good, but overall the season was a lot better than 2. After ep 3, it really was pretty great.
I can’t get on board with the weak ending take at all. I thought this ended great.
Yeah even if the show was cancelled, take out that after credits scene, and you have a perfect series finale
They abandoned the sweet Invasion of the Body Snatchers thing they had going for a giant monster, everyone split up again and a fake out death. But I'm glad people enjoyed it. Still a good season overall.
I definitely loved this season but I was a bit bummed about not getting more invasion of the body snatchers stuff, but still enjoyed the giant monster stuff. super gross, I dug it haha
Yeah it was pretty gross and violent so I did love that lol.
Been watching a lot of Hell's Kitchen clips on Youtube and look who popped up! About 45 seconds in.
Right! If i didn't love the gross sludge flayer as much as i did i might have been bummed about them ditching the body-snatcher thing, but i'm good with it overall.
This was a good season!
Hahaha holy shit that’s so random & funny.
I think the ending wrapped up all of the plot threads neatly for this part of the series-- At least with the demagorgon/government experiment subplot. But it was SO FUCKING SAD and definitely not in tone with the rest of the series on that note.
I binged this all day yesterday and absolutely loved it
I don't keep up with news so I had no idea if this was going past this season, and was assuming it was the end and plenty satisfied with it til the post-credit scene haha.
Not to say I'm dissatisfied it's continuing of course
Doing our Season rewatch.... still love Mr. Clarke listening to Weird Al.
This is actually really cool.
Yep, part of why I’m not a fan of the binge show format. The weekly talking and speculating is part of the experience
I saw soooo many Scoops Ahoy costumes at comic con
Nah, waiting each week for a new episode is brutal. It's crazy to me that Hulu does that with some of its original series. I'm more likely to catch small things and callbacks to earlier episodes when I don't have a week for my brain to forget small things here and there.
I hate watching something in less than a week and then forgetting about it for a year or so. I like watching shows week to week.
I can definitely see the arguments from the other side, and I agree that I do hate the feeling that a show is taking extra long to come out because you watch it so quickly. So it is definitely a trade off.
The first one I saw I told them "Wow, that was a quick turnaround!" and was sooo impressed. Then I saw like, 100 more and realized that fans are just crazy
The binge release has sort of stifled discussions with my friends because we all watch at different paces. Like I'll watch up to ep3 but they're up to ep7 and someone is on ep5 so we can't really talk about much until we all finish it, at which point it's just a discussion about the season overall instead of separate conversations about each episode and the speculative discussions that come with that.
edit: That said, it's hard to keep up with so many shows week to week, so I'm not complaining too hard ha.