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9-08-2009 @ 3:12PM
I've really enjoyed The Guild in the past but just find these first two episodes pretty meh.
9-08-2009 @ 3:49PM
i'd agree completely with your statement with the first 2 episodes. I'm not sure if its just too much "drama" and reminds me of my own wow experieneces at times or what. That "special charm" to me is missing and is replaced with a lot of agnst. I will say this though, i've found that a lot of the tv shows i really enjoy (the office, heroes and others) seem to "lose" their way sometimes and just kinda amessly wonder for a few episodes or so, but then they always seem to get straightened out..btw no discussion of heroes here... i'm only on the beginning of season 3!
9-08-2009 @ 7:33PM
i was really hoping to be able to disagree with your comment after i watched the second episode but sadly i am forced to simply concur. after the first episode i just shrugged it off and assumed it was just a fluke but now im being forced to consider it might be more than that. to be fair the two episodes were really just one long one split into two so maybe it'll pick back up after this :-/
9-08-2009 @ 8:15PM
Will have to agree with you on this. Loved first two seasons of the guild; these last two episodes have been utterly abysmal in comparison. I don't know if it's the directing or the higher production values, but the poor acting is becoming more and more painfully noticeable--was that supposed to be funny when Tink kicked Vork over? At least the first two seasons had more of a home-grown feel to it, which made it especially endearing in the first place.
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