Oh, goodie! Under the Dome will return in Summer 2014! Now for thoughts on the latest episode. Hopefully I won’t confuse Angie with Maggie this time.
The dome has some sort of will that’s connected to Joe and Norrie? That bit of knowledge provided such a convenient deus ex machina.
Also, wouldn’t people start worrying about flooding with all that heavy rain? I didn’t buy Jodee’s explanation that falling rain was filtered water. My mind boggles trying to figure how the dome’s “micro-climate” should interact with the outside world.
How exactly does falling rain make Julia & Barbie want to make out with each other? Pushing the romance almost halfway in Under the Dome’s first season doesn’t feel organic.
Who else will find out Joe & Norrie’s “powers?” Joe’s skater-dude friend who will brag about it to all of his friends thus endangering the couple?
Norrie didn’t really talk her way out of getting someone else’s insulin for her mother, Alice. She settles for “keeping” some kid’s vial. I wouldn’t consider Norrie a streetwise tough girl.
The door’s out. It’s not like we’re breaking in.
- Norrie Calvert-Hill, to Joe McAlister, not aware of a little thing called “trespassing.”
Rose must have had a lonely life as she only defense for her diner is a baseball bat and nobody even stopped by and chatted with her as Chester’s Mill riots.
I’m glad the evil reverend’s gone and mean Ollie takes his place as the local interacting with Big Jim. The actor playing Ollie believably conveys “don’t mess with me.”
I’m still supposed to believe that Angie is in some pathetic doom while Junior is simply “misundertood” because of the trauma he had after his mom died? Not buying it.
Watch Big Jim make a deal with Angie on Under the Dome: “The Endless Thirst:”