Scorpion Season 3 Episode 2 “More Civil War” :- Watch Scorpion Season 3 Episode 2 “More Civil War” on Youtube on Fire,The team learns that the hackers who took control of U.S. naval destroyers are also controlling a U.S. nuclear submarine. The first two episodes of the third season were incredibly offensive to Bulgaria, to the Bulgarian people, to the Bulgarian traditions, to the Bulgarian progress, to the Bulgarian nature and therefore to the TV series in general. The only thing that came closely to the truth were the nodding part – and even that has as much exceptions as it has confirmations. The part with the old car was simply not true – if anybody comes to Bulgaria, they will see normal cars, as in other countries. The fact is that even when Bulgarians see Trabant, we are hardly believing it and we’re wondering how that car is still moving. The people who were presented in the episodes as “Bulgarians” didn’t look anything like the Bulgarian people you would meet everyday on Bulgarian streets. The part with the casino was absurd: the Bulgarian casinos are as modern as any other country’s. The idea that Bulgarian hackers are capable enough to sabotage the whole American army system, but they do not speak English, is simply stupid on one hand and unrealistic, on another – in fact, it is much more likely to see a Bulgarian person between the age of 15 and 30 years, who speaks better English than most Americans when it comes to grammar. And the few sentences, spoken in supposedly Bulgarian language sounded much less realistic in Bulgarian than the English sentences, spoken by the supposed Bulgarians – you could have at least gotten some Bulgarian actors to say them I am a Bulgarian and I needed the subtitles in order to understand what the supposed Bulgarians were saying!!!. So, all things considered – every Bulgarian, who was watching these two episodes should have one in mind when it comes to how accurate the TV Series Scorpion present the facts.
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Release: 3 October 2016
IMDB Rating: 7.7/10
Director: Sam Hill
Stars: Elyes Gabel, Katharine McPhee, Eddie Kaye Thomas