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"You can’t take a picture of this. It’s already gone."

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I’ve just finished Six Feet Under. I’ve repeated the last scene three times and now I’m sat alone in the dark contemplating how I ever went this long without seeing such a perfect show. I don’t really know how to put it into words, but the ending was so right.

"You can’t take a picture of this. It’s already gone."

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I’ve just finished Six Feet Under. I’ve repeated the last scene three times and now I’m sat alone in the dark contemplating how I ever went this long without seeing such a perfect show. I don’t really know how to put it into words, but the ending was so right.

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Goodbye Erica.

Every once in a while you read, watch or hear something that really makes you think. Being Erica did this for me. It always makes me think about my life and my choices, and how much there is for me in the world.

I’ve only just had a chance to watch the final episode, and it was perfect.

To be honest I can’t imagine a better ending to a TV series, and even though it was only four short seasons long, it was the right time to finish.

I feel privilaged to have been able to be a part of this. And also, because I don’t know anyone who watched it, it feels a bit like it’s just mine, and I like that.

I’m glad Ethan and Kai weren’t included in the last episode. As much as I love their charactors, they’ve both moved on now - Kai is back in 2019 finally. He needed to move on and I think he will now.

Also the final narrative was a perfect way to end the show;

"Everything that has a beginning has an ending, just as every ending creates space for something new to begin.

The wonder of a second chance, the miracle of new life, the joy of a new love. Today is the end of one chapter, and the beginning of the rest of my life.”

Loved it.

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Insecurity. It’s in all of us. That voice inside that tells us that we can’t do something, that we’re not good enough, that we shoudn’t even try. And when we listen to the voice we hold ourselves back in ways we don’t even realise. All because we’re scared to take a chance, to face our fears, to see what we’re really capable of.
Being Erica, Osso Barko

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If Being Erica season 4 isn’t aired in the UK at the same time as it is in Cananda I’m going to go MENTAL. Seriously. I’ve never craved the next season of a show so much before. It’s addictive.
If anyone reading this has never seen it, Being Erica is one of the most brilliant and original TV shows created. It gives a new spin to the idea of time travel. It has a way of making you fall so in love with the protagonist, Erica, that you feel like you are really going through what she is with her. Watch the show, you’ll be addicted.
The waiting game for season 4 isn’t fun. Lets just get it on already <3

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The Gilmore Girls

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For the past year I’ve been somewhat obsessed with the Gilmore Girls, and today I watched the final three episodes of the series. After all seven seasons I can finally conclude that it feels like I’ve been a part of something really quite special.
This story of a mother-daughter relationship is a thing of beauty. It feels real throughout every conversation, every fight and every emotion, it is a relationship unparalleled by any other show I can think of and it has such a sarcastic, witty humour which many shows strive for but fail to attain.

Throughout the series we watch as Rory and Lorelai grow both together and individually. We watch as Rory has her first day at Chilton school, we see her first kiss with Dean, who was her first boyfriend, and we watch as her relationship with him falls apart over another boy. We watch her grow up from a young bookish teenager to a grown woman graduating from Yale University and starting her career. We were there through the highs and lows of Rory’s young-adult life, and by the end of the series no one can help but love who she becomes.
We also watch Lorelai single-handedly raise Rory. We watch her get in and out of relationships while trying to keep Rory from getting attached to any of her partners, and we watch as she tries to burry any feelings she has for both Luke and for Christopher. We see Lorelai get hurt too many times, but she finally finds happiness with Luke; the perfect man with everything she needs.

Not only is the relationship between Lorelai and Rory fundamental to the show, but their small town and all its residents are brilliant links between storylines and different relationships. Regulars like Taylor, the town elect-man who controls all the local events both large and small, bring light humour to the show, and characters such as Lane represent the best friend and the rebel within all of us.

I think this show will always be special. All seven seasons build on such brilliant character and plot development, and although the show may be slow paced at times, it is a beautiful reflection of real life.

The very last scene was the perfect ending for the Gilmore Girls. It was as if for that short moment, nothing had changed in the seven years of the Gilmores’ lives which we had been privileged enough to witness.
Lorelai and Rory are sat in Luke’s Diner teasing Luke, the old dynamic back for one last scene, one last moment before their lives change forever. Their voices fade out as the ending theme tune starts to play and the camera tracks backwards away from Luke’s Diner, the scene fades to black and we’re left watching the credits roll up one final time.

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