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 Posted: Wed Apr 22nd, 2020 12:29 pm
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Anyone here watch Money Heist on Netflix? I always hear about it but haven't pulled the trigger on watching it yet



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One thing I miss about the 80s and 90s shows is that it wasn't one big story and you could just enjoy one episode for what it was.
This. It seems like if you miss a week of something now you miss something significant.
I think they assume everyone can find an on demand for anything they miss quickly so in theory nobody misses and season long stories can be run.


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So I’ve added “Cobra Kai” to my rotation. The first 2 seasons are on YouTube for free now. Very fun show, much better than it has any right to be. It doesn’t take itself too seriously and in addition to the usual tropes it’s almost a time machine of a guy trapped in the ‘80s who has to deal with millennials.

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khawk wrote: Kriss wrote
One thing I miss about the 80s and 90s shows is that it wasn't one big story and you could just enjoy one episode for what it was.
This. It seems like if you miss a week of something now you miss something significant.
I think they assume everyone can find an on demand for anything they miss quickly so in theory nobody misses and season long stories can be run.



For me, it's more about going back and dipping in. I can't just watch one episode of The Wire or Ozark or whatever. None of the individual episodes are at all memorable, but I know which Star Trek or X-Files episodes to watch for whatever mood I'm in.



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Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Kriss wrote
One thing I miss about the 80s and 90s shows is that it wasn't one big story and you could just enjoy one episode for what it was.
This. It seems like if you miss a week of something now you miss something significant.
I think they assume everyone can find an on demand for anything they miss quickly so in theory nobody misses and season long stories can be run.



For me, it's more about going back and dipping in. I can't just watch one episode of The Wire or Ozark or whatever. None of the individual episodes are at all memorable, but I know which Star Trek or X-Files episodes to watch for whatever mood I'm in.
I can get behind that totally.

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I am through season 3 of Game of Thrones and it is just terrific, but BRUTAL! I am taking no characters for granted and am really getting behind my gal Dany and her dragons. I wish I was watching when the show was airing so I could comment further- and I don't dare go to any spoiler sites. Season 4 is coming up!!

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Bit the bullet and subscribed to Netflix. Binged watched all 10 episodes of Warrior Nun. First 3 episodes were super slow due to setting up the story. All the action started with episode 4. The action is fantastic with the Warrior Nuns fighting demons and with themselves. (If you seen Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron that is how the fighting was in the show)They really need to concentrate more on the combat than the story. Just when the show started getting really good the season ends.



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I just binged the whole run of Justified, which was awesome!!1!!


Now I'm watching Boston Legal which every good. James Spader is awesome and very close to Red Reddington from the Blacklist.



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Justified!! Loved me some Boyd Crowder and then Maggs in the later seasons.



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gwlee7 wrote: Justified!! Loved me some Boyd Crowder and then Maggs in the later seasons.
Dewey Crowe was a special kind of dumb.  "These are rock hard times for Dewey Crowe."

Do you remember when he was in the back of a police car about to be taken away by a random cop.  Raylan told him to quit talking about himself in third person, and Dewey pointed at the cop and said, "This guy?"



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Entourage - not many likable characters, but if you like nudity (especially Sasha Grey), give it a shot. Ari Gold was priceless. 
Watched Dexter for the 4th time. The show was great for 4 seasons, then,  Dexter Morgan spun out of control. They never should have killed off Rita. She was a saint.Wish I could find someone like Rita Bennett.

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lobo316 wrote: Watched Dexter for the 4th time. The show was great for 4 seasons, then,  Dexter Morgan spun out of control. They never should have killed off Rita. She was a saint.Wish I could find someone like Rita Bennett.

Played by Julie Benz, who was also on Buffy/Angel back in the day. Super hot and super cute at the same time. Definitely sucked when they killed her off. John Lithgow was absolutely amazing the one season he was on, playing a completely different character than anything he’s ever done before. 



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The Ultimate Sin wrote: gwlee7 wrote: Justified!! Loved me some Boyd Crowder and then Maggs in the later seasons.
Dewey Crowe was a special kind of dumb.  "These are rock hard times for Dewey Crowe."

Do you remember when he was in the back of a police car about to be taken away by a random cop.  Raylan told him to quit talking about himself in third person, and Dewey pointed at the cop and said, "This guy?"

So many great characters



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Miami Vice seasons 1,2,3


Airwolf seasons 1,2


Forensic files complete series


Unsolved mysteries half way thru the first season

Notre Dame football from the 80’s and 90’s; I’m not a fan in the least bit but Notre dame or someone affiliated have uploaded tons of games to YouTube in complete form minus commercials. I’ve actually watched so many I’m totally burned out on football. 

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Franchise wrote: Miami Vice seasons 1,2,3


Airwolf seasons 1,2


Forensic files complete series


Unsolved mysteries half way thru the first season

Notre Dame football from the 80’s and 90’s; I’m not a fan in the least bit but Notre dame or someone affiliated have uploaded tons of games to YouTube in complete form minus commercials. I’ve actually watched so many I’m totally burned out on football. 


Unsolved Mysteries? The original with Robert Stack? I've been watching a bunch.  I have a nasty habit of starting to watch or rewatch on a whim so I have a ton of shows that i am at various stages with. Loved Unsolved Mysteries.

Airwolf was ok until JMV was written out but I find it way harder to watch now than when it first aired.

Finished the run of the original Fugitive

Now I'm into season 3 of All In The Family and season 2 of Married With Children.
Also watching Land Of The Giants and The Champions.
As well as the various wrestling videos I've been digging into.



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