high school dynamics have always confused me in tv shows, people care so much less about strangers in actual school. Anyway it's got me interested, confused but interested. Also why did that guy think it was okay to put her in the boot and want to crush her, like that was just stupid, even with the Sheriff on the bosses side I'm sure the guy would be tired of the dumb things his hire does and would see that what he did isn't worth his drug dealing gig and just sell him off to the police.
Wow! Very mature of you. Open mind my arse. Where's YOUR "open mind" when someone has a different opinion of something? Did I ever say no one should watch this miniseries? No, it was my opinion! So get off your high horse. If you liked it so much, it was easy enough to say what's so great about the show without dragging me into this. SMH ????
for those who care, please ignore Nicolina. this series is definitely worth the watch, things that take place in the beginning that may not make sense at first, all have a purpose and a meaning that is revealed at the end. However, it does take an OPEN mind to view this whole series, if you are not open to ideas and new ways of looking at things, or are unable to think outside the box, then you will not enjoy the show or the story.
Excellent Thriller by #HarlanCoben, one of several adaptations from his brilliant novels. Even though, like many British television series, the seasons are more succinct, usually anywhere from 2 to 6 episodes in length, the #Safe tv series is full of 8 highly bingeable episodes (#BingeableTV). And although I thoroughly enjoy British television series (BritishTVSeries), I am uncertain as to whether or not the producers are intelligent for wrapping up a series in a single season, without the expectation of a second season, or if the writers are incompetent. This series had terrific acting, was thrilling and suspenseful, and the story, sub-stories and plot are all resolved at the end of the series. If I were a producer (#IfIWasA), I would insist that the writing team keep the plot lines seemingly intertwined through at least the first half of the season which would allow for a second season. I guess my question is, what does a television production company, such as the #BBC and #SkyOne write themselves into a corner? What would a series have to lose if the viewers and fans demanded a second season? After the #StoryArc is completed, where would a series go from here? Either way, without question, worth a watch.
lol they lost me the minute the aliens chose for their ambassador a random farmer from Missouri just cause he was able to negotiate about corn. Could have been interesting too bad the writer had such a boner for the whole underdog thing which doesn't work here.
I'm was with Asia on the Vixen situation like I know there's been this thing where nowadays we're like drop toxic friends and all that which in most cases it's for real but this isn't the case. We're not asking for Ru to baby her or to try and talk to her because sometimes you don't have to say shit, just stand there and be like "I'm here for you, you might not want to listen now but I'm here for you". Yes you're allowed to be mad and frustrated at said person but that doesn't mean ignoring someone when they're obviously screaming for help but you couldn't be bothered anymore. I understand Ru's from a tough love kind of world and yes people shouldn't be bothered but you don't abandon people because you are a little inconvenienced, especial in a society that's built upon a sisterhood like that. What type of message does that send? Ru can be wise but his words aren't god and he can be wrong and in this instance he is.
Year : 2000
Episode Runtime: 25
First Aired: September 29, 2000
Status : Ended
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Black Books is a second-hand bookshop in London run by an Irishman named Bernard Black. He is probably the planet's worst-suited person to run such an establishment: he makes no effort to sell, closes at strange hours on a whim, is in a perpetual alcoholic stupor, abhors his customers (sometimes physically abusing them) and is often comatose at his desk. Help comes in the lumpy shape of Manny Bianco, a hairy, bumbling individual who (almost by osmosis) becomes Bernard's assistant. Manny is not exactly great at the job either but he is a million times better than Bernard. Next door is Fran, an anxious, frustrated woman who runs a sort of new-age shop selling the most unlikely bits of arty junk. Fran is friends with Bernard and, through him, with Manny; together the trio become embroiled in escapades that are sometimes extreme or violent or fantastically ludicrous, and always bizarre.