Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Clippy, Mar 19, 2020.
I watched this a few weeks ago. Good show, some times it's like a space western.
As I'm watching the season 1 finale it feels like the show has secretly been about space Corona this whole time
shut up Clippy
I thought the first season was okay, but by the middle of the second season I was hooked. I'm actually in the middle of the fourth now, but decided to slow down because there's no more after that
I'll push you out an airlock
jokes on you. i am too fat
It's called getting spaced. "Don't make me space you, belter!"
Will u help me space a cat
The show did get interesting
But really though it's just stranger things in space
Reminds me of how it's hinted of all the cats Data has gone through/killed before he knew how to keep it alive.
Yea.. wait for the season 2 then then 3... then 4 wow by then you would be speaking belter
Plus more with:
The show actually put me in the mood to play Mass Effect, I ended up going through the whole trilogy because of the Expanse lol. (That actress plays one of the alien characters.)
There’s 4 seasons right now. Fourth one came out around Christmas time
At the time he made that comment the thread tittle and discussion was about Cobra Kai. After @Clippy finished that show he decided to try out other recommendations so he just repurposed the thread/tittle/conversation for the new show he is watching The Expanse.
I think its primary fault is how all the characters are so unlikable. I feel no emotional investment into their story arcs. I eventually did warm up to Amos and Bobbie Draper, but everyone else could die for all I care. However, the story and production design is so good that I felt compelled to continue watching.
Stop organizing my chaos
Anything would be better if it was Space Cop.
this might be the only show I've ever started and got far in and then just had to give up on it.
something about it was just unbearable for me. the acting seemed terrible
was disappointing because I love anything set in space
I had more interest after I found out that the books and setup were originally going to be an MMORPG, so each character had a typical RPG class. Holden is like a stereotypical white knight paladin, and is very unlikeable because of it. Amos was like a tank/mechanic, etc.
I did think that the acting got better after the first season. It was very syfy-esque early on.
Amos has some great moments in the show, though.