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  • #51
    Ah, and let's not forget Irena Galati. So utterly helpless we have a scene in the episode dedicated to her getting raped.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by Saber Dog View Post

      Also, let's not forget Kyra. When he challenges her with the pipe she did well against Duncan and in the end made short work of a male immortal.
      Except that Kyra was part of the season 6 sudden plethora of female Immortals, mostly clumsily written in an attempt to make a spinoff without Amanda.

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      • #53
        To me, (other than the continuity errors with the original movie), it was it's tendency to kill off good characters in horrible ways:
        -James Horton was killed multiple times before they finally settled on a definitive death.
        -Charlie De Salvo got a good send off in season 3, just to come back and be killed for no good reason in season 4.

        AND of course.

        -Richie, he got the worst death of all. He just stands there like an idiot while Duncan chops his head of (even though he had already fought Duncan in the previous season), then again, that whole story-line was terrible.

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        • #54
          Originally posted by somecallmejames View Post
          To me, (other than the continuity errors with the original movie), it was it's tendency to kill off good characters in horrible ways:
          -James Horton was killed multiple times before they finally settled on a definitive death.
          -Charlie De Salvo got a good send off in season 3, just to come back and be killed for no good reason in season 4.

          AND of course.

          -Richie, he got the worst death of all. He just stands there like an idiot while Duncan chops his head of (even though he had already fought Duncan in the previous season), then again, that whole story-line was terrible.
          Knowing that Season 6 was basically the season of test screenings for potential female leads of a new series, I kind of wonder if Season 5 was the intended end of the series. Like how Babylon 5 wrapped up all of its story lines in season four because J. Michael Strasinsky didn't think there was going to be a season 5.

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