UNDER THE DOME Recap: “Blue On Blue”

When Lost began, viewers were drawn in because of the strongly written characters and the mysteries of the situation and locale. As the show progressed, most viewers began to splinter — some who were tired of the melodrama latched on to the island and its mythology, while others ignored the mythology and stayed invested in the relationships among the remaining characters (and we know who won out in the end). Still, there was always something to hold on to. The point is, Under the Dome should also have both of these elements, but it possesses neither. Because the residents don’t seem to know or care much about this dome, neither do we. As a matter of fact, the residents aren’t all that interesting themselves. Lost was a supernova. Under the Dome is a vacuum. Hit the jump for why "maybe this is how I deserve to go. More friendly fire." READ MORE...


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