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I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 05:08PM
We have Netflix, Prime, and HBO.
Please give me any suggestions you might have for series or movies.
Any help will be greatly appreciated. grinning smiley





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: macphanatic
Date: July 02, 2020 05:13PM
Paint drying, grass growing? smiley-laughing001

Have you watched the Downton Abby series? It was a lot better than I thought it would be.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Buck
Date: July 02, 2020 05:17PM
Downton Abbey is great.
Just started Bruce Lee the legend. It's OK. In Chinese
Also, on Netflix, Mr. Sunshine, historical, in Korean.
On Amazon, Poldark is a good story.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: hal
Date: July 02, 2020 05:17PM
Tell us what you've seen...

how about the Adventures of ADVENTURE CAT:

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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 05:24PM
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hal
Tell us what you've seen...

how about the Adventures of ADVENTURE CAT:

[www.youtube.com]
[www.youtube.com]

It would take too long to list. Lol
Just tell me what you guys like and I can skip anything we have seen.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Buck
Date: July 02, 2020 05:24PM
Formula 1
Fastest Car
Longmire
Blacklist
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Robert M
Date: July 02, 2020 05:24PM
rgC,

How do you get HBO? Stream it or via a cable provider? We subscribe via FIOS. Aa result, we now have access to HBO Max free of charge. Just had to plug in our FIOS credentials when signing up for it. And, the new Looney Tunes (as well as all the old ones) are awesome!

Robert



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: CJsNvrUrly
Date: July 02, 2020 05:27PM
You haven't said what you've already seen, so...
The Crown
The Politician
Good Girls
Ozark
Better Call Saul
Barry
Peaky Blinders
Handmaid's Tale
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Kominsky Method
The Walking Dead
His Dark Materials
Game of Thrones




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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: davester
Date: July 02, 2020 05:28PM
Our favorites of the last couple of years (in addition to those listed by CJsnvrurly:

1. Breaking Bad
2. Homeland
3. Happy Valley (British, not sure if you have access).
4. Shetland (British, not sure if you have access).
5. Broadchurch ( (British, not sure if you have access).
6. Offspring (Australian)
7. Outlander
8. Better Call Saul (should be watched after finishing Breaking Bad)
9. Battlestar Galactica (reboot - a few years old but if you haven't seen it it's like a Shakespearean drama in space, not at all what most people expect in a sci fi series).

I can never remember what show is on what network so some of these might require that you go to Britbox, Acorn TV, or rent some items from your cable provider or iTunes or Prime.



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 05:31PM
Excellent so far.
We have a lot of those but not all, by any means.
We stream HBO via our Roku.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Robert M
Date: July 02, 2020 05:46PM
RgC,

How you stream HBO Max isn’t the same thing as how you pay for it. I stream HBO Max on my iPad via the HBO Max app. I don’t pay for it directly in the HBO Max app because I already pay for HBO in my FIOS TV package. HBO Max has more content than plain ol’ HBO or HBO Go/HBO Now.

Robert
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Rick-o
Date: July 02, 2020 05:51PM
I just finished that traveling biker series "Ride with Norman Reedus" that has both seasons available on Prime.

It's pretty good, as they travel to a lot of cool places and do a lot of neat stuff. I didn't think I would care for it at first, but I was drawn in and watched every episode.

It might not be your cup of tea, but then again...



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: STL
Date: July 02, 2020 06:00PM
Monk
Perry Mason
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: N-OS X-tasy!
Date: July 02, 2020 06:13PM
Apparently Disney+ is the bee's knees. At $6/mo, it won't break the bank.



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: July 02, 2020 06:15PM
.....just don't watch.....your weight.....



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: July 02, 2020 06:18PM
books are nice
buy them used
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 06:28PM
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Robert M
RgC,

How you stream HBO Max isn’t the same thing as how you pay for it. I stream HBO Max on my iPad via the HBO Max app. I don’t pay for it directly in the HBO Max app because I already pay for HBO in my FIOS TV package. HBO Max has more content than plain ol’ HBO or HBO Go/HBO Now.

