Nothing Ever Ends: The Philosophy of Watchmen (HBO) - Wisecrack Edition

3 avril 2020
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HBO's Watchmen is as entertaining as it it dense - so what exactly is the show saying?
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The show Watchmen had rich source material to work from, so it's no surprise that the show is highly-nuanced, surprising, and hella deep. Join Wisecrack as we peel off some of the layers of this brilliantly complex show on this Wisecrack Edition on HBO's Watchmen.
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Written by: Alec Opperman & Tommy Cook
Hosted by: Jared Bauer
Directed by: Michael Luxemburg
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  • What did you think about HBO's Watchmen? One last thanks to Keeps for supporting the channel. Check them out and get 50% off your order:

    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a 6 mois
    • Just finished it and I loved it!

      Nickson BrutusNickson BrutusIl y a mois
    • Why does everyone here behave like the original watchmen wasn't supercharged politic? It's literally collectivism vs invidualism plus a dash of new world order

      Steven ZephycSteven ZephycIl y a mois
    • Yggdrasil Alan Moore is obviously a man of the left and the shade he throws at the right wing is apparent. Let’s all just forget that the Klan were democrats. Moore is part of the problem even though he wrote an amazing story.

      Purple DrogaanPurple DrogaanIl y a 2 mois
    • I am curious, with all the issues that are appearing now, do you think Watchman is more relevant then it was when it first came out. For a lot of things seem to mirror current politics and why they are happening.

      raw666raw666Il y a 4 mois
    • Love the channel been a lurker since the early Thug Notes days, can you do w video on The Philosophy of Disco Elysium ? I’d love to hear you delve into its many themes.

      MrAsan0MrAsan0Il y a 4 mois
  • Judgement or Judgment?

    SykosymatiKSykosymatiKIl y a jour
  • While your video is portrayed as a "neutral" view point, the subject matter, this production, is inherently self indulgent for the creators. A sort of catharsis, in the sense of a strong emotion, for the writers. They want to express the concept of timelessness as they feel it applies to racial acts of violence so that they can justify social criminalization of relatively modern white people. The original source material hardly touch the concept of race and rather played with concepts of perspective and the deficiencies of authoritarianism. In the source, the godlike figure is blinded by his power and is unable to see the natural kindness inherent in humanity. In essence, you are explaining the politics of the writers of the show without considering the core of philosophy. That is to discover truth rather then to explore world views as is commonly believed. This is all without diving into the view of the original creator's lack of actual philosophical realism, that is a search for an objective truth. May we not forget that Watchmen, as accidentally great as it is, was in itself a deconstruction of superhero concepts that lead to the decline of the platonic heroism in comics and directly contributed to both the decline of comics and the creation of the divisive "90's anti-hero" concept which at its core is just a desire to return to objective morality.

    Mr. CliffigriffMr. CliffigriffIl y a 18 jours
  • I didnt like the show at all

    A GuyA GuyIl y a 22 jours
  • While I know the 7K Rorschach masks call back to the original vigilante, I’ve always loved how obvious this show makes another significance of it: The Rorschach test is about interpretation, what you see and understand in this series of inkblots and how it might differ from what others see and understand. Most of the series we follow Angela who is living in this world where her race is a continual issue and battle she has to fight for - and then we finally meet the Senator, who looks at the same world and sees his own oppression. The same world but two completely different experiences and understandings of it.

    callistacallistaIl y a 23 jours
  • Judgment. C’mon guess, spellcheck is so easy.

    Kyle AmblerKyle AmblerIl y a mois
  • Enlightening on so many levels.

