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September 02, 2013

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Kelly Robinson

Ooh, Westworld. It will be hard to outdo the original, but I'd love to see an update. Hope it's good!

sandra seamans

That bites about The Glades. Now we'll never know who shot Jim.

BV Lawson

I know, Sandra. I conducted a web search to see if there were any hints at a wrap-up movie or even a webisode that would tie up the plot lines, but so far, nada. Maybe they will shoot one and insert it into the DVD collection - that would be a nifty idea!

BV Lawson

Westerns haven't done well at the box office, lately, Kelly, so I hope the Westworld TV show has a chance - but, since it combines a little crime, sci-fi, fantasy and horror, maybe it will be popular?

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