Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jan 12, 2019.
Episode five is already up on HBO Go.
There’s been a lot of info and plot lines introduced and it needs to start picking up.
There’s a certain uneasiness in following Hays’ memories/details which are adding to the confusion of where this is going.
They’re not taking anything off the table yet as far as suspects/motive.
I have a theory the tiny scraps of paper Julie had in her Hoyts Food bag were passed through the small hole in her brother’s closet, but I don’t know why or by whom.
The drawings she did seem to matter as well, but not sure why.
This season has been pretty great so far. Very slow burn and like others have said, I really hope it goes somewhere. So far it really reminds me of season 1. The mystery def has me intrigued. And the two guys are incredible actors. Purple Hays and Roland are outstanding.
I couldn't agree more. The main dude is really amazing.
The only issue i have is Stephen Dorff looks younger in the 90s set scenes than he does in the 80s scenes.
Everyone is amazing in it. The parents of the kids are excellent as well.
The mom is Meryl Streep's daughter.
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The only issue i have is Stephen Dorff looks younger in the 90s set scenes than he does in the 80s
Haha that’s funny, my wife and I both commented on that too! Also Stephen Dorf looks like he might be shorter than Ronnie Mund if that’s possible.
I haven’t started watching yet. How does it stack up, not only compared to the first season, but to other shows of this nature?
Also, does it have any good nudity like the hottie in the first season?
Am I nuts, or was this Episode 5 essentially a carbon copy of Episode 5 from season one? The modern, now-older cops "re-unite to solve the old case together."
That said, in season one we at least had some friggin' idea about the killer and the Yellow King/Carcosa mythos at this point -- there's no mythos or even viable suspects yet, outside of maybe the priest and the uncle (about whom we really know nothing).
My shot-in-the-dark guess at this point: Drunk mom sold out kids to her brother/the uncle, who has a pedophile ring with the priest. They had the one-eyed black guy buy the dolls (he probably had no idea why he was buying them) and then the bug-eyed redhead cop (who later went missing, and is himself probably in the pedo-ring) planted the backpack at the Native guy's house post-shootshout. Eh?
Dudes, Amelia is psycho. She is way too into the investigation, and she gets off on in.
The Woodward scene was the best tv I’ve watched in a while.
A lot of theories she is involved somehow
The weirdest part was the phone call from the daughter. Why would she say “that man pretending to be my father?” Anyone have a theory?
it was speculated before that he isn't the father, by his own parents during the wake for the son at their house.
When the father's parents were talking to Roland they said the mother got pregnant when he was away.
Maybe that's it?
Oh fuck yeah you’re right that’s exactly why. Totally forgot about the Dad being all upset.
but the daughter wouldn't know that i'd think?
Unless the uncle told her and he's involved.
I wonder if it has something to do with Rolands girlfriend. We know the Hoyt Chicken plant has something to do with it and she says she studied fucking chicken science or something. It really seems like that church was involved somehow, or at least Hays mentioned “they were 90% sure someone who went there was involved.” I wonder if she and that priest were involved somehow.
Yeah could be the creepy uncle or whoever is with her now. Or whichever adult was with her in the forest. Or maybe her slutty cunt Mom told her one time while she was in a fight with the Dad.
Disagree. I would rather watch Colin Farrell try to talk like a combo of Christian Bale AND Bane than to try and get thru one more episode of this marble mouth motherfuckers dialogue.
I like the theories but I wonder if it’s misdirection.
The guy is amazing in this role. All three eras he plays he's great.
the best thing on this last episode was all the so called tough guys getting blown up and shot. ( except the cops ) how tough are they now? real tough guys or so they thought.
The best part of this season was that Indian