And that makes for a meandering, challenging, non-escapist viewing.
Nothing could fill that gap, and without it the episodes felt shapeless and meandering.
Simmons has written less of a novel than an essay on Plains Indians with an improbable, meandering plot.
Most of the novel is a meandering plotless journey through their beleaguered affair, which takes place over 12 years.
In the early debates of the 2007–08 primary campaign, his answers were often long and meandering.
Its walls at the lower end are beautifully curved, as the river sweeps in its meandering course.
But mind you tell your wife just what I told you—and no meandering of your own—you hear!
He times himself to the meandering, soliloquizing stream; its impulse bears him along.
"Gimpy Gordon's meandering mind is well understood for what it is," he said.
In the grove there were little bowery nooks, and meandering footpaths, mostly worn by visitors from the neighbouring shores.
1570s, "confusion, intricacies," from Latin meander "a winding course," from Greek Maiandros, name of a river in Caria noted for its winding course (the Greeks used the name figuratively for winding patterns). In reference to river courses, in English, from 1590s. Adjectival forms are meandrine (1846); meandrous (1650s).