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  • This year's Big Bad is a crazed tag team of religious zealots (Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks as his tormented disciple) who stir things up with a classically gruesome crime scene foreshadowing more gruesome revelations (or is that Revelation?) to come.

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  • There was Marx and Engels harrumphing in the background; the legacy of the Six Day War; the Falklands; Rhodesia/Zimbabwe to be discussed; and, eventually, the rise of Big Bad Maggie Thatcher and Britain's brief conservative interlude.

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  • Edie's (Nicolette Sheridan) creepy husband, Dave Williams (Neal McDonough), is this season's Big Bad, apparently.

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  • In the past, for instance, not listening to the Big Bad in my game has led to the unintended (by the heroes) death of innocents.

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  • any number of super-villians hell-bent on destroying the world. thank you joss whedon.

    February 2, 2011