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The attention to detail is amazing in this show. I have no idea if this will tie into the ending, but did anyone else catch the convo between Maggie and Marty? Relating back to my last post in the thread, seems like one of their daughters have mental issues and visited the same mental hospital Rust investigated. Also, shes an artist now too. It's even more mind blowing how detailed this show is if it doesn't have anything to do with the ending.
EDIT: Mind = blown. Its the same daughter that drew those sexual pictures isn't it. JESUS!!! So much sense in something so insignificant (possibly).
EDITEDIT: I'd like to add that I read an article that pizzolatto retweeted with a theory that this show isn't convoluted and all the clues were there from the beginning. This last episode basically confirmed that for me. But that's what is great about this show. Even with a generic ending, I would leave happy.
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Last edited by KingDeeCee; 03-04-2014 at 01:18 AM.
I have a feeling the next one is going to be in New York with a woman protagonist.
How did you come up with that? It's a pretty good guess; the writer said this re: season 2 in an interview after the finale:
I am still fleshing it out. The basic idea: Hard women, bad men, and the secret occult history of the U.S. transportation system. I was well on my way in the writing but there’s been a lot noise and work around the end of the first season that got in the way.
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Sonick is a genius. I won't go into detail what's so great about his post. But it's damn good!
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I hope they keep doing what they're doing. Don't fix it if it ain't broke. All 11 episodes of season 1 were written by Nic Pizzolatto and all 11 were directed by the same director Cary Fukunaga. It showed consistency in the written and visual aspects of the show.