Robert

I pay for HBO directly, so I have access to Max, sort of. The app isn’t available on the Roku yet, but I have it on my iPad.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 06:31PM
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Steve G.
books are nice
buy them used

Hubby and I like to watch stuff together at night. We would both probably fall asleep if we were to sit in a quiet room at night reading. Lol.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: PeterB
Date: July 02, 2020 06:36PM
Lately I've been catching up on my 80s / 90s sci-fi fix:

V (the original miniseries, the Final Battle, skip the TV series)

The Outer Limits (90s series)

Also, some 80s miniseries that I'd not seen in a long time:

North and South (warning, HIGHLY addictive! But just so much fun.)
The Thorn Birds
Shogun
Lace (<-- guilty pleasure)
Marco Polo




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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: July 02, 2020 07:31PM
.....can you 'Rear Window' it [ watch your sexy neighbors ].....????



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 02, 2020 07:53PM
Beforeigners - HBO, extremely out concept. Very good. Subs
Get Shorty - Epix, brilliant. 3 season so far. 10 eps per.
Moone Boy - 2012 Brit series. 3 seasons. 6 eps per. Very funny.
Dix Pour Cent - Fr w/subs. About an actors agency in Paris. Wacky. 3 seasons. 6 eps per.
Secret City - Australian gummint corruption. 2 seasons thus far. 6 eps per.
Mr Inbetween - black comedy about an Aussie hit man. 2 seasons so far.
Spooks - older BBC spies. 8 seasons (?), 6 eps per. Some holes.
The Fall - HBO?. British. Very disturbing at times. 3 seasons
Edge of Darkness - 1985 Brit corruption. Joe Don Bakers best role. 6eps
Johnny Worricker trilogy - old Brit spies. 3 movies ... I think.
State of Play - 2003 Brit espionage. 6 eps
The Wire - if you haven't. I just started.
Bojack Horseman - animated Netflix.
Elevator to the Gallows - Louis Malle 1st film. subs.
Newsroom - Jeff Daniels. Very good 1st 2 seasons.
The Morning Show - Apple. takes 3 eps to hit it's mark.
Margin Call - 2008ish US film.
There Will Be Blood - oil in the wild west in the early 1900s?
A Most Wanted Man - US film. Very Good. I think Philip Seymour Hoffmans last.
Veep - funny and filthy as hell. HBO
Kaminsky Method - brilliant.
My Brilliant Friend - Italian, subs. HBO. 2 seasons. 8 eps.
Just about any 60s Italian film with Sophia and Marcello.
Penny Dreadful 1st season. If only for Eva Green. Supernatural
Halt and Catch Fire - 1st season was good. The nada. PC developers in the 80s.
Facing Ali - doc

Here's a few I'd avoid.
Snow Piercer the film. Stoopit and long.
American Odyssey - giant holes in an otherwise good story.
Dead to Me - dumb
Swiss Army Man
Phantom Thread
Once Upon a Time In Hollywoo
Living with Myself - good idea. terrible execution.



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: RgrF
Date: July 02, 2020 08:08PM
Some of those mentioned are available on PBS:
Shetland
Poldark
Broadchurch
Downton Abbey

If you do go there check out The Durrells in Corfu and World on Fire
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: anonymouse1
Date: July 02, 2020 08:18PM
I'm totally addicted to "The Mentalist"-watching 2-3 episodes a day. Nice balance between plot, thrills, character development, and multi-episode and multi-season character arcs.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: July 02, 2020 08:34PM
.....it doesn't drive you mental......???



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: July 02, 2020 09:29PM
I don't know where you can find it, but if you like Veep, you will adore The Thick of It (it's British prototype by the same guy, Armando Iannucci)

The Thick of It => [en.wikipedia.org]
is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. Hugh Abbot, played by Chris Langham, is a blundering minister heading the department, who is continually trying to do his job under the watchful eye of Malcolm Tucker ( a career-making turn by Peter Capaldi), Number 10's highly aggressive and domineering "enforcer". Prior to rehearsals, the scripts are sent to a "swearing consultant" in Lancaster called Ian Martin, who adds some of the 'more colorful language'. Capaldi's truly foul-mouthed enforcer makes anything on Veep look like kindergarten.

Veep is cute and clever. The Thick of It is fist-in-the-face entwined British humor at its best.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 09:30PM
Thanks so much.
There is a lot of good stuff here.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: davester
Date: July 02, 2020 10:08PM
Another one...Westworld



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: July 02, 2020 10:09PM
I discovered my local library has 6 sets of the complete The Thick of It. They will start doing pick-up and go on July 13. I'm in for it...again.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 02, 2020 10:09PM
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davester
Another one...Westworld

Did that. grinning smiley





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: freeradical
Date: July 02, 2020 11:34PM
I've been hoping that last season of Turn will finally be released on DVD to Netflix.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: GGD
Date: July 02, 2020 11:44PM
My wife and I have been watch Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO starting with the first season from 20 years ago. We're on season 10 now which is from this year and wondering what we'll do when we get to the end.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Filliam H. Muffman
Date: July 03, 2020 12:33AM
Some British shows:
The IT Crowd.
The Office (not everybody likes Ricky Gervais, redone on US TV).
Vera (very dark detective drama, it has been on PBS in some areas).

