That was an interesting episode, to say the least.
A VERY INTENSE episode, with the granny shagger and the forced wiener sucking. Vic finds out that the money is marked, and that Shane and Tevan went at it.
It will be interesting to see when Vic discovers the camera phone and its contents (and you KNOW he'll find the pictures one of these days). It left me feeling more "unclean" than most other episodes of the show, and next week's episode looks very good.
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This was the hardest episode for me to sit through yet, not because it was bad, but because it was just so intense and disturbing. Now I've been able to sympathize with Aceveda before, but never more than I do now. I was ready to puke along with him at the end there.
I can't remember the last time I've been so affected by something I saw on TV. Props to this show, and to FX for continuing to push the envelope, AND still make a great show (sometimes those two don't go together).
That was way to intense and pushed the envelope way too far. I felt i was watching OZ for a second there not The Shield. Why they feel the need to add in sex every week is one of the only things I don't like about the show. I hope they don't just kill off Tevon as I was really digging his character. I cant give this episode props just because it went way too far.
Damn ... I was expect Acevada to get whacked ... I didn't see the pole polish at all ... what's bad is the "slurping" noises that were being made during the whole thing. I, too, wanted to vomit along with him ... but nonetheless, a stellar show as always.
That episode totally kicked ass. It was very disturbing. During the last scene, where Acevada was wretching over the bowl, all I could think was "Man, that's not going to go away." I felt so bad for him. Kudos to Benito Martinez for going along with that, I'm sure it wasn't easy. This show continues to push the envelope, but in doing so it tells a story instead of going for blatant shock value. Plus, it was a good way to present rape in a way that men may actually think about it. Great episode.
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