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This is still a dark show with two troubled characters.
A brillaint end to a brilliant show.
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"Haunted Houses," the sixth episode of True Detective, was almost certainly the weakest hour yet. The show is so superbly acted and directed that this sounds like more of a criticism than it actually is; "Haunted Houses" was still terrific television. But for the first time the show felt somewhat clichéd and unoriginal—less an experiment in stylistically groundbreaking television than a retread of other cop shows and films.
The HBO show places us in the hands of an insane narrator, and that may not be a bad thing.
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