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This episode was very special for me. I'm from Kosovo and in 1999 we
were on a war, thanks to USA and NATO we finally were free. Everyone
loved US Army just like those people in Netherlands. That kid remind my
childhood in 1999. We loved US Army and they were very kind with us. I
remember how they gave us candies and peanut butter. Never ate peanut
butter before, and now every time I eat peanut butter I always remember
that period after war and those kind US soldiers.
I honestly saw myself in that kid.
This is a great show, I feel kinda ashamed that I didn't watch this show earlier.
WW2 history buffs (maybe 60% of people watching this series) already
know how the centerpiece battle of this episode ends, so it is a bit of
an episode to suffer through, even though it is has as much quality as
the rest of the series.
To make it even more uncomfortable, Market Garden was the moment when the airborne soldiers, the protagonists of this series, would have decided the war in Europe. But it was not meant to be. Thankfully, this was not the end of Easy Company's adventures.
Right before the woman who turns out to be a collaborator kisses Grant at about 20 mins, there's an old man in the bottom left of the screen who looks exactly like Babe Heffron. He doesn't seem to be referred to in the cast list and I wanted to be sure before submitting him as an uncredited actor.
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