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The denizens of Chester’s Mill have gone through many changes in the 3 weeks they have been Under the Dome. But nothing like they have in the past 24 hours. What sort of manipulating have they been subjected to? Are they werewolves now, starting at the moon? And who or what is Christine, really?
“Under the Dome” returns for a third season, and almost everyone gets out of the dome, and a year later has moved on with their lives. Or not. Meanwhile, Barbie, Julia, and Junior struggle to catch up with the others, with Big Jim hot on their heels, while some dog seems to like following him around. (That’s can’t be good for the dog.)
This is a Chester’s Mill Gazette special report! The Dome came down over three weeks ago and we have more questions than answers. Is this a natural phenomenon or supernatural one? I have seen a few residents around that I believed to be dead. One such resident is Melanie Cross. The Dome may not be natural but it definitely has an effect on the elements. There has been dust storms, lightning, tornados and ice storms just to name a few. The Dome seems to be an organism of its own. It expresses it’s feeling through the elements. Read more…
To get you ready for the new season, 7 different Under the Dome podcast hosts representing 4 podcasts got together to recap season 2 and look ahead to what we’re expecting in season 3. In addition to Karen and Doug, other podcasts represented were Wayne and Troy from Under the Dome Radio, Mark Des Cotes from Solo Talk Media’s The Under The Dome Podcast, and Robert Southgate and Olivia from the Chester’s Mill Report. The roundtable was moderated by Aaron Peterson from The Hollywood Outsider.
You’re going to hear our thoughts about the best and worst characters, best and worst plot points, what we’re hoping to get in season 3, and much more. So get ready to watch Under the Dome on Thursdays, and then send in your feedback to the Chester’s Mill Gazette.
In episode 54 of TripleCast, Cory and Karen close out the “GSM Crossover” with “Chester’s Mill Gazette” and discuss Stephen King adaptation, “The Green Mile.” Paul Edgecomb is a slightly cynical veteran prison guard on Death row in the 1930’s. His faith, and sanity, deteriorated by watching men live and die, Edgecomb is about to have a complete turnaround in attitude. Enter John Coffey, He’s eight feet tall. He has hands the size of waffle irons. He’s been accused of the murder of two children… and he’s afraid to sleep in a cell without a night-light. And Edgecomb, as well as the other prison guards – Brutus, a sympathetic guard, and Percy, a stuck up, perverse, and violent person, are in for a strange experience that involves intelligent mice, brutal executions, and the revelation about Coffey’s innocence and his true identity. Read More…
In episode 53 of TripleCast, Cory is again joined by Karen from Golden Spiral Media’s “Chester’s Mill Gazette” and they discuss “Misery.” Best-selling novelist Paul Sheldon is on his way home from his Colorado hideaway after completing his latest book, when he crashes his car in a freak blizzard. Paul is critically injured, but is rescued by former nurse Annie Wilkes, Paul’s “number one fan”, who takes Paul back to her remote house in the mountains (without bothering to tell anybody). Unfortunately for Paul, Annie is also a headcase. When she discovers that Paul has killed off the heroine in her favorite novels, her reaction leaves Paul shattered (literally). Read More…
In episode 52 of TripleCast, Cory is joined by Karen from Golden Spiral Media’s “Chester’s Mill Gazette” to discuss the first of three Stephen King adaptations, “The Dead Zone.” After awakening from a 5 year coma – the result of a serious car accident on his way home from an outing with his girlfriend – high school teacher Johnny Smith finds that he has developed the ability to foretell events. When his doctor and confidant, Dr. Sam Weizak, touches him he has flashbacks to the trauma Weizak suffered when separated from his mother during World War II but also knows that the woman lives in a nearby city. Johnny also finds himself pining for his girlfriend, Sarah Bracknell, who has now married and has a young child. With his powers misunderstood, Johnny relocates and tries to put it all behind him, working out of his home as a tutor. However, when he shakes the hand of a young and upcoming political candidate, he is confronted with evidence that the man will, as President of the United States, launch a cataclysm that may destroy all of mankind. Read More…
Junior jars Jim (justifiably), Barbie brings his babe to the brink (but she can’t cross the chasm), and monarchs move mountains for Melanie. It’s “Alliterations away!” for this last issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette for the season! Doug and Karen discuss the (literal) cliffhanger that completes season 2 of “Under the Dome”. See if your ideas match up with theirs, or our wonderful readers who sent in Letters to the Editors.
To everything, there is a season, turn, turn, turn – The Byrds. Or Lyle. Or Sara Niemietz & W.G. Snuffy Walden. Or the book of Ecclesiastes. Barbie turns a gun on Hunter. Mel takes a turn for the better, then a turn for the worse. And it looks like Big Jim is going to turn on the Dome.
And this being the penultimate episode of the season (listen in if you need the definition), we go a bit longer than usual. Consider it a fatter edition of the paper.
Whether you’re a woman of science or a woman of faith, or even a guy, we want your Letters to the Editor on the episode “Turn” at the Chester’s Mill Gazette. Written or recorded, we want to hear from you. (But recorded is better; less chance to mispronounce names.)
Barbie hits some black ice while driving, sending the ambulance on its side and impaling Julia. (Now he knows how those of us who live in Atlanta feel when we get an ice storm.) Big Jim and Junior’s relationship is (back) on ice, but Big Jim and Pauline’s relationship might just be thawing.
The egg arrives via air mail to Zenith, but you “can’t touch dis”. And Lyle arrives via slow boat to Chester’s Mill speaking of, what else, the End of the World(tm). Maybe that was his vision, but it seems more like self-directed prophecy.
All that and more in this cold-off-the-presses issue of the Chester’s Mill Gazette!