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Noah Hawley's LEGION on FX
For the record, I think Farouk is still behind it all. I sympathize with David in that part of his mind feels like he's been forced into his actions against his will, but I recognize that he will turn out to be the villain in the end.

I also have a huge problem with Syd the Rapist going all nuclear on David the Rapist.

I hate that most of the ancillary characters got marginalized as this season went on. I miss Ptonomy. I miss Cary/Kerry and I really, really missed Melanie. She may have had the worst of it all this season.

I still watched the entire season and was engaged, much more than a few other shows I tried to watch this season, and I am looking forward to season 3.
I can't stand to see myself go through the motions, that bring me back into these same old sad emotions.
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So I finally finished it and I have to say the David is the real villain storyline is a cool move and has incredible potential if it wasn't handled so damn poorly.
“I call upon you to stop this musical now,” she said to the board. “You tear a community apart if you don’t.” -Prachi Ruina                                                            
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(06-19-2018, 11:24 AM)tcjsavannah Wrote: For the record, I think Farouk is still behind it all.

I think Farouk is behind it all in the sense that David's insanity is a direct result of 30+ years of psychic abuse by Farouk. (This is what the Hamm narrated lessons are illustrating). But David's actions are all his own. Especially in the finale.
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It doesn't matter David is the villain now it just feels unearned somehow.
“I call upon you to stop this musical now,” she said to the board. “You tear a community apart if you don’t.” -Prachi Ruina                                                            
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