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Joe and Norrie find many butterflies covering part of the dome. The
military bring family and friends from outside the dome to visit people
in Chester Mill in a The Visitor's Day and Barbie finds it strange.
Norrie learns that her father is alive. Big Jim Angie locked in the
shelter but he does not release her; when he leaves the place, Reverend
Lester visits him and tells that he is receiving the word MOAB from
God. Then he preaches for the population and orders Big Jim to confess
his sins. Barbie learns that the military intends to bomb the dome, and
the Visitor's Day is not to say hello to the families but farewell. Now
they intend to bring the residents to the Sanders' cement factory. Big
Jim releases Angie and he tells her that they all are all going to die
on that day. However the powerful bomb does not affect the dome.
"Blue on Blue" is an episode that shows how powerful the dome is. Big Jim is a dangerous man and Reverend Lester discovers it in the worst way. The rest is nothing but another chapter of a soap opera. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Azul sobre Azul" ("Blue on Blue")
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I really got scared for Rusty when he brought his electronic tablet PC by the dome, i thought it would blow him up because it runs on battery. I now think it only plays that effect from the inside. Anyways i really love this show and cant wait for the next episode. I have the book but have not gotten the chance to read it but Stephen King really is great with continuing adventure stories like this one. He should stick with making stories like this. I read Bag of Bones, wasn't a fan but i loved the TV series they made from it. I honestly didn't think they could even do a TV series out of that book but they did and it worked. However Under the Dome is a lot better for a TV series. Tune in, Mondays on CBS 10:00 pm
So a town is isolated by a dome from an unknown source. Although the attempt to keep the element of mystery alive, I can't see this going into a Season 2. The story line reminds me of The TV series "Jericho" (isolation), but without a binding emotional connection like Jericho did. There's an obvious underlying tone of a town secret that has yet to be unveiled. I guess the disturbing storyline involves a young man and the girl that he "loves" and tries to protect. Oh, which reminds me, in the first episode there was such an unnecessary scene of the young couple having sex that was very obvious and left nothing to the imagination that had absolutely no bearing in their storyline. The show almost lost me at that point, but I held out hoping it would get better. So far.... Still disappointed. Sorry, but if this show doesn't get up & going soon, I won't be watching to the end.
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