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When the last scene of the infected people was shown at the end of the episode, I specifically looked for the girl (mayor's daughter?) who had been banished to the other side of the river but didn't see her. Did any of you?
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When the last scene of the infected people was shown at the end of the episode, I specifically looked for the girl (mayor's daughter?) who had been banished to the other side of the river but didn't see her. Did any of you?
Did the same thing. I didn't see her either.

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I was thinking she was the girl in Red, was she not saved at the very end when they came back?

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I was thinking she was the girl in Red, was she not saved at the very end when they came back?
Not that I saw.
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I was thinking she was the girl in Red, was she not saved at the very end when they came back?
I was getting them mixed up also. Thought the girl in red helping him in the tent was the older sister - wife said that wasn't her.

They really should have headed back to the ship, got resupplied, and came back in force - it wouldn't have taken very long considering they would be in radio communication well before reaching the ship. Stupid to go in unarmed and significantly outnumbered. You know what they say, "If you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics suck."
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I was getting them mixed up also. Thought the girl in red helping him in the tent was the older sister - wife said that wasn't her.

They really should have headed back to the ship, got resupplied, and came back in force - it wouldn't have taken very long considering they would be in radio communication well before reaching the ship. Stupid to go in unarmed and significantly outnumbered. You know what they say, "If you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics suck."

Ah, ok, thanks.


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Making vast sums of money isn't necessarily a sign of artistic worth or merit. There's lots of stuff that makes lots of money but isn't very good. Is a $1 McDonald's toadburger better than a $100 steak at a five-star restaurant? Trust me, McDonald's sells billions of those, too.

I think his films are generally empty and horrible, but I gotta say, but there's a lot of thought behind how the images are constructed. And they're doing similar stuff within The Last Ship, some of which is very interesting visually.
So you're saying Bay is the McDonalds of film .. ??

As with many things in life, quality is in the eye of the beholder .. people like what they like .. if you want an easy to follow, straight forward, no artsy, popcorn flick .. Bay fits the bill .. and apparently his demographic tosses plenty of money at them .. which means they are giving his films merit in and of itself ..

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So you're saying Bay is the McDonalds of film .. ??
Exactly.

"The Rock" was the Big Mac. Good popcorn flick, and one of the few films with a tolerable Nicolas Cage (Cage would be the reconstituted onions - outside of the Big Mac, they have no merit).

"Transformers" was the Big Mac used in commercials. Looks great, but fabricated from fake food stuffs created by food artists.

"Pearl Harbor" was the best Big Mac ever made that was then dropped on the floor in a puddle of strawberry milkshake.
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Exactly.

"The Rock" was the Big Mac. Good popcorn flick, and one of the few films with a tolerable Nicolas Cage (Cage would be the reconstituted onions - outside of the Big Mac, they have no merit).

"Transformers" was the Big Mac used in commercials. Looks great, but fabricated from fake food stuffs created by food artists.

"Pearl Harbor" was the best Big Mac ever made that was then dropped on the floor in a puddle of strawberry milkshake.
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Man, I'm craving McDonalds now.

think I'll get the Armageddon chicken bacon club.
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Well, you know, somebodies gotta do it ..
People turn their nose up all the time, but the truth is the World would be a much sadder place without McDonald's in it.

... and it would be a much happier place if they went back to frying their french fries in beef lard. Those were hands down the best fries around.
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People turn their nose up all the time, but the truth is the World would be a much sadder place without McDonald's in it.

... and it would be a much happier place if they went back to frying their french fries in beef lard. Those were hands down the best fries around.
Yep, no Happy Meals ..

And although those Old School Fries I feel sure contributed to my multiple heart attacks, they would still be mighty tempting ..

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People turn their nose up all the time, but the truth is the World would be a much sadder place without McDonald's in it.

... and it would be a much happier place if they went back to frying their french fries in beef lard. Those were hands down the best fries around.
Not sure I agree with that. Think of how many Mom & Pop Hamburger joints were shut down by all those corporate-owned food chains. Their food NEVER looks as good as the photos in the advertisements, and who knows what kind "secrets" are buried in the mix. I'm old enough to remember how good tasting real hamburgers were in those Mom & Pop places, not to mention the real milkshakes.
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The "old lard" had a bad rap - cholesterol elevator. It's image has been somewhat rehabilitated in recent years. It's not as bad as trans-fats! Besides, saturated fats aren't really the bad guys anymore. Sugar and refined carbs are much worse for you.

The biggest health problem with a cheeseburger is neither the burger nor the cheese. It's the fluffy white bun it comes on. True story. And those old Mickie-D's fries sure were tasty.
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The "old lard" had a bad rap - cholesterol elevator. It's image has been somewhat rehabilitated in recent years. It's not as bad as trans-fats! Besides, saturated fats aren't really the bad guys anymore. Sugar and refined carbs are much worse for you.

The biggest health problem with a cheeseburger is neither the burger nor the cheese. It's the fluffy white bun it comes on. True story. And those old Mickie-D's fries sure were tasty.

