Under the Dome Recap: Ill-Conceived House Parties, Nerd Love and a Simpsons Shout-Out

Jul 8 2013, 10:42pm CDT | by

Under the Dome Recap: Ill-Conceived House Parties, Nerd Love and a Simpsons Shout-Out
Photo Credit: TV Line

This week on CBS’ Under the Dome, Julia spent some quality time with Junior “Call Me James,” Joe’s impromptu house party ended with a bang and the manhunt for Deputy Paul landed Barbie on Big Jim’s radar. Here’s a rundown of new things we learned, new questions raised.

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THINGS WE LEARNED….
* The dome can be seamlessly integrated into a skate park./>

* Julia doesn’t “do caution.”

* Norrie can be superbitchy without her tunes. She’s also easily impressed. (“Driving a rig is pretty cool….”)

* Junior aka Shy Ronnie must really love Angie, because she has to be smelling sorta ripe by now.

* Bigots are alive and well in Chester’s Mill. (Makes you feel as if ol’ Ollie has been living in a dome his whole life, no?)

* While the Dome most definitely does not like batteries, it frankly doesn’t care whether you hate it or not.

* Julia is smart enough to bring along a box of matches before entering a subterranean chamber, but not quite smart enough to have grabbed a flashlight.

* Under the Dome is Simpsons Movie-aware (even though Stephen King started writing this novel a small eternity before that animated feature, yada yada).

* Big Jim and the reverend were definitely involved in a “drug business” using the propane… somehow.

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THINGS WE’RE WONDERING….
* Why did Barbie seem to purposely duck DJ Phil?/>

* Does Norrie have any legit beef with her parents, or is she just a standard-issue rebellious teen? And where was Mom No. 2 this week? Off helping Christian Slater retrieve a broken arrow?

* Who thought it was a good idea to have a “recharge party” using a house’s generator? Oh yeah — it was the Goofy, Lingo-Spouting Sidekick.

* What exactly is Barbie’s military-ish background?

* Why does everyone on TV always seem to go for the kill shot? (We’re looking at you, Sheriff Linda.) What happened to popping the kneecap?

* Given their simul-seizures, is it safe to say Joe and Norrie are MFEO? And what does “The pink stars are falling in line” mean?

* Is Rachelle Lefevre’s hair now officially trumping Connie Britton’s? If only because Nashville is on hiatus?

Want scoop on Under the Dome, or for any other show? Email insideline@tvline.com and your question may be answered via Matt’s Inside Line.


Source: TV Line

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/8" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi is the founding Chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com. Luigi posts regularly on LuigiMe.com about his experience running I4U.

 

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