Originally Posted by Chiefnj
I watched the show last night, but was wondering what I missed. I mean, it seems that unless you watch it frame by frame and take notes of every word said you run the risk of missing out on important clues to the storyline. What were the subtle important clues last night?
I share your frustration, but I've come to accept that this is just a different kind of show. It's not meant to be watched like any other show. It's not a passive experience. It demands the viewer get involved. You have to Tivo episodes and go back and watch them and freeze-frame stuff. Or you have to go to a website and read about all the clues and subliminal stuff.
I actually think this would work better as a DVD-only production, with easter eggs and stuff to access as you watch it. It would be easier than watching it in real time, week-to-week, where you miss/forget stuff.
I actually don't know why I watch it every week. I suspect there's some kind of subliminal message broadcast in each episode that compels me to tune in every 7 days.
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