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asking for it). Secondly, if I wasn't writing about it for this site,
I'd have switched off by now. Only sticking around to take swipes at
something I'm fairly sure will piss me off each week really isn't
cricket, especially as everyone who agrees with me me will have
skedaddled long ago, leaving only a robust ten million fans to shout me
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sci-fi drama. To the kind of sci-fi that reveals something about the
human condition other than "fathers and sons, it's never a walk in the
park" and "women say a lot of things they don't mean". The kind of
sci-fi that suggests
probing metaphors instead of
lobbing them at the viewers like snow globes smashing against a wall.
"I've seen some things today that have been testing the limits of my
comprehension" said Julia this week. Well I've seen some that have
tested the limits of my patience.
The shoulder-slump began early on
in episode eight, as Julia told a grave-digging Barbie, "You're pretty
good at that". Credit where it's due, restraint was shown in not
spotlighting the dramatic irony with a flashback to Barbie digging her
husband's grave, but all the same. "I can't imagine losing a spouse like
that", she continued, giving the irony corkscrew another painful twist.
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bit hours since her mother's death, Norrie had passed through all six
stages of grief: denial, bargaining, anger, depression, acceptance, and
stating the bleeding obvious. Bonding with Angie as a fellow tearaway
teen, Norrie felt moved to articulate a parallel that's been building
since the dome was attacked with that big-ass missile with the killer
line, "Now you're in a snow globe". Just once, the writers could have
let a metaphor pass by unnoticed instead of trampling it to death.