Whenever Reynard the super nasty trickster god on The Magicians comes on, he reminds me of NewMexicon organizer…

Whenever Reynard the super nasty trickster god on The Magicians comes on, he reminds me of NewMexicon organizer Nicholas Hopkins . Perhaps also a nasty trickster god.

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  1. Tried watching that and couldn’t get through the first few episodes. Maybe I will have to add it back into the list but the new Twin Peaks will have to get done first.

  2. Ah now I won’t be able to unsee this!

    I was pretty into this show, but the end of the first season/beginning of the second really amped up the Stuff I Do Not Like and I took a break – not sure if I should get back to the second season, I’m worried it’ll keep doubling down on the really dark shit.

  3. Nathan Paoletta it does exactly that, and I’m continuously iffy watching it. There are enough compelling actors and plot bits that I haven’t flushed it but when it gets unpleasant it doubles down.

  4. Paul Beakley Nathan Paoletta Have you read the books? I’m wondering if having read the books has inured me to some extent? I’m rather excited for season 3 (especially as Felicia Day is in it).

  5. Yanni Cooper I have not! I didn’t even realize it was based on a book series until something unrelated reminded me that Lev Grossman is an author I’ve heard of.

  6. I only read the first book, but I remember enjoying it. I’d like to go back and read it again as I don’t remember whether the show has ramped up some of the unpleasantness.

  7. It’s been a long time since I read the trilogy, but I feel like it was mostly there, but in some ways ameliorated by being on the page… like seeing something onscreen tends to make it more visceral for me, even if on the page it’s actually more explicitly unpleasant.

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