I'm still watching Under the Dome. Guess it's growing on me a bit. Didn't read the book and will follow show as it lasts I guess.
Now that the government tried blowing them up and pretty much ruined the surrounding area outside the dome, what happens if they get out? Nuclear fallout?
Or are they in some kind of purgatory by which they never do get out...hmm
And did the nuclear missile not work because the two kids happened to kiss at the exact moment it hit, or it just couldn't penetrate the dome?
Dan Harmon Talks Adult Swim’s RICK AND MORTY, COMMUNITY Season 5, the Possibility of Season 6 and More | Collider
wanted to put this in Animated, but didn't know if TC(who is a Community/Dan Harmon fan) would have seen it there. Here ya go little brother.
Getting caught up on Copper...ALWAYS good to see Lee (Beecher from Oz) Tergesen. With him and Eammonn Walker showing up this season it's a reg'lar OZ reunion.
Oh ****adoodle, Maguire is a Copper again. A little iffy but it's an interesting development fo'shur!
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I can't wait for September... Breaking Bad will be in full swing heading to its finish line, Sons of Anarchy will be firing up and NFL (yes, it is a television show ) kicks off!
NBC Executives Robert Greenblatt and Jennifer Salke Talk Hilary Clinton Miniseries, HANNIBAL, REVOLUTION, and More | Collider
ROBERT GREENBLATT: AD: After the Bible is actually the next big Mark Burnett event series. We think that will be a big deal for us, not this coming broadcast season, but the following one. We’re developing a six-hour mini-series based on Cleopatra. We’re developing a four-hour mini-series based on Hillary Clinton, to star Diane Lane. We’re going to do an updated remake and re-setting of the classic Rosemary’s Baby. We’re going to do a new version of Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers. When you look at what happened with Under the Dome, an event series based on Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers sounded really interesting to us. And we have another limited series that we’re going to do with Mark Burnett, that we’re tentatively calling Plymouth, which is the story of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock.