The first part of this literally had me crying and shaking. I dismissed all the stuff that happened to me as a kid as maybe I was just very mentally ill back then, but after seeing that other people have had the EXACT, IN DETAIL, experience I had I know know I was right and that those things did happen to me. Now I'm just stuck wondering what they wanted from me.
I have to say, at this point in time it seems they have totally destroyed the character of Manchester Black. Right now, the only thing they have right is that he is an Englishman. Hopefully that will change in the future, he is a very interesting character in the comics and the movie Superman and the Elite.
omfg....what the eff is wrong with people?! What has to happen to a man for him to WANT to have his dick cut off?! But then to go even further in to the sickness of mutilation and mental illness by wanting to EAT IT!??!?!?!? WHAT....THE...FFFFFUUUUUUU.............. I'm in shock! I love how much more direct this show is this season, but this one episode....Wow. I bet there's people like that out there! Can you imagine?! Getting married to and building a life with a man who wants to cut his own dick off and eat it!?!? And really? Cannibalism with consent isn't illegal?! "That CAN'T be real," I thought, so I looked it up. According the Cornell Law's website, it IS in fact legal to consume the flesh of another person, provided it is with consent and that the other person does not dies as a result. WHAT WORLD ARE WE FREAKING LIVING IN?!?!?!? Am I in Hell and just don't know it?!? I'm on, like, full scale panic now! What if my neighbor wants to eat me? What if I go to the grocery store and get kidnapped, held hostage, tortured in to giving consent and then some f*cked up freakshow decides to keep me for weeks or even MONTHS, slowly slicing off and eating pieces of me sauteed in a nice garlic, butter, and white wine reduction?!?!? Or in a souffle?! Or a stew! Or Leg-of-ME, barbecued! Omg...I'm just picturing all the ways I could be cooked. Wtf. I'm never sleeping or leaving my house again. *double checks every single lock on every door and window in my whole house and dumps the whole seasoning rack* lol jk
I dunno who keeps low-rating this show, but you obviously haven't watched it. This show is WAY better than the extremely poor ratings you are giving it. I think maybe you haven't read enough about the show prior to watching it. Look the show up and read what it is about and not in the super short description given here; I mean an actual news article about the show. Read that before watching and rating, otherwise your rating is ill-informed.
This was THE best Sci-fi series to come out since Stargate! I'm having chest pains with anxiety bc of how the season ended and how breathless I am for next season to hurry up and drop! lol! Omg, if ya'll haven't watched ORIGIN then you are hardcore missing out!
I usually look for HaiShi5ei's 720p (or 1080p) Openload link first. The source is USUALLY good, though the link is often slow. But robots don't read posts, and that's why (like Titans 106) Origin 109 STILL has the same bad source linked over and over by the 'bots. Thanks to @PonderThis for http://srstop.online/index.php, where I found a good link for an Openload 720p.
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The Pretender is an American television series that aired on NBC from 1996 to 2000. The series starred Michael T. Weiss as Jarod, a genius and former child prodigy with the ability to become anyone he wants to be, i.e., to flawlessly impersonate anyone in virtually any line of work. Patrick Bauchau and Andrea Parker co-starred as Sydney, Jarod's childhood teacher and mentor, and Miss Parker, a childhood friend. They are both operatives for a mysterious organization called "The Centre", which took Jarod from his parents as a child and developed his special talents with the intention of making him one of their agents, while also using his brilliant intellect for their own evil purposes. After escaping from their custody, Jarod begins traveling the country, searching for clues to his true identity while posing as a doctor, police officer, attorney, or some other character who helps those in trouble. The Centre's directors are determined to return Jarod to The Centre to further their mysterious plan. A team of operatives, led by Miss Parker, attempts to find and capture The Pretender. Jarod's extreme intelligence combined with his childlike innocence create a memorable and endearing character that was popular with viewers.