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Boas pessoal!

Acabei ha pco de ver o ultimo episodio de Day Break (a série foi postada nas news recentemente) e fikei com algumas duvidas...

Pro pessoal que já viu (quem nao viu nao devia ler isto), o k perceberam do fim da serie?

Fiquei sem saber pkék o dia desbloqueou e pkék o "maluco" apareceu no fim, todo janota... Será que ele tinha alguma coisa a ver com aquilo? Para alem do Hopper, era o unico k disse k tava preso no mesmo dia..

Que atrofio!

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Também preferia que o fim fosse mais coerente e revelasse mais qualquer coisa.

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O Maluco é a figura divina.

Mas figura divina como? Deus? Ou algum "anjo" que tava ali pro ajudar?

Ék o fim foi mm O_o

Penso k mais 5 mins para explicar tinham sido melhorzitos... mas assim sempre fica á nossa imaginação... se bem k nao faço mm a minima do k possa ser...

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Na minha interpretação o maluco é Deus e o Hopper foi o escolhido para acabar com a conspiração até porque ele aparece quase desde o inicio e tb repete os dias.

Como isto não é ficção científica, e só o repetir dos dias é que é "diferente", não há mais paranormal na série acho que era difícil arranjar um fim melhor. Está dentro dos possíveis, acho que poderiam ter encontrado uma melhor razão para acabar com a repetição dos dias que a descoberta de toda a conspiração mas acho que acabou bem. Eu ainda estava a ver que ele tinha de se matar para acabar com a repetição.

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Aqui teem uma explicacao da serie e se calhar o Maluco nao e' bem quem vcs pensam que ele e' ...

And I almost forgot to mention one of my favorite moments: Brett’s sudden realization that he’s made it to tomorrow after awakening from the back of the pick-up. Maybe the endlessly repeating day of his life was just a means of setting up this day, when everything important happens. That’s the real reason why Brett had to keep reliving the day, even when he solved Garza’s murder. This is about something much larger than just him, and if he had gotten to see tomorrow then, the conspiracy still would have won. Instead, their goon squad rushes into an empty courtroom and is taken down by a SWAT team led by Andrea. Nice. I also appreciate the crazy montage of punishment where we see what happens to nearly all of the bad guys. For those keeping score: Tobias Booth goes to prison, Detweiler kills himself with a shotgun, Chad escapes from custody after beating up the officer assigned to escort him through the police station, Mrs. Garza is killed, the Crying Man seems to escape (he unlocks his chains and produces a gun, so I think that’s what we’re meant to assume), and Spivak is finally revealed to be just misdirection, since Chad is the one who planted the fingerprints on the “murder weapon.” Only Barry Colburn gets away with everything, but at least he tells Brett who’s responsible for his dad’s murder.

And of course, there’s that last image in the episode, of a mysterious man we’ve never met before watching Brett, Rita and Jennifer from a distance with an air of detachment. Or maybe we have met him. Although I’ve checked the credits for this episode everywhere I could think of, I haven’t been able to tell if this guy is the same actor who played Jared Pryor. They look vaguely similar, but business suit guy’s beard is different and makes it hard to get a good look at his facial features. Whether or not this guy is Jared, the larger question of who he really is remains. I like some of the theories that have been posted already in the feedback. Maybe he’s the spirit of the city itself, who chose Brett Hopper to right the wrongs that had been corrupting it for years. Or maybe he’s a reference to some plotline that the show’s creators were hoping to use next season. We’ll never know. But maybe that’s for the best. After all, what’s a good mystery without a few pieces missing to keep you guessing?

btw nos States, a ABC deixou de transmitir a serie depois de 6 eps alegando pouca audiencia, e disse que iria por o resto dos eps um por semana no site oficial da ABC, sem custo nenhum pro cliente!

a menos que outra estacao compre os direitos de transmissao, talvez nem haja 2a. epoca!

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Depois da desilusão tremenda que levei com o final da Heroes, a bom tempo pus os olhos neste Day Break. Esta sim, com uma season finale à maneira. É uma pena não haver segunda temporada, pois não faltava era material.

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Aqui teem uma explicacao da serie e se calhar o Maluco nao e' bem quem vcs pensam que ele e' ...

And I almost forgot to mention one of my favorite moments: Brett’s sudden realization that he’s made it to tomorrow after awakening from the back of the pick-up. Maybe the endlessly repeating day of his life was just a means of setting up this day, when everything important happens. That’s the real reason why Brett had to keep reliving the day, even when he solved Garza’s murder. This is about something much larger than just him, and if he had gotten to see tomorrow then, the conspiracy still would have won. Instead, their goon squad rushes into an empty courtroom and is taken down by a SWAT team led by Andrea. Nice. I also appreciate the crazy montage of punishment where we see what happens to nearly all of the bad guys. For those keeping score: Tobias Booth goes to prison, Detweiler kills himself with a shotgun, Chad escapes from custody after beating up the officer assigned to escort him through the police station, Mrs. Garza is killed, the Crying Man seems to escape (he unlocks his chains and produces a gun, so I think that’s what we’re meant to assume), and Spivak is finally revealed to be just misdirection, since Chad is the one who planted the fingerprints on the “murder weapon.” Only Barry Colburn gets away with everything, but at least he tells Brett who’s responsible for his dad’s murder.

And of course, there’s that last image in the episode, of a mysterious man we’ve never met before watching Brett, Rita and Jennifer from a distance with an air of detachment. Or maybe we have met him. Although I’ve checked the credits for this episode everywhere I could think of, I haven’t been able to tell if this guy is the same actor who played Jared Pryor. They look vaguely similar, but business suit guy’s beard is different and makes it hard to get a good look at his facial features. Whether or not this guy is Jared, the larger question of who he really is remains. I like some of the theories that have been posted already in the feedback. Maybe he’s the spirit of the city itself, who chose Brett Hopper to right the wrongs that had been corrupting it for years. Or maybe he’s a reference to some plotline that the show’s creators were hoping to use next season. We’ll never know. But maybe that’s for the best. After all, what’s a good mystery without a few pieces missing to keep you guessing?

btw nos States, a ABC deixou de transmitir a serie depois de 6 eps alegando pouca audiencia, e disse que iria por o resto dos eps um por semana no site oficial da ABC, sem custo nenhum pro cliente!

a menos que outra estacao compre os direitos de transmissao, talvez nem haja 2a. epoca!

Só agora vi este reply... Boa teoria!

Mas uma cena, o problema do Day Break não foi com audiências... foi com umas músicas... Quanto a 2a season, penso que desde inicio estava prevista uma série de 1 só season... A série veio para preencher o "intervalo" de 13 semanas de Lost...

Depois da desilusão tremenda que levei com o final da Heroes, a bom tempo pus os olhos neste Day Break. Esta sim, com uma season finale à maneira. É uma pena não haver segunda temporada, pois não faltava era material.

Com um tema destes, material nunca faltava! :)

Uma das séries que vou ver em Julho...

Vê, que não te arrependes! :clap:

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