    JourneyJourneyIl y a mois
  • Jesus Jared. That was a goddam magnus opus. I'm on my 2nd viewing

    No NicknameNo NicknameIl y a mois
  • This show is as good as his hair is bad

    ManyFacedGodManyFacedGodIl y a mois
  • Senator keene should have been older Number 5. They have the same smug

    G ApacheG ApacheIl y a mois
  • HBO Watchmen is a masterpiece

    Metal blood lord 666 723Metal blood lord 666 723Il y a mois
  • Doomsday clock sucks

    Metal blood lord 666 723Metal blood lord 666 723Il y a mois
  • This series is so awesome and gripping.

    engladturengladturIl y a mois

    François ChartierFrançois ChartierIl y a mois
  • Who else thinks Petey was lube guy spying?

    Grant LauzonGrant LauzonIl y a mois
  • Like cops in America having immunity against the crimes they comment especially against black people

    Samkelo MSamkelo MIl y a mois
  • "A mask shields it's wearer from the judgement of others."

  • Thank you for your contribution.

  • The irony is that cops all wear masks now but for a very different reason. Despite the dark meaning of masks in Watchmen, it is still more prudent to wear masks during a pandemic!

    Aidan JowettAidan JowettIl y a 2 mois
  • Another instance of trauma was the Cv Vietnamese puppet master after Dr. Manhattan attacked the land after the civil war. We can’t also discount Trieu’s story Arc. Dr. Manhattan was Vietnam’s squid?

    Christopher BlakeChristopher BlakeIl y a 2 mois
  • Rorschach’s legacy is white supremacy? Really? What a hack job. It figures a bunch of woke writers deduce Rorschach’s sensibilities down to racism instead of one of conviction and adherence to justice and truth. Rorschach’s personality is abrasive but the only watchman with a sense of moral conviction in spite of his obvious sociopathic failings. It’s just so tiring that everything and everyone right wing in popular culture has to be portrayed as racist. Please.

    Purple DrogaanPurple DrogaanIl y a 2 mois
  • The philosophy of "In Time" with Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

    Hayan ImadiHayan ImadiIl y a 2 mois
  • Crazy how American gov’t “was” actively trying to oppress its own black citizens for centuries. And the fact that most people had to find out through TV that The Tulsa Massacre was real goes to show that when America writes her history it is only to cover up the DISGUSTING things she has done, which only adds to how misinformed racist people and those they oppress are. ITS MADDENING!

    Omnipotent LennyOmnipotent LennyIl y a 2 mois
  • Is the watchman hbo series worthy of the comics and a must see?

    Purple DrogaanPurple DrogaanIl y a 2 mois
  • Best video you’ve done

    WheatleyWheatleyIl y a 2 mois
  • “War is the continuation of a nation’s policy by any means.” ~Carl Von Clausewitz.

    Disregarding SanityDisregarding SanityIl y a 2 mois
  • The background music sounds like a rave or a porno. Distracting.

    Adam JAdam JIl y a 2 mois
  • Just shave it off.

    Ceci BCeci BIl y a 2 mois
  • It’s really sad how often we first learn about horrific historical events through fiction. I hadn’t heard of the Tulsa Race Massacre until Watchmen, either, and it reminded me a lot of Kurt Vonnegut’s coverage of the Bombing of Dresden in Slaughterhouse-Five. An entire city was wiped off the map by the US during WWII, killing more people than either Hiroshima or Nagasaki, and it took him writing a book about a *different* character who experiences time simultaneously to let people know about it. “So it goes.”

    Luke WilsonLuke WilsonIl y a 2 mois
  • Broooooo- ROMANI. it's not that difficult

    Abigail DeweeseAbigail DeweeseIl y a 2 mois
  • My jaw dropped when they revealed Hooded Justice. I fell in love with the series, from then on

    ECL28EECL28EIl y a 3 mois
  • When I saw the nazis drop the propaganda to the black soldiers and it was read aloud, I heard our president in 2016 saying "...*what do you have to lose?*...."

    javviehjavviehIl y a 3 mois
  • Who else cried from the "Hero story" for hooded justice?

    Zach ToyeZach ToyeIl y a 3 mois
  • ight Quarantine Jared i'm glad it was just your analysis that was ill

    • Patson •• Patson •Il y a 3 mois
  • This was a an amazing breakdown of HBO's Watchmen which is one of the best Mini series I have ever watched, Thank you Jared and the Wisecrack team!!

