Saturday, February 11, 2012

29-Day TV Challenge: A Show That Disappointed You

The Killing. 

Who killed Rosie Larsen?

I don't freaking know and I don't freaking care anymore.

Screw you, AMC.

So? When can I expect to see you again? I mean, not that I care. But are you coming back? Whatever. You suck.


Call me.


  1. You said it sista!!! Actually it's coming back April 1st. I admit that I will be watching it (but still resentful.)

    1. I'm glad to know when it's coming back. I'm going to give it a chance to redeem itself, but I want answers. Like you, I'm going into it totally resentful. When it came on, I honestly thought it was a miniseries. That's why I watched it, because I thought the mystery would be solved. I don't know why I had that impression.

  2. I am probably going to get into trouble with you...


    I have a love/hate relationship with that show. I love it, I want to make that clear. It is one of my most favorite shows ever, but I guess I wanted more from the series. I feel like I was strung along with the promise of answers, and I don't feel satisfied with the answers given.

    1. I totally hear you on this. I think I tend to give Lost a bit of a pass on the disappointing parts, because there was so much I loved about it. But the show was a bit like a bad boyfriend. When it treated me bad, I just remembered so much of the good times, the great set-ups, the amazing moments of discovery, the gorgeous beach where I saw Sawyer without his shirt on... Bad boyfriend.


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