"You" The Captain (TV Episode 2018) Poster

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(2018)

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6/10
YOU - Episode 4
djrocky15 January 2019
Unbelievably full of filler... The story between Joe and Beck is starting to dwell on boring. The first thing you will notice right away is the change of tone and pacing. Allowing us to see Beck's thoughts was a huge mistake in the making of this series.

It's a real set back as I feel it would be far more effective to not know what's going on in her head. Not only is it boring to listen to her drone on about how she feels and what she thinks of the same situation repeated from her perspective instead of Joes.

But it really drags the episode down with a twist that was hardly a twist to begin with. The style throughout this episode feels like filler. The episode tries to make you feel for these characters but the acting and writing is not on par with the Pilot episode. It's startimg to decrease dramatically in quality...

Overall, it gets six stars from me. If you don't enjoy this episode, I recommend skipping it.
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2/10
Terrible episode
tony81010 January 2020
Beck's internal monologue is so unwelcome. The episode only confirms her to be what I already feared - Beck is really annoying.

The only redeemable moments in this episode comes when Joe attempts to hide any evidence that he's been spying on Beck. This lasts what, a few minutes of screen time, at most?
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From one climax to another
DVD_Connoisseur31 December 2018
"The Captain" is a solid fourth episode.

After a disastrous night, can Joe make amends? And who is the mysterious "Captain"?

A fun and unpredictable episode, the series tightens the suspense another notch.

Shay Mitchell's beautiful Peach is a worthy nemesis for Joe.

8 out of 10.
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4/10
Stock is plummeting.
bombersflyup4 January 2020
Warning: Spoilers
Show shifts to Beck's point of view a bit too much here and I'm not interested in a girly drama. It then switches back but repeats itself in the process. Leaving the room and messaging private crap to everyone is absurdly low character stuff, but nothing seems to bother this guy. Not that he's a saint or anything, but for all she knows, he is. Beck is cast in a weaker light by the episode, along with the quality of the show.
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5/10
RomCom
mghtysauc33 January 2020
This episode went full Hallmark. If I had walked into a room where someone was watching this, I would swear it was a cheesy girl-meets-guy-drops-guy-then-shows-up-at-door-horny flick from the 90s. It even has the "She's All That" style of music. Please get better from here.
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9/10
The virus.
deepakdst18 January 2020
So the monologue wire is out in the series and now Beck is the new victim. But this virus is a good entertainment for viewers😁😁.
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