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Discussion in 'Under the Dome' started by carrie's younger brother, Jul 3, 2014.
I thought I was the only one to think like that... well, who knows, who knows...
Spoiler: Ooops, sorry
I thought since the girl reappeared, the scratches on her murderer reappeared. Although, those were pretty significant scratches.
I thought that Julia said it was a male who killed Angie and that Angie had scratched her killer-- thus the possible connection to scratches on him and he being Angie's killer
Oh snap! that's right! doh! I completely forgot she even said that! Good job spidey!
Some "spoiler" tidbits that were revealed from the Comic-Con panel today:
Under the Dome - Season 2 - Spoilers from Comic-Con Panel | Spoilers
A little more from Comic-Con: Comic-Con: 'Under the Dome' to Ramp Up Body Count in Back-Half of Season 2 - Hollywood Reporter
Interesting that Baer wants to do 3-5 seasons.
Did anyone make the connection between Melanie's last name and her possibly being related to
Spoiler: far-fetched spoiler
Or am I just trying to pull at too much here? I'm wondering if that will factor in to the overall plot later down the Chester's Mill main drag.
One more, I promise!
EW cast interviews with the cast: ‘Under the Dome’ heading outside the dome?
There was one of just Dean Norris...but now I can't find it on the site anymore :/
Edit: Found it: Which superheroine did 'Under the Dome' star Dean Norris dress up as?
THis town has got to smell like holy hell. How are they flushing toilets? Are they taking baths? No one's hair looks greasy. I want greasy looking people. Where are they getting fresh, unwrinkled clothes?
I was without water for a week and my house stunk. And my clothes were wrinkled, and there was piles of stank everywhere!
Do generators flush toilets? People are wasting energy running washers and dryers? Okay, they are headed into Joad territory here. They just all need to die. The End.
They do if they've hooked in the water pumps. I know what you mean, though. I mentioned it to Steve when he was commenting about all those generators all over town but you never hear them. You'd think with being worried about limited resources, they'd be rationing a bit more. Plus anyone who's ever used a portable generator knows it's not that easy to be running all that equipment to be going on like usual unless you've got a really good-sized generator.
Okay, where are the gun toting survivalist guys? They need to come in with their assault bazooka super duper launchers and take over again. Thunderdome.
We don't need another hero, we need Tina Turner.
I want to know how Jr.'s mom is going to play into this. Is she the key to this and why?
Lyle said she was hoping the dome would follow her when she left and save jr. Why would the dome follow her?
I wonder about things like that too I don't think we're supposed to lol. Remember last season when Ollie and Big Jim fought for possession of Ollie's well after the water tower was destroyed and they discovered the water in the lake was polluted? And then Barbie blew up the well so that two other wells would work? I think we're supposed to assume they figured out how to pump the water from the wells into the main water lines. If not, we'd see residents carrying lots of buckets to and from the wells. I've vacationed in a couple places that had wells and we had to pump water into a bucket to take to the cabin. The cabins didn't have indoor plumbing so we had to go potty in an outhouse. I guess since Chester Mills' homes have indoor plumbing, they could pour a bucket of water into the toilet every time they needed to flush
I don't remember where all the propane powered generators came from. I remember Ben had a generator because he charged everyone's phones. Our generator is diesel powered so we'd be out of luck if a dome cut off our power lines
Cool video! I've never seen Vogel grin and laugh, didn't think he could lol
that post made me lol
In order to enjoy this show, you have to completely suspend that voice that questions anything and come up with excuses/explanations for oversight.
Once that voice really comes out the show is ruined. For me, it started, and the complete cliche cheesiness of an appliance repair delivery man running his route whistling, and speeding down the road and crashing into the water supply was the end for me. Appliance deliveries wouldn't be happening as per usual if the dome hit 2 days earlier. Then you had people making comments to Julia about her and Barbie while she was separated from her husband for less than a week. Now I hear in the 2 week span they have been in and out of love, and she knows that he killed her husband. In two weeks. Also saw someone mock how she was shot within a week of the timeline here, healed quick, rescued someone from the lake... and tackled someone this past episode with the same side without wincing... Then there is the whole thing with the bomb decimating everything not long ago, and suddenly everything is back to normal/plush.
Nothing has consequences.
But if you can turn off the skeptical/cynical voice, you can probably enjoy this show.
Spoiler: propane tanks
The propane tanks were from the drug selling operation, and I'm guessing they had the generators from there too.
Spoiler: “Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.” spoiler within
The quote is from Alice in Wonderland and that's how I'm looking at this little world UTD. It's a topsy turvy world where all things are possible.
“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, or you wouldn’t have come here.”