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I watched Season five of 24 in its entirety leading up to a disappointing season six Let's move on, shall we? Perhaps the best aspect of 12 Monkeys is its characters, their journeys, and how they develop with the story.

Matalas and Ficket have crafted a slew of memorable characters that, like the story, will keep you on your toes with their well-crafted, fun, and sometimes harrowing journeys. There's a warmth and familiarity with each of the characters because their backstories are thought out and used in ways to organically evolve them within the world that Matalas and Ficket have created.

Stanford plays James Cole with a guarded and hardened mentality. He's never had the chance to live in the world in which we know and take for granted every single day, but only remembers fragments of his childhood before it went upside-down. Behind his badassery — and he is a badass — Cole is a big ol' softy. He just wants to live a normal life, and that shines through during his stays in different time periods.

He finds solace in ordering whiskey sours every time he splinters back into time, and he enjoys music and dancing. Stanford hides the real Cole behind hard eyes and inner conflict, but there are times when that real, romantic, normal Cole comes through that rough exterior. It's these moments that really bring us in, and make us want to cheer our hero on. His scenes with Acevedo's Ramse show a strong chemistry throughout; they're supposed to be childhood and life-long friends and it definitely plays that way.

Each character has a well-written arc, but Ramse's is arguably the best. I won't give anything away, but this guy goes on one hell of a journey. When you first meet Ramse, he's sick of killing and has waning faith in the mission. He believes they should focus on the future and that all this time-travel BS is just a waste of time, but boy is he thrown for a loop, especially when The Witness storyline is introduced, and if you don't know what I'm talking about The Witness storyline begins in season one, stretches through season two, and involves an unknown being that is able to exist outside of time, and influence his cult following — the Army of the Twelve Monkeys.

It might go a little bit long, but the writing and characters' journeys still make it a fun ride no matter what. Acevedo puts in some really great performances as Ramse, taking you on a ride through his emotions with the inflections and cadence in his voice while giving a nuanced performance, adding to the believability of this otherwise fantastical world.

Speaking of nuance and performances, Hampshire's Goines is probably the most fun in the series. She's crazy but wise, off-putting but heartwarming. Hampshire puts a wonderful spin of her own on the character, playing Goines with believable insanity, but definitely shows that she can hit more than one note.

She might be annoying at first but charms you as the series continues, and after being upgraded to series regular for the second season, she might be the most enjoyable character of the series. The writers certainly have fun with Goines' clever and paradoxical dialogue, while giving her an underlying grace and addicting personality that causes you to ask for more.

She's always a welcome sight whenever she's on-screen and remains a big reason why 12 Monkeys is so enjoyable. So those three characters are the best in my opinion, but not by much. Amanda Shull plays Dr. Cassandra Railley. Early on, the mission revolves around her and a recording that the future team possesses.

Cole is sent back initially and enlists her help which brings her into the fold.

She's a key piece of the puzzle and Shull really settles into her own as the series continues. Her character takes a big turn and also goes on a very interesting journey that changes her in big ways, which invests you in her character a little more and strengthens her in positive ways, but creates an interesting dynamic between her and Cole later on.

Todd Stashwick plays a man named Theodore Deacon, who's the leader of a scavenger group called West 7 in This guy starts off as a big asshole but ends up becoming one of the most memorable characters in the series, mostly shining in Season Two after being upgraded to a regularly occurring role. He doesn't have a huge part in the overall story, but always provides welcome moments of levity and awesomeness as the series continues. One particularly badass moment involving a nice long walk with Ramse and Cole is sure to win you over, and if it doesn't, he's always there for a nice quip or one-liner that'll coax a chuckle from your cold and embittered soul.

I haven't even gotten into the Army of the Twelve Monkeys or The Messengers, who are usually fronted by the creepy and pestering Pallid Man Tom Noonan and Olivia Alisen Down , both dark souls who have been promised a bigger role in the larger picture of time by The Witness, and both able to exist out of time and space themselves I'm going to leave these characters in the shadows where they belong.

There are a lot of twists and turns involving The Army of the Twelve Monkeys and our main group of characters that aren't worth spoiling, but worth watching and letting unfold for yourselves!

Why should you watch 12 Monkeys?

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Overall, it's a solid piece of television. Its writing is clever and creative; its performances and characters are moving and thoroughly engaging. It has the ability to captivate you with a blend of adventure, action, humor, and twisty mind-bending time-travel storytelling that are never too confusing to follow still, it's best to start watching from the beginning.

