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Did you quit watching True Detective Season 2 because of how bleak and slow-paced it was?
Did you never really watch but hate not having any idea what your coworkers were complaining about around the water cooler?
Whatever reason you didn't tune in to the show or 90-minute finale, we have a quick guide that will allow you to get all the memes, all the angst, and none of the confusion!
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It keeps getting better and better!
The Harry Potter spin-off flick, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is really ramping up!
Not only have great stars like Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Ezra Miller, Dan Fogler, and Alison Sudol all already signed onto the Warner Bros. flick, but now we've got a new star in the mix!
The last time True Detective season 2 killed off one of its main characters, it turned out to be a smokescreen — more of a TV cliffhanger than the type on HBO.
But on Sunday night's penultimate episode, someone finally met their ultimate end.
After last week's deadly sex party (you don't get to say that on every recap), the team is running their renegade murder investigation out of a seedy motel.
Say what you want about this season, but it doesn't get much more pulpy than that.
Unfortunately, it's not just
Holy crap, True Detective!
OK, for everyone saying that nothing happens in Season 2, obviously that's all changed now.
The decision to spend almost the entire first episode on character backstory was not a very popular one, but we're guessing bringing things to a head this early isn't exactly what fans had in mind!
The second ep was all about the early legwork of the murder investigation by detectives Rachel McAdams, Colin Farrell, and Taylor Kitsch and crook Vince Vaughn, who has a financial interest in solving the case.
It all seems very first-ten-minutes-of-Law & Order until things go True Detective Season 1-style crazy!