Cubs v. Yankees - April 16, 2014 (TV: CSN, WGN, MLBN)
Brett - Yesterday, 08:51 AM
100th Aniversery Series Tickets (Press Box View) $15
joejoe888 - Yesterday, 08:07 AM
Series Internetz-view: Cubs vs Yankees 4/15/14 - 4/16/14
miggy80 - Apr 15 2014 09:34 AM
Bleacher Nation is on Facebook, and you should totally "Like" us:
Bleacher Nation is also on Twitter, and you should totally follow us:
Bleacher Nation Posts
- Around the League: Smuggling Players, Scouting Players, Fixing Players, and More
Today, 02:47 PM
- Lukewarm Stove : A Couple Cuban Free Agents Aren’t Quite Free Agents
Today, 12:30 PM
- Looking at Chicago Cubs Starts Over the Last 10 Years
Today, 11:01 AM
- Wrigley 100th Anniversary Game Details (See You There on April 23)
Today, 10:01 AM
- Jake Arrieta Makes Another Rehab Start, Cubs Shift Rotation
Today, 09:01 AM
Upcoming Calendar Events
Posted 17 October 2011 - 06:14 PM
I am beginning to become certain of something I'd previously only suspected: LOST was a once in a lifetime kind of thing.
And, while it was just a TV show ... it makes me sad.
Posted 17 October 2011 - 06:30 PM
Posted 17 October 2011 - 07:07 PM
Because of how I feel about the show, I'll take emotion out of it. I'll simply disagree completely. While the first half of Season Six dragged, the finale more than made up for it. The only questions left unanswered were questions that were either (a.) not important in the grand scheme of things, (b.) things that were intentionally unanswered for artistic effect, or (c.) things that were answered (but were easily missed unless you're a loser and watch the show a half dozen times per episode as I did).
I'm sorry LOST was one of the worst finished shows ever. Nothing was answered and the last season was the worse. The writing diminished after season three and I am shocked that more people aren't angry that it ended with so little closure.
Seasons Four and Five, setting aside Six, were brilliantly-written - but the show became a very different show after Season Three, so I could understand it becoming not someone's cup of tea (my wife, for example, loved the first three seasons, and then stopped watching after Season Four).
Posted 18 October 2011 - 05:34 AM
Posted 18 October 2011 - 06:47 AM
I'm a huge Walking Dead fan.
I was never a big fan of lost. I could just never get into it. But if you are looking for good TV shows I recommend Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones (Best show on TV).
...which emphasizes my point: the fact that LOST could be as good as it was on a network for 20 episode seasons (slightly less in the later years) is incredible. Seeing new shows only underscores that for me - even the good ones, because none of them are on ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX.
Posted 18 October 2011 - 08:49 AM
Posted 18 October 2011 - 09:10 AM
The old one or the new one? I'll put it on my Netflix-ing list.
You've really gotta give Battlestar Gallactica a shot. It's not what I expected (or had feared). It's a pretty amazing show, with plenty of depth/mystery to catch the attention of you Lost dorks. The show starts off with a 3-hour miniseries and evolves into 4 regular seasons from there. I'd be shocked if you weren't hooked by the end of the miniseries.
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users
Bleacher Nation is not affiliated in any way with Major League Baseball or the Chicago National League Ballclub (that's the Cubs).