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Where’s Rex?! (Spoiler Alert!)

- I haven’t seen this either, have you?

An Alarming Vision (Spoiler Alert!)

- btw I haven’t seen this myself. I’m going spoiler free with the last few episodes.

How about you guys: Do you want to be “spoiled” or not?

mywritingdesk:

“For me every game could go either way. So it’s kind of hard to… keep track or care anymore.”

We all wish for the opportunity to do things over again. We wonder what would happen if whatever happened, happened differently. When our favorite team misses that last second field goal, we…

“For me every game could go either way. So it’s kind of hard to… keep track or care anymore.” - Det. Michael Britten, AWAKE 1x09

Therefore, Awake has to be given its due credit. It seems nothing on the show is left to chance. Every word has a purpose, every case serves the characters (rather than the other way around), every plot point that seems simple enough ends up having multiple offshoots that build and enrich the story in ways that aren’t imagined.

mywritingdesk:

Last week Awake reminded us all what our beloved show is really about. At its core Awake isn’t about drive-thru omens and imaginary penguins. It’s not about sideways-living serial killers or dueling psychiatrists. And like it or not, whether played out by the actors or played out by the fans,…

mywritingdesk:

I’d like to say that if you haven’t heard of NBC’s Awake, you’ve been living under a rock, but alas, that isn’t true.  Though met with relatively enthusiastic reviews from critics, the Jason Isaacs vehicle debuted to a sleepy start on Thursday, March 1st and has been on a steady ratings decline since.  Despite its struggle with the ratings, I believe that Awake deserves to be renewed – and here’s why.

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