    Chris OdukweChris OdukweIl y a 3 mois
  • Check out BadEmpanadas video about this shows excellent neoliberal critque and how it was basically accidental arrival there based on its severely centrist writer. Not so much to pop pop on the writer but it’s just interesting.

    Roy MwaleRoy MwaleIl y a 3 mois
  • There is only one good video about Watchmen on the internet and it is this one:

    AviAviIl y a 3 mois
  • I'd like to have seen this be created only a few weeks ago, it's already pretty spicy, but would just feel more spicy

    ShaughnShaughnIl y a 3 mois
  • Do the philosophy of Da 5 Bloods

    Dominq BriceDominq BriceIl y a 3 mois
  • The symbol 👌 is a white supremacist dogwhistle

    Alejandro KaplanAlejandro KaplanIl y a 3 mois
  • really nice review for a shit show with clear political agenda.

    VeeusVeeusIl y a 3 mois
  • Great video HBO's Watchmen was such an amazing show.

    HorrorGeek9HorrorGeek9Il y a 3 mois
  • It's such a shame that right wing racists review-bombed this movie on IMDb and Rotten tomatoes. But, I'm not surprised.

    CyberSubculture VultureCyberSubculture VultureIl y a 3 mois
  • Fuck keeps

    AmandiAmandiIl y a 3 mois
  • Quite a few things within the show has actually happened in our world. If you don’t believe me look for Damon Lindelof’s instagram page. And by the way the Snider movie & TV Show BOTH took liberties with the source material. Don’t be a douchey purists.

    Infamous DominionInfamous DominionIl y a 3 mois
  • Why is Dr Manhattan black? He was white before the accident, right? So he's essentially wearing supernatural blackface. And people are cool with that?

    Mads AndreasenMads AndreasenIl y a 3 mois
  • I wish you guys would have mentioned the Tulsa Massacre was based on a true event. It is not common knowledge.

    Chante DanielleChante DanielleIl y a 3 mois
    • They did. Pay attention.

      oscar sanchezoscar sanchezIl y a 3 mois
  • lulz ! I thought the description was satirical ! this poor dude actually believes this piece of virtue signaling poop that for no reason what so ever is titled Watchmen is 'entertaining and dense' ... to save everyone 27 minutes and/or a whole season of utter crap "Who watches the HBO/Watchmen ?" - NO ONE !

    • This should be getting a What Went Wrong

      Alex KerrAlex KerrIl y a 2 mois
  • This whole analysis has some new significance now.

    ThePretentious GentlemanThePretentious GentlemanIl y a 3 mois
  • This show was released just a bit too early, police not held accountable to their actions and black men, women, and children being the victims of great injustice.

    Elwood ChambersElwood ChambersIl y a 3 mois
  • Who dropped the car from the sky, and why?

    Chrissy GibssyChrissy GibssyIl y a 3 mois
  • Anyone else thinks that Cyclops caused the Tulsa Massacre in-universe?

    James LawnerJames LawnerIl y a 3 mois
  • I wish this season was one of the last seasons of a long-running Watchmen show, and that the first several seasons depicted the original novel. This story is SO dense that a long show is the only way it could ever work on film.

    Ben CarlsonBen CarlsonIl y a 3 mois
  • Especially in these times how relevant this show is. Does life imitate art?

    Aryss PeraltaAryss PeraltaIl y a 3 mois
  • Too many adds

    Philippe LetendrePhilippe LetendreIl y a 3 mois
  • dont think she became god in the show but was always god before during and after

    Robin GlaserRobin GlaserIl y a 4 mois
  • Philosophy of Black Lightning (Netflix)?

    Questioning EspecialyQuestioning EspecialyIl y a 4 mois
  • White supremacists in law enforcement is not just a historical fact - it's ongoing.

