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And did I miss what happened to Childan's gay friend?
No, my guess is he likely shirked off to the Neutral Zone after S3 finale, but yes he and several other minor plot lines fall off (the people they knew at the Jewish colony - although you can guess they were on the run after S4E1 when the Reich moved on Denver).
 
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So many potential spin-offs now. LOL Kido, Childan, what happens to the American Reich now, etc. etc.


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Seems to me to be begging for another season or five.



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So it didn’t end how I expected. I didn’t dislike the ending but it really left things to the viewer.

Loved the series. Agree that it is ripe for more seasons or a spinoff


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Give it a couple of weeks, then let's discuss the ending. LOL


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Maybe the ending was anti-climactic, or just right. Depends on the viewer.

Certainly fewer loose ends then other shows I've enjoyed. And let's not forget, PKD was on A LOT of drugs when he made all this shit up we now try to re-create through visual media.

Me, I liked it and think it should just be left alone so I can watch it again sometime - or not.
 
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Finished up Season 4 this weekend - so looking forward to discussing it and the ending (separate spoiler thread, maybe? Big Grin).

The ending was interesting to say the least - it didn't go where I thought it would - but I think was still a good ending after having time to think it over.
(And some folks pointing out little nuggets in previous episodes I'd forgotten about that help frame things.) Big Grin


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I just started the series last night. I have to say, the initial feelings I had were extreme discomfort and rage. Hard to wrap my head around the theme.


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I think the ending was an extreme letdown...not what happened, but how it happened and how it was presented.

Everything up to there was fantastic, but the ending really seemed thrown together with much less care than the rest of it. I don't know if that was on purpose, but after how tight the rest of it was, to have no realistic reactions from all the people to the events just didn't make sense.
 
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The ending to me felt like an ending written under a time restriction. I.E.: "Shit guys we only have 10 minutes left in the last episode, how the hell do we wrap all this up?"

I agree that this could have benefited from either another season or a few more episodes.




 
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I just finished season 3 last night and look forward for seeing 4. I'm a little disappointed reading some of the comments here though.


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