I agree with this statement. Low carb high fat diet is the way to go. I've lost over 30 pounds since I started eating this way and feel better then I ever have.
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"Pearl Harbor" was the best Big Mac ever made that was then dropped on the floor in a puddle of strawberry milkshake.
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Not sure I agree with that. Think of how many Mom & Pop Hamburger joints were shut down by all those corporate-owned food chains. Their food NEVER looks as good as the photos in the advertisements, and who knows what kind "secrets" are buried in the mix. I'm old enough to remember how good tasting real hamburgers were in those Mom & Pop places, not to mention the real milkshakes.
I'm 65, so yes, I have fond memories of the Mom / Pop joints .. but you still had no guarantee what was in the mix ..

If anyone is lucky enough to have a Steak & Shake in the area, that's still done old school .. a bit pricier than McD's, but well worth it ..

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The only location credits I could find are San Diego and Manhattan Beach. Don't know of any tributaries in the area that look remotely like that. Might have gone out to the Channel Islands, I guess...
I was thinking the boat scenes were Channel Islands or possibly Catalina, with a couple of very obvious VFX shots where palm trees tropical vegetation were added. The actual jungle & river was a dead ringer for the Fantasy Island lagoon at the Los Angeles Arboretum so I assume it was filmed there.

Couple of real head shakers in this ep. And I'm not buying that they wouldn't have sent the second boat back after returning the doctor to the ship. At the very least, they would have sent the boat back closer, but still out of danger from the river shore, to extend the range of radio communications and have some marines at the ready in reserve for reinforcements if called upon.
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The "old lard" had a bad rap - cholesterol elevator. It's image has been somewhat rehabilitated in recent years. It's not as bad as trans-fats! Besides, saturated fats aren't really the bad guys anymore. Sugar and refined carbs are much worse for you.

The biggest health problem with a cheeseburger is neither the burger nor the cheese. It's the fluffy white bun it comes on. True story. And those old Mickie-D's fries sure were tasty.
Arch, I'll be sure and mention that to my cardiologist next time I'm in ..

I think it kinda depends on what you're going for .. clogged arteries or diabetes .. and the fries are as bad as the bun sugar/carb wise .. that reminds me, I need to take my Zocor and eat my daily bowl of All Bran now ..

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Hey all! I am enjoying this series so far.
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The "old lard" had a bad rap - cholesterol elevator. It's image has been somewhat rehabilitated in recent years. It's not as bad as trans-fats! Besides, saturated fats aren't really the bad guys anymore. Sugar and refined carbs are much worse for you.

The biggest health problem with a cheeseburger is neither the burger nor the cheese. It's the fluffy white bun it comes on. True story. And those old Mickie-D's fries sure were tasty.
I have leaf lard (pork), beef lard and duck fat on hand at all times. Use butter as a topping, and ghee (clarified butter) for cooking also. Those and olive oil are the only fats allowed in my house. No decent biscuit or pie crust can be made without leaf lard - and fried chicken fried in anything but lard is an abomination. Crisco was developed when they had no idea what to do with all the cottonseed oil on hand when electric lights became popular. So they crystallized cottonseed oil (Crisco) and gave it away to hospitals and schools as a cheap alternative to natural lard. Then some clever propaganda that made people think that hospitals chose Crisco because it was a "clean" fat was all it took to gradually unseat lard in our diets.

Doubt McDonald's will ever go back. When they got strong-armed into switching to Rapeseed Oil (Canola Oil), they started calling their fries vegetarian. Then on the sly, they added some beef flavoring to try and keep their taste of old intact. They got sued and removed the beef flavoring.

So bottom line: If I'm ever the dictator on a small island, I'd probably have the young girls rendering monkey fat rather than sitting around waiting to be violated.
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Speaking OT of fast food garbage- how about some wood pulp in your burger and shake:
http://qz.com/223742/there-is-a-secr...ers-wood-pulp/

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Well, it wasn't only the crew going rouge- the whole thing started with the Capt. refusing the authenticated nuke fire order into Pakistan...
By the way, it's rogue, not rouge. Rouge is a color, near to red, used primarily in cosmetics.

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I can't speak for the rest of the series, but the pilot of 'Last Resort' had effects that were as good, or better, better than anything I've seen on 'The Last Ship'.
Best part of The Last Resort was a commercial the cast and crew made for ESPN, as they discussed the best NFL quarterbacks. Still there on YouTube. Very funny stuff...

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I guess the derailment drift over fast food was not enough, now we're into spelling monitors ..

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Arch, I'll be sure and mention that to my cardiologist next time I'm in ..

I think it kinda depends on what you're going for .. clogged arteries or diabetes .. and the fries are as bad as the bun sugar/carb wise .. that reminds me, I need to take my Zocor and eat my daily bowl of All Bran now ..
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The "old lard" had a bad rap - cholesterol elevator. It's image has been somewhat rehabilitated in recent years. It's not as bad as trans-fats! Besides, saturated fats aren't really the bad guys anymore. Sugar and refined carbs are much worse for you.

The biggest health problem with a cheeseburger is neither the burger nor the cheese. It's the fluffy white bun it comes on. True story. And those old Mickie-D's fries sure were tasty.
Yup, stay away from white foods like bread, potatoes, white rice, etc. Brown rice is just as bad but white rice is some of the worst food you can eat, it's basically pure carbohydrate in a little white pellet and it turns into glucose almost instantly when being digested. Sugar and carbs are the same thing to your body, lower your intake of those and you're virtually guaranteed to lose weight and be and feel much healthier.
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