Warehouse 13
Parks and Recreation
Community
Mr. Robot
The Blacklist
Dexter
Black Mirror
Stranger Things
Vikings
City on a Hill
Fringe
The Expanse
Dark Matter
Blindspot
The Last Ship
Elementary
The 100
Falling Skies (not great but there are 52 episodes)
Continuum
Heroes
The Good Place
Seven Days
Dark Skies
Russian Doll
Santa Clarita Diet
The Umbrella Academy
Gotham
House of Cards
Narcos
True Detective
Fargo
Justified
Boardwalk Empire
Deadwood
Mindhunter
The Punisher
Jessica Jones
Altered Carbon
The Man in the High Castle
The Witcher
Lucifer
Utopia
Humans
Six Feet Under
The Sopranos
Shameless (US and UK versions)
Suits
Wrecked
Luther
The Musketeers
Black Books
Sense8
Taboo
Criminal Minds
Pushing Daisies
Hannibal
Misfits
The Originals

Old shows you might not have seen (not great)
War of the Worlds (1988)
Alien Nation (1989. pilot/movie, 21 episodes plus four more 90 minute movies: 1994 to 1997)



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: AllGold
Date: July 03, 2020 12:58AM
I'm going to the Way Back Machine to a couple Aaron Sorkin shows you have probably already seen, but if not, definitely watch them.

The West Wing
Sports Night

Some shows I always looked forward to and miss not having new episodes...

The Librarians
Grimm

Also shows I miss but from the Way Back Machine...

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: TheCaber
Date: July 03, 2020 05:44AM
Netflix:
Haven
The Umbrella Academy
The Expanse
Person of Interest
Dark
The Repair Shop
Amazing Interiors
Grand Designs
Midnight Diner Tokyo
Blacklist

Amazon Prime:
Eureka
Warehouse 13
Homeland
House of Cards
Designated Survivor



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: DeusxMac
Date: July 03, 2020 10:08AM
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TheCaber
Netflix:
Haven
The Umbrella Academy
The Expanse
Person of Interest
Dark
The Repair Shop
Amazing Interiors
Grand Designs
Midnight Diner Tokyo
Blacklist

Amazon Prime:
Eureka
Warehouse 13
Homeland
House of Cards
Designated Survivor

Just a caution: not everything in this list above is free with their respective subscriptions; example - Homeland is available for rent/purchase on Amazon Prime, but not free.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: RAMd®d
Date: July 03, 2020 11:22AM
I'm a huge fan of The Mentalist, and liked Simon Baker since The Guardian.

It wasn't until the former that I found he was a Brit.

Not that there's anything wrong with that...

Some great TV series, but may be hard to find:

The City & the City, a terrific sci-fi mini series based on the book by China Miéville
Hard Sun, another great police procedural/sci-fi series that was cancelled after only one season
SS-GB, an alternate history where the UK is occupied by Nazi Germany, also very well done
Closes to the Enemy, a UK WWII mini-series starring Jim Sturgess and Freddie Highmore
Condor, based Six Days of the Condor
QI, a quite interesting game show, very clever and funny
Line of Duty, a very intense procedural of cops investigating cops
Hannah, season two is just starting
Bodyguard

Less esoteric fare, but still well done:

Shetland, a great, intelligently written and acted police procedural, sans guns and car chases
Cardinal, another police procedural, in the moody, troubled cop vein, but still a good show
The Rookie, a pretty decent show where Fillion is a little more serious than Castle
Endeavour, though I think you may have seen it, and the last season seamed a little lacking
Mystery Road, a very well done, gritty Aussie cop show
Traces
Trackers

And of course, Monk.




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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: July 03, 2020 11:32AM
.....Simon Baker is not a Brit....he's Australian.....



