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I May Destroy You
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I loved Season 1. Season 2 was so/so. But season 3 is simply terrible. If I wanted to watch David Lynch, I'd watch David Lynch. This is a cheap knockoff. And a complete departure for the characters, who all just seem like idiots on this "trip"
I love this show. But this season was too crazy. I hope season 4 is like season 1. They should fire all the scrip writers and start fresh
Season 3 was a drag to get through and wildly inconsistent.
Absolutely exceptional, a sort of Twin Peaks without its shortcomings.
Totally ridiculous ! Season 1 and 2 were very good....season 3 is shit.
By seeing 1st part I became a big fan of Goliath. With much eager I started watching this season 2. But my surprise I totally wasted my valuable time by seeing this shit. After 2 episodes the plot was completely left. Don't dare to watch this season and waste your time. Rather I should have watched Bosch all seasons once again. My favorite of all shows.
terrible waste of my time
An overall interesting story told in a very odd way. Tried to be too artsy and weird.
Almost unwatchable. What were they thinking when they put this mess together? The hallucinations dragged down the show into straight weirdness (although, the first one with Dennis Quaid's character singing was visually arresting) and added nothing to the storyline. William Hurt's character could have been a Marvel villain for the lack of realism. Billy discovers a murdered, de-thumbed body, and he never bothers to report it? He just ignores it? Another character is almost murdered and put into the hospital, and there are no consequences?
And then there are the racial overtones, from stupid racist jokes (a white character greeting a Native American with "HOW . . . do you do?" to the Stepin Fetchit black brothers ruled over by their white mother.
The entire storyline was one improbable event after another, and let's not even discuss the so-called courtroom scenes. Add huge plot-holes, and I get the feeling that what might have been a coherent story took a big hit in the editing room.
Overall, bad, bad, bad.
I can't believe that they could make a worse season that season 2, but here we are. This show went from amazing courtroom drama and nuanced characters to psychedelic acid trips with bad special effects. BBT does what he can with what he's given, but the script was terrible. I love Dennis Quaid, but his character is ridiculous. He's over the top weird, and what's up with his half-ass love affair with his sister? Just dumb. Really bad. Whoever wrote this episode has been taking too much acid and watching too much Pornhub. Entire conversations made no sense and lacked any motivation. The entire last episode was just terrible exposition. I wish there was hope that the show would return to the winning formula from season 1, but I highly doubt that will happen. I'm moving on.