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Jamestown: Episode #3.8 (2019)
A Bad Way to End a Great Series
I loved the series. I followed it week to week on PBS and was drawn into it. I feel so horrifically cheated that the series ended in such a manner. It's like the writers were putting their all into the writing of the episode, but they were told they had two minutes to finish up before the script was due. The ending was so unoriginal and a cop-out that I can't put it into words. To have a series of such quality end on such a "we don't know exactly how to end the series" manner was incredibly disappointing. I think the previous reviewer was correct. They were holding out hope for a season 4, but when that didn't come, they hastily added the post-script. A bad way to end a great series.
The Waltons: Founder's Day (1979)
This episode has one of the most powerful, and in ways, emotional conclusions of any television program I have seen. I think it was designed as a possible series finale in case the show wasn't renewed. The soliloquy narrated by Earl Hamner was a beautiful expression of family and ties to the earth. It is worth watching just for the last two minutes.
Nice Intertwined Storylines
This was a nicely written episode. The story of Betty and the Homing Pigeon were very nicely intertwined, and it wasn't done in a cheesy or over-acted way.
Jamestown: Episode #2.6 (2018)
Entertaining But Odd
This episode followed some of the continuing story lines of the series, but it was rather odd. The whole super-natural component didn't really seem to fit in the series. It ended up tying into a past story, but this seemed more like a special "Halloween episode" that series have done over the decades to be a bit more spooky. So the continuing storylines were fine, but the super-natural part seem out of the Jamestown world.
Jamestown: Episode #2.5 (2018)
Different But Yet Memorable
I agree with the previous reviewer that this episode took the overall storyline off-track, but it was memorable, especially the performances of the actors playing Peck and Farlow. Their story has stuck with me long after viewing the story. So while it wasn't the typical topic for the show, it was worth watching for the performances alone.
The Waltons: The Tempest (1981)
Realism Off the Rails
I don't want to give too much away in case you want to watch this, but to have Curt abandon his wife and son for the reason given in the storyline is absurd. He has that happen to him so he never sees his son again?!?! I love The Waltons, but I skip this one in the rotation if I see it is on. The storyline about Erin and JD is good though.
Father Knows Best: Hard Luck Leo (1959)
Margaret Gets Ticked!
It was so nice to see Margaret let loose and lecture Leonard! She had a bit to her afterall!!