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Just finished the series. I'll certainly continue next season. Very interesting twists and unexpected events. Shocking changes of direction. Kept me paying attention.


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We finished it last night. Certainly took a couple unexpected turns at the end. Looking forward to next season.
 
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We finished it last night. Certainly took a couple unexpected turns at the end. Looking forward to next season.


Yep, after the first episode I wasn't sure, but they did a good job of developing the characters along with the story line. Ruth for one made a major transformation as did Wendy. The daughter, (can't remember her name off and) was a bit of a PITA but showed a little redemption at the end. I can see her being an even bigger PITA in future seasons which would be a turn off for me.



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Best viewed over some nice, cold lemonade.


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Best viewed over some nice, cold lemonade.


Note to self, be wary when offered lemonade by a farmer in the Ozarks.







Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.


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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.


Yeah, that wasn't remotely subtle. There was also the Obama campaign story, there was a global warming quip, definitely a libtard at the wheel, but it's an entertaining first season. I enjoyed it.
 
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I really enjoyed binge watching this series. Looking forward to hopefully another season.
 
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Johan's friend bought him a rifle, what rifle was that?




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Johan's friend bought him a rifle, what rifle was that?


Looked like a modified Mini 14.

Sure seems like the local poppy people should have far more muscle for that type of operation.
 
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Best tv show I have seen in a while. Can't wait for season 2.


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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.


Yeah, that wasn't remotely subtle. There was also the Obama campaign story, there was a global warming quip, definitely a libtard at the wheel, but it's an entertaining first season. I enjoyed it.


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This first season was tolerable. But was far short of an Elmore Leonard storey. Certainly needed better dialogue & consistent character development.

Badly in need of financial technical advisor. Virtually all life insurance benefits are payable after 2 years. Sadly the writers have no idea how money is laundried. $50,000,000 to go through an Ozark titty bar & boat dock. Wow... get some help. Please.
 
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There's a lot I find fault with in this series, but I still have enough interest to put many of my quibbles aside to see how season 2 progresses.

Question for SIGforum members -

Do you think Buddy (old dude living with the family) is ex-military or ex-law enforcement?




 
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I was entertained by this show but I have to agree with EasyFire.


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I thought it was 8 million through there and 50 million next, which generated the need for the drug business but maybe I misunderstood. Either way I liked the show and look forward to seeing who the cartel sends next.


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Yeah it was a small amount as a trial run / proof of concept / please don't kill me and my family. They were expanding towards the end hence the box truck & need to deal with the opium farmers.


Side note, I keep seeing a commercial now for lemonade where a man is drinking some on a porch and all I can think about is this show now.


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Didn't see that coming. Kinda want a mini-14.
 
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It was decent. I might be down for watching season two. It was a Breaking Bad Wannabe. I found BB to be generally more believable in terms of how and at what rate the characters developed, but I guess the writers know we know what they know, and where they were headed with the show.
 
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