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(@ranmacmh)
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Hey all, thought I'd post this here instead of in the main forum.  But since I'm assuming a lot of us are going to go back and rewatch episodes (again...) now that we've got the whole season available... are we still being careful about spoilers in the individual episode forums?  Like, if I wanna talk about how the Giant's conversation from episode one relates to something from the finale or something like that? 

I don't want to get lost in the threads but I also don't want to spoil the experience for new watchers who might be reading through the forum.  Just wanted to know what the group thought.

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Posted : 08/09/2017 1:01 am
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(@charlie)
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Not that my opinion matters, but once the show has ended I kind of would assume it is fair game.  I recently started watching Lost on Netflix.  I went searching for a forum with the knowledge that since the show is gone and over, spoilers will be everywhere and anywhere.

Otherwise, we need to make a post run forum for overall discussions.

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Posted : 08/09/2017 9:15 am
(@caoimhin)
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Posted by: Charlie

Not that my opinion matters, but once the show has ended I kind of would assume it is fair game.  I recently started watching Lost on Netflix.  I went searching for a forum with the knowledge that since the show is gone and over, spoilers will be everywhere and anywhere.

Otherwise, we need to make a post run forum for overall discussions.

I have thought that it's a good idea: It would be nice to have a TPTR general discussion section/thread, otherwise it will be (is) difficult for readers, present and future, to navigate threads specifically about the finale in the finale section/thread.

I also assume that spoilers aren't really relevant now, but I still avoid putting them in my titles. 

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Posted : 09/09/2017 12:24 am
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