The basic premise follows former FBI agent Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon, smearing his six-degrees-in-a-lead-role all over your television for the first time) on the hunt for a serial killer named Joe Carroll ('s James Purefoy), who Hardy once put away in the big house. The black cop said it best after finding the dead cop and the bloody tag that read "Nevermore," in a scene that came halfway through the pilot: "I'm not buying two men would pretend to be gay and shack up next to a woman because some nutjob told them to." That was the only time the episode even dabbled in admitting how ludicrous 's premise is, and I didn't buy it either, but in the world of the show, preposterous logic isn't sold, it's practically given away in Costco-sized chunks.
See, the pilot started with Carroll springing himself from prison by slicing the throats of some prison guards and narrowly escaping the six-inch perimeter laid out after the jail bosses figured out what happened. The series portrays Carroll's followers as people who simply joined his cult, without ever going into detail as to why.
Some users did not seem so keen on the idea of censoring what is one of the internet's wilder websites. Only, Banal, and uninteresting conversation, which will send chat roulette into the dead pool,' wrote one Chatroulette fan on a forum Wow, I couldn't have said it better myself, anonymous Chatroulette fan. Chatroulette considers 'penis filter' to clean up website that has been taken over by flashers [dailymail] Thanks to Peterman, who, despite his name, swears he's never exposed himself online.
Crush video of a woman with fat feet crushing inanimate objects.
And while Carroll was in prison, he spent a lot of time on the computer in the prison library as a Charlie Manson with Chat Roulette. The only explanations we've gotten so far are "He used the Internet" and "He had a lot of blogs," with the show hoping we're all fine with the idea before changing the subject with scenes of expired, eyeless babes.
Except instead of dangling his wang out, he recruited impressionable sickos through the intertubes (on Tumblr, with the hashtag #aspiringmurderers? ) to follow his teachings of the beauty to be found in death, as inspired by his idol, Edgar Allen Poe. But the coolest part of a show about a cult is seeing the seduction of the idiots who are willing to join, and because none of us are stupid enough to join a cult ourselves, it's important for to show us how Carroll managed to sucker people into faking gay and killing themselves with sharp objects.
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It’s no surprise that Chatroulette is the latest media darling.many of the PMs, or "penis-men," will disconnect from you almost instantly. They worry that you will file a complaint against them, and move along too fast to allow you to do so. For example, 92% of the chat participants will instinctively mimic your tragically retarded face: Though it is primarily unmoderated, Chatroulette does feature one "security" feature as mentioned earlier: The option to report someone you come across whom you feel is acting inappropriately.This doesn't even give you the chance to register disgust or shock properly. To test the limits of a Chatroulette user's tolerance, we participated in a number of detestable, immoral, and most certainly illegal behavior, and received no reports.Perhaps we'll get more info later on, or perhaps we're just supposed to believe in the power of Purefoy.It's also shocking to see that series creator Kevin Williamson, who wrote the clever and astutely self-aware horror film with the same horror clichés he spoofed before.