    Matthew BMatthew BIl y a 4 mois
  • This series kinda gave me the shits... it was all a little on the nose to me and they really stuffed up the character of Dr Manhattan completely.

    sanzarsanzarIl y a 4 mois
  • I gotta say "This Extraordinary Being" was a very haunting episode. I don't know if I would willing choose to experience the blatant racism my ancestors experienced 60+ years ago. What I deal with today is already tough enough.

    LaNéeLaNéeIl y a 4 mois
  • Imagine if this came out now the views would blow up

    Dylan GarciaDylan GarciaIl y a 4 mois
  • The Parallels And Backstories Remind Me Of The Force Awakens. Looking Glass Is Rorschach. Judd Is The Comedian. Triue Is Obviously Ozymandius. I'd Say Nite Owl Is Sister Night (Being That She Keeps Saying She's Retired But Goes Out And Fights Crime In Secret "Technically" But She Shares A lot Of Parallels To Laurie. (Silk Spectre). And Hooded Justice Shared The Backstory To Hollis Mason (The Original Nite Owl) Which Is Why I Did Not Appreciate The Amount Of Deviation To The Original Story.

    H. HaussermannH. HaussermannIl y a 4 mois
  • I think it's kind of ironic many would deride this as somehow a desecration of the original source material and should state we should look to the movie as what "real" Watchmen is, when if anything, it's Snyder's adaptation of the novel that doesn't "get" what the creation was. Moore is an open leftist anarchist and he made the original comic as a satirical deconstruction of what the world would be like if we had modern superheroes. He threw shade on Randian ideology and used the story to state that IF heroes REALLY existed, then we would instead get a bunch of egotistical, destructive, and reckless people who show us that people really becoming superheroes in our world would suck and do more harm than good. IE look at Rorschach. He's supposed to be the Question, but in Moore's vision, he's an angry, sexually stunted, incel-type figure who gets sick pleasure from attacking people, and believes heavily in right-wing authoritarianism. When Snyder made the movie he actually GLORIFIED what the Moore was poking fun and criticizing to begin with. IE it seems Snyder either believes in Rand's objectivist teachings or, at the very least, invokes them in his works so the stuff Watchmen was criticizing was stuff he decided to put in a good light. So instead of a satirical deconstruction we get a glorification of what the original was trying to demonize to begin with. I don't know if others will discover that in the future, but saying the movie "gets" Watchmen while this more down to Earth show that tackles more with modern day politics couldn't be further from the truth. It's like how people trying to prove it was bad because it got "cancelled" when the fact is that the creators decided they just wanted one season and were ready to move on. Either saying that it got canned through ignorance or straight-up dishonesty.

    The Juicing of the CactusThe Juicing of the CactusIl y a 4 mois
    • Regarding the HBO show, I had already made up my mind after watching a few videos on FRworld. It seemed like The Last of Us 2: a dumpster fire where the criticism was constantly being deflected into a woke vs anti woke internet war. I’m very glad that I actually watched it anyway to make up my own mind about it.. it does an excellent job at preserving some critical themes from the original, but adapting it to tell a story about race. If only they didn’t get Dr Manhattan so horribly wrong in the show

      Rif RollRif RollIl y a 21 jour
    • The movie on its own isn’t too bad. Sure it misunderstands it’s source material at some points but considering how unfilmable the original story was, we should be glad that we got the movie at all. Besides, visually it acts as a good supplement to the comics by bringing certain scenes to life in spectacular fashion

      Rif RollRif RollIl y a 21 jour
    • The movie is almost a line-to-line reproduction of the graphic novel, a very faithful adaptation, so what you are describing isn't because of Snyder's presentation. The characters in the movie and book are the same. It is simply because Moore wrote a good antihero, maybe one that was too good for his own liking - to the point where he would go on to criticize his own readers for liking Rorschach despite his flaws. And how could people not? The things supposedly making him unlikable is dressing like a dirty hobo, being lonesome, looking down on other people because of his strict moral standards and being sadistically violent, but those things only make him unpleasant, in comparison to the objectively evil people he is getting rid of and his faithfulness to truth. I think that is the only reason Watchmen is such a good read, the opposition between genocidal Ozymandias acting like a self-appointed messiah in comparison to the angry maniac Rorschach who, despite not measuring up to any image of an ideal and balanced "good person" is actually doing the right thing. Had he written it as a black-and-white, good vs. evil type story, it would have been total trash, so perhaps he accidentally wrote something a lot more thoughtful than his personal political ideology.

