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Human Error
WGN America
Human Error (S02E08) is the eighth episode of season two of "Manhattan" released on Tue De... More Human Error (S02E08) is the eighth episode of season two of "Manhattan" released on Tue Dec 01, 2015. Over 428 TV Time users rated it a 8.72/10 with their favorite characters being John Benjamin Hickey as Frank Winter, Harry Lloyd as Paul Crosley and Katja Herbers as Helen Prins.
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December 2015

Damn shame this show isn't more watched & active on here. I love it & think it's great.

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December 2015

Quote of the day:
Charlie: "[Hitler] puts a bullet in his head, everyone acts like it's Christmas morning."
Frank: "More like Hanukkah."

Another great episode!
Frank is always one (or even two) step ahead of everybody else, Charlie included.

Is there really another Russian spy in the compound? Or Meeks is being deceived yet again?
I actually believe someone else is involved, but I got no clue whatsoever who could they be.

Only two episodes left...

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December 2015

Frank is always a step further for now, but how many time that be good ?

Frank is always a step further for now, but how many time that be good ?
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December 2015

Please renew this show WGN!!!!!!!!

Please renew this show WGN!!!!!!!!
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December 2015

Frank a volte fa paura!

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December 2015

I just don't know what to think about them ! I like them together but then one of them is betraying the other ! Just hug each other and go back to be work buddy please

I just don't know what to think about them ! I like them together but then one of them is betraying the other ! Just hug each other and go back to be work buddy please
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December 2015

Wow what an betrayal of both sides here. glass Paul chose the american side.

Wow what an betrayal of both sides here. glass Paul chose the american side.
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April 2016

Pschitt !!!

Pschitt !!!
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December 2015

Foi , sciences et philosophe sont les trois bases essentielles de cette série qui creuse un sillon d'une intelligence rare épisode après épisode.
Les séries pour réfléchir et non pour ressentir sont rares. Voilà pourquoi celle-ci est essentielle.

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July 2017

Wow, I think this was my favorite episode this season so far. Did not see those two surprising twists in regards to Frank/Charlie and Crosley/Hogarth. Nicely done, show.

Of course Frank was working/conspiring with Lazar to sabotage the test bomb in order to convince Charlie to advocate for him at the Target Committee. Frank, you are a genius bastard. Definitely a great way to have Charlie on his side and to have him be the spokesperson for the scientists on how to use, where to use, and who to use the bomb for. Frank pretending to play along that he doesn't know what caused the test to fail was some very good acting on his part. Hell, I was fooled, too.

Crosley double-crossing and setting up Hogarth was definitely a pleasant surprise and it's even better that he was doing it for about five months. Now it makes sense why Darrow didn't react much when Abby told him what Crosley was doing over the phone line. Crosley being naturalized as a US citizen was a nice scene and made me like him and Darrow a little bit.

Poor Fritz. He's lost without Jeannie, but I hope that once he's mourned her, that he will focus all his attention to the work in front of him. Him shaving off his mustache for Jeannie was sweet. I wonder if he meant it when he volunteered to be Liza's test subject. This actually makes perfect sense so I hope it happens. I like how Liza treats him like a son.

Meeks gets more pathetic in every episode. He's really not built for espionage and I hope he gets found out eventually because he has already caused the deaths of two US citizens (Fisher and Jeannie). Him saving the boy in the previous episode doesn't count. He could have saved Jeannie, but he chose not to. He's a coward of the highest order. His intentions of being a Communist spy in order to help the Soviets even the playing field doesn't work anymore. He's committing outright treason here and should be punished for it.

I thought casting Brad Garrett as Charlie's father was perfect because he really does look like he could be Charlie's father. Abby going to see him without telling Charlie was ill-advised. She knew that Charlie and his dad have an estranged relationship and yet she was all excited to see him and to bring Joey with her. It's good that he realized that her father in law is not a good person and paid him off to stay away from them.

We all know that Hitler shooting himself doesn't mean the war is over. It will just throw everything into chaos and uncertainty so Charlie is right in that Hitler's death doesn't mean anything. There are still the Japanese to contend with.

Two more episodes left!

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December 2015

So these two sabotaged the test on purpose? damned Frank, sometimes making casualties is necessary, stop whining about and be a man.

So these two sabotaged the test on purpose? damned Frank, sometimes making casualties is necessary, stop whining about and be a man.
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February 2018

Até que enfim Paul vez algo útil 😉

Até que enfim Paul vez algo útil 😉
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October 2016

this is frustrating

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December 2015

Je ne suis pas sure de bien comprendre tous les détails de leurs tests, je ne parle pas assez bien étasunien, mais cest intéressent de suivre comment est vécu le fait de construire une arme pareille et la conscience de chacun avec ça...
Je ne sais pas quelle est la part de faits historiques et de fiction, hormis les personnages dont on connaît encore les noms et les faits réels, est-ce tiré d un roman, ou d'un essais historique ?

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