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The Last Man on Earth Season One





The Last Man on Earth Season One 


I saw The Last Man on Earth Season One at Target on sale for eight dollars. It was only 282 minutes long, and I knew nothing about the show. The back had an interesting sounding premise. Phil Miller survives a virus that kills just about every body. He looks all around the country to find people and comes up empty. So he writes: “Alive in Tucson,” on numerous road signs. Please note there will be spoilers in this review.

The Last Man on Earth Season One started great. Phil is by himself doing whatever he wants to do. He talks to God, and it is cool. Then we get Carol who will not have sex until she is married. Again great things. Melissa shows up and we have the need to repopulate the Earth, and it is great. Once Todd arrives things start to go downhill in this show. By the time we get the second Phil Miller, The Last Man on Earth Season One is in complete free fall. Morals and ethics are gone. People become hypocrites.

I noticed some things in The Last Man on Earth Season One. Everyone that shows up thanks to Phil Miller expects him to serve them. They like the second evil Phil Miller because he does for them. Why can’t they do for themselves? The second evil Phil steals the original Phil’s name, woman, presidency, chores, and more. Even winds up driving the original Phil Miller out in the desert and leaves him to die. The lack of gratefulness in this show astounds me. If anything the people in Tucson should leave. They steal all of Phil Miller’s stuff that he worked so hard for.

The Last Man on Earth Season One contains bad language, tons of alcohol, attacks on marriage, supports divorce, supports sinful lifestyles, enticement to lust, lies, deceit, sex outside of marriage, an obsession with sex, anti-man, strange definition of attractiveness and more. This show had so much promise and it failed.
- Paul


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 50%
Replay: 50%
Gameplay: 10%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: DVD
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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