Under the Dome 3×13 ‘The Enemy Within’: A cliffhanger? REALLY?

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As if this show couldn’t tick me off enough! Although I have to say that the Dome coming down was one of the most satisfying things I have ever seen. I also think I might just be claustrophobic, and the only reason I ever watched this show was to see that thing go down. Actually, I’m lying, I did enjoy this last episode immensely, I just didn’t expect the end to be so dissatisfying. I should honestly know better by now.

Joe’s alive so there’s that, but he’s also trapped with the other Kinship drones, which is more than a little unfair. Literally none of those people asked to A) be trapped under a Dome and B) get infected by aliens and turn into a cult. Then again, the citizens of Chester’s Mill have been widely dispensable since season one and I’m shocked that there were actual survivors when the Dome did come down.

But we did know one person who was definitely going to survive:

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This just proves that you can’t kill crazy.

The show did one thing right in making him a more sympathetic character this season, so instead of being disgusted that he figured out a way to get all the power and the glory once he left Chester’s Mill, we just think that he’s a precocious scamp.

Also, we’re really sad that he had to kill his son while crying.

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This broke me.

Also, jarbie and a slight Jorrie made it out at the end of this, and the former is going to get married, and I’m just so happy that their relationship survived, and Hunter and that other chick whose name I already forgot are together too, and everyone lived happily ever after.

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I mean EVERYONE. I liked the twist even though I figured that she couldn’t be dead because as Jim said “If you don’t have a body, they ain’t dead.” It’s like he knows what I’m thinking and it terrifies me.

All in all, I’m really going to miss this show. For how out-there, annoying, and crazy it became it had one hell of cast of odd characters, and I’m going to miss every single one of them, even poor, murderous Sam.

What upsets me is that the show had more hope for a good season outside the Dome, and with all the loose ends left behind with those last five minutes, there’s still potential for something pretty good to come out of it. Right Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu? *nudge* *nudge* *wink* *wink*

Then again, maybe we should just leave this show on a high note because lord only knows it’ll find a way to crash downhill with a vengeance.

At least the dog made it out of this entire mess unscathed, and for that we can be thankful.

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Indy for president 2020.

Marnie Azzarelli

Marnie Azzarelli

is your average everyday horror writer and TV watcher, who finds herself connecting on a deep level with mythical monsters, and serial killers. She lives in a fantasy world that Joss Whedon created where she goes through a minimum of four character arcs per season, and Spike and Leo Fitz fight for her hand in marriage. When not glued to her TV or laptop, she talks to her cats about life, and writes characters that (she hopes) are crazier than herself. Check out her writing blog in the hopes that she’ll post more than once a week.

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