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11 thoughts on “Psychoville

  1. It’s clever, well-written, creatively put together and very imaginative.

    But it doesn’t grab me by the proverbials. I’m just kind of…[shrugs, wanders off to find Argos catalogue and browse storage solutions]

    • I can understand that. I love the show and have enjoyed every episode; but it’s curiously unengaging. If I missed the last one I wouldn’t be unduly worried and I don’t think I’d give a thought to how it all turns out.

      I guess what I’m saying is I like the style more than the substance.

      • I’ve just worked out the problem I have with it. Just *one* of those characters would be enough to make a good ol’ dark comedy drama thing. But there’s, what, 7 or 8 of them?

        Too much of a good thing. Not enough contrast.

  2. I haven’t seen it yet. If you have any views on the lack of Psychoville-related data in my brain, then by God I’d love to hear them.

    • I strongly suspect the first statement is the cause of the absence of data in the second.

      I like it. You might too. Or you might not.

      Does that help?

  3. This has made things much clearer, thank you. I might watch it. Or I might not.

  4. I like it – and I find I need to know how the different stories resolve…. Love the disturbing characters and their goals.
    (But this is fiction. If any of these people were real and I met them in the street I would RUN AWAY!)

    I didn’t click the same way with TLoG.

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