Originally Posted by Mark12547
And sometimes following the logic of the show is a chore. For example, some things that happened while people were in the cocoons over the past two seasons are taken to be true in the current season, even though we know much of it wasn't. Examples: entrances and exits from The Dome, contact with certain parties outside The Dome, who is "doing" whom.
Also, if the first two seasons were just a "dream" (a cocoon-induced mental simulation ... remember the early speculation in this thread when there was a fade between the back of Big Jim's head and The Dome that all this might be a dream of Big Jim?), what is to say that we aren't just watching more externally-induced lucid dreaming?
Sounds like you've been under a dome. I won't correct you, as others have already done that. But it's interesting that someone can watch a show and get a completely different understanding from it. I wonder how many others saw it differently. Did you watch EVERY episode this season, or did you skim them?
Anyway, as to the loss of interest, I'll use my mother as an example. She's elderly, and she hates science fiction. Seasons one and two were not really science fiction, IMO. One could make an argument that they were, but one could just as easily make the reverse argument.
In season three however, there's no question. As a result, my mother has no more interest in the show. As for me, ilk keep watching, but without the unintended comedy, it's becoming a lower priority to watch. Even Tim seems to have baled.
Sounds like next season might have to be called, "Under the moon". Maybe they'll makes it a romantic comedy.
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