I agree that judging whole show based on 3 episodes is unfair, hence why i mentioned that my knowledge comes from only those 3 episodes which is where i base my opinion and it may be completely incorrect.Robot Number V said:No, see, that's what I'm trying to tell you. You really didn't watch enough of the show to make any solid judgements. I can guarantee you that you misunderstood what was happening. There is a part of the show (might be after the third episode) where the main character straight up says that he does not want treatment, because of the likelihood that he would just end up dying anyway. He tells his family that he believes treatment would only draw out his death, so that he would slowly grow more pathetic and weak before finally dying anyway.
Seriously. You are misunderstanding the show. This is probably because you only saw 3 episodes of it. I'm not saying you should go watch it or anything, that's entirely up to you. But as of right now, you have not seen enough of the show to really talk about it.
Ill probably watch it eventually, but i got plenty of shows to watch before that. Currently watching Xena of all things hehe. Im the kind of guy that once i start i finish the show hence why i stuck thouh the Wire, of which i think second season was the best. I had plenty of experincesthat started off badly and then got really good (my favourite TV show of all time - babylon 5 - was looking bad till around half a season in).
P.S. this is the THIRD time capcha gives me exact same image in 2 days. the image reads: My spot.
i think its trying to tell me something.