Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by riverclown, Aug 9, 2018.
Good to know.... I was fading in and out during "Saul",,, but, I'll be looking for it 'On-Demand'.
A lot to digest in the final episode... some observations:
Why does Dud always run out of gas in the same spot?
Liz’s scene at the bank. I may have to use that strategy
Dud just can’t catch a break, finally goes back into the water and bam!
What exactly did Blaze discover besides an alchemy set?
Finally learned the truth about Dud’s father’s watch.
What will Liz do now that she can’t get her old job back, hmm...
Loved the golf scene with Ernie and Dud so typical of a muni course and the people that play there
Can’t wait for Season 2!
It was the same for me.
Great ending, it's gonna be a long wait till the next season.
Lodge 49 Nails the Sad Absurdity of Modern Life
Like "Preacher", it's like Season One is only a 'prelude' to the REAL show!!
It took a lot bunch of 'sadness', however, to get the true feeling go joy the end provides...
Great show. Any announcement about season 2?
Thanks for the link, very informative. Always helps to know the perspective of the writers and producers and it makes watching the show that much more enjoyable.
Had no inkling Sonya Cassidy was British until I searched on Google! Wasn't quite sure about the show early on, but I'm in!!!
I wouldn't have known except that I recognized her from the British show "Humans." She sure is good looking. . .
This show is like the background of my life. Born in San Pedro, which is next to Long Beach. I experienced the whole aerospace decimation in Long Beach.
Boeing buys out Douglas and proceeds to run it into the ground, later selling the entire company and walla, no more aerospace jobs in Long Beach.
I managed to not work for Douglas or Boeing, but I did work in smaller shops that did work for both. I'm really glad to be retired and out of the loop regarding
the ups and downs of the aerospace industry. Enter into the aerospace industry at your own risk.
Lodge 49 Rides the Wave to a Second Season on AMC | TV Guide
I worked for Boeing up here in Seattle and that's not quite the way it went down. First of all it was a merger and unfortunately the upper management at McDonnell Douglas essentially took over management of the company and moved the headquarters of the company to Chicago. At the time of the merger, commercial aircraft at McDonnell Douglas were on their last legs due to the company not funding any new airplanes which had nothing to do with Boeing. Their last all new airplane was the DC-10 in the early 70s. They did produce the C-17 for the USAF and other customers which allowed the Long Beach plant to stay open until 2015. One way to get an old time Boeing employee in Seattle pissed off is bring up the topic of the "merger". Lot's of hard feelings still.
Count me in as another fan of the show. Mondays won't be the same without BCS & The Lodge.
IT's A MUMMY!
AMC Networks Sets Season 2 Premiere Dates For ‘Lodge 49’, ‘The Terror’, More
The new season starts again: "Season 2 of Lodge 49 on Monday August 12 at 10 PM ET/ 9 PM CT."
Great! I view it as a summer show - so this is good.
That's terrific news, thanks Rick!
Wow, season 2 of The Terror? I thought that that one was pretty conclusive at the end. Maybe it'll be about a completely different expedition this time.
From the article....Set during World War II, Season 2 of The Terror: Infamy centers on a series of bizarre deaths that haunt a Japanese-American community, and a young man’s journey to understand and combat the malevolent entity responsible.
I love this show! I love the vibe (anything can happen) and light-hearted nature of the show. As long as they continue on with fun and funny nature of what happens in this world, I'll be watching.
...AND, keep the 'obsure-o' soundtrack going, too!
I was just invited to the LODGE!
Lodge 49 returns with a new season August 12.
Very excitedly for the return of the lodge!
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