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: A-Polly
Date: July 03, 2020 01:15PM
If you enjoy Britcoms, such as Moone Boy mentioned above:
  1. The IT Crowd (mid-to late 2000s)
  2. Father Ted (from the 90s)
  3. Black Books (early 2000s)
and really funny British game/panel shows (these are long-running, still going):
  1. QI
  2. Would I Lie To You
  3. Taskmaster
Of course, there are lots of others, but these came to mind as some usually available on YouTube or Amazon. I don't have any of the other pay services, but am considering BritBox.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: kj
Date: July 03, 2020 01:27PM
Two I haven't seen mentioned that I really liked a lot were The Durrells and The Detectorists, I think on Prime. No explosions, slow paced, and not dark like most of what we watch, Bordertown (the Finnish one), etc. We're actually watching the Heist (La Casa de Papel), and it's surprisingly good, although captioned. Sometimes silly, but really good.

Edit: Argh, Roger did mention the Durrells. Two peas in a pod, me and Rog.



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: graylocks
Date: July 03, 2020 02:02PM
If you are a Prime Member:

The Expanse
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 03, 2020 02:15PM
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graylocks
If you are a Prime Member:

The Expanse
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

I loved Mrs Maisel. I am not sure if we watched the Expanse or not. I’ll have to check.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: DeusxMac
Date: July 03, 2020 02:23PM
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rgG
I am not sure if we watched the Expanse or not. I’ll have to check.

If you watch The Expanse, start from the beginning, or it will be too confusing.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: RgrF
Date: July 03, 2020 03:17PM
A lot of PBS series have been mentioned but how we got this far without suggesting WOLF HALL is a mystery. A Golden Globe winner featuring Mark Rylance reputed to be today's greatest living British actor.

If you have even a passing interest in historical fiction, you won't be sorry.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 03, 2020 03:17PM
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DeusxMac
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rgG
I am not sure if we watched the Expanse or not. I’ll have to check.

If you watch The Expanse, start from the beginning, or it will be too confusing.

Will do. The more the better. grinning smiley





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 03, 2020 03:18PM
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RgrF
A lot of PBS series have been mentioned but how we got this far without suggesting WOLF HALL is a mystery. A Golden Globe winner featuring Mark Rylance reputed to be today's greatest living British actor.

If you have even a passing interest in historical fiction, you won't be sorry.

We watched it. Very good.
We have seen most of the PBS stuff.





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: kj
Date: July 03, 2020 03:19PM
The expanse is one of my favorites! Even from the beginning it can get confusing.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Markintosh
Date: July 03, 2020 04:13PM
We just finished 5 seasons of Episodes on Netflix, with Matt LeBlanc. As long as you go into it knowing that Matt LeBlanc is kind of a tool, then you can enjoy it...because he is in this show...most of the time.
The series is about two british sitcom writers that come to america and are forced to work with LeBlanc for their new show. The writing is very smart.



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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: rgG
Date: July 03, 2020 09:56PM
We just finished all 6 seasons of Bosch on Prine last week.
We liked it.
We didn’t watch them all in a week. smiling smiley





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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: RAMd®d
Date: July 04, 2020 09:29AM
The Expanse was incredible.

Bosch goes without saying.

Just saying.

Episodes was a literal laugh-riot.

LaBlanc was terrific, as were Tamsin Greig, Steven Mangan.

As long as you have a sense of humor, you don't need to know anything going in.

Well, language could be a problem for some people, lots of fsck-bombs.

But unlike some shows, they're pretty humorous and effective, which profanity should be or not used at all.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is another winner right out of the gate.

Outside of this forum, I don't know of anybody else who's watched it.

Killing Eve is another great show.

Sandra Oh is pretty good, but the show stealer is Jodie Comer.

No person that young can possibly be that good, but she is.

She steals every scene.

Hell on Wheels and Deadwood are great if you like Westerns, and I sure do.




When a good man is hurt,
all who would be called good
must suffer with him.

You and I have memories longer than the road that stretches out ahead.

There is no safety for honest men except
by believing all possible evil of evil men.

We don’t do focus groups. They just ensure that you don’t offend anyone, and produce bland inoffensive products. —Sir Jonathan Ive

Perfection is the enemy of progress. -Winston Churchill

-An armed society is a polite society.
And hope is a lousy defense.

You make me pull, I'll put you down.

Mister, that's a ten-gallon hat on a twenty-gallon head.

I *love* SIGs. It's Glocks I hate.
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Re: I am running out of stuff to watch, help!
Posted by: Dennis S
Date: July 04, 2020 11:54PM
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Arrested Development
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