Limitless: Episode Nine

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Oh! VENDETTA! Craig Sweeny versus Mike Cane for Alan Glynn.

How?

The Limitless opening titles have been changed. The only person who gets credit during the theme now?

Him:

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Here, let me translate that:

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It’s ON, bitch.

Meanwhile, who wrote this episode?

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And directing was another one of the Executive Producers:

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Brian goes after the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted.

What did I think of this episode?

Would you like to see a bunch of screensnaps?

Well, fuck you, Craig Sweeny.

Every post about this series from now on will be nothing but my agitating for Alan Glynn to get his credit!

That’s right. As people criss-cross the Internet for Limitless posts, they’ll find mine and know how you’re fucking over writer Alan Glynn.

I don’t give a shit what the lawyers tell you.

I don’t give a shit what the contracts say.

Lawyers and contracts pulled that shit on Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the two guys who created the entire multi-billion-dollar superhero industry by creating something even you might have heard of: Superman.

For decades their names were spitefully deleted from DC Comics.

Until one man — Neal Adams — agitated for change.

Bitch Sweeny, I’m Neal Adams for Alan Glynn.

Do the fucking right thing!

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Previously here:

Limitless: Episode Eight
Limitless: Episode Seven
Limitless: Episode Six
Limitless: Episode Five
Limitless: Episode Four
Limitless: Episode Three
Limitless: Episode 2
Limitless: Pilot

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