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Show is almost as amazing as Alexandra Daddario's tits.


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Tremendous episode, the best thus far. There were some surreal, mindblowing moments, i.e. the opening 10ish minutes and that last scene. Very unsettling shit. True Detective has that X factor, incredible show.
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tonights episode was tight!! Loving this shit so far

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Watched the pilot. On with episodes 2 and 3 now. VERY VERY intrigued.

And McConaughey was BOSS.

"Then start asking the right fucking questions"


Also, anyone notice how in 2012, Woody is only asked questions about his partner while Matthew is only asked questions about the case? Something's definitely up with that.




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Another great episode. Ending was creepy.


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post #76 of 606 (permalink) Old 01-28-2014, 08:51 AM
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"Can you see Texas from your high horse?"

Hilarious. Goddamn this series is a masterpiece thus far, I am beyond hooked at this point and I'm dying for the next episode. I have to see it. RIGHT NOW. Haha.

The little back-and-forth between the two detectives over "doubt" made me smile and laugh for a brief moment. This show has some wickedly smart dialogue. The ripostes between these two guys are always so elegantly adorned, especially so when Cohle is on the "giving end."

Cohle's speech about the "ontological fantasy" the preacher pushes--like a shrink--is brilliant.

Look at this acting, behold this acting:



McConaughey's final monologue--Cohle's final speech--which has this pertinacious urgency that is wholly captivating, and wraps everything from that earlier, above outburst, about "the locked room"? It's the first moment of any film or television series in ages that truly gave me a sensory chill down my back. I arched my entire torso from it.

Chilling. And devilishly addictive.



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"...and like a lot of dreams, there's a monster at the end of it."
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"...and like a lot of dreams, there's a monster at the end of it."
That was literally insane! I don't want to wait!




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Because of fucking SuperLol, we have to wait two weeks.
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Because of fucking SuperLol, we have to wait two weeks.
OH WHAT!




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