Six Feet Under

In case anyone is wondering what I thought of the last season and last episode of Six Feet Under, I cannot review it at length because, for now, I don’t think I would do it much justice. It’s something you would have to see for yourself to really understand. And each person really “gets it” in their own way.

With that aside, I will just say I was absolutely blown away. The last episode hit me this past Friday evening. I started crying about half way into it and did not stop until about three hours later. I cried and cried. I cried myself sick. I killed my immune system for the entire weekend. Ask anyone. Well, ask Casey and the cats – they’re the ones…

. . .

Keith and David’s relationship I thought was beautiful, especially since they adopted and virtually saved those two boys, and how they gradually adjusted and all became accepting of one another, attached, proud – a family, a real one.

The conversation between Ruth and Brenda on the stairs…

Having seriously identified with Nate’s character, naturally I was attached, and mournful of his death in a few episodes back. Cried all into Entourage; had to watch a later airing.

Ruth’s letting go of Claire…

And we talked about this: David wound up being the most tragic character. He lost so much. He lost his dad, his brother, and later, Keith. Just before David passed, somewhere in a park, he had the most desolate look on his face, as if nothing in the world mattered anymore.

. . .

In Roanoke, I had two friends across the hall and introduced them to this show. As glad as they were to discover it, I was delighted to “give” it to them.

. . .

You pay attention to something deeply enough, to something as beautiful as this – it can change your life. I know it did mine.

Thank you, Alan Ball.

Published by bgkarma

BGK is a revolutionary in the mind frame of intention with vibrational swim and entertainment snack to promote edutainment and self empowerment by use of multiple brains or servers to go next level.

Leave a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: