Now this is the panic I was looking for earlier on in the season. In, probably, the second episode even. As soon as the dome came down, everyone in Chester's Mill was way too calm; with most everyone expecting, inexplicably, the dome to be more
What a surprisingly apt title for Under the Dome this week. “The Endless Thirst” could well describe CBS’s approach to programming, at least as regards this show. What began as a miniseries has turned — than more
At last, things get dark under the dome. Everything that came before — Angie getting chained up in a bomb shelter, Reverend Methsnivel’s brain leaking out onto the dome, a cow being gorily bisected — pales in comparison to th more
It took almost a week, but the concern over food, water, and supplies finally became an issue for the residents of Chester's Mill.
One of the biggest annoyances with the series so far has been the overwhelming level of calm throughout the town. E more
I think I've pretty much lost patience with Under the Dome . This week's episode, in which the people of Chester's Mill finally graduate from static grumpiness to an all-out riot, once again establishes a major threat and improbably wipes it o more
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Even after being hit by a missile, the dome is still up. The people of Chester's Mill, however, are increasingly down. Read More...