Anyone else watching Unsolved: Tupac & Biggie on USA network ??

Started by Big Dangerous, Mar 7, 2018, in Entertainment Add to Reading List

  1. Big Dangerous
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    i ain't gonna lie this show is pure corn and totally over dramatized and cheesey bs but I'm a sucker for the subject matter so I been watching these past two weeks

    The actor for Tupac is really good, has all of his mannerisms and movements down but you only see him like 20% of the time the other 80% of the show you watch two dork cops from 1997 and then in 2006 there's a group of independent detectives (which just so happenly fit every race gender and character archetype lmao) while they try to dig up the case
     
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    alright then nobody watching unsolved: Tupac & biggie on USA network
     
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    No
     
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    Was gonna come in here and say nah I've heard it's absolute bs but after reading OP looks like you already know.
     
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    [​IMG]I saw McPoyle and said fruckouttahere
     
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    If they put it on Netflix or Hulu I'd prolly watch it, but I feel like there's been enough Biggie and Pac movies/documentaries/etc....
     
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    Nope...cause they already solved it ...next...
     
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    Saw the first episode and honestly wasn’t feeling it at all, so I dropped it
     
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    The Tupac and Biggie scenes are actually really good.

    They also did an awesome recreation of the Keefe D confession last episode too paid a lot of attention to detail that most people don't know
     
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    It’s alright, good for what it is I guess. Would have loved if American Crime Story did a series on this though.
     
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    I love it and think it’s probably the best recreation of Pac’s murder and time in Vegas that I’ve seen. Also a lot of interesting scenes with Pac and Big’s history too.

    I even enjoy the cop parts of the show, the Poole stuff especially is real interesting and sad. Overall I’m just glad to have a TV show involving Pac that I feel is well done, been a lot of disappointing stuff lately.
     
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    The Tupac actor is incredible and like I said the attention to detail is great. They even had the officers rolling up to Keefe D's house and talking to him in his garage just like what happened in real life. Followed the confession word for word and everything.

    The only issue I've seen is that Suge wasn't hit in the Pac shooting like he was in real life, he should've been pouring blood but in the scene he wasn't
     
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    Was he actually pouring blood though? I thought he was just grazed by a bullet or something, not sure though.
     
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    Yeah man the first cop at the scene of the crime (Chris Carroll) has did a bunch of interviews detailing the situation. Check out his VLADTV stuff on YouTube. He goes into detail about how Suge had been knicked (and probably still has bullet fragments) in the back of his head and how he was pouring tons of blood. He talks about seeing Tupac and not even being able to do anything because he was in such bad condition when he got there. Said Tupac's last words before slipping into a permanent coma was "f--- you" when Carroll had asked who shot him. He also confirms the legitimacy of the Tupac autopsy photo.
     
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    @Kon here he is talking about Tupac's last words ever spoke

     
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    Yeah I did hear about that ‘f--- you’ thing and know I saw an interview with that guy before, maybe that same one.

    Need to refresh my memory again though, I’ll peep it. Thanks.
     
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    Getting a little off topic but Suge actually knew Keffe D and thus, saw him when the shooting went down. He didn't say a word about who did the shooting to cops though, not a peep. It's because of this that he would go on to call the hit on BIG while in prison because he was convinced the Vegas shooting was a hit from Puffy. No one knows if word got around to Suge or if he just assumed but according to Keffe D's confession which is considered the bible as far as the investigations go, Puffy actually DID approach Keffe about killing Tupac after Hit Em Up dropped.

    Crazy stuff
     
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    I'm pretty sure Tupac died in the hospital days later next to his girlfriend and was still conscious enough to talk, not at the scene of the shooting, I don't think those were his final words
     
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    Carroll said Tupac was unresponsive before leaving the scene of the crime and he actually says he believes never responsive again, so that's what I was going off of. Do you have a source?

    Edit: obviously he didn't die until days later
     
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