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    I was a little underwhelmed as well, although the Richard Harrow taking out everyone scene was awesome. I was hoping for something different for crazy ass Gyp but glad he's gone, dude made me anxious whenever he was on screen.

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    Yeah, Gyp will be sorely missed. There is a LOT of personality they are going to have to replace on that show next season. Gyp, Owen...You have to wonder what happens with Harrow? Where does he go at this point? And the fallout from Nucky tying the albatross around Arnold Rothsteins neck will probably be the focal point of next season. That and Nucky and Margaret trying to salvage things. This season is going to be tough to beat.

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    i didn't really mind the finale. i wasn't really blown away but i have closure with most of the story arcs going into the next season which i'm content with. gyp's murder was predictable but it being done by the hand of tonino after what gyp did to his cousin was fitting. "you owe me" alright, haha.
    i think, in addition to richard blowing rosetti's guys away, the creepy interaction between gillian and gyp and nucky's mastermindful way of taking back control was entertaining so i wasn't particularly disappointed or found it to be too much of a let down.
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    Fair enough...it did neatly package everything while leaving room for storylines, so you are right about that. The end of last season Nucky embraced being a gangster by shooting Jimmy himself. And this season was all about indulging that lifestyle. In the end he seems to have soured of it and has rekindled abused relationships with his brother, Chalky and he seems to be trying w/Margaret(although 'forgiving' her seemed so horribly sexist considering things...but them were the days when Guys were Guys and dames were dames)...I wonder if that will be enough for him? I reckon we will find out next season.

    'Boardwalk Empire' season finale: What's next for Nucky? | Inside TV | EW.com

    Good post mortem. Oh, and the Untouchables like montage at the beginning of the episode was pretty sweet.
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    ya, i was a little surprised margaret didn't say "YOU forgive ME?!" since she is the sort who follows the rules and standards only when they suit her, but i'm sure she knew her place, too.
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    HBO Orders Mike Judge’s SILICON VALLEY Comedy Pilot | Collider

    HBO has ordered a pilot for Silicon Valley, a single-camera comedy developed by King of the Hill producers Mike Judge, John Altschuler, and Dave Krinsky. According to Deadline, the series is set in “the high tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success.” Judge is set to direct the pilot in the spring. Scott Rudin (The Newsroom) will also produce as part of his overall deal with HBO.

    King of the Hill signed off the air after 13 seasons in 2010, then Judge revived his breakout hit, Beavis and Butt-head. The last episode of Beavis aired in 2011, and to my knowledge MTV has not ordered a ninth season. So Judge may have the time to focus his full attention on Silicon Valley, his first live-action television comedy.

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    HBO Picks up Pilot for Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta’s Adaptation THE LEFTOVERS | Collider

    Here’s the synopsis for Tom Perrotta’s The Leftovers:

    What if—whoosh, right now, with no explanation—a number of us simply vanished? Would some of us collapse? Would others of us go on, one foot in front of the other, as we did before the world turned upside down?

    That’s what the bewildered citizens of Mapleton, who lost many of their neighbors, friends and lovers in the event known as the Sudden Departure, have to figure out. Because nothing has been the same since it happened—not marriages, not friendships, not even the relationships between parents and children.

    Kevin Garvey, Mapleton’s new mayor, wants to speed up the healing process, to bring a sense of renewed hope and purpose to his traumatized community. Kevin’s own family has fallen apart in the wake of the disaster: his wife, Laurie, has left to join the Guilty Remnant, a homegrown cult whose members take a vow of silence; his son, Tom, is gone, too, dropping out of college to follow a sketchy prophet named Holy Wayne. Only Kevin’s teenaged daughter, Jill, remains, and she’s definitely not the sweet “A” student she used to be. Kevin wants to help her, but he’s distracted by his growing relationship with Nora Durst, a woman who lost her entire family on October 14th and is still reeling from the tragedy, even as she struggles to move beyond it and make a new start.

    With heart, intelligence and a rare ability to illuminate the struggles inherent in ordinary lives, Tom Perrotta has written a startling, thought-provoking novel about love, connection and loss
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