Topic: The Undoing

https://next-episode.net/the-undoing


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Life for a successful therapist in New York begins to unravel on the eve of publishing her first book.

Vintage Kidman. Worth a watch.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8134470/ Rated well on IMDb.

Re: The Undoing

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Wow he really did it I thought was the wife

Edit: Please use the Spoiler tag! - santah

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^I suggest nobody who wants to watch this show go click on that spoiler! You will regret it, it'll completely ruin the show for you.

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Lollie wrote:

^I suggest nobody who wants to watch this show go click on that spoiler! You will regret it, it'll completely ruin the show for you.

Yep good advice, i clicked on it earlier and not gonna watch it now.

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HomerS wrote:
Lollie wrote:

^I suggest nobody who wants to watch this show go click on that spoiler! You will regret it, it'll completely ruin the show for you.

Yep good advice, i clicked on it earlier and not gonna watch it now.

Pity, it was a good show.

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Re: The Undoing

Lollie wrote:
HomerS wrote:
Lollie wrote:

^I suggest nobody who wants to watch this show go click on that spoiler! You will regret it, it'll completely ruin the show for you.

Yep good advice, i clicked on it earlier and not gonna watch it now.

Pity, it was a good show.

I think it started off ok, but the ending was awful.

2020.  Meh.

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graybags wrote:
Lollie wrote:
HomerS wrote:
Lollie wrote:

^I suggest nobody who wants to watch this show go click on that spoiler! You will regret it, it'll completely ruin the show for you.

Yep good advice, i clicked on it earlier and not gonna watch it now.

Pity, it was a good show.

I think it started off ok, but the ending was awful.

Yeah agreed, the ending made no sense to me -

Spoiler

no way he could've hidden that level of crazy for so long from his family and a trained psychologist wife.

^Anyone who hasn't watched this also don't click this spoiler either.

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Re: The Undoing

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Lots of serial killers manage to hide their secret for years.

2020.  Meh.

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graybags wrote:
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Lots of serial killers manage to hide their secret for years.

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If you were at all sensitive you'd know something was weird/creepy/off with them, so I still don't buy it.

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Lollie wrote:
graybags wrote:
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Lots of serial killers manage to hide their secret for years.

Spoiler

If you were at all sensitive you'd know something was weird/creepy/off with them, so I still don't buy it.


If they were that easy to detect, they'd be easier to find, surely?

2020.  Meh.

Re: The Undoing

graybags wrote:
Lollie wrote:
graybags wrote:
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Lots of serial killers manage to hide their secret for years.

Spoiler

If you were at all sensitive you'd know something was weird/creepy/off with them, so I still don't buy it.


If they were that easy to detect, they'd be easier to find, surely?

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From the serial killer types I've seen exposed most of them either are loners or pick controllable people to keep around.

The wife was a psychologist, she would have known, either that or she should quit her job.

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Lollie wrote:
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The wife was a psychologist, she would have known, either that or she should quit her job.

You overestimate what the profession and those working in it are capable of:

In a sample of over 1000 randomly sampled counseling psychologists, Gilroy, Carroll, and Murra (2002) found that 62% of respondents self-identified as depressed. Of those with depressive symptoms, 42% reported experiencing some form of suicidal ideation or behavior. Finally, in a 2009 APA Colleague Assistance and Wellness Survey, it was found that 40-60% of the responding practitioners reported at least a little disruption in professional functioning due to burnout, anxiety, or depression. Eighteen percent acknowledged that they had had suicidal ideation while dealing with personal and professional stressors or challenges (American Psychological Association, 2010).

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3124780/

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If you are depressed and maybe even somewhat suicidal, I'm sure you can be fooled.

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lighton wrote:
Lollie wrote:
Spoiler

The wife was a psychologist, she would have known, either that or she should quit her job.

You overestimate what the profession and those working in it are capable of:

In a sample of over 1000 randomly sampled counseling psychologists, Gilroy, Carroll, and Murra (2002) found that 62% of respondents self-identified as depressed. Of those with depressive symptoms, 42% reported experiencing some form of suicidal ideation or behavior. Finally, in a 2009 APA Colleague Assistance and Wellness Survey, it was found that 40-60% of the responding practitioners reported at least a little disruption in professional functioning due to burnout, anxiety, or depression. Eighteen percent acknowledged that they had had suicidal ideation while dealing with personal and professional stressors or challenges (American Psychological Association, 2010).

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3124780/

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If you are depressed and maybe even somewhat suicidal, I'm sure you can be fooled.

Spoiler

Well okay, if she was at all functional then she would have noticed.

The show presented them as a happy couple doing happy couple things, so I don't think we need to factor in depression.

It basically just did a 360 to get its ending, character development be damned.

Still a good show (at least till the end when it all went wrong and weirdly so).

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Lollie wrote:

It basically just did a 360 to get its ending, character development be damned.

Still a good show (at least till the end when it all went wrong and weirdly so).

Ah, ok... I didn't watch the show, but it always sucks if something doesn't fit to the previous character development. smile

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lighton wrote:
Lollie wrote:

It basically just did a 360 to get its ending, character development be damned.

Still a good show (at least till the end when it all went wrong and weirdly so).

Ah, ok... I didn't watch the show, but it always sucks if something doesn't fit to the previous character development. smile

It totally didn't, whole ending was out of the blue and very wtf!

Basically watched it because I like both of the two main actors, but I really wish the writers had worked a bit harder on character development.

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