      purjoporepurjoporeIl y a 2 mois
    • Absolutely fantastic. Thank you for putting this into words.

      Kaleb SasserKaleb SasserIl y a 2 mois
    • This cannot be said enough.

      Capstain259Capstain259Il y a 4 mois
  • I always wondered why Judd was the only person who didn’t wear a mask on the police force. Now I know it’s because he was in cahoots with the 7th cal & didn’t need to worry about getting attacked but most likely “masked” this to the police force & community as a feat of heroism, bravery, and principle of not letting them scare him into hiding. This adds to the disgusting nature of his character.

    Aaron SotoAaron SotoIl y a 4 mois
  • The show was getting everyone ready for the future go figure.

    Briggs A.G.EBriggs A.G.EIl y a 4 mois
  • The splash of blood on Judd's badge is in exactly the same position as the splash of blood on Comedian's smiley face badge.

    juanita darkjuanita darkIl y a 4 mois
  • hindsight 2020...

    Gabriela ASMRGabriela ASMRIl y a 4 mois
  • damn is it just me or is this show pretty fuckin on the nose?

    zaac smitzzaac smitzIl y a 4 mois
  • Ooh I'm only 9 minutes in but this is really relevant :/

    BaldingClamydiaBaldingClamydiaIl y a 4 mois
  • Ok, PLEASE do the philosophy of Hereditary (Ari Aster film). That’d be fire

    AZURE PAZURE PIl y a 4 mois
  • Who'd of thought this would become relevant only 9 months later.

    Daniel EmmonsDaniel EmmonsIl y a 4 mois
  • funny, because they already blackwashed Dr. Manhattan, Roland Deschain, and Nazi Officer during WWII AND whitewashed and vaginized the Ancient One

    Doomer DoomerDoomer DoomerIl y a 4 mois
  • you know in hindsight, this was a bit on the nose.

    TaipolarTaipolarIl y a 4 mois
  • "Our patience has its limits.." - A Very Wise Man

    No AkompliceNo AkompliceIl y a 4 mois
  • DC Watchmen Sequel: Rorschach’s mask is now worn by a black man. HBO Watchmen Sequel: Rorschach’s mask is now worn by Nazis. It just feels like they’re doing my favorite character from the comic dirty... I haven’t watched the HBO show, and I’m hesitant to, if they take the complex, uncompromising, black-and-White Objectivist morality of Rorschach (which is fascinating to approach philosophically in the comic) and reduce it to “Rorschach was white and right wing so therefore he’s a Nazi now.” Or is it more complex than that? I’m a big fan of the original, and this seems interesting, but personally I’m just tired of media where the whole point is “white man bad.” Is that the case with the HBO show, or is there more nuance than one video essay can portray?

    Seán Patrick EckmannSeán Patrick EckmannIl y a 4 mois
    • @Seán Patrick Eckmann I can't guarantee you'll like it but I think it's worth giving a shot. If nothing else it's miles better than Doomsday Clock. I will warn that Dr. Manhattan is done kind of dirty, and as a result the series' ending isn't as good as the rest of it. But it's a mixed bag with high enough highs that I think it's if not a worthy follow up to the original than at least a worthwhile one.

      Capstain259Capstain259Il y a 3 mois
    • @Capstain259 Thank you! That definitely sounds more in the spirit of the comic, I'll check it out.

      Seán Patrick EckmannSeán Patrick EckmannIl y a 3 mois
    • Here's the thing; the seventh cavalry does not represent Rorschach. It's made pretty explicit in the show that they are just a white supremacist group that use his look and quote his journal because they think it's cool, and because they want to exploit his knowledge for their own desires. Rorschach is actually represented through the character Looking Glass, who is sort of an equal and opposite to Rorschach. He is just as uncompromising in his morality, but instead of Rorschach's staunch black and white beliefs Looking Glass seeks out objective truth in all situations (hence wearing a mirror on his face instead of an ink blot). Without spoiling anything Looking Glass is the one who actually continues Rorschach's legacy and seeks out what he would have wanted, while the Seventh Cavalry pervert his mission for their own gain. Don't know if that sounds interesting to you but there it is.

      Capstain259Capstain259Il y a 4 mois
  • Hey guys, you should do a video on Years and Years on HBO.

    Jose Lozano Jr.Jose Lozano Jr.Il y a 4 mois
  • Watching this during the George Floyd protests. ✊🏽

    oscar alejandreoscar alejandreIl y a 4 mois
  • Damn. This one hits harder in context to the current moment!😮

    Vince GarrettVince GarrettIl y a 4 mois
  • revisiting this video at 12/06/2020, surprisingly more relevant than ever

    forsakedsorrowforsakedsorrowIl y a 4 mois
  • We are the parallel universe of the Watchmen series.

    KenudiceKenudiceIl y a 4 mois
  • This show and The Joker have basically become AD campaigns for ANTIFA and #BlackLivesMatter.

    AndrewAndrewIl y a 4 mois
  • I feel like most of the protesters out there right now probably watched this. It's incredibly relevant now in a scary way, same with Joker.

    AndrewAndrewIl y a 4 mois
    • 🙄

      DabbleDabbleIl y a 3 mois
  • It was not deep, it was bad..... And got cancelled

    Robert HallRobert HallIl y a 4 mois
    • This thing should've gotten a What Went Wrong

      Alex KerrAlex KerrIl y a 4 mois
  • More than to have experience time, but also experience control. She as a black woman has either been a puppet or a tool of someone else. She has never experienced control over much of anything. Also the EGGS

    Josiah McCruistonJosiah McCruistonIl y a 4 mois
  • I love this show so much, it's as brilliant as the original comic while building on its world in new and interesting ways. Which feels blasphemous to Alan Moore, but alas

    Bri KoalaBri KoalaIl y a 4 mois
    • @Bri Koala The rights of Watchmen is even worse than typical comic book rights. Moore's contract had a clause that the rights of Watchmen would revert back to him when it went out of print (it was originally believe printing of the comic would be limited). However, DC intentionally made it never go out of print, effectively holding the rights hostage.

      Brendan MilburnBrendan MilburnIl y a 4 mois
    • @Brendan Milburn I can't say that I've read it but I've heard nothing but bad things. Can't blame Moore for being as pissed off as he is, the copyright system for comics is fucking abysmal

      Bri KoalaBri KoalaIl y a 4 mois
    • It's definitely a far superior sequel to the comic than fucking Doomsday Clock.

      Brendan MilburnBrendan MilburnIl y a 4 mois
  • Yeah but it's still a boring show riding on the coat tales of the Watchmen name. When you have to rewrite someone else's characters and change their ethnicity to make your point, you may as well just have made your own intellectual property or it comes across like you didn't have enough to stand on your own without making what is essentially big-budget fan fiction.

    Tal KligerTal KligerIl y a 4 mois
  • 10:38 This is relevant right now cuz’ as of June 6, 2020, cops are literally ordered and directed to hide their badge no.s and never reveal their names.

    GenoveusGenoveusIl y a 4 mois
    • Not true.

      Human BeingHuman BeingIl y a 4 mois
  • Nothing in this show is a coincidence...except for our current reality.

    Nathan MiddletonNathan MiddletonIl y a 4 mois
  • i understand now

    lights outlights outIl y a 4 mois
  • It's wild watching this during the riots in the US

    Christopher WaltersChristopher WaltersIl y a 4 mois
    • They're peaceful protests. It's the cops getting violent.

