lol yes SK. Stay away.
Agreed. This season never seemed to get out of second gear with a coherent story. They should of kept the narrative more simple. Also as you said the Shogun bits (While I enjoyed simply for the change of scenery) felt like filler. With the exception of Mauve receiving her mind control powers it didn't have much impact on anything.This season was split for me. Bernard and William were great, Deloris and Mauve not so much. A problem for the season overall was the writers were trying WAY to hard to be clever and mysterious which made the story way to convoluted, especially when you consider how much wheel spinning there was this season, and a bit of a cluster fuck. They also didn't need ANY of the Ninja East World stuff.
I'll still no doubt get hyped up for season three but overall I'd give this season somewhere between a B- or C+ which is a big drop off from the A+ first season they had.
Nevertheless, I 100% agree with this.They also didn't need ANY of the Ninja East World stuff.
I understood everything that was going on. It's not confusing at all. It's just bad.Episode 5 onwards it was just as good as season 1 imo :shrug Just a lot more a confusing, but if you understand all of what's going on, the motivations behind the actions and the meaning of them, it's an awesome experience. I'd write something more detailed and analytic but I don't feel it's justified given the negative aura on this thread.
Nevertheless, I 100% agree with this.
I presumed, based on absolutely nothing mind you, that the “real” world at that point is a nearly distopian one in which corporations have taken over the world’s governments, control everything, and are therefore unaccountable for their actions.I enjoyed it but I was continually bothered by Delos not trying to rescue the guests. Like they didn't even try. And no explanation was ever given for why not. Like how rich is this company? Can they really afford that many multi-million dollar lawsuits? And even if they could, why not even try to rescue guests to avoid having to pay that unnecessarily.
Oh the Dolores story gets worse just you wait!I'm 3 episodes in and it's ok.
I really am having a hard time taking Delores as Wyatt seriously. The random betrayal stuff and the level of human incompetence is a little silly too.
Nowhere near season 1 so far in terms of being good.
So pretty much our reality:maxDoctorWhosawhatsit said:I presumed, based on absolutely nothing mind you, that the “real” world at that point is a nearly distopian one in which corporations have taken over the world’s governments, control everything, and are therefore unaccountable for their actions.