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Feeling sad about the fact that this show really did seem like a good one. Now after watching the sixth episode I'm starting to feel bored. The whole series is dependent on confusion and no one knows what is or even could be going on. You can always guess but it gets boring after literally everything that happens is just confusing and all I can do is wait for some kind of an explanation to help the viewer to get a grip of this show.
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