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#1 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

SCUMBAG ELDERLY HARDCORE SNIDE. BEST GOTY EVER.

#2 Edited by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

If there's not a CSI parody starring none other than Vincent Caravella, I'm calling such bullshit.

Edit: And theeeere's the police procedural.

#3 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

@TheVeteran13 said:

I thought it was awesome and the kool aid was delicious, it was the squeeze ones in the plastic bottles, none of that powder shit get the fuck out with that nonsense.

I was going to follow you for this comment, but when I went to press the button, I found I was already following you. This does not come as a surprise to me.

#4 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

Be really sickeningly nice to her. No, seriously. Trust me on this one.

#5 Edited by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

@csl316 said:

@Ben_H: I expected Laguerta to go, too. But definitely not by Deb. And definitely not while Dexter's standing there in his butcher get-up. The butcher digs still unsettle me, actually. I think they should go and show him dismembering and doing the dirty clean up work to drive home that he's a god damn monster. Maybe they did and I just repressed it.

Nah, they've never shown it. I agree, that would be some powerful imagery. It's easy to think of Dexter as the good guy in the show when all we see him do is stab bad guys in the chest. Nice, quick, (relatively) clean, and easy. Nothing too disturbing about that. It's when you actually stop to imagine him chainsawing the bodies into pieces, bagging them up, cleaning up the blood, all with a serene smile on his face like he's doing some sort of fucked up, macabre yoga that what he is really sends shivers down your spine.

I'm curious as to if they'll continue to take him down the path of becoming a total irredeemable monster in the final season, since they've taken it to a point where there really is no going back now. This is the first season since either 2 or 4 where I feel like there's been honest to god character development that they can't just sweep under the rug to return to the status quo. They've committed to this, and I'm excited to see it through.

EDIT: Just rewatched the first episode of the series. They do in fact show Dexter finishing up after a kill. Just a brief flash of it, putting a dismembered leg in to a trash bag amidst a bloodied room of cellophane and plastic sheeting, but it's nothing too explicit. Not the actual act of cutting up the body, at least.

#6 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

@mrpandaman said:

@Demoskinos said:

@Aegon

@Demoskinos said:

So...I wonder how long FFXV is going to take....

Never mind that, versus XIII still needs to get out of the pipe, but Nomura's like wait to see more at a later time plz.

I guarantee you that Versus XIII is just going to be rebranded as XV

And when it is rebranded XV, we will find out it is actually VII-2, because VII-2 is (not, but it is the Japanese Curve Ball logic) 7 1/2 and 7 1/2 times 2 is 15.

YOU CRACKED THE FUCKING CODE.

#7 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

Well, that fuckin happened.

Also I think this episode had as much Dex-Doakes interaction as the first two seasons combined.

#8 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

A lot of drugs.

#9 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

X is a must. An absolute must. I would argue more of a must than any of the 1-10 classics, but I'm probably outnumbered in that opinion. The Zero series is excellent, as well.

#10 Posted by punkxblaze (2993 posts) -

Since when has Mass Effect given a single fuck about actual science?