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Dpantherman

Homeland sweeps the Emmys ...am I missing out?

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Imagine my surprise when I found out that Bryan Cranston lost and Homeland sweep all the major drama categories that they were nominated in. (Shout to Aaron Paul bitch! congrats)

I've heard a lot about this show, and I have Showtime now. Is it worth catching up on and watching for the premiere Sunday?

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I love it..can't wait til the 2nd season

We cant either! They are filming today at Zacks on S. Blvd.

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It was pretty good for a while, but I thought things started to get a little over the top towards the end of the season. And now they've set the plot up so that further developing the main characters is going to require a major suspension of logic.

Stick with Boardwalk Empire. :)

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yeah man it is a great show...

I was kinda disappointed that it won best Drama series over Game of Thrones, but it is a very good show in its own right. My wife and I watched the whole first season in like 2 or 3 days. Season 2 starts Sunday.

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in comparison to breaking bad it's not that good. no idea how it won.

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