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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Critias, Mar 16, 2010.
What's everyone think? I'm diggin' it!
As a former lexington ky resident. Love it so far. Roads and landmarks pretty spot on so far.
<--- Forgot to watch.
I taped it, gonna watch it later.
I can't wait.
They're playing the premier again right now (back to back). Run, man! Run!
I think it has potential.
****!!! Thanks for posting, I forgot it was on tonight.....Thanks to Time Warner and the 'Start Over' button, I am now watching!
Damn, that brings back memories! Rewindin the tape to the right part, then having to leave the TV on when you left, after getting the freakin timer on the VCR set up right...
I thought it was great. Good writing for a cable drama. Well acted, with great dark humor. (Loved the Lysol cleaner part ) As a lifelong resident of central Appalachia, it's nice to see a TV show that represents mountain folk as having brains. The writers created characters that might do things a little different, but not for lack of intelligence. Except for the white supremacist idiots, who are the comic relief. They make me think of a racist version of the guys from My Name Is Earl.
Agree also about the setting and landmarks. The landscapes are just like driving through the parts of KY and VA that are near or are in Harlan. Very well done.
They were? It wasn't filmed in Kentucky and the biggest irritation that kept it from being really great for me and my wife was that the "Kentucky" - both people and places - was kind of fake.
I forgot all about it!
I liked it. It's simple - there's the good guys, bad guys, and lots of guns. Sounds like a good formula to me.
I watched it, and though it was good. Like someone mentioned above, it's got potential.
However, I was bummed that it looked like his side arm was a 1911, not a G17 like in the trailer. Anyone else get a good look at what he's carrying?
'He said he had a sig 226 when he shot the guy at the opening. I didn't look real hard at his sidearm though.
I like it so far.
Gator Poacher Mullet Guy as Rayland Is Staring Down a Shotgun: "I don't understand you!"
Just plain thought that was a great line. Truer words have seldom been spoken.
liking it a lot so far
He looked to be carrying a 1911 once he got to KY, but something polymer in the showdown scene at the open, which he later named as a Sig 226. Thought the 1911 he had later looked like a Springfield, but I didn't pay a whole lot of attention and only noticed it holstered, so my impression is based on the color of the grips more than anything. I could be way off on the 1911 part.