- Oct 25, 2017
Were those Trieu logos on the Seventh Kavalry equipment cases we saw briefly in the establishing shots while Laurie was detained? Couldn’t tell for sure, and can’t screengrab off the TV :)
If it's doing that well, I wonder if the network allows it to be a one-and-done series."WATCHMEN is averaging nearly 7 million viewers to-date, making it HBO’s most-watched new series since BIG LITTLE LIES and premium cable’s most-watched new series this year. Along with EUPHORIA, another new HBO series that debuted this year, WATCHMEN is delivering one of HBO’s largest digital audiences for a freshman series since the debut of WESTWORLD in 2016. Premiere telecasts account for an increasingly smaller percentage of HBO series’ total viewing. For the debut season of EUPHORIA, Sunday premiere telecasts contributed just 8% of total viewing."
They were, but it looked like a supply that was stolen as they were prying the boxes open
I'm not sure what you meant by this. Isn't Lady Trieu a real figure in Vietnam history?
You don't think since his creation someone group or person hasn't been thinking of a way to become and/or destroy him
I didn't know Watchman was meant to be a one and done? Seems like a hell of a lot of build up for something to be concluded only in two episodes.
Ooh! Good catch! I was caught up thinking that the identity of the unmasked 7K guy was important. I didn't even consider that LG probably swiped the mask.
These teasers/extra featurettes are not always there depending on the service you use to stream HBO or country you're in. For example, when streaming the show live in Canada they don't show the Next Time teasers at the end. So it's entirely possible for someone to stop before the end of the credits.
It feels really weird to me that people actually wanna argue that Steve King and the Proud Boys could take on Doctor Manhattan because they studied really hard. Is this like the Batman prep time thing or something?
Presumably 7k is descended from the Cyclops people who had mind control tech in the 1920's. You seem to be making the common misconception that racists are dumb instead of just plain evil.
White Supremacists run the world and have taken over the white house.
You're missing the legacy of White Supremacy and it's link throughout our systems and institutions by being blinded by more outward, extreme versions of it.
I think it existed in part for those viewers who haven't read the comic or seen the movie. They are out there.What's even more amusing to me is that the plot didn't even really need that video (I agree that it should not even exist in the first place, by the by): it (somehow) convinced Looking Glass to ask Angela what was going on, and that's it.
But then again, we're talking about a show centered around a police detective and a murder/conspiracy... where said detective has done shit all to solve the mystery. The murderer immediately called her, she didn't believe him, and he eventually just sent her all the answers.
There was a copy of Fogdancing in the rack, too. We saw the paperback being read by the egg farmer lady, Mrs. Clark. It's written by Max Shea (pirate comic author) and in the back pages of the GN, it's said to have been made into a movie twice.
In this case yes, it's been proven someone can block out part of his future sight right? Then you find out he's pretending to be human then set a plan in motion
It's literally just you. Wade is a standout characterSo I just caught up and here's some errant thoughts/questions:
Is it just me or was episode 5 like really dull compared to the rest of them? Was I the only one that in the beginning thought that Christian dude campaigning at the amusement park was Laurie's lanky sex partner? They looked a lot alike. Also I'm finding in general Wade/Looking Glass has been the least interesting character.