[S2E1] Free At Last
Our friends arrive at the protest, and there are signs for everything from tax equality to legalization of all drugs. Some cute ladies say hi to Keef, but they use a little hand motion meant to emulate his flick of water at the cop last season.
Brien Allen is the last of the original crazy people who responded to this nutjob on Facebook wanting to start an online blog prior to Twin Peaks S3. Some of his other favorite shows have been Vr.5, Buffy, Lost, Stargate: Universe, The OA, and Counterpart. He's an OG BBSer, Trekkie, Blue Blaze Irregular, and former semi-professional improviser. He is also a staunch defender of putting two spaces after a period, but has been told to shut up and color.
At the centre of the miasma and the fire, the Shelby Family sit all-powerful, like Brummie Corleones. Powerful, but not unchallenged from within or without. A surprising and explosive opening scene shows that enemies are literally on the doorstep, and the Irish still have unfinished business with Tommy after he screwed them over last year.
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