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Setrakian offers hope in a new plan to trap the Master while Eph and Dutch seek out the Master's "voice." Palmer, frail and close to death, needs Setrakian's access to the white to hold up ... See full summary »

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Setrakian offers hope in a new plan to trap the Master while Eph and Dutch seek out the Master's "voice." Palmer, frail and close to death, needs Setrakian's access to the white to hold up his end of their bargain. Fet suffers a devastating personal loss revealing a long-hidden family secret.

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Mr. Quinlan: Civility is an illusion. Savagery is the default state of humanity.
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Out of ideas, offensive instead - will not miss this show
12 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

I did not like the Nazi/WWII-stuff from the first episode, but now it is getting ridiculous, is this a vampire show or a War show with the means of bashing the German people once again (on grounds of almost ancient history). If non white people are allowed to protest against discrimination (on grounds of being a big part of the American society and general decency towards other people), the German-based Americans and Germans have the same right. If you are white or not, discrimination is a bad thing and Germans, too, can feel offended by being falsely bashed and disparaged all the time, just because authors are lazy and lacking creativity to come up with something else. Not only is it a reckless, wrong and mean thing to offend people who had nothing to do with all this, it is also ungrateful since the German country has been sponsoring the US film industry with vast amounts. Many of these offensive shows and movies could not have been made without the German promotion/money - and this is how you repay. Disgusting, unfair, soulless, evil. Anyway, no wonder that this show is doomed for being so unoriginal. I would have enjoyed many more seasons of the vampire action, but if the show creators now have to resort to disgusting torture and experimental scenes (yes, the fancy doctor Ephraim is doing evil experiments himself, and nobody deserves any kind of torture - the inglorious bastards are not better than their victims if they behave like monsters themselves - what would Gandhi say?!) and overcome war stuff for lack of better ideas, I can easily live without the show continuing. Everybody has the same rights, otherwise a cry for equality does not work. Discrimination and equality both are not a one-way street.


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