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Donal Lardner Ward
Donal Lardner Ward,
I thought this was a great show about a band of no longer suicidal misfits. I love that broken people can fix themselves and find ways to fit with others who also feel out of place in this world.
It took me a second to get used to the way it's shot but something about it adds to the feeling that you're peeking into a part of people's lives that you're not supposed to see. There are definitely absurdest topics and jokes (see all sex scenes with the character Jorge and many of Miller's lines) but it just added another thing to look forward to in each new episode.
I'm probably biased because I identify with a lot of the sentiments on the show and the dark parts that it explored are rarely brought to life.
I am so p!ssed that it is now gone and there is another show that leaves me with lifelong questions as to the fate of beloved characters. Damn you Starz! Can we at least get a mini series or 2 hour wrap up or something?
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