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Well, it’s all over. The three-season stretch of CBS’s Under The Dome made it’s final curtain call last night. The show will not be returning for a fourth season, so it’s third season finale served as a series finale.
Are we all following the plot here? Because, I am just barely. I feel like it’s not that complicated, either. But for some reason I’m finding it very difficult to understand. And I believe that reason is that I am so unattached to the characters and disinterested in the story that my brain literally rejects them.
The most ridiculous, most offensive, most outlandish moment on television happened on this week’s episode of Under The Dome, and that’s saying a lot considering Donald Trump can be found on basically any network at every time of day.
This week’s episode was the perfect storm of Under The Dome terrible-ness. Sub-par acting, sloppy storytelling, and groan-inducing dialogue. Join me, won’t you, as I tear apart another installment of this painful series!
The writers of Under The Dome need to have a Plan C, D, E, & F. Because nothing they’ve put forth this season is working. It all feels like a big stall. Every new plot point seems like it stems from the writers’ hands being tied to a plot device that doesn’t lend itself to an extended story: the Dome itself.
Turns out the Dome just showed them the end of the world meteor strike in order to get them to band together or some nonsense like that. The Kinship was already banned together under Christine’s rule. All it did was ban together the Dome’s enemies in Julia and Jim. So how does that make sense?
This episode seems to me to be a turning point for the series, as we finally start to understand who put the Dome over Chester’s Mill and to what end. And I’ll explain why this revelation is the worst thing to happen to the series thus far!
Love was in the air, or maybe I should say in the ooze, on this episode of Under The Dome, though not with those you would have expected it from before the start of this season. Barbie and Julia are still on the outs, Barbie having chosen his love from the alternate reality Eva over the pretty ginger (who, let’s remember, he has known for a whopping three weeks).
This week’s episode of Under The Dome was TWICE as good as the 2 hour premiere because it was HALF as long. If we can just get this show to stop existing, it’ll be at the top of its game.
Last night was the “special” two hour premiere of the CBS drama Under the Dome based off the Stephen King novel of the same name. Although at this point basically the only similarity between the two intellectual properties are some character names and the Dome itself.
It’s the last episode of the season, and possibly the series, and “Under the Dome” pulls out all the stops.
“Under the Dome” winds down but it still has some surprises in store.
Tensions rise as temperatures drop off “Under the Dome.”
After a slow start, we get a little action this week “Under the Dome.”
Jailbreak Barbie goes through the red door…and comes out the other side.
You can take the boy out of the dome but you can’t take the dome out of the boy.
Have a few captives found a way out from under the dome?
This episode doesn’t shed much light, expect to be kept “in the dark.”
Big Jim goes from Mr. Nice Guy to master manipulator in this week’s episode of “Under the Dome.”
It’s the most Darwinian episode yet – survival of the fittest under the dome.
Allegiances shift as more “signs” fall from the sky.
Meet the new Big Jim…and a flock of killer butterflies.
Stephen King lures us back “Under the Dome” in the season two premiere.