      Ha TruongHa TruongIl y a 3 mois
  • The series that predict 2020

    Carlos SoundtrackCarlos SoundtrackIl y a 4 mois
    • "Cops and masks- the year"

      Yggdrasil YnternationalYggdrasil YnternationalIl y a 2 mois
  • Holocoust was directly caused by growing distrust toroward jewish people, caused by agressive market strategies and aquiring buisnesses. Even in most tolerable countries, there were occasional riots against local jewish population. Nazi Germany at the time, was at all time economical crisis, their population far surpassed their ability to produce food and resources, so they used the largest "impure" ethnicities as a recource. Exploiting them as free workforce, and after their death using their remains as a lump of chemichal potential in their experiments and eventually factories, that turned any part of human body into a useble product, be it soap, fertilizer or furniture.

    Sebastian ZellahSebastian ZellahIl y a 4 mois
  • Watching this now hits particularly

    Jeph WilliJeph WilliIl y a 4 mois
    • Right? Its so crazy

      Jéremie VillegasJéremie VillegasIl y a 4 mois
  • good god this show looks horrible just based on the scenes in the first 5min of this video... almost to the point i honestly don't care bout any spoilers because i'll never watch it ... mainly because HBO refuses to let their shows stream on NF and secondly, the movie is pure genius.

    drewski westdrewski westIl y a 4 mois
  • HOLY FUCKING SHIT THE MASSACRE WAS REAL!!!!!!?!??!??!?!??!?!??!???!?!?!!!!?!?!

    James MartinezJames MartinezIl y a 4 mois
    • @chandrashekar D. yesterday . . . 99th anni . . . "before". time at times is a little too cyclical for me. reminds me of Terence Mckenna and the timewave

      Jazz HynkelJazz HynkelIl y a 4 mois
    • @chandrashekar D. I had a legit breakdown learning what the actual fuck..(nice profile pic btw)

      James MartinezJames MartinezIl y a 4 mois
    • James Martinez yes. Yesterday was the 99th year anniversary of Tulsa massacre. Also know as black Wall Street. It’s insane that this isn’t thought in schools.

      chandrashekar D.chandrashekar D.Il y a 4 mois
  • Yeah this is b.s. ok no one can just inherit it ok

    Guillermo AvilaGuillermo AvilaIl y a 4 mois
  • You guys need to do multiple videos about the show devs!

    Daniel HanceDaniel HanceIl y a 4 mois
  • This Extraordinary Being had to be one of the best episodes of television I've had the pleasure to watch.

    R MR MIl y a 4 mois
    • Too bad the show starts to dip in quality right after that episode

      Rif RollRif RollIl y a 21 jour
  • As great as this analysis is, the show altogether seems bad. The main problem i have is how they quickly they wrote off the problems of gun control and reparations. Like, okay, just let the bad guy be the only one with that position. The writers were smart up until that point. And seriously, the race-based trauma of the present is nothing compared to the past. Lastly, I would've loved to empathize with the old man when he gave his speech in the theater, but after the onslaught of race-baiting i was so numb i just couldn't. The show kept treating Lady Night like her pain was equal to HJ's, but it wasn't. Not even close. Also, she's crazy.

    J LupusJ LupusIl y a 4 mois
  • Jeremy Irons look PERFECT as Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias

    badgermanbadgermanIl y a 5 mois
    • @javvieh you haven't been impressed by Jeremy irons in the past?? You do know he was the voice of Scar in the original Lion King.. Right?

      THE ZOID. with FreakyTHE ZOID. with FreakyIl y a 2 mois
    • javvieh I’m just saying is that he looks good in the role

      badgermanbadgermanIl y a 3 mois
    • I haven't been impressed with Irons in anything I've seen him in before but he is CRUSHING IT as Veidt!

      javviehjavviehIl y a 3 mois