#2129 – New show

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9 thoughts on “#2129 – New show”

  1. It’s both funny and sad because it’s so very true. Spoilers in the title itself is sometimes unavoidable as you want to bring in the audience to read your articles but if you can work around it I try to.

  2. Cather Steincamp says:

    This is why I go straight to imdb.

  3. Randy Goldberg says:

    This is why you use IMDB, not Google…

  4. Mik says:

    Every fucking time!!! My wife and I take turns in who might get stuff spoiled when we watch a series. If either of us has had it spoiled already, it’s our job to look things up. The worst is when one character is actually someone else and IMDB just drops it in there. Followed swiftly by subtitles that give away who a mysterious voice is (the second worst sin of subtitling; the first is writing “speaks foreign language” and displaying it over the actual hard coded translation of what is being said in that language).

    I managed to avoid Infinity War spoilers right up until the day before it released for home viewing. On that day, a random gaming channel just happened to mention what happens to Spidey for no reason whatsoever and completely unrelated to what they were talking about.

  5. Mr. Casual says:

    This is why you use IMDB. Easy to look up just the credits.

    1. Justin says:

      Yeah…I tried that when I wanted to know who played Ash Tyler on discovery.
      Turns out, just knowing who they play on the show can contain spoilers…
      Also how many episodes they’re in. If it says “5 episodes” and you’re on their 5th, then you know something’s going to happen.

  6. Tam says:

    Once had google auto complete give me a false spoiler (that I think was just a common fan theory) and I spent the whole time watching the show going “can’t believe this is going to happen”. Had all the disappointment of a spoiler for no reason and felt oddly put-off that it wasn’t the ending.

    1. Chris says:

      That’s a weird one!

  7. Venchi says:

    I do the same thing when it comes to shows, not binging them in days but watching them in my own tempo without having to worry about season breaks. Helps in my case that I don’t care about spoilers, you never get the full story after all

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