Season three is slated for a ten episode run that will begin sometime next year, so now is the perfect time to catch up, and if you've seen the Season two finale already, you'll know that ride isn't slowing down anytime soon.

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The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker Until he meets Kadence. The tension is undeniable, the attraction fierce. A man that wants what he wants and a woman that will fight him every step of the way. Affliction 2: Three little words are all it takes to rip his world apart. Lost in his own affliction, Sy has been living in a darkness that he doesn't ever want to let go of.

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Until she arrives and shines her light so bright that nothing else mattered. She was only in it for the chase, for the thrill of capturing the unattainable. But what happens when her world shatters around her, spiraling her into the darkness beside him? Can his affliction be her resurrection? Or will two lost souls living in the depths of deception let it destroy them?

Desertion 3: This isn't about him, but for some reason he does.

I still get my answer. I may have blown my chance at being team leader, hell, maybe even jeopardized my spot on the team, but I refuse to sit here and be torn down while he looks for something that isn't there.

Yeah, my father took his life. Did it change who I thought I was? It changed who I thought he was. And therein lies the issue of what his death had over me.

I just wasn't ready to address it. Since it's close to Trebook's police station, the team often comes in after a long shift. Sometimes we might stay for one round, other times it might end up an all-nighter. I've already been here for a few hours, trying to drown my demons with one too many beers.

I'm pretty certain I'm about to be cut off. My mind tries to fight it, the beer helping to numb it a little, but like every time I get to this stage, broken memories of three years ago start flashing back.

His vacant stare holds my gaze as a flicker of something passes between us. Him understanding my fears.

Me accepting his weaknesses. The change of his aim. The discharge of his gun. The fall of his body.

The agony of my screams. The roar of sirens. Yet nothing is as deafening as the stillness of the moment.

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Fuck, I'm not sure what's worse. The fucked-up interview, the memory of a past I continue to run from, or this present moment that has my best friend breathing down my neck. It takes me a few minutes to rein in my raging heart before responding. What are we celebrating tonight? I cough out a humorless laugh, unable to come up with some bullshit line.

What it always comes back to. Sterling knows what I'm talking about. It's always been this way between us, always will be. Best friends for thirty years. Fellow beat officers for six, SWAT teammates for two, brothers for life. We've been through everything together. I'm lucky he has my back and doesn't report my ass. RJ cut you off. You're shit out of luck now.

Come on, don't you have a shift tomorrow? You need to sober the fuck up.

He's right. I'm a fucking mess; I know it. I just don't know how to control it. It's probably not the most comforting endorsement of my mental wellbeing, but after today, it's all I have to give.

I rest my head back and close my eyes, waiting for another lecture. What this time of year always brings. My little sister wears her heart on her sleeve. If a few days pass and she doesn't hear from me, she rings my best friend to check on me. She's always been this way, even before our father took his life and shocked us into our new reality.

I can't keep dealing with her calls. Far from it. If I had the balls to call him out on it, I would. But it's an unspoken thing between us. He's in love with my sister. My sister is in love with him. I always wonder when they will act on it,,, if they will act on it. I'm probably an asshole for not putting him out of his misery, but I've never been one to put my nose where it doesn't belong. If Sterling and Dakota end up together, then I'll support them, but until they find themselves there, I'm staying out of it.

After Dad died, we grew closer, opting to keep each other near, but as the years have gone on, they've moved on too, sometimes making me wonder if I'm the only one stuck. He grumbles a reply, but I don't take it in; instead, I block it out.

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I block it all out. The day, the interview, the last fucking three years, every thing that brings me down is pushed aside as I let the beer-induced sleep take me to the place I've been searching for.

It takes a few breaths to get my bearings before I realize I'm home, on my bed, fully clothed and not back in the past trying to save my father's life. The night's activities filter through my mind as I try to sort them in order: My head is throbbing like I survived a brass knuckle punch, and the slight buzz filtering through my ears confirms I definitely had too much to drink.

Fucking idiot. After breathing through a wave of nausea, I manage to find my feet and pull myself up to sitting position. The clock beside my bed tells me it's only just midnight. I guess it's what happens when you get drunk before five.Do you need me to tell you how this plays out? Jun 26, Liza rated it it was amazing. There were a few mini-dramas but they took a backseat to all the se This novel didn't work for me. I enjoyed everything about this book!

We didn't have much time to begin with. A former Marine, Jesse used to stand proud of his achievements and live by the code.

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