Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by popdisaster00, Jun 13, 2016.
Yeah I have the same feeling.
They even had Omar's Newports. Yes.
I think the door the cat goes in and out of is going to play a huge roll...
Yep I think both the cat and door will be significant.
episode 3 was depressing
but those first two episodes were soooo uplifiting
This show kind of reminds me of Making A Murderer, based on the fact that after the first episode, you know that nothing that happens the rest of the show is going to be good for the protagonist.
It's possible that he is found not guilty, but that won't come until the end of the show more than likely.
Speaking of, I'm really looking forward to the courtroom scenes. Is his judge going to be the same judge that denied him bail? If so, a change of attorney could really hurt his chances. Stone seemed to have a good relationship with that judge.
they were tense. this one was more sad/depressing to me, not a glimmer of hope or optimism
I was just playing. This episode was definitely the most depressing.
Woof. This show just keeps on getting more and more soul-crushing.
I thought it might not even been the girls house? Unless they said that it was already and I missed that....
EDIT: I've also only seen the first episode.
I think the Step Dad said that the house belong's to the victim's dead mother. He's super suspicious btw.
Was the step dad in the first episode?
We met him in the 2nd episode. I haven't seen the 3rd episode yet so I'm not sure what else has happened w/ him.
Ahhh okay, I've only seen the first haha. I need to catch up.
Haha oh man we're both playing with fire then, hanging out in The Night Of thread.
Step dad isn't even in episode 3.
I had no idea Michael k Williams was going to be in this so that was a really nice surprise.
Loved the ending of this week's
Hate we are already halfway through.
I'm glad that bitch is no longer his lawyer. When she spoke to Naz parents, she was like do you know how much money it costs for the defense in a kidder trial that could take x amount of time? I'm prepared to offer that for you.
Hopefully Stone and the intern(?) can kind of team up now to help try and save Naz. He wouldn't have lasted much longer if he didn't take Freddie's offer for protection. Now who knows what that is going to cost him, but hopefully he will be out of prison before he racks up too much debt ha.
Have to feel like developing the step dad is a more interesting route right now than the umpteenth scene about Stone's eczema
Yay less depressing episode. Can't feel nothing but joy the way he told that lawyer to quit
You knew that prisoner guy was going to attack naz.
I'm loving this show.
FYI, James Marsh directed this episode and has directed a handful of great movies, by favorite being "The King" with Gael Garcia Bernal, Paul Dano, and William Hurt. One of my favorite movies.
Yeah this show is so good. It's "done" after these next two episodes right?
There are 8 total, so we're halfway through.