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The ROTJ thing was a joke. I saw it in the theater in 1983...when I was 5.
Yes I am glad I stayed with it so thank youTotally worth watching right?! I'm still blown away with the insanity.
I watched Pale Horse. Very well made. The Poirot one with John Malkovich is good as well.Finsihed Tiger King and what a crazy-ass story that was
catching up on Good Girls on the NBC app - past seasons are on Netflix - it's actually a good show, considering it's network television
Also started The Pale Horse on Amazon - it requires concentration so it will take me awhile
We started this last night finally.... man what a shitshow. I mean like all around. The "what?!" moments in that show are just so crazy.Yes I am glad I stayed with it so thank you
It's amazing people like this exist
but in Tiger King's defense - he is insane and should be in a mental facility and not prison imho - his manic behavior was just wow
I dont watch a lot of shows normally. My normal viewing consists of sports for the most part. In fact, I have Youtube TV and its almost useless to me without the sports. I could get by on Amazon Prime, Pluto TV which is free, and an antenna for local stuff/networks.
I never watched it when it was on TV. I never watched The Office while it was on either.New to the show or did you watch it first run as well?
Chase does great work given the character (in spite of the character) he has.I never watched it when it was on TV. I never watched The Office while it was on either.
I went home for lunch and watched 2 more episodes. I think Pierce is one of my favorite characters, although I always read that Chevy Chase was a total nightmare to work with on that show.
How have you missed Sherlock?!?! It's awesome!My son got me watching BBC's Sherlock - it's good
Then I will see the new season of Money Heist that just dropped on Netlfix - great show and worth reading the subtitles - so much there
We liked Death in Paradise too. Boy, I tell you British tv shows aren't afraid to replace main characters at all, are they?
I never watched Westworld after season 1. When I saw that I new season had started a couple weeks ago, I decided to start up season 2 to try and catch up. I'm about 75% through season 2 and am really enjoying it.Westworld. Been watching an episode a day. Watching S02E04, and then it's off to work from home.
Yep.Would you all watch a show that was generally regarded as being excellent if you knew in advance that the ending was awful and leaving viewers frustrated and disappointed? You know kinda like if DaVinci painted the Mona Lisa and said "ta daaa" then promptly threw a tomato at the canvas.
I watched the first two seasons of Bosch then it got a little stale for me. To me there was not enough about the cases and too many personal storylines.Working through Money Heist - they recently dropped season 4 so I'm all in - then likely will watch the new season of Bosch that's coming out
Season 3 is very different so far...with 3 episodes remaining in the season. While I'm still enjoying the show, it's definitely not as thought provoking or intriguing this season.I finished Season 2 of WestWorld last night. The high spots of the season were great but the rest of it was soooo damn slow and convoluted. Nearly every episode seemed about 15 or 20 minutes too long, save for the finale which was about 40 minutes too long. I think the show would have benefited by shortening up every episode a bit (and cleaning up the timelines) and making the season 12 or 15 episodes long instead of 10 episodes.
All that said, I still really enjoyed the season and the overall concept and I'm going to give season 3 a try.