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Watched the first two episodes, I'm thinking this show has possibilities.
 
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Yeah, my wife and I are starting tonight. I like Jason Bateman.


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We watched 3 episodes and so far it has held our interest. Plus there's something about Laura Linney.
 
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We watched three episodes last night. I'm interested.
 
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On ep 8. Quite enjoying it.




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Thanks for this, guys. Been binge watching it most of the day because of the weather. On episode 6 now.


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Just did episode one tonight and it was pretty interesting. I also like Jason Bateman so it was a bonus to see him in it.




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Wasn't planning on watching this until I saw this thread. Wife wasn't home last night so I didn't want to watch any of "our" shows and get ahead of her so I decided to give this one a try. 3 episodes later and I'm really enjoying it.


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I found this over the weekend. I'm really enjoying it. Learned early on that you have to pay attention to everything because nothing is depicted without a purpose that will be made clear later on. Good storytelling and Bateman and Linney are fantastic.

Also a treat to see Harris Yulin.



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I just can't get that dang Bob Seger tune out of my head now.
 
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I just can't get that dang Bob Seger tune out of my head now.



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Episode 9 goes full retard within the first two minutes. "Typical" gun store employee helping someone lie on their forms, "high capacity" mags. Put a real damper on the show, you can tell some liberal loser wrote this episode.


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Was waiting to finish the Jack Taylor series before starting this up and on ep 2 now. Seems like another score for Netflix


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Watched the first two episodes last night. I'll be back for more tonight.


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Finished it up last night, really good series. Had a Gone Girl type of vibe to it for some reason. Saw that at least one of the episodes was directed by Bateman. Always liked him as an actor, good to see he can do dramatic roles too.

Only issue I had was believing the daughter was theirs, she looked nothing like them. But other than that, two thumbs up


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My wife turned me on to it and I ended up binge watching it all weekend.

Loved it over all but for some reason Charlotte annoyed me more and more as the series pressed on. Conversely I was hoping Ruth met a painfully gruesome death initially but she grew on me
 
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I'm on episode 4 and like the show so far...as someone that lives at the Lake of the Ozarks I'll say that it looks like most of the outside shots were taken at the Georgia location but I swear I ran into the Langmore's in Wal Mart the other day.
 
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I think I'll be starting episode 7 tonight. It keeps me off balance and tense and I guess that's the goal. It even makes me uncomfortable at times. Are those the definitions of a good mystery? Smile


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Still confused about who Wendy called during episode four.
 
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Still confused about who Wendy called during episode four.


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