Better episode tonight. The Grady Twins were creepy and the ending was great! Although I don’t know how they’re going to explain that mess. Lol
It was the Tulsa Massacre. Montrose and George were born and grew up in Tulsa and escaped the slaughter, though many of their family members didn't. It was part of their back story in the original book, published before HBO aired Watchmen.Tulsa race massacre? Are you thinking of Watchmen?
What was the riot from last night, 1920s Chicago? Or was it suppose to be their version of Tulsa?
Pilot was good, mostly straightforward narrative. Good suspense build up before the supernatural element was revealed.
Other episodes have been up and down.
Agreed, this is one heck of a ride. To be honest when I read about it and the source material I did not think they would be able to pull this off. I pictured it crashing and burning. But they sure did pull it off, enhanced by a stellar cast that keeps you engaged and interested. I look forward to this every week.For me, the show continues to knock it out of the park .. the Tulsa race massacre, another piece of our sorted History interwoven with Sundays episode ..
The show has a depth that is rarely seen and very thought provoking, which I think is what the writer (Misha Green based on Matt Ruff) .. went for ..
The Ford Woody wagon the Freeman's drive is as much a part of the cast as anything, IMO .. you see it new, you see it worn and older .. it's a wonderful detail ..
The scene outside of Montrose and George’s childhood home, as Atticus, Leti, and Montrose watch as a younger version of Montrose is beaten and whipped by Atticus’ grandfather, was as disturbing, to me, as anything else ..I also thought the show did a nice job of fleshing out George's and Montrose's backstory of surviving the Tulsa Massacre as teens. Though I personally find watching someone being burned alive way more disturbing than any gory horror sex scene.