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    Quote Originally posted by Whose Yur Planner View post
    I just started season 3. Definitely TVMA at times.
    Haha yes especially when Helena gets involved... "I got refund."

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    Just finished watching Better Call Saul. I bought 'em all on my Amazon account and watched them in two days. I'm a bad bad person. Loved it all.

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    Quote Originally posted by terraplnr View post
    Haha yes especially when Helena gets involved... "I got refund."
    Her bar fight in Season 2 was pretty good... "Those guys you beat up aren't going to press charges."
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    Quote Originally posted by Bubba View post
    Her bar fight in Season 2 was pretty good... "Those guys you beat up aren't going to press charges."
    I like the fact that she's become more than am one note, agent of chaos and destruction character. How do y'all like the suburban, yuppie couple?
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    I just finished rewatching "The Leftovers." If you are looking for a show to Binge watch and its available on demand through your cable provider I recommend "Mr. Robot." It is one of the best shows I have seen on cable that has not been on premium channel. Its what "V for Vengeance" should have been if it was crossed with Fight Club, Pump up the Volume and a little bit of the Matrix sprinkled on top.
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    Quote Originally posted by Whose Yur Planner View post
    I like the fact that she's become more than am one note, agent of chaos and destruction character. How do y'all like the suburban, yuppie couple?
    Taking over as a drug dealer because, ultimately, it's in the best interest of the kids and their school? Why the heck not!

    The urban vs. suburban interplay is freaking hilarious...
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    Not binge watching, but I have been watching Alone on History Channel (Free on Apple TV). It is survior without the script, the stupid challenges, drama, or other people voting you off the island. You get dropped off in a rural along the Canadian Pacific, closest competitor is several miles away, and you try to see how long you can survive in the wild. When your done, you call for a rescue on a Sat phone. Most were gone in a week. Last 2 have been there for a month and half.

    Oh, and the contestant is their own camera man too.
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    Kicking it back to my childhood. When I was a youngster, "The Wild, Wild West" was my favorite TV show. I found a DVD set of all four seasons. Fun stuff- so cheesy now but when I was a kid, it was the best. Loved Dr. Miguelito Loveless as their sometimes nemesis. Michael Dunn was a fine actor and brought much to the role.
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    My kids have discovered binge watching. They like to sit and watch Good Luck Charlie and other Disney shows that no longer air. Granted they can only binge for about an hour before they get bored and go do something else.
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    I started watching Peaky Blinders on Netflix last night at the recommendation of a friend, and I am pretty interested thus far. Here's to hoping that it can keep up momentum.

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    on season 8 of Murdoch Mysteries
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    BoJack Horseman anybody?

    I cannot get the closing credits theme song out of my head.

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    currently working on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee - it's great stuff

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    Quote Originally posted by WSU MUP Student View post
    BoJack Horseman anybody?

    I cannot get the closing credits theme song out of my head.
    I've only seen a handful of episodes in the first season and was so-so on it, but I've heard great things about season 2 and am thinking of giving it another go.

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    Wayward Pines

    Wayward Pines is a show I discovered because my daughter was watching it. It is based off of a book.... apparently it is only one season. You MUST watch from the beginning, the stoy line is very important. Its kinda of a sci-fy type of show. I really enjoy watching this show!

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    Quote Originally posted by Nero View post
    Wayward Pines is a show I discovered because my daughter was watching it. It is based off of a book.... apparently it is only one season. You MUST watch from the beginning, the stoy line is very important. Its kinda of a sci-fy type of show. I really enjoy watching this show!
    I'm liking this on Hulu right now myself. I'm only two episodes in but really liked them both.
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    We really liked Wayward Pines as well. I've read that Fox is considering a second season but I hope they don't. I hate when they take a series that was originally supposed to be just one season and then decide to renew it and drag it out for a slow death (I'm looking at you Under the Dome!).
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    Netflix....

    The Honourable Woman miniseries featuring Maggie Gyllenhall. Incredibly well done.

    Narcos, which chronicles the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, king of the Colombian cocaine cartels.
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    Quote Originally posted by luckless pedestrian View post
    currently working on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee - it's great stuff
    I watch this on a more hit-or-miss basis. Loved most of what I've seen, but don't feel bad about missing others.
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    Quote Originally posted by WSU MUP Student View post
    We really liked Wayward Pines as well. I've read that Fox is considering a second season but I hope they don't. I hate when they take a series that was originally supposed to be just one season and then decide to renew it and drag it out for a slow death (I'm looking at you Under the Dome!).
    Under the Dome sucks....Didn't watch this last bit......lame. Stupid business plan and obvious attempt to suck the life....ah....money out of us.

    Watch The Brink on HBO......awesome!
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    Well you guys peaked my curiosity and I watched Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Pretty good stuff.

    Well now I started down the Netflix hole and found "Doc Martin" and "Death In Paradise" - great British comedy
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post

    Well now I started down the Netflix hole and found "Doc Martin" and "Death In Paradise" - great British comedy
    I'm waiting for Season 4 of Death in Paradise - I love that show!

    I started How I Met your Mother before the holiday and am halfway through season 1. I like it a lot - several LOLs - but don't know how they sustain it for 7 or 8 seasons.
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    Taking over as a drug dealer because, ultimately, it's in the best interest of the kids and their school? Why the heck not!

    The urban vs. suburban interplay is freaking hilarious...
    The easter eggs they keep dropping are great as well. Did you catch the "Don't Panic" coffee mug Alison had? That was a nice call out to Hitchhikers's Guide to the Galaxy.
    When did I go from Luke Skywalker to Obi-Wan Kenobi?

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    Just finished "Call the Midwife" or at least the seasons that are available through streaming.

    Forgot to mention "Transparent". Hubby and I watched that this past winter? and enjoyed it. Really makes you think about family roles and related family baggage.

    Started "Person of Interest" last night.


    With work, home, school, and play our binge-ing amounts to 1 episode a night and maybe 2 on a weekend night.
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    Just started "Sherlock" starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Holmes & Watson. I had heard this BBC produced show got all kinds of awards, and now I see why! After watching just the first episode I'm already an addict.
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