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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    The Veep finale was good...not great...but very fitting.
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    I watched the new Netflix series Dead to Me. Easy- 8 half hour episodes. Christina Applegate and James Marsden and the other female lead were all good. Solid show.

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    I watched the new Netflix series Dead to Me. Easy- 8 half hour episodes. Christina Applegate and James Marsden and the other female lead were all good. Solid show.
    I've been looking at that one. I may have to check it out. I'm about to have a lot of time on my hands.

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    Still Laugh In. Netflix celebration of the old show Laugh In. It was SNL before SNL existed. Loved that show (saw it on reruns). This melds clips from the old show with new stuff, keeping the same sort of style, along with a general tribute style. I really liked it. Some misses on jokes, sure, they were too obvious, but for the most part, I'd say it was a success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Still Laugh In. Netflix celebration of the old show Laugh In. It was SNL before SNL existed. Loved that show (saw it on reruns). This melds clips from the old show with new stuff, keeping the same sort of style, along with a general tribute style. I really liked it. Some misses on jokes, sure, they were too obvious, but for the most part, I'd say it was a success.
    Classic show.
    The Knock Knock Wall
    Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award
    Arte Johnson & Ruth Buzzi
    Goldie Hawn & Judy Carne in bikinis
    Laugh In Looks at the News

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    Classic show.
    The Knock Knock Wall
    Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award
    Arte Johnson & Ruth Buzzi
    Goldie Hawn & Judy Carne in bikinis
    Laugh In Looks at the News
    Sock it to me!
    You bet your bippy!

    So corny, yet razor-like at times, and just classic corn at others.
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    The Hot Zone. Based on a true story; worth a look see. Always liked Julianna Margulies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    The Veep finale was good...not great...but very fitting.
    I'll go along with that. Her Final Betrayal as her last signature move was outstanding and brave of the show to do. That was the thing about her. She was always the distillation of sh-t, right from the start. A mediocre, rich, sheltered, narcissistic monster driven by her entitlement to be President. That was all she ever was.

    I also love that Dan, the only person who is actually happy, is the one who got free of politics. That was great.

    The writers should be proud of their work. It was one of the most true shows ever, and certainly the most true about Members, staffers, and especially voters ("Kill her!" "Yeah!").
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I'll go along with that. Her Final Betrayal as her last signature move was outstanding and brave of the show to do. That was the thing about her. She was always the distillation of sh-t, right from the start. A mediocre, rich, sheltered, narcissistic monster driven by her entitlement to be President. That was all she ever was.

    I also love that Dan, the only person who is actually happy, is the one who got free of politics. That was great.

    The writers should be proud of their work. It was one of the most true shows ever, and certainly the most true about Members, staffers, and especially voters ("Kill her!" "Yeah!").
    I’ve always thought it was interesting they never say what party, but I think we are supposed to infer based on the stance she had for same sex marriage and abortion.

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    I didn't watch most episodes the past few seasons but I thought Big Bang Theory had a wonderful last 2-episodes.

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    I didn't watch most episodes the past few seasons but I thought Big Bang Theory had a wonderful last 2-episodes.
    Agreed. The show went on too long but the ending was quite good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Agreed. The show went on too long but the ending was quite good.

    And yes snobs...we get it you all are too good to watch network TV.
    Big Bang I heard was good, but if I want that, I'll just talk to my Mich Tech friends.
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    Chernobyl is good.

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    Chernobyl is good.
    Don't tell me how it ends.

    But seriously, I was wondering if they would do a good job with that series.
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    Finally got around to finishing Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix. The finale was good, but man, talk about a show where they just ran out of stuff to write in the final season. There were like four episodes that had zero reason to exist outside of “crap, we signed on for another season and have to fill up 13 episodes.”

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    I wanted to get into that show but I think I quit halfway through season 1. It just got tedious to watch and honestly the characters just annoyed me. The whole conceit of the show seemed played out by episode 6. Maybe I will give it another shot one of these days.
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    So Aaron Paul is starting in season 3 of west world? Weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    So Aaron Paul is starting in season 3 of west world? Weird.
    He was always fascinated with science...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaNorthStar View Post
    He was always fascinated with science...bitch.
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