Tyrion says, "There is nothing in the world more powerful than a good story." For 6 seasons, Martin's GoTh gave us one; in season 7 D&D gave us only a so-so one; in season 8 D&D gave us part of a good one, but mostly a TERRIBLE one. The laughter of the nobles of Westeros at the notion of giving the people (peasant fans) what they want is D&D's Freudian slip; the nobles (the writers who actually never have written anything significant) know so much better. I think of all that was right--all the hundreds of actors, prop-masters, trainers, filmers, etc. doing their best--and then of how fitting it is that Bran the Broken (Bran the Totally Unexplained & Irrelevant) ends up as king, since in the end that's what this show became--BROKEN--by the rushed, juvenile writing of two SCHLEPPERS who will never admit that they did so. TO SHOUT YOUR "HELL NO!" SIGN THE PETITION.
Totaly STUPID ENDING, The Monitor reserects the villain, after all that? The pathetic loser from 2 an a half men as Lex is the biggest joke of the series, he does his best but hes not lex, inspires ridicule not fear.
1 example is, the dagger disappeared from reverse flash (who ceased to exist back in season 1, then was revived with his original body God knows how without Eddie reappearing and then he got his new body again) in the last moment before his execution, despite it not existing for past 20 years.
They screwed up everything about time travel in this show. They literally pick what changes (and when) based on nothing. It makes me miss 12 monkeys (syfy show) where they did that much much better (although not perfect) or even the single season frequency. In the flash, time travel is a joke.
I watched Catch 22 from verystream 720p MP4s. Each was about 1/2G, took about 2min to DL, and looked & sounded okay on bigscreen. (Vidoza files were a little larger, but took 10x as long to DL.) The streaming was also smooth. So it looks like verystream may be openload's lovechild; all that's missing are 1080p's and MKVs.
@sswarlock (I'm assuming first in is the one who added these) THANKS. For those who don't know the 1961 book or the 1970 movie, this has dark humor (like MASH) and is told in a kind of stream-of-consciousness order. The acting is really good (a lot of star power), but the whole thing falls just a little flat, probably because what shocked 50-60 years ago seems tame today. But for those who have served in the military, the bs is still the same (cue Bob Seger...)
I'm not a big fan of sitcoms (my favorite is and always will be MASH) but this sitcom was good and refreshing and it too, has been canceled. This sitcom I feel depicted the 70's better than That 70's Show. I was a teen in the 70's and this sitcom almost hit the nail on the head. I like it a lot better than the Conner's!
I can't believe this wonderful drama has been canceled!!!!!!!!!!!!! What are they thinking? For the People is a lot better than the new drama The Code! The actors in For the People are great for being young but I can't say that about the actors in The Code! I watched one episode of TC and knew I didn't want to watch the next episode(s).
Quite a few people feel that this episode (and the whole rushed season) betrays their trust that D&D (the writers) would not ruin the ending; they are petitioning HBO for a re-do. Whether you think it possible or not, you can show your thumbs down by signing this petition: https://www.change.org/p/hbo-remake-game-of-thrones-season-8-with-competent-writers. I signed at 97K, and the number of signers is now around 700k, cutting across race, creed, color, sex, and politics, which is pretty damn amazing.
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Welcome to the Road to Avonlea guide at TV Tome! Following their success with "Anne of Green Gables," the talented duo of Kevin Sullivan and Trudy Grant set their eyes toward a television series, based on one of Lucy Maud Montgomery's favorite characters, Sara Stanley, The Story Girl. Using tales from the books, "The Story Girl," "The Golden Road," "The Chronicles of Avonlea" and "The Further of Chronicles of Avonlea," Sullivan Entertainment created a heartwarming family classic TV series. Set against the stunning backdrop of Prince Edward Island, Canada, Road to Avonlea follows the adventures of the King family and the residents in the quaint town of Avonlea at the turn of the 20th century. Road to Avonlea first aired in 1990 on Canada's CBC. It was soon picked up by America's Disney Channel, who re-named it "Avonlea." The series ran for seven seasons until 1996, a total of 91 - 1 hour episodes. Since the series end, Sullivan Entertainment has filmed a special reunion.