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Subj: Re: Midnight Texas
Posted: Sun Dec 30, 2018 at 07:53:36 am EST (Viewed 119 times)
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    It was not a great show. It made me think it was some kind of Melrose Place and Grimm lovechild. Instead of an apartment complex, it was a Texas ghosttown with a bunch of hot couples.


I tried it for 2 episodes last season. Twas not meant for me.


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    Anyway, it's not often a series decapitates its main character like what happened in the latest ep. Only one episode left! Cheers! The previous episode had the angel character amputate his own wings in a severe case of emo atonement. Yay, amputations!



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    And at least we're getting an ending.





Well, I was hoping for an actual ending, but nope.

Even after turning the sexy main cast witch girl into a servant of the Big Bad and decapitating the main guy, they managed to restore things and they give us a non-ending of the main guy running off to fight some knight in armour that is walking into town.

Well, they only sorta restored things: the witch permanently lost her soul, but she has a new one from the unborn baby of her ancestor. That seems very creepy to me. So what are souls? Amorphous blobs of energy that can just be transferred? They have no personalities of their own? So when the witch's boyfriend is banging her tomorrow, is he banging her, the unborn baby, both?

Ugh. Well, these are all characters from a novel series, so maybe they had to put the pieces back together again.

Figures.

I'm probably the only one who gives a damn, but... UGH!


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