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Two episodes have dropped.

Waiting for someone with D+ to let me use it. But this takes place after Avengers:Endgame.

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I watched the first two episodes. Meh. You need to be into the Marvel Universe, beyond just the movies, to get some of the stuff. To be more than just a show for nerds, it needs start getting there a bit more quickly, IMHO. It’s kind of slow, and doing satires of various TV sitcoms is going to get old fairly quickly, I think.
 
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Also watched the first two.
By themselves... the episodes really suck.
However there's a VERY strong undercurrent of weird shit that makes you want to keep watching to find out what the hell is going on.





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I watched the first two episodes. Meh. You need to be into the Marvel Universe, beyond just the movies, to get some of the stuff. To be more than just a show for nerds, it needs start getting there a bit more quickly, IMHO. It’s kind of slow, and doing satires of various TV sitcoms is going to get old fairly quickly, I think.


A gentleman I know was talking about it. Basically you're right: If you just watched the movies, you will probably be lost. You need to really know so much about multiple series in the comics to really get what's going on. It's definitely a show for those people who are really deep into Marvel.


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Watched the first two...Pretty retro and boring in my opinion .


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Had they not dropped two episodes at the same time, it is unlikely I would have watched the second episode. But, they did and, I did.

As a result, I am [surprisingly] anticipating the next episode.









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If you really want to dive into the hidden easter eggs, check out NewRockstars on YouTube. That guy is a real nerd and knows everything about Marvel, DC and Star Wars. There's so much more hidden in plain sight and he does a good job breaking things down.





I haven't seen any of the shows yet and haven't watched the two breakdowns above yet.

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Benny6, on this show, it doesn't take a rocket surgeon to see the references (or at least catch on they're there).

I did note how the set's living room changed from The Dick Van Dyke Show to a combo (I think) of I Love Lucy and Leave it to Beaver.

The kitchen and bedroom are Lucy.









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Watched 1 episode, went to bed early in lieu of watching 2nd. Too boring for me, though my adult nephew liked it. . .



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Benny6, on this show, it doesn't take a rocket surgeon to see the references (or at least catch on they're there).

I did note how the set's living room changed from The Dick Van Dyke Show to a combo (I think) of I Love Lucy and Leave it to Beaver.

The kitchen and bedroom are Lucy.


The 2nd episode seemed to go for a "bewitched" vibe.

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Watched two. I don’t get it other than they are doing throwbacks to old shows.
 
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Episode 4 will illuminate what's going on in the first three episodes.



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Was just about to post the same info. I just finished watching the fourth episode and it answers so many questions about the first three.



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Episode 4 really brings some life into the series.
Makes you glad you stuck around.





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Just watched 3 and 4. Please stick around for 4.
It gets better.
 
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1&2 are weird, 3 is a bit better but see it through to 4, in my opinion it is so worth it and I am looking forward to seeing where it goes.


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There better not be any Captain Marvel/Bree Larson shit coming Mad
 
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It was kind of weird
 
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Ending of episode 5
Kinda saw it coming... but did not expect the x-men tie in like that.





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I thought it was a great way to tie in the First Class version.



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