|Stog - 2009-05-14 |
The whole episode is full of shiver-worthy moments like this.
The junkies have a television. It only gets a shopping channel. Their kid has watched that and only that for entertainment.
Shiver-worthy only in the sense that you know what's going to happen and have to wait and wait and wait for it, from what I've seen from all the clips here. But I haven't watched the show. Maybe it's not so predictable? Or is that the whole premise?
This episode is mostly about Jesse trying to get his money back from some junkies who held up one of his dealers in the previous episode. This is merely one of many situations, it's Jesse being forced to see the lifestyles of one of his many meth customers and for that it's pretty good. You have to remember these are all just scenes from one big plot. Some plotlines conclude themselves in a straightforward fashion like this, and the rest get dragged on for a while.
It's straightforward, but the rest of the episode is sickening.
No, every clip from this show on poe was predictable. I was wondering if that was a recurring theme of the show, or just a coincidence.
|FISTFULLofSOUL - 2009-05-14 |
What is this?
|love - 2009-05-14 |
I have poetv to thank for introducing me to this show.
|Hooper_X - 2009-05-14 |
My favorite part about this is that the skank in question is the same actress who plays the lovable "daylight hooker" on My Name is Earl. Watch that, then watch this, and it's even more horrifyingly weird.
(Also, you really have to watch the entire episode - the next bit is fucking hysterical.)
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