Discussion in 'SMB' started by Venkman, Jan 14, 2019.
As long as It's better than series 2, it will pass with flying colours.
The scene where it falls off
The first 2 episodes are quality.
Would binge if all were available.
Enjoyed it. Like you say, very similar in style and atmosphere to series 1 which was a bit disappointing.
Another fucking mumbler in the lead role I see
It seems much better when you can binge watch (like netflix shows) as you notice things from episode to episode much better, at the end of that second episode I was wondering where he was, why was it significant? is it significant? probably because a week has gone past and I'm not remembering it so good. That street sign that was shown, is it where the kids lived ?
Yet when I tried to get my wife interested in S1 she gave up bored. Women.
This is excellent even if it's basically a remake of the first series
Correct. Spoiling my enjoyment of a decent couple of episodes.
Bit pissed off that the best scene of the series so far was spoiled by Ali mumbling. Genuinely funny and touching end to last night's episode nonetheless.
Watched the 3rd episode on Sunday and it is starting to get on my tits.
That bit in the restaurant with him and his bird went on far too long and meant fuck all.
His mumbling is getting on my tits anarl.
Loved tonights. All starting to click together now.
anyone think Roland is part of the conspiracy? Didn't show a shot of the street when he looked out of Wayne's window. Although not clear whether there are cars watching him or it's delusion as part of his illness
Season 1 was so good that everything after just seems shit in comparison. Same with Fargo.
I'll bingewatch this once the season ends. Only 2 episodes to go.
I hadn;t thought of that.
I haven't been paying 100% attention but
where was that bloke security guard for - interviewed at the start and then appeared at the end? The pink place, what and where is it? Has Julie been pimped out?
did the bloke with the gammy eye go off on one?
Nah, I thought that for a second but I reckon its a red herring
At the factory owner's kip. Looks like the lass has been locked in a room underground
Gammy eye kicked off because Hays and West suspected him when the kids first went missing
The whole factory thing passed me by until they were asking the guard gadgee why he was paid so much. Can't recall it being in other episodes, but that's why I prefer a good old binge rather than a weekly drip feed.
It's not actually the same character, this is a new character with a similar eye injury. It's presumably the man they were searching for at the beginning when came across the gammy eye bloke you're talking about. That's why Hayes' lass mentioned something to do with the straw dolls after he'd finished kicking off, as they never did find the real person behind buying those dolls.
Must be the South Shields of the deep south with all those gammy eyed gadies then
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