Under the Dome Radio podcast episode #44, hosted by Troy Heinritz and Wayne Henderson. Wayne and Troy share their initial reactions to episode 11 of season 2, “Black Ice”! Your feedback welcome at (904) 469-7469 or via the feedback page.
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- Initial thoughts about “Black Ice”.
- Please visit UnderTheDomeRadio.com/Feedback and share your thoughts and theories or call (904) 469-7469 and let your voice be heard!
- Hunter is found out to be a mole. Is he going to end-up being a triple-crosser?
- Isn't it amazing that almost everyone survived the freeze?
- Didn't you feel a little bad for Big Jim?
- Why did Lyle take an extra day or two to bubble up? Where and what was he doing?
- What do you think will be the cause of 1,000′ flames, that Lyle and Pauline have alluded to?
- Troy has a new podcast, dedicated to the tv series, The Blacklist. Stay tuned for further details.
- Subscribe and listen to Wayne and Troy's other Noodle.mx Network show, for ABC TV's Resurrection, on their Resurrection Revealed podcast.
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Bryant Burnette says
There were a few things I liked in this episode, but mostly I was bored by it. I feel bad for Mike Vogel and Rachelle Lefevre; they’re both good actors, but the relationship between their characters just doesn’t work at all. AT ALL. So an episode that spends as much time on it as this one spent; well, it was doomed from the outset.
The things that I enjoyed were the shout-outs to the novel: not just Lyle’s description of the fires he’d seen, but also two others — Hunter asking Joe if he knew Chester’s Mill had a “Little Bitch Road” and Pauline referring to the high school football team as the “Mighty, Mighty Woodchucks.” I chuckled a bit both of those times.
I also enjoyed all of Big Jim’s scenes. Even though the writers have had to ignore huge chunks of plot from the first season to make it happen, I am enjoying seeing him portrayed as a complex character and not as a mere cartoon villain. Dean Norris is good at that complexity, so I’m pleased to see the show at least trying to take advantage of it.
I have to admit, all in all, I’m very disappointed with how this season has gone. I’d like to see CBS fire everyone who writes (and produces) the series between seasons and bring in a fresh crop of people to see if they can fix the gigantic mess this show has become.
Speaking of which, where the heck has Carolyn been the past six weeks? It’s inexcusable for the series to ignore her for that long. And don’t even get me started on the MIA Ben.
lucifr jr. says
First, James Don’t call me Junior.
Now, Becky Pine, Nobody calls me Becky anymore.
Later, Dane Barbara, I’m more comfortable with Barbie.
This episode is frozen over… I thought Elsa is coming to Storybrooke and not in Chester’s Mill but wait, she is actually stopping by.
Rebecca, just when I thought I could not appreciate her more, a science teacher, turn into a scientist, and now a trauma doctor. I wouldn’t be surprise when the dome takes off, she’d be the astronaut. What a character transformation. #CharacterTransformation
Big Jim, the good slash bad slash good slash bad or i don’t know, but I love it when he helped Lyle because for a second or a couple of seconds I thought he’d just leave that Layle behind, but to be honest, Layle could just reach the surface without the help of Jim. I pity Jim. I so pity Jim. He deserves someone not Pauline, maybe Norrie? or Becca? just for fun.
I love it because Sir Troy made a reference to Grey’s anatomy, I’m glad because I watch it too, I think Rebecca Pine can cross over to Seattle as a trauma doctor. HAHAHA
The egg is shrinking, but I am more excited when it actually enlarges, what would happen to the black uniformed security when that happens? I think It’s shrinking because the egg is no longer providing the power source, just like Melanie is weakening.
And Hunter, the hacker slash the mole slash unpredictable – maybe he just wanted to help after all. I don’t know, but what’s his name? aside from hunter, which is obviously not his birth name.
I think those questions boiling inside our head will not be answered before or after the finale, they’ll just be trapped under the brain.