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Discussion in 'The Barber Shop' started by Esox, Dec 3, 2018.
Robb Stark from GoT
Yep. It took me a few episodes to make the connection. Good show though.
Just watched the first two episodes of Killing Eve Season 2 and was not disappointed. Just started back here in Australia and I am glad that it did finally start back. LOTH enjoyed it as well.
Original Twilight Zone
Iron Chef (original Japanese)
The Fix on ABC Monday nights is a hoot. Show produced (and sometimes written) by Marcia Clark. Yes, that Marcia Clark. She is relitigating the OJ trial, which is just plain weird. Tortured relationships abound. Bliss.
This was really good. 16 1/2 hours long and filled with actual field footage.
The Vietnam War (TV Mini-Series 2017) - IMDb
Big Bang Theory series finale.
Spoiler: I totally called it weeks ago...
... that the elevator would be fixed.
New favourite is What We Do In The Shadows, currently up to episode 2 on BBC iPlayer. It's based on, and some episodes have been written by the same writers, the film of the same name. If you haven't seen either, and have a darkish sense of humour, I think it's hugely funny, a mockumentary following a group of vampires in their daily (nightly?) lives.
Seems there are more commercials than shows, hard to sit through all of them. Then the writing and acting are subpar on most shows I've tried watching. I spend more time watching YouTube, Great Courses, and some Netflix, mostly how-to or semi-educational stuff.
Here we go, in no particular order:
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Game of Thrones
The Knick (best medical-themed drama of all time)
Black Mirror and Westworld
Reruns of The Invaders from the 1960s. Better than the shows on today.
This is pretty good...
Chernobyl (TV Mini-Series 2019) - IMDb