Finishing up in a week or so.
I have a lot of thoughts.
The short: It's a valid criticism to say it's a big mistake to craft a show so it has to be watched twice—and then very closely—to be understood; particularly when it's roughly 100 hours long.
But it also makes for a fascinating close watch the 2nd time.
It ... does, with the pretty big caveat that most of the characters are either ...
* Or have believed a lie
* And there are very powerful entities who can take on many different forms
So it's very careful going. But yes, most of it holds.
Also there are the usual straight-up story mistakes that you'll get in 100 hours or so of TV.
Some things are just "yeah, that part doesn't fit."
But *far* fewer than I thought.
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